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"I've been looking at this a while now, I'm not sure these bulkheads are lined up quite right..."

 

I want to see the build-board for that!

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Hi,

Model a sailing ship made of silver and amber in a jewelery workshop in Gdansk.

Price not given.

 

Tadeusz

If you need to ask, you can't afford it.

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Hi,

Ship model in church in Aarhus Denmark.

 

Tadeusz

 

Great photo. Out of curiosity...how do they keep models like that dust free???

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Those  sure are some unusual displays, especially those hanging models.  Unfortunately those are some very nice dust collection pieces unless they have some poor altar boy/girl climbing a ladder to keep them clean.

 

Allan

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Hi Igor

 

I agree! What a fantastic feat of skill and talent. Do you have any more info and photos of the model?

 

All the best

 

Patrick

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Hi Igor

 

I agree! What a fantastic feat of skill and talent. Do you have any more info and photos of the model?

 

All the best

 

Patrick

Hi Patrick,

Antonio Mellone made this model.

You can see his website here - http://smallnavyfleet.weebly.com/

 

Best Regards!

Igor.

 

P.S. The AMERIGO VESPUCCI through the various stages...

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P.P.S. Waterfront Guys: Friendhip Forged by the Sea - http://njmonthly.com/articles/lifestyle/waterfront-guys-friendship-forged-by-the-sea.html

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