Maritime Models, Instruments & Art Sale
on Wednesday 29th April 2009

Lots: 252-282 of 283

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252

A WELL-PRESENTED AND DETAILED STATIC DISPLAY 32':1" SCALE MODEL OF THE WORLD'S FIRST MOTOR VESSEL, M.V. SELANDIA (1912)
modelled by R.A. Wilson with carved, plated and painted hull, planked decks with fittings as appropriate, mounted within a plexi-glass case with plaques -- 6¼ x 18½ x 5½in. (16 x 47 x 14cm.) overall
Built by Burmeister & Wain of Copenhagen for the Danish East Asiatic Line, Selandia was fitted with two 8-cylinder 4-stroke single acting diesel engines driving twin propellers to give a service speed of 11-12 knots. Lacking the conventional funnel, the "exhaust" was located immediately in front of the mizzen mast. Prior to the maiden voyage the ship was visited by the Danish Royal Family and Winston Churchill - who had already started a hard fought campaign to convert the Royal Navy from coal to oil and was no doubt very interested in this revolutionary propulsion system. Despite her incomplete appearance, the ship was a great success and heralded in the modern era of merchant carriers. Selandia was sold twice and finally wrecked off the Japanese coast in 1940, however she is now immortalised on the new Danish 20 Krone coin.
Estimate: 300-500

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253

A DETAILED AND WELL-PRESENTED 32':1" SCALE WATERLINE MODEL OF THE UNION-CASTLE MAIL STEAMSHIP BRAEMAR CASTLE [1898]

modelled by R.A. Wilson with carved hull, planked decks with detailed fittings and superstructure, masts with full suit of lined paper sails, and other details, set in an undulating moulded and painted seascape within plexi-glazed wooden case with plate -- 7¼ x 22 x 7in. (18.5 x 56 x 18cm.) overall. Carry box; historical notes

Completed in July 1898 by Barclay, Curle & Co of Glasgow for the Castle Line, Braemar Castle registered 6,266 gross tons and was 450ft long with a 52.2ft beam. The last single screw ship built for the company, she made a respectable 15 knots and had accommodation for 60-1st and 120-2nd class passengers. Transferred into the newly merged Union-Castle Line in 1900, she became a troopship in 1909 and a 421 bed hospital ship in 1915. Mined in 1916, she was repaired and was stationed at Murmansk during the Russian Civil War. During her time as a hospital ship, she carried an amazing 2,655,000 patients. She was sold for £17,500 for scrapping in 1924.
Estimate: 600-800

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254

AN UNRIGGED BUILDER'S DESIGN MODEL OF THE ED DUBOIS 33-METER SAILING YACHT IMAGINE
the hull of plank on frame construction, with details including cockpit with twin helms and control panels, finished in grey, blue and natural wood and mounted on a shaped granite block with brass plaque -- 18 x 43in. (46 x 109cm.) overall
Imagine won the International Superyacht Design Award in 1993. Designed at Dubois Naval Architects, Lymington, Hampshire, she was 110ft 3in. long, with a 25ft 6in. beam, a draft of 10ft 8in. and displaced 110 tons.
Estimate: 800-1200

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500

255

A BUILDER'S-STYLE DISPLAY MODEL OF A "SCORPIO 82" CLASS AUXILIARY YACHT, DESIGNED BY GRAAL ARCHITECTURE NAVALE AND BUILT BY SCORPIO MARITIME LTD.
the carved hull finished in blue, white and gold, with lined decks, winches, helm, bench, sat-nav sphere, mast, boom and rigging, is mounted on a thick Perspex base with engraved brass plaque -- 49½ x 33in. (126 x 84cm.) overall
Estimate: 500-800

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450

256

A DETAILED STATIC DISPLAY MODEL OF THE AMERICA'S CUP YACHT ENDEAVOUR (1934)
with carved and painted hull, scored deck with wooden dinghy and polished brass deck fittings, mast with stitched linen sails, rig, blocks and tackle, mounted within a glazed mahogany case with plaque and stand (one pane of glass missing), measurements overall -- 87 x 46½in. (221 x 118cm.) overall
Estimate: 800-1200

