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1/12 David Bushnell's Turtle Submarine Paper Model

1/12 David Bushnell's Turtle Submarine Paper Model


Build a paper model of David Bushnell's Turtle, the world's first combat submersible! During the American Revolution in 1775, David Bushell, while studying at Yale University in Connecticut, devised a means for exploding a gunpowder charge via a clockwork mechanism in a waterproof container. He combined several other innovative ideas into a small, self-propelled underwater vessel which could...   [click here for more]
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1/16 CSS Pioneer Submarine

1/16 CSS Pioneer Submarine


designer, J.R. McClintock, in the embattled Southern city of New Orleans during the American Civil War. Intended to carry a crew of two, the Pioneer was man-powered, with one of the crew providing motive force by hand-cranking the screw propellor, while the other steered. Pioneer would attack by fastening its square "torpedo" (in modern terms, more of a limpet mine), carried atop the hull,...   [click here for more]
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1/200 CSS Arkansas Paper Model

1/200 CSS Arkansas Paper Model


The CSS Arkansas served as a Confederate Ironclad during the American Civil War. Prematurely launched in April 1862 to prevent capture when Memphis fell to the Union Navy, the Arkansas Arrived to Greenwood, Mississippi to complete and equip the Ironclad. Once completed in July of 1862, the CSS Arkansas was called into action to Vicksburg and encountered three Union ships enroute. After exchanging...   [click here for more]
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1/200 CSS Atlanta Paper Model

1/200 CSS Atlanta Paper Model


The Atlanta was a casemate ironclad that served in the Confederate and Union navies during the American Civil War. She was converted from a Scottish-built blockade runner named Fingal by the Confederacy after she made one run to Savannah, Georgia. After several failed attempts to attack Union blockaders, the ship was captured by two Union monitors in 1863 when she ran aground. Atlanta was floated off,...   [click here for more]
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1/200 CSS Tallahassee Paper Model

1/200 CSS Tallahassee Paper Model


The CSS Tallahassee was commissioned on July 20, 1864 in the United Kingdom, but was soon purchased by the Confederate States Navy. The Tallahassee was powered two 100 h.p. steam engines and had a mast with sails if needed. The top speed of the Tallahassee was 15 knots and was armed with one rifled 32 pounder on the forward deck, one rifled 100 pounder amidship and one heavy Parrot aft. Placed under...   [click here for more]
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1/200 CSS Tennessee paper model

1/200 CSS Tennessee paper model


CSS Tennessee was a casemate ironclad ram built for the Confederate Navy during the American Civil War. She served as the flagship of Admiral Franklin Buchanan, commander of the Mobile Squadron, after commissioning. The ship was captured by the Union Navy during the Battle of Mobile Bay in 1864 and commissioned to participate in the subsequent Siege of Fort Morgan. She was decommissioned after the...   [click here for more]
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1/200 CSS Texas

1/200 CSS Texas


CSS Texas was a Columbia-class casemate ironclad built for the Confederate Navy during the American Civil War. Not begun until 1864, she saw no action before being captured by Union forces while still fitting out. The keel for CSS Texas was laid down at Richmond, Virginia. She was launched in January 1865. At the time of Robert E. Lee's evacuation of Richmond on 3 April 1865, she was left...   [click here for more]
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1/200 CSS Virginia Paper Model

1/200 CSS Virginia Paper Model


CSS Virginia was the first steam-powered ironclad warship built by the Confederate States Navy during the first year of the American Civil War; she was constructed as a casemate ironclad using the raised and cut down original lower hull and engines of the scuttled steam frigate USS Merrimack. Virginia was one of the participants in the Battle of Hampton Roads, opposing the Union's USS Monitor in...   [click here for more]
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1/200 Spanish Armored Cruiser - Infanta Maria Teresa

1/200 Spanish Armored Cruiser - Infanta Maria Teresa


Named for a Spanish princess, the Infanta Maria Teresa, was ordered in 1889 and her keel laid during the same year. By August 1890, the armored cruiser was launched while work continued. Completed in 1893, the Infanta Maria Teresa was placed into operational service as the flag ship of the Spanish Navy's 1st Squadron. By 1898 at the outbreak of the Spanish-American War, the Infanta Maria Teresa...   [click here for more]
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1/200 USS Dunderberg - Ironclad - Paper Model

1/200 USS Dunderberg - Ironclad - Paper Model


This paper model represents the USS Dunderberg, a casemate ironclad, which was armed with 14 guns. The USS Dunderberg was designed to serve in the Civil War, but building delays did not allow completion until after the Civil War finished and was launched in 1865. Two years later, the USS Dunderberg was sold to France on May 7, 1867. She was then renamed Comte de Rochambeau and met her fate...   [click here for more]
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1/200 USS Keokuk Paper Model

