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  1. Hello Siggi. Mercerized chochet yarn of thickness 5, 10 and 15. Manufacturer does not really matter. Regards Karl
  2. Hello friends, new pictures. Karl Part 19
  3. Hallo Freunde. new pictures. Karl PART 18
  4. Hi friends. Production of the carriages and assembly of the cannons. Karl P A R T 16
  5. Hi friends, production and installation of the spare anchor. Karl Part 17
  6. Hi friends. Production and installation of the spare anchor. Karl
  7. Hi Nils. Weight of a cannon barrel here ca. 40 gr. Karl
  8. Hi Dave, Openings according to plan: 4,60 x 4,30 mm Corresponds to the original: 16,5 x 15,50 cm Stumbling was probably the slightest evil at this opening size. Regards Karl
  9. Hello friends. Production of the cannons by the tin process. Karl P a r t 1 5
  10. Hello Gerard, many thanks for the information. Karl
  11. Production of the cannons by the tin casting process. Karl Part 15
  12. Hello. Thanks Albert and Johann No idea why the pictures are not in the right order. Question to all: Does anyone know if the "Chebece" had ballast stones? Logically, it would be because of the low draft and thus the risk of capsizing. Boudriot shows nothing in his plans. Thank you in advance. Karl
  13. Hello friends, thanks for all the nice comments and likes. Karl P a r t 14
  14. Hi friends, Officer's cabins furnished. Karl
  15. Hello Nils, for info: the cannons never stood on a grating, they would not have withtood the weight of the gun. Regards Karl Hello Nils, zur Info: die Kanonen standen niemals auf einer Gräting, diese das Gewicht nicht ausgehalten.
  16. Hello friends, new pictures of the Chebece. Deck planked and gratings built in. Karl Teil 12
  17. Hello friends. I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Karl Part 11
  18. Hi Johann, I don´t know, but he looks very good too. If the picture bothers you, I´ll delete it of course. Greetings Karl

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