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  1. Armed Launch, 1803 Updated

    Built from Panart kit , the model was finished in March 2011
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  2. Columbus' Santa Maria Updated

    A scratch built model of the famous Christofer Columbus' flagship when he discovered America in 1492 . .
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  3. Half Moon (Corel kit) by Jack Aubrey Updated

    It'a an old model I built more o less 30 years ago. The kit comes from Corel.
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  4. Berlin (Brandebourg's Pinnace) - Corel by Jack Aubrey Updated

    Another model I build about 30 years ago . . .
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  5. Le Mirage (Corel) by Jack.Aubrey Updated

    Another ship model built 30 years ago and still live . . .
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  6. Prinz Eugen by Jack Aubrey - 1:150 Updated

    I made this model totally from scratch in 1968. I started from a plan in 1/200 scale and I redesigned it in 1:150 scale. Then I started to build it and I took three years to complete. It ia a dinamic model, that means it is motorized and radio controlled but I put it into water only one time. After that event it stays on my forniture in the living room. Cheers, Jack.
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  7. Soleil Royal, 1:70 by Jack.Aubrey Updated

    A model of the Soleil Royal, published by De Agostini as a partwork.

    Construction began April 18th, 2010 and ended on August 8th, 2014, after 1,550 days. Obviously, in this period I did many other things, not only ship modeling, which explains the long time passed from the beginning and end but I'm rather slow and I can do nothing to be faster.

    The model has been heavily customized by me, in practice it came out as a model with totally different colors and woods and also the presentation mode, where, for reasons of space, I sacrificed the masts and yards to be able to build a display case of a reasonable size.

    Here follow a good number of images of the model as finished, where for obvious reasons of photographic techniques, I removed the plexiglas cover. However, some photos al the end of this gallery will be presented with the complete display case.

    Regards, Jack.Aubrey.
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