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1250 Models
Aegir
Albatros
Anker
Aquarius
Argonaut
Argos
Bassett-Lowke
Berger
Bille
Binkowski
Binnen-Lloyd
Britannic
Carat
Clydeside
CM
CM-KR
CM-P
Colonia
Copy  
Delphin
E H
Eneris
Fleetline
Foerde
Fuchs
Galerie Maritim
GEM
Granat 
Hai
Hammonia
Hansa
Helvetia 
H&B 
H-F
Holsatia
Hydra
JB
 
JW
Klaubauterman
KM
Konishi
Langton
LH 
Lloyd
Luna
Maru

MB Models
Mercator
Michael Kelm
Mountford
Nautic-Art
Navis
Neptun
Noordzee
Optatus
Ostrowski 
Paperlab 
Pier Head Models 
Poseidon
Quadrant
RG

Rhenania
Rhenania Junior
Risawoleska
RS-KM
RSM
Santa Rosa

Saratoga 
Scherbak
Schoenmakers
Seavee
Sextant
Star
Stauffenberg
Superior 
Trident
Triton
Tremo
U-9
 
VG 
Welfia 
Westphalia 
Wirral  
Yorck

 

About the 1250 Scale Producers' Gallery

This photo gallery features mostly unmodified models from a variety of 1250 scale model producers. For scratch-builds and significantly modified models, see the Reader Gallery. For more information about producers of 1250 scale models, see the 1250 Scale Modeling History and General Information  section elsewhere on this site. 

Photography Notes: This photo gallery features models from a variety of 1:1200 and 1:1250 scale producers.  Some of the models may have been enhanced with additional paint work or details by the collector or owner of the model, but for the most part they are not substantially altered from their factory condition.   Because there are so many models in these scales, the gallery concentrates on models that are not easily seen elsewhere.  We may include photos of models found elsewhere on the web, but our present goal is to fill in gaps, rather than simply repeat what is already available to you.   Extensive photo coverage of NAVIS/NEPTUN and ARGOS models are readily found at their respective websites and we recommend that the viewer go to the direct links to their sites, which are found on the 1250 SCALE Main Page, and view those models there. 

Paul Jacobs
1250 Scale Editor

                      


1250 Models
redball.gif (371 bytes)USS Los Angeles CA135 1957, Cruise Missile Heavy Cruiser, 1250 Models TF004 - In the mid 1950s, Los Angeles was one of the class equipped with the Regulus I. The grandfather of all cruise missiles, the subsonic Regulus could carry a nuclear warhead and is available in 1:1250 scale from 1250 Models. 
AEGIR
redball.gif (371 bytes) Beaverford, #2, #3, #4, #5 - British Armed Freighter 1940, Aegir 529a, Photographs from Chris Daley. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Cornish City, British Freighter, 1917, #579 

