Category: Models/Model Making


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The Ships of Christopher Columbus, Santa Maria, Nina, Pinta.

By: Pastor (X.)

Price: £25.00

Publisher: 1992 rp 2005,

Seller ID: 9370

118pp, frontis, 3 charts, 34 illus, 200 line illus (many multi-view), planûon reverse of dw. View more info

Ship Benj. F. Packard.

By: Quincy (W.S.)

Price: £35.00

Publisher: 1977, Mystic,

Seller ID: 8819

text and plans in printed envelope.ûText: 24pp, title illus, 2 illus, 19 text figs, large format (28cm xû21.5cm), pictorial stiff paper wrappers.ûPlans: 3 large folding plans (1) Lines and Deck Plan. (2) Rigging. (3)ûBelaying Plan and Miscellaneous Details. Plans unfold to 69cm x 109cm. AJS: A brief history of this famous down-easter accompanied by historicûphotographs of the ship to assist model builders. View more info

The 32-gun Frigate Essex 1799.

By: Takakjian (P.)

Price: £30.00

Publisher: 1990 rp 2005,

Seller ID: 6038

127pp, 16 illus, 300 line illus (many multi-view), plan on reverse of dw. AJS: Typical medium frigate of the period, captained by Bainbridge andûPreble. View more info

National Maritime Museum. Catalogue of Ship Models to 1815. Ships of the Western Tradition.

By: Waite (A.H.) Compiler.

Price: £45.00

Publisher: ND, 1980,

Seller ID: 64

xiii + 418pp, 208 photographs, large format (26cm x 32cm), binder styleûhardback so that pages can be removed or added, in black cloth with titleûembossed on front board [large heavy item]. AJS: Each entry gives information about the ship models in the collectionûof the NMM under the headings: Name and date; tonnage; armament,ûhistorical note; notes on model; scale and negative number of photographûaccompanying each entry. The author was Deputy Head of the Department ofûShips at the National Maritime Museum. View more info

A Talk on Ship Models.

By: Walker (D.M.)

Price: £10.00

Publisher: 1946, Whitby,

Seller ID: 9577

8pp, 5 illus, original printed green paper covers. SBS: Transcript of a lecture given by Miss Walker, who became theûCurator of Shipping Records and Models, and later Curatorûof Shipping in the Whitby Museum. View more info