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Model Ship - Queen Mary by Old Modern Handicrafts
Model Ship - Queen Mary by Old Modern Handicrafts
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Item #: C005
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Product Overview


  • Model Queen Mary Ship by Old Modern Handicrafts
  • All doors and stairs are made of brass
  • Ship is 100-percent hand built using Plank on Frame construction
  • Each model requires hundreds of hours from start to finish
  • The finished product is created with thousands of details by skillful master craftsmen
  • Model captures almost all of the details of the original ship
  • Research for the creation of each model is done through original plans and pictures to make each piece authentic
  • Great gift idea for the boat enthusiast or collector
  • Model is fully assembled and includes a wooden stand with metal name plate
  • Free Shipping on orders over $50 within the 48 contiguous United States. Free Shipping on orders over $50 to most major Canadian cities. Exclusions apply.
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  • Overall Dimensions: 40" L x 5" W x 12" H
  • Important: Item must be inspected within 48 hours of receipt.
  • History

    The British shipping industry had always been part of the absolute top in the world. Ever since the dawn of modern time had the British merchant ships - and the warships - been a pattern for the rest of the world to follow. With the revolutionary 19,000-tonner Great Eastern, the British engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel had set the pattern for the future ocean liner in 1860. Not only in size, but also in speed was the British an ever-returning factor on the Atlantic. The White Star Line?s Teutonic and Majestic held the famous Blue Riband in the early 1890s and the Cunard.

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