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THE 74-GUN SHIP by Jeronimo

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Wonderfully done! Especially love that the takles are all belayed and not just lying around loose :-)

 

XXXDAn

 

PS: And thanks to Mr. Delacroix to be behind and to keep on correcting the imprecise data from M.´s "bible" regarding the "continental" carriage..

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Magnificent Karl!

 

Your treatment of the wood makes it difficult to believe the hull is not full sized. I am amazed at how you fabricated the gun barrel. I was sure that it was turned from metal. I would love to follow this build if you don't mind.

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Hi Karl,

 

What´s the length of the planks?

 

Mauricio

Hi Mauricio,

 

the length of the planks is between 25,0 -  28,0 cm

corresponds to the scale 1:36

Original  9,0 - 10,0 metres

Karl :10_1_10:

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