Posts filed under surveillance

Museum Quality Model of the La Nivose French Surveillance Frigate

Museum-Quality-Model-of-the-La-Nivose-French-Surveillance-Frigate-01-kj

Hand built museum quality model of La Nivose a French patrol frigate currently still in use by the French Navy surveying Africa. This model is mint & complete with its hanbuilt Lucite display base and a clear dust cover. In the case it. Measures 14″ long by 6″ high by 6.5 wide. The model of… (read more)

8 1/2ft French Warship Model Aldebaran, Hand-Built & Customized

8 1/2ft French Warship Model Aldebaran, Hand-Built & Customized

This intriguing piece was designed and custom built. The name “Aldebaran” is fairly common, with there being French, English, American, and Danish ships from multiple eras bearing that name. Aldebaran is the name of a star, the giant orange star that is also called Alpha Tauri. Colloquially (and historically) it is the Bull’s Eye –… (read more)

1/400 French Carrier Group-Includes-Charles De Gaulle-De Grasse-Forbin-Guepratte

1/400 French Carrier Group-Includes-Charles De Gaulle-De Grasse-Forbin-Guepratte

All models are by Heller and include. #81072 R-91 Charles De Gaulle Aircraft Carrier. 81032 D612 De Grasse Guided Missile Destroyer. 81035 F713 La Fayette Class Guided Missile Frigate Aconit. La Fayette Class Guided Missile Frigate Guepratte. See the pictures for the models displayed, each with its stand and name. Each kit has had the… (read more)

Saint Esprit French Wooden Model 33 Tall Ship Sailboat Fully Built Boat New

Saint Esprit French Wooden Model 33 Tall Ship Sailboat Fully Built Boat New

The task required skillful craftsmen hundreds of hours to accomplish. The model measures 33 long from bow to stern. Size: 33″ overall length x 32″ height x 9 width, Includes a solid wood base with a brass name plate, Built from scratch using plank on bulkhead construction. The Saint Esprit (“Holy Ghost”) was built in… (read more)

French Pacific Navy Catinat Protected Cruiser Framed Photo Ship 1900

French Pacific Navy Catinat Protected Cruiser Framed Photo Ship 1900

On the back handwritten inscription Stephane Joachim Catinat. Size: for the frame 17 3/8″ by 13 3/8″ and for the photo 8 3/4″ by 6 1/2″. Good condition as presented on the following pictures. For our French-speaking friends: Catinat croiseur protégé, mise en service janvier 1898, rayé en janvier 1910. Affecté en 1900 à la… (read more)

1936/1937 U. S. S. RALEIGH (CL-7), French Riviera, Original 17.5 X 6.5 Photograph

1936/1937 U. S. S. RALEIGH (CL-7), French Riviera, Original 17.5 X 6.5 Photograph

USS Raleigh—Photograph, circa 1936/1937—Villefranche-sur-Mer. Frame: Appx 21.5″ X 10.5″. Photograph: Appx 17.5″ X 6.5″. Soon after being assigned to Cruiser Division 8 (CruDiv8), Atlantic Fleet, Quincy was ordered to Mediterranean waters on 20 July 1936, to protect American interests in Spain during the height of the Spanish Civil War. While in Spanish waters, she operated… (read more)

1936/1937 U. S. S. RALEIGH (CL-7), French Riviera, Original 17.5 X 6.5 Photograph

1936/1937 U. S. S. RALEIGH (CL-7), French Riviera, Original 17.5 X 6.5 Photograph

USS Raleigh—Photograph, circa 1936/1937—Villefranche-sur-Mer. Frame: Appx 21.5″ X 10.5″. Photograph: Appx 17.5″ X 6.5″. Soon after being assigned to Cruiser Division 8 (CruDiv8), Atlantic Fleet, Quincy was ordered to Mediterranean waters on 20 July 1936, to protect American interests in Spain during the height of the Spanish Civil War. While in Spanish waters, she operated… (read more)

1936/1937 U. S. S. RALEIGH (CL-7), French Riviera, Original 17.5 X 6.5 Photograph

1936/1937 U. S. S. RALEIGH (CL-7), French Riviera, Original 17.5 X 6.5 Photograph

USS Raleigh—Photograph, circa 1936/1937—Villefranche-sur-Mer. Frame: Appx 21.5″ X 10.5″. Photograph: Appx 17.5″ X 6.5″. Soon after being assigned to Cruiser Division 8 (CruDiv8), Atlantic Fleet, Quincy was ordered to Mediterranean waters on 20 July 1936, to protect American interests in Spain during the height of the Spanish Civil War. While in Spanish waters, she operated… (read more)