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  1. Hello This is russian gun of the end of the 18th century - the beginning of the 19th century, just for the tender "Avos"
  2. My respects! I checked the Danish archives yesterday. Unfortunately, the Swedish anchor is not found in their collection as a model in the Museum Eugen
  3. Good day to all! Please help. Where to find the drawing of the Swedish anchor of 1780-1790 for the frigate built by F. Chapman? I found one drawing by F. Chapman in 1797 , but it seems to me that it differs from the anchor on the model of the frigate Bellone and the battleship Gustav in the swedish museum.
  4. My respects, colleagues! We have finally completed the English translation of the instructions of our kit MK0303 "Tender "AVOS". Please pay attention, that this kit comes in different options. For example my latest photos in this thread are of an exclusive version with treenails on pear hull planking imitations. Exclusive versions are not always available because of higher quality material requirement. If desired, you can contact online stores where our products are sold, for example, Crafty Sailor Model Store https://craftysailor.com
  5. Another build new kit "Avos" MK0303 PXN (from a pear + imitation nailing) which makes the young lady Nataly
  6. Tender AVOS by Dmitriy (Moscow) before oil This is our exclusive kit (art. MK0303PXN) is made entirely of pear

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