Nil

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257

A HALF-BLOCK MODEL OF THE ORIGINAL AMERICA'S CUP VICTOR AMERICA (1851)
modelled by D.C. Morley in laminated mahogany with an ash waterline and mounted on a mahogany-edged ash board with details for wall hanging -- 6½ x 28½in. (16.5 x 72.5cm.)
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

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258

A HALF-BLOCK MODEL OF THE AMERICA'S CUP DEFENDER VIGILANT (1893)
built in contrasting woods by D.C. Morley and mounted on an ebonised wooden board with details for wall-hanging -- 7 x 29in. (18 x 74cm.)
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

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150

259

A HALF-BLOCK MODEL OF THE AMERICA'S CUP CHALLENGER VALKYRIE II (1893)
built in contrasting woods by D.C. Morley and mounted on an ebonised wooden board with details for wall-hanging -- 6½ x 29in. (16.5 x 74cm.)
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

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150

260

AN EXCEPTIONAL 16':1" SCALE WOOD AND METAL WATERLINE MODEL OF THE CONFEDERATE WARSHIP ALABAMA (1862), MODELLED BY DONALD McNARRY
the planked hull sheathed below the waterline, planked deck crowded with detailed armament, fixtures and fittings including inlaid gun tracks, open signal flag lockers, gratings, binnacles, double helm, five open ship's boats swung out in davits, shot racks with shot, belaying rails and pins in use, raked masts with standing and running rigging, yards with foot ropes, realistic lined paper sails, is set on an undulating green sea with wake, sealed within a glazed wooden case with brass plates. Overall measurements -- 13 x 23½ x 9¼in. (33 x 60 x 23.5cm.)
Secretly built in Merseyside and launched on 31st July, 1862 at a cost of £51,000 Alabama was laid down by Laird Bros. Ltd. of Birkenhead and classed as an auxiliary barque, being fitted with a direct-acting 600 horsepower engine which produced 13 knots. With an overall length of 220 feet, a breadth of 32 feet and a displacement of 1050 tons, she carried a complement of 148 men. Lightly armed with six 32-pound broadside carriage guns and one vast 100-pound Blakely rifled gun, she was built for speed. Originally named Enrica to evade American spies and the British Foreign Office, her true purpose was nearly discovered at the end of July 1862. With the British government about to seize her, she left Liverpool on what was supposed to be her final trial run, instead, under the command of Captain Raphael Semmes, she headed for the open sea and assumed her true name. So began her two year reign of terror, capturing or sinking 67 Union vessels valued at nearly $6 million between 1862-1864. During these two years the Alabama never put into port for repairs or provisions, instead taking fuel, food and ammunition from the merchant ships which she captured and destroyed. Leaking and fouled after this time, she put into Cherbourg on 16th June, 1864 for repairs, but was cornered by the U.S. cruiser Kearsarge, a chain-clad Federal sloop of war under the command of Captain Winslow. The Alabama was forced into the English Channel and once free of the three-mile limit, a fierce and circling battle commenced lasting three hours, watched by spectators on the shore. The Kearsarge's superior arms eventually put the Alabama out of action and she struck her colours, but sank before she could be captured.
Estimate: 26000-28000

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261

AN EXCEPTIONAL 16':1" SCALE WOOD AND METAL WATERLINE MODEL OF THE FEDERAL WARSHIP KEARSARGE (1864), MODELLED BY DONALD McNARRY
the planked hull sheathed below the waterline, planked deck crowded with detailed armament, fixtures and fittings including inlaid gun tracks, open signal flag lockers, gratings, binnacles, double helm, five open ship's boats swung out in davits, shot racks with shot, belaying rails and pins in use, raked masts with standing and running rigging, yards with foot ropes, furled sails, is set on an undulating green sea with two small sailing craft approaching off her bow and a ship's boat tethered starboard amidships, sealed within a glazed wooden case with brass plates. Overall measurements -- 12 x 23½ x 9¼in. (30.5 x 60 x 23.5cm.)
Ordered under the emergency war programme of 1861, U.S.S. Kearsarge (named for a New Hampshire mountain) was a "Mohican" Class screw sloop. Built at the Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, she measured 198.5 feet with a 33.8 foot beam and a 15.8 foot draught, displacing 1,550 tons, was fitted with a single horizontal back-acting engine developing 842 horse power to give 11 knots and was crewed by 160 men. She had a rather commonplace career in the European Squadron of the U.S. Navy. Under Captain Charles Pickering which included the blockade of the C.S.S. Sumter at Gibraltar, prompting the departure of her Captain, Raphael Semmes, a pre-war shipmate of Pickering's. Thereafter Kearsarge patrolled the Western Atlantic looking for the Alabama, the outcome of which is described in lot 260. Remaining in service for a further thirty years, she was wrecked on Roncador Reef off central America whilst en route to from Haiti to Nicaragua, 2nd February, 1894.
Estimate: 26000-28000