1/200 USS Keokuk Paper Model


In service just over 4 months and only officially commissioned for one of the months, the USS Keokuk was an experimental ironclad steamer of the US Navy. Named for the City of Keokuk in the state of Iowa, the Keokuk was built in New York City and launched in December 1862. As being one of the first warships to be constructed completely of iron using wood for the deck planks, the Keokuk was powered...   [click here for more]
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1/200 USS Monitor Paper Model

1/200 USS Monitor Paper Model


The USS Monitor was an iron-hulled steamship. Built during the American Civil War, it was the first ironclad warship commissioned by the United States Navy. Monitor is most famous for her central role in the Battle of Hampton Roads on 9 March 1862, where, under the command of John Worden, she fought the casemate ironclad CSS Virginia (the former steam frigate USS Merrimack) to a standoff. The unique...   [click here for more]
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1/200 Uss Tecumseh Paper Model

1/200 Uss Tecumseh Paper Model


On 12 Sept 1863, the USS Tecumseh was launched from Jersey City, New Jersey. A single turret, iron hulled monitor, the Tecumseh was pressed into service as part of the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron. Working with the Union Army, the Tecumseh was used to block the James River channel to prevent Confederate warships from reaching the upper river channels. During this time, the Tecumseh was...   [click here for more]
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1/48 1888 Peral Submarine Paper Model

1/48 1888 Peral Submarine Paper Model


Lt. Isaac Peral (1851-1895) of the Spanish Armada (navy) drew up plans for a revolutionary "submarine torpedo boat" in 1884. by 1888, a test vessel based on Peral's concepts and constructed under his supervision was launched. The single-hulled vessel featured an underwater searchlight, active engine cooling, and was electrically powered with batteries providing energy storage. The vessel...   [click here for more]
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1:100 (68cm) Jules Verne Nautilus paper model

1:100 (68cm) Jules Verne Nautilus paper model


One of the most famous submarines of all time never existed, except in the pages of a novel, yet was so vividly described that it has been a "real" ship in the imaginations of millions of readers since the novel was published in 1870. That submarine is the Nautilus, the setting and centerpiece of the novel 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea by Jules Verne. Anticipating the real-world development...   [click here for more]
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1:100 Grand Palace

1:100 Grand Palace


Grand Palace is a Realistic paper model in scale 1:100. 1:18 for wargames. This kit combined hotel and saloon.. An essential addition to any old west diorama. The kit contains the parts for one building in two versions . Texture wood in two differents colors. Paper model Detail: 108 parts in ten pages. two pages of 3D diagrams instructions. Degree of Difficulty: 2/5 ...   [click here for more]
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1:120 The Steamer Winans

1:120 The Steamer Winans


The Winans family, successful railway engineers from Baltimore, Maryland moved into marine engineering with enthusiasm and great expenditures of their considerable family wealth but with less success. Their radical marine design concept included a patented ultra-streamlined spindle-shaped hull with minimum superstructure. The Winans believed that such a hull would perform better in rough seas and...   [click here for more]
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1:200  Spanish Battleship Pelayo

1:200 Spanish Battleship Pelayo


Battleship Pelayo Paper Model The battleship Pelayo served the Spanish Crown for 37 years. Built in France in 1888, the ship was finally scrapped in 1925. Named for the founder of the kingdom of Asturias, Pelayo had her main and secondary armament mounted in rotating, open-topped barbettes, with numerous other weapons and torpedo tubes. The ship underwent many changes of armament during her long...   [click here for more]
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1:200  Spanish ironclad Numancia Full-hull

1:200 Spanish ironclad Numancia Full-hull


The Spanish ironclad Numancia was an armored frigate bought from France during the 1860s. Numancia had a rich history record, being in action at the war with Peru & Chile (the Chincha war) and the Spanish-American war. In 1866, when Spain retreated from Peru and Chile in the Chincha war, Numancia returned home via the Pacific, hereby being the first ironclad in the world to circumnavigate the...   [click here for more]
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1:200  Spanish ironclad Numancia Waterline

1:200 Spanish ironclad Numancia Waterline


The Spanish ironclad Numancia was an armored frigate bought from France during the 1860s. Numancia had a rich history record, being in action at the war with Peru & Chile (the Chincha war) and the Spanish-American war. In 1866, when Spain retreated from Peru and Chile in the Chincha war, Numancia returned home via the Pacific, hereby being the first ironclad in the world to circumnavigate the...   [click here for more]
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1:56  Spanish Civil War Bunker

