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That's a spectacular display, Albert, and reminiscent of many contemporary Navy Board displays. A silly question perhaps but are you somehow incorporating a glass case around your dockyard?

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Albert, your model is just perfection, or possibly a little better than that . . . and now you've gone a step further with that amazing base. Maybe I don't get out enough, but I've never seen a base like that before.

 

Oh . . . and when is the launch date?

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Thank you very much for your welcome comments and your likes and for me it is a pleasure to share with you the construction of this model, Greg once finished the model of Naiad will be placed in a cabinet with glass where it will be safe from dust.

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Amongst the best and finest ship models ever built. The base is out of this world reminds of the Bellona built for the in attempt to copper plate the fleet. Outstanding craftsmanship and presentation. 

You are a master of this art. 

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Thank you very much for your comments and your liking, place the last photos, the model of Naiad is over, thank you so much for following me during construction and I thank Ed Tosti so much that with his magnificent drawings allowed me to build this beautiful frigate. Greetings to everyone and thanks again.
 

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Fantastic work Albert, and that magnificent display is just the capper on it, probably the best display board I've seen.

 

I'm really going to miss seeing your updates here, as it's been marvelous even if I haven't chipped in with a lot of comments.  Thank you for sharing this journey with us all!

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