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262

A FINELY REALISED MINATURE MODEL OF THE GEORGIAN THAMES PADDLE STEAMER LONDON ENGINEER (1818)
modelled by J. Evans to a scale of 1:384, the carved hull with internal paddle wheel, copper sheathed below the waterline with gilt work decoration above, planked deck with stayed funnel, masts rigged with pennants and flags, deckhouses, bilge pump, winches, anchor and other details, mounted over an oval mirror within wood-bound glazed case with plate. Overall measurements -- 5 x 8 x 3¾in. (12.5 x 20 x 9.5cm.)
The London Engineer was a 315 ton wooden paddle steamer of 120 feet in length with a 24 foot breadth and a 5 foot draught. Built by Daniel Brent of Rotherhithe, with engines fitted by Maudslay, Sons & Field, at Lambeth she was considered the crack passenger packet of the day. Specially designed and fitted for service between London and Margate, Kent, her chief peculiarity was that her paddles were built in the centre of the hull, being driven by an engine developing 120 hp either side, which was then astonishing.
Estimate: 700-900

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263

TWO MID-20TH-CENTURY 32':1" SCALE WOOD AND METAL WATERLINE MODELS

comprising the Clyde paddle steamer La Marguerite and the four-masted barque Herzogin Cecile, each mounted on a moulded and painted sea-form base within glazed cases, the larger -- 8 x 15½ x 5¾in. (20 x 39.5 x 14.5cm.)

(2)

La Marguerite was built and owned by Fairfield Engineering of Govan, completed in 1894, she was one of the famous Clyde passenger ferries and plied her trade until 1925; Herzogin Cecile was one of the last sailing trading ships to be built and registered, an impressive 3,242 tons. Built by Rickmers of Bremerhaven and completed in 1902 for Norddeutscher Lloyd she survived until broken up in 1936.
Estimate: 300-500

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450

264

AN INTERESTING AND DETAILED 1:600 SCALE WATERLINE MODEL DIORAMA OF THE PADDLE TUG ANGLIA TOWING CLEOPATRA'S NEEDLE TOWARDS LONDON IN 1878
modelled by J. Evans from his own researches, each complete with intricately detailed fittings and depicted in a brisk green sea set within a glazed wooden case with plaque, overall measurements -- 4½ x 12¾ x 4¾in. (11.5 x 32.5 x 12cm.)
In 1801 the Khedive of Egypt, Mehmet Ali, offered Great Britain, France and America each one of the three stone obelisks lying at Alexandria and known as "Cleopatra's Needles". Weighing about 240 tons, the French and the Americans moved theirs with comparative ease; however, the British (whose Navy had refused to be involved) developed a complicated, if not eccentric, method. John Dixon (an engineer) designed a cylindrical hull to be taken out to Egypt in sections and built around the Needle for towing back to England. This had a straight stem, bilge keels, balancing sails, rudder and a deck house. Departing on 21st September 1877 and initially towed by the Olga, they hit a force 12 storm on October 14th. Six of Olga's crew were lost trying to rescue the crew of Cleopatra which was cast off and drifted in the Bay of Biscay until salvaged by the Fitzmaurice whose master tried to extract an exorbitant fee. Finally recovered and repaired, the Anglia was chartered to bring the Needle home and this was accomplished without further incident, arriving at Gravesend on 21st January, 1878.
Estimate: 1000-1500