1:56 Spanish Civil War Bunker


In the coastline between Barcelona and Tarragona still is possible to be found many bunkers of the spanish Civil War.They were built by order of the Government of Catalonia in August 1937 and had features of coastal surveillance. The Spanish Civil War was a major conflict in Spain that started after an attempted coup d'état committed by parts of the army against the government of the...   [click here for more]
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Bunker Model1

Bunker Model1


Heinkelmodels announces the release of the 28mm pdf model bunker. Features A simple to make bunker that will work in almost any war game. Realistic texture concrete and detailed interior. Scalable Model Building Dimensions Width 4.3 inches - 11 centimeters Length 5.7 inches - 14.5 centimeters Height 2 inches - 5 centimeters This model is compatible with Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0...   [click here for more]
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Bunker Model2

Bunker Model2


Heinkelmodels announces the release of the 28mm pdf model bunker. Observation tower.Two floors. Features A simple to make bunker that will work in almost any war game. Realistic texture concrete and detailed interior. Scalable Model Building Dimensions Width 3.9 inches - 10 centimeters Length 5.3 inches - 13.5 centimeters Height 5.7 inches - 14.5 centimeters This model is compatible...   [click here for more]
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LSNS Governor Moore 1:200

LSNS Governor Moore 1:200


LSNS Governor Moore was a schooner-rigged steamer in the Confederate States Navy.Governor Moore had been Southern S. S. Company's Charles Morgan, named for the firm's founder and built at New York in 1854 as a schooner-rigged, low pressure, walking beam-engined, seagoing steamer. She was seized at New Orleans, Louisiana by Brigadier General Mansfield Lovell, CSA, in mid-January 1862 "for...   [click here for more]
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SS Frisia paper model 1:200

SS Frisia paper model 1:200


The S.S. Frisia was built by Caird and Co. for Hamburg America Line in 1872. The maiden voyage of the passenger ship was on August 21, 1872 following Hamburg-Havre-New York. The Fisia was able to carry 878 passengers. The ship displaced 3,500 tons and had 10 large life boats for passengers in the event of a disaster. The ship could be powered by steam or rigged to sail. The Frisia ended...   [click here for more]
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Tesla´s  Wardenclyffe Plant scZ

Tesla´s Wardenclyffe Plant scZ


Nikola Tesla was a Serbian American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, physicist, and futurist best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current electricity supply system. Tesla gained experience in telephony and electrical engineering before emigrating to the United States in 1884 to work for Thomas Edison. He soon struck out on his own with financial...   [click here for more]
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USS Choctaw paper model 1:200

USS Choctaw paper model 1:200


Choctaw, a sidewheel steamer, was the first ship of the United States Navy to be named for the Choctaw Indian tribe, formerly of Alabama and Mississippi, now resident in Oklahoma. She was built for the merchant service; her keel was laid down at New Albany, Indiana, in 1853. She was launched in 1856. She was purchased by the United States Army in 27 September 1862 and converted into an ironclad ram,...   [click here for more]
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USS New Ironsides Full Hull paper model 1:200

USS New Ironsides Full Hull paper model 1:200


USS New Ironsides was a wooden-hulled broadside ironclad built for the United States Navy during the American Civil War. The ship spent most of her career blockading the Confederate ports of Charleston, South Carolina, and Wilmington, North Carolina, in 1863–65. New Ironsides bombarded the fortifications defending Charleston in 1863 during the First and Second Battles of Charleston Harbor. At...   [click here for more]
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USS New Ironsides Waterline paper model 1:200

USS New Ironsides Waterline paper model 1:200


USS New Ironsides was a wooden-hulled broadside ironclad built for the United States Navy during the American Civil War. The ship spent most of her career blockading the Confederate ports of Charleston, South Carolina, and Wilmington, North Carolina, in 1863–65. New Ironsides bombarded the fortifications defending Charleston in 1863 during the First and Second Battles of Charleston Harbor. At...   [click here for more]
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USS Onondaga 1:200

USS Onondaga 1:200


The first U.S. Navy ship to bear the name – was a double-turreted monitor launched 29 July 1863. She was built at the Continental Iron Works, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, under subcontract from George W. Quintard who built her engines at his neighboring Morgan Iron Works. She was sponsored by Sally Sedgwick, daughter of former U.S. Representative Charles B. Sedgwick and commissioned at New...   [click here for more]
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USS Onondaga 1:250

USS Onondaga 1:250


The first U.S. Navy ship to bear the name – was a double-turreted monitor launched 29 July 1863. She was built at the Continental Iron Works, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, under subcontract from George W. Quintard who built her engines at his neighboring Morgan Iron Works. She was sponsored by Sally Sedgwick, daughter of former U.S. Representative Charles B. Sedgwick and commissioned at New...   [click here for more]
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