Valkyrie III, a keel cutter, was designed by George Lennox Watson and built at the D&W Henderson on the River Clyde in 1894-1895 for a syndicate including Lord Londsale, Lord Wolverton, Captain Henry McCalmont and headed by Lord Dunraven of the Royal Yacht Squadron. Valkyrie III had a steel frame, a hull planked with American elm and teak, and a pine deck.
Overall Dimensions: 71" L x 10" W x 72 1/2" H
Early two-masted schooner model diorama with wheel, anchor, chain, lifeboat, cabin, hatch, winch, boom, bowsprit. Mounted into an antique wooden display case. : 27.5" L x 8.5" W x 21"...
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,...
Model of the 34' Friendship sloop "Estella A" built in Bremen Maine, by R.E. McLain in 1904. Model is rigged with stitched sails and incorporates a cockpit, rudder, bench, bowsprit, running...