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Have long been intrigued with ship models - to the point of spending an entire day at the Musée de la Marine in Paris, as well as long sessions at Washington’s  Smithsonian, Mystic Seaport, and the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. Have started many models and toy boats and have managed to complete one home-made ship in a bottle so far.  Am currently working on a model of the Baltimore Brig Numa and hope the experts here will be able to provide help and guidance.  

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Welcome to MSW, psk125.  I'd rather address you by name than login name.  I hope you'll start a build log for the Numa.  I don't think we've seen a log for her yet.

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Hello, and a warm welcome to the forum from 'Down Under.

 

If you like models in museums, I would highly recommend your Naval Academy Museum at Annapolis, which is not too far from you.

 

John

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1 hour ago, Jim Lad said:

which is not too far from you.

 

Its only a 6hr drive (give or take) not counting New York, Philadelphia or Baltimore traffic.... 🙂  

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8 hours ago, Beef Wellington said:

Its only a 6hr drive (give or take)

No worries. That's just down the road to an Australian . . . :D

 

Welcome to MSW. As Mark said, start a build log so we can all enjoy your build - and help answer questions, solve problems etc. You're among friends.

 

Steven

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