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  1. Good afternoon, Chris! Thank you for your opinion on our set. I wish you a nice assembly of the model By the way, the designer when developing kit "Cannon Jolle" looked on this museum model and also used archival drawings.
  2. Hello Keith Thanks to the offers on the forum, we have already decided that it would make sense to also scale these boat kits at 1/64 There will be four scales boat kits: 1/96, 1/72, 1/64 and 1/48
  3. Good afternoon! I can suggest You contact your hobby shop in the UK, where You usually buy sets, and order our products from them. Let them contact us.
  4. Good morning, colleagues! I bring to your attention the videowork of one of our admirers - Raul from Russian We are very pleased to see our shipmodellers Music in a video clip from the famous russian rock-opera "Juno and Avos"
  5. Good evening, gentlemen I want to show what new elements (rigging blocks, deadeye and nagels) will be in the tender AVOS. On the photographs of the model tender AVOS is still old rigging blocks, but deadeye and nagel - new. For sale it will be staffed with all elements of a new high quality

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