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265

A WELL-PRESENTED AND DETAILED 32':1" SCALE WATERLINE MODEL OF THE NORWEGIAN BARQUE SVAERDSTAD
modelled by R.A. Wilson with a laminated carved hull replete with fittings and superstructure as appropriate, lined paper sails set on a port reach, standing and running rigging, blocks and tackle, depicted sailing in a calm green sea within glazed wooden box with labels -- 6 ½ x 15½ x 6½in. (16.5 x 39.5 x 16.5cm.) Carry case; historical data
The Svaerdstad was dramatically wrecked on 22nd September, 1909 in a snow storm. All but two of the eighteen crew, including the Captain's daughter, were saved by the ingenuity of the only Briton aboard, Edward G. Fox who constructed a raft from the lumber they were carrying and returned to a section for supplies. After suffering many privations, they were finally spotted by a Russian steamer and Fox was ultimately awarded a silver medal by the Norwegian King.
Estimate: 300-500

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266

A FINELY MADE AND WELL-PRESENTED 1:12 SCALE STATIC DISPLAY MODEL OF THE AMERICAN RACING BOAT LYNX (1918)
modelled by K. Hoffman with planked and framed hull fitted with polished brass fittings, red leather trimmed cockpit, steel wire steering guides, finished in green below the waterline and varnish and attractively mounted on a mahogany stylised engine block with brass plaque. Overall measurements -- 12 x 27in. (30.5 x 68.5cm.)
Estimate: 1200-1500

Nil

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250

267

A FINELY MADE 1:12 SCALE MAHOGANY AND BRASS MODEL OF THE AMERICAN RACING SPEEDBOAT BABY BOOTLEGGER (1924)
modelled by K. Hoffman with framed, planked and pinned hull with polished brass fittings and leather-trimmed cockpit, mounted on wooden cradle -- 5 x 28in. (12.5 x 71cm.) Display base and legend
Powered by a V8 Hispano-Suiza 240hp engine, Baby Bootlegger achieved a top speed of 60mph and won the Gold Challenge Cup in 1924 and 1925.
Estimate: 1000-1500

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250

268

AN HISTORICALLY INTERESTING AND UNIQUE WOOD, METAL AND FIBREGLASS POWERED CONCEPT MODEL OF THE PHILIP VILLA DESIGNED MARK III "QUEST" PROJECT Q-BOAT RACING HYDROPLANE, CIRCA 1983
with details including servo-assisted trim flaps located in each plane, secured to the main hull with aero-dynamic bracing, painted cockpit, engine with access cowling, tail fin with union flag. Overall measurements -- 12½ x 59 x 19in. (32 x 150 x 48.3cm.); together with a large archive of documents, plans and photographs pertaining to the design, development and fund raising for this project
(A lot)
Almost unknown in its day and so largely forgotten now, Project 'Q' or 'Quest' (for speed) was a serious attempt to break the World Water Speed Record which, after Donald Campbell's fatal attempt in 1967, had been ceded to the Australians. Conceived and designed in secrecy by Philip Villa, the nephew of Leo Villa, Malcolm and Donald Campbell's highly respected Chief Engineer. After a significant campaign of fund raising, development models were built and tested in wind tunnels and on water. The latter tests (on this model) suggested that, had the full-scale hydroplane been built, it would have been capable of over 400 mph, although in practice that record would have been achieved over a period of time, allowing a sparring match with other contenders. In the event however, personal difficulties combined with a tough economic climate saw the project founder. This model provides a beautiful and tantalising footnote to a long British lineage of Water Speed Record Attempts and one which, had it been realised, would have smashed the present record of 317 mph set by Ken Warby in Spirit of Australia in 1978 and returned the prestige of the title to British hands.
Provenance: The late Philip Villa to vendor.
Estimate: 3000-5000

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 1300 

270

A BUILDER'S PLATING MODEL FOR A COASTER, GOOLE SHIPBUILDING, C.1984

unidentified, the laminated and carved hull finished in white with plating marks -- 50½in. (128.5cm.) diameter.

