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  1. In the Central Naval Museum (Saint-Petersburg, Russia) there is an Admiralty model of frigate La Legere. During 2 years i was busy with measuring this model and preparing a drawings. Then during 2 years i was busy with her building. I will show you my work in progress...
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    Transportation models in box

    Without insurance. Driver promised, that everything will be okey...
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    I like it! Very accurate work!
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    Transportation models in box

    Yes, mtaylor is right! It is an example of commercial shipping between Saint-Petersburg and Italy...
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    Transportation models in box

    Everything is clear?
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    Small light frigate has it's own oven
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    The ancient galleys are still interesting for me too...
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    Figurehead №2
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    Another figurehead from cherry-wood
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    The place for heading
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    Earlier I did not meet museum models with such lodge

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