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Lot of 6 Unbuilt Wooden Model Ships Hobby, Billing Boats, Mamoli, Mantua Sergal

Thank You For Viewing This Sale – Please Read All Below and Review Photos. Below is the complete list of models and that are included along with the description of the items for sale. All sales are final for this listing. S Swift Brigantino Inglese del 1778 C. Mamoli La favolosa goletta America C. Mamoli […]

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Brand new, exquisitely detailed Mantua Sergal wooden ship kit the Mercator

The barque Mercator lies at anchor in Ostend, Belgium. She was built in Scotland and launched in 1932. She participated in several races, winning the Oslo-Ostend race. She brought back two Moai (giant statues) from Easter Island. Her last trip was to Lisbon for the commemoration of the quincentenary of the death of infant Henry […]

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Elegant, brand new wooden model ship kit by Mantua Sergal the HMS Peregrine

This kit is a double plank on frame hull construction, sporting lost-wax brass castings, walnut/lime planking, wooden masts and spars, brass and walnut fittings, laser engraved details, rigging cord, sailcloth and a silk flag. At Ages of Sail, all our kits and parts are precision cut and of the highest quality materials. Included in every […]

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Beautiful, brand new wooden model ship kit by Sergal the Sciabecco Francese

This kit is a single plank on frame construction. Contained within are lost wax brass castings, walnut/lime planking, wooden masts/spars, brass/walnut fittings, and genuine rigging cord for a museum quality finish. This brand new kit comes with detailed English instructions, though the “Sciabecco Francese” is best for intermediate to advanced builders! Length: 20.4 inches. Our […]

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Elegant, new Mantua Sergal wooden model ship kit the Dutch Whaler

This is a double plank-on-bulkhead kit, with all parts cut for an accurate fit and ease of assembly. This kit boasts lost wax brass castings, walnut/lime planking, wooden masts and spars, brass and walnut fittings, etched brass details, rigging cord, and a silk flag! This brand new kit comes with detailed English instructions, though “Dutch […]

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Sergal 178 Cutty Sark Wooden Model Ship Kit #789

Model looks to be complete but i have no way of knowing. There is a cut in the box. One corner of box has water damage. 10 sheets of directions. 8 sheets of wood. Sever round and flat pieces of wood. At one time there were red and green rubber bands holding the wood together. […]

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Elegant, finely detailed wooden ship kit by Mantua Sergal Le Soleil Royal

She was built in Brest between 1668 and 1670 by engineer Laurent Hubac, was launched in 1669, and stayed unused in Brest harbour for years. She was recommissioned with 112 guns and 1200 men when the Nine Years’ War broke out in 1688 as the flagship of the escadre du Ponant (squadron of the Ponant). […]

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Sergal Mantua Sovereign Of The Seas Model Ship Art 787 178 Mint

NOTE: This is not a relist, I had a pair of these models. Hello and thank you for looking. For your consideration is a gorgeous example of the Sergal Sovereign of the Seas #787 1/78 scale. It measures 1100mm and comes complete with the casting set. I recently acquired approximately 10 high end model ships […]

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Sergal H. M. S. Bounty 160 Scale Wood Ship Kit

When she sailed out of Bristol in the winter of 1787, her commander William Bligh was 33 years old and together with Fletcher Christian was destined to become the two main characters in the famous mutiny on 28th. On the return voyage, owing to the strict discipline imposed by the captain, which clashed with the […]

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Sergal Wooden Ship Model Sovereign Of The Seas 1/78 1100mm NEW OLD STOCK MINT

Hello and thank you for looking. It is the 1:78 scale 1100mm model. As you can see the box is absolutely flawless. I removed the top of the box only once in order to document that all components are present, intact and unopened. For collectors it truly does not get better than this. Than you […]

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