Date Added: 01 October 2005
Exceptional Clipper ship sailing past a village nestled high on a rocky shore. The ship is made in wonderful proportions with 4 masts, and excellent rigging. There are no sails but there is the flag of Denmark on the stern rigging.. The deck has 2 cabins and 3 hatches. The village consists of 10 structures including a church, windmill, 2 official buildings each with a flag pole and flag of Denmark. There are several houses. All buildings are very well made and detailed with everyone being different. On the bottom of the sea in the bottom is a label with the wording Copenhagen F. Hurup. The bottle is sealed with a cork and has a Turks head knot with multiple turns on the stem. The bottle came from a businessman who traveled to Denmark in the 1940-50's. The maker, F. Hurup was a concierge at the Hotel Codan in Copenhagan.
|Type:||Clipper Ship||Maker's Name:||Hurup, F.|
|Category:||Sailing Ships||Made Where:||Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Bottle Size:||11" x 3"||Year Made:||1950|