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Bottle #698

Halifax

This model is based on early colonial schooners as described in Howard Chapelle’s History of American Sailing Ships. Chapelle shows several line drawings …

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Bottle #130

Hamburg

Delightful scene of a 3 mast bark anchored in front of a bridge labeled Hamburg. The bottom of the hull is red with a small white stripe and then a black …

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Bottle #1050

Hans Van Erkel Ship in a Bottle Diorama

This is the one of three ships in bottles that were made by a member of the same family over three generations and displayed together! This ship in a bottle, …

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Bottle #495

Hansa Cog

This is an exceptional, competition model of a "Hansa Cog" common to those that sailed in the Baltic. The ship is a whole hull model built to exacting …

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Bottle #1342

Hansa Paddle Steamer in a Bottle

The HANSA (Ex United States) was a paddle steamer frigate of the Reichsflotte of the German Confederation and from 1850 its flagship. The United States …

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Bottle #96

Harald and Karl

2 Ships sailing past two separate land masses. The lead ship is 2 4 mast bark named "Harald." There are 23 sails flying. The second ship is a 2 mast schooner …

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Bottle #409

Harbor Scene

This is a very old and well made 4 masted ship in a bottle. The ships is at anchor on a clam sea of deep green outside a town on a hill. The ship's …

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Bottle #833

Harbor Scene

This is an extraordinary scene of a 4 mast ship at anchor in a harbor of a large city. The hull of the ship is red on the bottom and white on top. There …

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Bottle #755

Harbor Scene of a Bark

This is a very old and extremely well made 4 mast Bark at anchor in a harbor outside a large town. The Bark is anchored on a calm sea of blue/green. …

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Bottle #543

Herbert L. Rawding

This is a wonderful scene of a 4 mast schooner, the "Herbert L. Rawding, anchored in a harbor. The ship has four masts and is displayed without sails. …

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