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  1. Hi Paul, thanks for the positive comment, and thanks to the others for the LIKES. The size of the blocks depends on the diameter of the rope, as stated by J. Boudriot. The production of the blocks, I do the following schema: Quelle: Musée de la Marine Paris – La Crèole
  2. The standing rigging looks fantastic. The complete model is wonderful.
  3. Finally a French ship again. I'm very interested in that.
  4. Hello friends of model making, I still had to complete the rudder pendants. For this I needed served ropes and thimbles.
  5. Hi Ferit, thank you for your interest and the other thanks for the LIKES. Meanwhile, the second bowsprit gammoning was completed.
  6. Hello, thank you very much for the LIKES. Currently I do the bowsprit gammoning. The left handed ropes with a diameter of 0.9 mm were made on my own rope walk. At the respective end an eye was spliced. Here is the order for attaching the bowsprit gammoning: Quelle: Mondfeld - Historical Ship Models

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