Enterprise model of the 1930 America's Cup race. Model has an ivory hull with dark bronze below the waterline. Deck details include binnacles, capstan, winch, rope coils and hatches. A full suit of stitched linen sails is rigged. Model is mounted to a custom molded mahogany baseboard with turned brass pedestals. Brass trimmed glass dome.
Dimensions: 33" long x 13" wide x 39" high
Model can be purchased without case. Details here.
*Shipping weight is based on approximate weight class after packing.
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