It has been suggested that an order for this vessel was placed with The Goole Shipbuilding and Repair Company Ltd. at the beginning of 1984. In March/April that year, British Shipbuilders closed the yard and, as actual construction of the vessel had not commenced, the model remained unmarked.

Estimate: 400-500

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100

271

THE BUILDER'S PLATING HALF MODEL FOR THE TANKERS PRONTO & PERFECTO, BUILT BY COCHRANE & SONS LTD, SELBY, 1967
carved in laminated wood and finished in white with markings as appropriate and mounted on an ebonised board with builder's plate -- 8 x 43¾in. (20.2 x 111cm.) overall
Estimate: 400-500

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400

272

A BOARDROOM-TYPE MODEL OF THE R.M.S. ORION, BUILT BY VICKERS-ARMSTRONG LTD. FOR THE ORIENT STEAM NAVIGATON COMPANY (1934)
the laminated carved hull finished in company colours and with lined paper decks complete with fittings as appropriate, mounted on two nickel-plated columns on fruitwood veneered base within metal-bound glazed case with ivorine plates for each side (old restoration and repairs overall) -- 16½ x 48¼ x 11½in. (42 x 122.5 x 29cm.) overall
Estimate: 2000-3000

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2600

273

A FRENCH LINE TRAVEL AGENT'S WATERLINE MODEL OF THE RE-FITTED M.V. DE GRASSE, CIRCA 1947
with carved hull, scored decks and painted fittings, mounted on an ebonised board within metal-bound case with brass outer plates engraved Cie Gnl TRANS-ATLANTIQUE (restoration) -- 14½ x 48½ x 9in. (37 x 123 x 23cm.) overall
Estimate: 1000-1500

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1000

274

A MIRROR-BACKED BUILDER'S HALF MODEL OF THE S.S. ELLERAY, BUILT BY BLYTHE SHIPBUILDING CO. LTD. NORTHUMERLAND, FOR THE ELLERAY S.S. CO. LTD. 1905
with carved and painted hull, lined and lacquered decks complete with superstructure as appropriate, silvered and gilt fittings, mounted on original front-silvered mirror in mahogany case with bow and stern view mirrors and builder's plate -- 12½ x 56¼ x 7in. (32 x 143 x 18cm.) overall
The general purpose cargo ship Elleray registered 1,201 tons, was listed as missing on a voyage between Hartlepool and London on 3rd January, 1922.
Estimate: 2500-3000

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1500

275

A BUILDER'S MODEL OF THE CARGO SHIP M.V. CHARLES, BUILT BY THE BRUGGE YARD FOR HERMANS SHIPPING CO., 1949
the laminated carved hull finished in two-tone red and grey with grey decks, lacquered and lined hatch covers, rigged derricks, aft superstructure with liveried funnel, lifeboats and fittings as appropriate, contained within a wood-bound glazed case -- 21 x 55½ x 11¾in. (53.5 x 141 x 30cm.) overall
Registered at 1,180 gross tons, the M.V. Charles was one of five vessels in the Hermans fleet and principally carried fruit and raw materials between Antwerp and the Belgian Congo. Sold in 1966 she was renamed Al Fares and sold again in 1969 to the Cuban government, being renamed Tania. She was wrecked in March 1974.
Estimate: 1200-1500

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1300

276

AN HISTORICALLY INTERESTING, POSSIBLY BUILDER'S OR YARD APPRENTICE, SCALE WOOD AND METAL MODEL OF A FAIRMILE 'D' CLASS MTB
with carved hull and fittings finished two-tone grey and white, some painted metal fittings including railings and armament, signal mast rigged with flags, black-painted keel with four propeller shafts secured to cradles within original wood-bound glazed case with etched plate with list of classes and numbers built between 1940 and 1944 -- 14½ x 34 x 11in. (37 x 86.5 x 28cm.)
Clearly an accurate model of some age, it is typical of the type built during the war when materials were in short supply. No pre-made or artificial fittings are in evidence, yet the hull is elegantly and accurately carved and coloured. The model appears to be in largely un-restored condition and, whilst the rigging needs tightening and some fittings re-securing, it remains an interesting and rare historical document from a period few models were constructed.
Estimate: 2000-3000

