A magnificent model of the American Steam Yacht Corsair, 1890.
With masts and booms, standing and running rigging, anchors, anchor davits, winch, deck lights, paneled deck houses, with doors and windows, deck rails, companionways, deck lights, open bridge with telegraphs, binnacle and helm, ventilators, stayed funnel, with safety valve, extension rails and pins, paneled bulwarks, aft helm and binnacle and five ship’s boats in davits, with interior fittings, as appropriate, and other details. The hull finished in black, green and mat-varnish, is mounted on two turned brass columns in inlaid mahogany framed glass case and table.
Overall Dimensions: 50" x 13" x 56"
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"...
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