Ship modeling is a craft as old as shipbuilding itself, stretching back to ancient times when water transport was first developed.
The Lannan Ship Model Gallery has been in business for over 50 years and is the industry expert on the subject of model ships and nautical antiques.
Model of a whaleboat. : 23.5" L x 9" W x 7.5" H
Cased schooner model diorama by William Hitchcock (1928-2006), considered one of the finest makers of model ships in the country. Model is expertly rigged and includes fine details such as lifeboats,...
Antique catboat model with furled linen sails, rope cords, cock pit, rudder, keel, and on a wooden crate. Really nice piece. : 21" L x 6" W x 22" H...
Original Gray Marine builder's model of a runabout. All original, purchased from a family descendant. : 19" L x 8" W x 9.5" H
Highly detailed model including a two masted brig along with a lanteen rigged vessel. Finely rigged. Outsanding sails. Encased. : 21" L x 10" W x 13.5" H
Fine miniature waterline model with cabin detail, two masts, launch and etc. Set into calm waters. : 11.5" L x 3" W x 7" H
Finely crafted builder's model of a Gray Marine yacht, built in Maine in the 1920s. From a family descendant. : 19" L x 9" W x 12.5" H (case)
Old carved wooden half model of a sloop. : 16" x 3.5" x 2"
Exceptional ship model of the Steamship Highland Monarch, a 14,000-ton steamer shown sailing through heavy seas with pennants flying. Old glass case. Provenance: Christie's July 2002, Lot 12. Case ...
Detailed model of a LCS 3 Naval vessel. Expertly built to scale and showing great attention to detail with deck fittings, armament and print work, all top notch. Mounted onto...
William Hitchcock model of the steam launch Favorite. Detailed with a static engine, planked deck, floorboards, surrey top, etc. Mounted into a mahogany and brass case. Case : 22 1/2"...
Expertly crafted waterline model of the British Trawler "Ashfield" of 1914. As modeled by R.J. Fivehouse. Scale is 1 inch to 16 feet. Fitted to a mahogany case. Case dimensions...
Builder's model of a motor sailor sloop from the Gray Marine Family in Maine. Model dates to the 1930's. Exceptionally detailed with planked deck, built up cabins, nice spar work...