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Maria HF31 - 1:72

Maria HF31 - 1:72
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The Maria HF 31 was a fishing Ewer from Hamburg/Finkenwerder. Thats very very close to where I live btw. Build 1880 she operated until 1950. During this period she has undergone several rebuildings, including motorization. The Ship is restored and has it's place in the "Deutsches Museum" in Munich.

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You should ask Munich Museum to show it. Perfect.

I visited Munich Museum some years ago. Is it the big one in the middle? I can only remember ist as a not well restored.

Clark

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