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Here is my scratch built RMS Servia as she appeared in her early years of service. The hull is basswood, the deck is laser etched basswood, the remaining details are brass. The sails are made of linen paper and the rigging tungsten wire.
Hello everyone, I have been trying for about a year to buy this old model of a Lloyd Triestino Line passenger liner….tenacity and convincing that I could give it a new life paid off. Now what to do? Im assuming it is from the shipbuilders, I think it’s made of pewter? And leaded together? It was originally in the Lloyd Triestino offices in Mombasa Kenya then donated to the Seaman’s Mission. It had housings under the hull for lights to light all the port holes. The decks have sagged and the hull has also…. Is this normal? Im assuming the model was made in 1951 or 52 when the ship wa