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Bottle #1353

Walfang um 1850 in a Bottle

Around 1850 there were about 700 to 900 such ships, which killed about 10,000 whales in good years. On an average American whaler in the 19th century drove …

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Bottle #1354

Sailing on the Rhine in a Bottle

A scene in the middle Rhine Valley near St. Goar. The Middle Rhine is the 130-kilometer section of the Rhine between the mouth of the Nahe near Bingen …

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Bottle #1355

Shipyard on the Elbe about 1870

A diorama showing the history of shipbuilding in Hamburg, Germany. The Hamburg shipyards have their tradition in craft shipbuilding, which dates back to …

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Bottle #1356

Sailing Bark Peking Diorama in a Bottle

This is a scene of the PEKING being prepared for transport from its long-term berth at the South Street Seaport Museum, Pier 16 in Manhattan, New York, …

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Bottle #1357

Fishing village Finkerwerder in a Bottle

The trawlers and fish steamer with the identification mark HF were frequent guests in all ports of the North Sea and the Norwegian Sea. The Finkenwerder …

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Bottle #1359

Danzig Waterfront in 1900 In a Bottle

This is a scene of the City of Danzig around 1870. It shows several ships anchored in the harbor. Along the waterfront where the grain exchange is located …

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Bottle #1360

Tw-IT-ter in a Bottle

Each year, at Christmas, my daughter makes and presents me a whimsey bottle she has crafted. The bottles she has made for me over the years are always …

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Bottle #1361

Trekschuit in a Bottle

I have made a SIB, a representation of a Trekschuit. From about the year 1600 or even before these kind of ships were used in Holland for transporting …

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Bottle #1362

Motor Sloop in a Bottle

"I saw in a book about Dutch yacht design a picture of a small model of a so called steam barge. But I did not see a steam boiler or pipe. So I assumed …

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Bottle #1365

Sauerei auf der Bounty in a Bottle

The pig museum in Stuttgart with its more than 50,000 exhibits has an original exhibit: Bremen-born Matthias Schultz built a pink bottle ship with pirate …

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Bottle #1370

Eel Aak in a Bottle

From the Artist, Frans Dekker: On a day in August 2015 I went out sailing with a replica of an eel aak. This kind of ships sailed out of a harbour in Friesland …

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Bottle #1373

Turtle Ship in a Bottle

Turtle ships (Korean: Geobukseon) were warships mainly used during the Japanese invasion war between 1592 and 1598. These flat, barge-like vehicles were …

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Bottle #1375

B2 Ship Boat in a Bottle

In this type of boat I learned how to row and sail after I joined the Neth. Royal Navy in 1968. First, I build the frame and planked it. Then the cross …

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Bottle #1376

Blazer TX11 in a Bottle

Fishing boat of the Botterships-family. The real ship is renovated and belongs to the collection of the Zuiderzeemuseum in Enkhuizen (Holland). This SIB …

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Bottle #1377

Ship Diesel Engine in a Bottle

Ships diesel engine, including control panel, shutters, cilinder head and oilcan. The engine was painted metal collor and after that made rusty with weathering …

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Bottle #1378

Waterschip in a Bottle

Back in de 17th century, these ships were used to catch fresh water in the river and lakes and transport it to the big cities like Amsterdam. There it …

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Bottle #1379

Wood Primate in a Bottle

This is an articulated wood carved 'primate'. It was assembled from 3/8 " thick pieces of wood with the widest piece being 1 1/2". There are 3 pieces glued …

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Bottle #1381

Toby-Orcas Island Pictures in a Bottle

This bottle is made entirely of wood, wire and a picture on paper, no glue was used. The frame parts are held together by pegs and wire keepers with the …

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Bottle #1382

Punter in a Bottle

This is a model of a Punter, a typical Dutch small ship used by farmers and fisherman. It was mostly used in the eastern part of the Netherlands, small …

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Bottle #1383

Leonore Johanna in a Bottle

In 1920 this cutter with transom stern was built to catch fresh fish. After ten years the ship was sold to the Büsum fisherman Hermann J.H. von Döhren, …

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