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Bottle 376 - Ship Leaving Port
Date Added: 01 October 2005

This is a model of a Barque sailing on a choppy sea away from a village. The ship's hull is red on the bottom and then black with a thin white line in the middle of the black. The fore and aft deck has black ports drawn on. The deck has 2 cabins. The ship has 3 masts and there are 22 sails. The rigging is nicely done and detailed. There is a dolphin striker midway on the bowsprit. The village is on a slightly raised brown land mass. There are 5 buildings painted white with many windows and doors painted in black. Three building have red roofs, one is black, and the other is dark green. Additionally, there is a tall red and white striped lighthouse on the edge of the sea. The bottle is sealed with a cork and the outside of the bottle neck is painted red. The bottle is unidentified but is a two molded type with a pronounced concave bottom. It sits on a simple wood block platform.
Type: Barque   Maker's Name:
Category: Sailing Ships   Made Where:
Bottle Size: 11 1/4" x 3 1/8"   Year Made: 1940 - 1960
Bottle Type: Unidentified .7 liter