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2100

277

A 20TH-CENTURY WOOD AND BONE MODEL OF THE BRISTOL PRIVATEER MARS (1779)
with planked and pinned hull and decks, painted wood main and secondary wales, bone fittings including a rack of two fitted ship's boats, bound masts with standing and running rigging, mounted on cradles secured to chequered oval display base within glazed case with brass plate reading The Bristol Privateer "Mars" 30 Guns, Sailed on a Cruise August 1779 and after sending home two prizes she was not heard of again. Cased measurements -- 20 x 31½ x 10½in. (51 x 80 x 26.5cm.)
Literature: Powel, D: Bristol Privateers and Ships of War, Arrowsmith, 1930, p.275.
Estimate: 1500-2000

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3000

278

AN UNUSUAL MID-19TH-CENTURY WOOD AND BONE MODEL OF A (PROBABLY) FRENCH WAR SHIP
the planked and pinned hull with ram bow, cannon, simple fittings, masts and rig, mounted on a turned bone support attached to wooden base (wear, old restoration) -- 12 x 10in. (30.5 x 25.5cm.) overall
Estimate: 300-500

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360

279

A FINELY CARVED AND WELL-PRESENTED NAPOLEONIC FRENCH PRISONER-OF-WAR-STYLE WOOD AND BONE SHIP MODEL OF THE FIRST RATE SHIP OF THE LINE CALEDONIA
the planked and pinned hull with protruding brass cannon, ornately carved warrior figurehead, stern, quarter galleries and deck superstructure, standing and running rigging with bone blocks and two ship's boats slung out, bound masts, yards with stun's'l booms, flags and streamer, mounted on bone cradles to inlaid wood and bone base with balustrade. Measurements overall -- 23 x 28in. (58.5 x 71cm.)
Estimate: 12000-15000

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18000

280

A RESTORED EARLY 19TH-CENTURY, POSSIBLY FRENCH PRISONER-OF-WAR, WOODEN MODEL OF A 40-GUN FIFTH RATE
the carved and painted hull papered below the waterline and painted to simulate copper sheathing, open gun ports with polished guns, rolled paper 'hammocks', simple figurehead, planked decks, masts and rigging, mounted on a board pinned within a wooden glazed casel -- 14 x 16in. (36 x 40.5cm.) model; -- 17 x 22 x 11½in. (43 x 56 x 29cm.) case

Estimate: 500-800

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420

281

AN INTERESTING AND WELL-PRESENTED EBONY, BONE AND FRUITWOOD HALF MODEL OF THE 110-GUN FIRST RATE BATTLESHIP PRINCESS CHARLOTTE (1825)
planked below the waterline, contrasting ebony and bone wales and gun decks, chain plates with deadeyes, headrails, catheads, stern and quarter galleries, mounted on a mahogany board with bone and wood inlaid launching masts and flags, the keel "resting" on blocks, set within a glazed temple-topped case with plaque and stand with label inscribed C. Colebrook (probably later), together with separate glazed plaque with historical details regarding launch -- 16½ x 20 x 6in. (42 x 51 x 15cm.) overall
Ordered in 1812, it was a further six years before her keel was laid. Essentially a lengthened Victory, achieved by using Seppings diagonal planking, she displaced 2,417 tons when finally launched in 1825, the final fitted cost being a colossal £110,486. After the Syrian campaign of 1840 she saw no further active service and between 1857-1860 was used as floating barracks in Hong Kong, becoming a receiving ship thereafter. She was sold from service in 1875.
Estimate: 800-1200

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1100

282

AN EXTREMELY RARE PAIR OF NAVAL DOCKYARD BOW AND STERN MODELS, CIRCA 1845-50
possibly for a screw sloop or gun vessel, each carved from the solid and planked and pinned in mahogany with fruitwood over the keel and rudder, the bow with finely detailed gilt wood female figurehead, head rails, cat heads and hawse pipes; the stern with gilt wood badges flanking the quarter galleries, tinted windows, lifting-type propeller and rudder (later), each mounted on a square mahogany board for wall hanging, remnant label to bow model (some old restoration) -- 14in. (35.5cm.) square/deep, approximately (2)
Estimate: 8000-12000

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8000

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