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Amati Viking Drakkar 17 Ship Model Kit Historic Series King Olaf Ormen Lange

The kit includes plank on bulkhead construction, laser cut keel, frames and deck, wooden mast and yard, sailcloth, rigging, resin and hardwood fittings, construction plans and instructions. Some prior experience using hand tools recommended. Length 17.3″, Height 10″ Scale 1:50. Gold gleamed on bows and silver glittered on each vessel. The fleet was magnificent and […]

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Amati HMS Fly 32 Wooden Tall Ship Model Kit Victory Series Swan Class 1776

The HMS Fly is part of Amati’s Victory. This kit is intended for the seasoned modeller. Victory Model kits feature laser-cut parts, high quality scale fittings, photo-etched brass parts for fine scale detail, high quality woods, detailed plans, and instructions in English. The wooden pedestal and brass columns are not included with the kit. Length […]

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AMATI Greek Bireme ship wood model KIT Rare

Greek Bireme, 480 B. Museum quality wooden planked model kit. Escape to the far-way places of your imagination with Amati’s models! A fast and fearsome battleship, the Bireme was manned by 44 oarsmen working two banks of oars. The protruding bow was a useful tool for ramming enemy ships during close range fightings. Boating and […]

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Amati Hunter Q Ship 1/60th Scale Wooden Model Ship Kit HPS/1450

Yet another fantastic kit from Amati with loads of detail, this will keep any modeller busy for hours on end. He Hunter was firstly owned by the British Merchant Navy. It was equipped with false structures that concealed its deck weaponry. This structure could be easily removed and the hidden deck guns could be used […]

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Amati, Viking Wood Model Ship Kit # AM 1406/01

Plank-on-bulkhead construction features laser cut wood keel, frames and deck. Individual wood strips are provided for hull and deck planking. Wooden mast and yard, sailcloth, cotton rigging line, resin and hardwood fittings, plus authentic dragon figurehead allow you to outfit your model just like the original vessel. Display base and pedestals not included. Intermediate Skill […]

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Amati Chinese Pirate Junk Wooden Period Ship Kit (HPS/1421)

Amati Chinese Pirate Junk HPS/1421. A typical Chinese boat from Amati these are still built and used today for pleasure. Amati’s kit has bamboo yards, a thatched bamboo roof and the characteristically large rudder. The bow, stern and cabins are decorated with brightly colored silk screened images of majestic birds and fanged demon gods. Plank-on […]

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Amati Pinta Caravel Of Columbus 165 Scale Model Wooden Ship Kit 1410

On August 3, 1492, Christopher Columbus set sail with three small Spanish sailing ships, The Pinta, The Nina and The Santa Maria, on a voyage that eventually led him to America. The Pinta was the fastest of the three ships. The Pinta includes all wooden and metal accessories; laser cut wooden keel, frames and decks; […]

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Amati Oseberg Viking Ship 150 (1406/01) Model Boat Kit

Gold gleamed on bows and silver glittered on each vessels. The fleet was magnificent and its captain could conquer entire worlds just showing it off. The sight of the fleet itself could terrorize the enemy. King Olaf Tryggvesson called his drakkar “Ormen Lange”, the Long Snake, and it. Become a legend of the North Sea. […]

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Amati Greek Bireme 480BC Wooden Model Ship Kit 1404

The Greek Bireme kit includes pre-cut keel and frames, wood and metal fittings, a cloth square sail and very clear plans and instructions. Based on a sculpture in the Louvre in Paris, Amatis model is a superbly detailed & faithful reproduction of a typical Greek Bireme. A fast and fearsome battleship, the Bireme was manned […]

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Amati Santa Maria Period Wooden Model Ship Kit 165 Scale 1409

On October 12th 1492 Christopher Columbus, in the service of Spain, set the Spanish flag on an island of an unknown world to Europe. This extraordinary adventure was due to the strong perseverance of a foreign man haunted by the conviction that the Atlantic Ocean was but a sea, narrow enough to be sailed in […]

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