  ALBATROS
redball.gif (371 bytes) Allgau, Bodensee Lake Steamer 1929 (ALB-1) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Allgau, Bodensee Lake Steamer 1949 (ALB-1a) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Baden Bodensee Excursion Boat 1935 (ALB-2) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hohentweil, Bodensee Excursion Boat 1913-1963 (ALB-3) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Alte Liebe, German Excursion Boat 1958 (ALB-4) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kempten, Bodensee Excursion Boat 1931 (ALB-5) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Planet, German Oceanic Research Ship, 1986 - (ALK-5) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Stadt Uberlingen, Bodensee Lake Steamer 1926 to 1963 (ALB-6) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Seefalke, German high seas tug (ALB-7) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Deutschland, Bodensee Excursion Boat 1936 (ALB-11) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bremen, High Seas Tug (ALB-12), Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Euroman, High Seas Tug (ALB-12a), Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Noma, (ALB-13), Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Alice L. Moran, High Seas Tug (ALB-16) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Statesman, High Seas Tug (ALB-16a) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Meteor, German Oceanic Research Ship, 1986, #2 - (ALK-42) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Calshot, British Tug/Tender 1930 (AL-46) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Altair, Modern Oceanographic Research Vessel (ALK-48) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Asama Maru - (AL-50) Photograph from Volker Stärk  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Loydsman, British Tug 1971, (ALB-57) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Horncap, German Refrigerator Ship 1955, #2 - (ALB-59) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Seaforth Clansman, (AL-70) Photograph by Ingo Hohm
redball.gif (371 bytes) Uganda, as British Hospital Ship, 1982, #2, #3, #4 (ALK-71) Photographed by Rob Mackie 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Invincible, VTOL Aircraft Carrier, ALK-72C - HMS Invincible was part of the core of the task force which reclaimed the Falklands for Great Britain. Albatros produces a model of this battle veteran. The model portrays the ship as she appeared in 2003, after refits from the Falklands fit. Numbered ALK-72C, the Albatros HMS Invincible comes with full deck markings. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Awatea, New Zealand Liner 1936 (AL-72)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Poolzee, Dutch High Seas Tug 1971 (AL-76) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) MS Astor, British Cruise Ship, 1996,  #2, #3, (AL-77N) Photographed by Rob Mackie 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Sovereign, British Yacht 1911 - (Albatros-Sondermodell 80) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Winchester, British Yacht 1915 (So-81) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Polarlys - Hurtigrouten, Norway, 1951 (ALB-82) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Edinburgh Type 42C Batch Three Royal Navy Destroyer - (ALK-82A) This is the stretched, improved version of the Type 42 Sheffield class destroyer. Named the Manchester class the Batch Three versions, in large measure corrected the defects of the initial design. 
  redball.gif (371 bytes) Princess Maude, Channel Ferry 1934 - (ALB-85) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Aronia, British Yacht 1929 - (Albatros-Sondermodell 86) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Roysterer, Tug (ALK-89) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Roland von Bremen, #2 - German Passenger Ship 1973 (AL-93) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Isolaire, British Steam Yacht 1902 - Training Ship for Union Castle Line's cadets (Albatros-Sondermodell 94) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Ocean 1998 (ALK-96) (Albatros photo) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Valdivia, German Oceanic Research Ship (AL-101) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) RMS Aquitania, British Liner, 1914, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8 - (ALK-105) From Morning Sunshine Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Orca, Dutch Off Shore Ship 1984 - (AL-113) Not all ships are huge tankers, container ships or cruise ships. Thousands of small work ships go about their duties on the seas throughout the world. One of the most wonderful aspects of 1:1250 scale production and collection is that these small work ships can be produced. Here is one example, the Dutch Off Shore Ship, Orca in 1984. This model is produced by Albatros and is #113. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) RMS Aquitania, Hospital Ship, 1915, #2, (ALK-113) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Smit Singapore, Dutch High Seas Tug 1984 (AL-115) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Zwarte Zee, Dutch High Seas Tug 1963 (AL-116) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Skirmisher, Tug/ Liner Tender (AL-118) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Queen of Bermuda (armed merchant cruiser, 1940)#2   ALK-122
redball.gif (371 bytes) Chusan, P&O Liner 1950-1973 (AL-125) Photograph from collectableships.com (MSM) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Prince David, #2, British Liner 1930 (ALK-130) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Andes, British Liner 1939 (ALK-134a) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Orcades, British Liner 1938, (ALK-139) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Arandora Star - British Liner 1936 (AL-140) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) RMS Lusitania, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7 - (AL-167) From Morning Sunshine Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Saxon, #2, British Liner 1900 (AL-173) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Duchess of Bedford, #2, (AL-184) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Berlin, A-1411, Replenishment Ship, #2, #3, #4, (ALK-202), Photograph from Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Magnetic, tug/ liner tender as of 1935 (AL-204) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Esso Stuttgart, #2, #3, #4 (AL-212) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Eridan - (AL-219) French Passenger Ship 1928,  Photograph from Jürgen Hader
redball.gif (371 bytes) Tom Sawyer, Germany-Sweden Ferry (2000), #2, #3, #4 (AL-225) Photographed by Rob Mackie 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Vanguard 1946, #2, #3, #4 ALK-300
redball.gif (371 bytes) Berlin (German Navy repair ship AK), #2, #3, #4, #5 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Drottningholm, 1940, #2, Swedish Liner 

ANKER
redball.gif (371 bytes) Russian 1937 Design for Hybrid Battleship-Carrier, #2 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Joffre, French 1938 Design for Aircraft Carrier, #2, #3, #4, (A8)(Photographs by John Olsen)
AQUARIUS
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Kearsarge, Steam Sloop, 1864 - (AQS-04) Photograph from Volker Stärk  
redball.gif (371 bytes) CSS Chicora, Confederate Ironclad, 1864, (AQS-10)(Photograph by John Olsen) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Choctaw, Union River Ironclad, 1863, #2, (AQS-11)(Photograph by John Olsen) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Essex, Union River Ironclad, 1864, (AQS-14)(Photograph by John Olsen) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) CSS Atlanta, Confederate Ironclad, 1862, (AQS-15) 

ARGONAUT
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Royal Sovereign, 1935, British R Class Battleship (AR-43) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Gannet, River Gunboat 1935, (AR-55) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Hawkins, 1938, British Heavy Cruiser (AR-90) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMAS Adelade - Australian Light Cruiser 1938 (AR-150) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) MMS (2) Type British Minesweeper - 1943 (AR-195) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS New Mexico, 1935, US Battleship (AR-216) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Guam, Gunboat, (AR-229) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Greer, 1942, US Flush Deck Destroyer (AR-230) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Brooklyn, 1920 US New York Harbor Tug Boat - (AR-280) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Puget Sound Tug Boat, 1930 - (AR-281) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Mare Island Diesel Tug, 1938 - (AR-282) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) John J. Harvey, Fire Boat NYFD 1932 - (AR-284) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes)USS Winslow (Porter Class DD in pre-WW2 fit, AR-285) 
redball.gif (371 bytes)USS Tuscaloosa, #2 (New Orleans Class Heavy Cruiser, AR-288)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Gotland, Swedish Minelaying Cruiser 1936 - (AR-707) Ulrich Rudofsky takes a look at the Argonaut model of the Swedish Minelaying Cruiser Gotland (AR-707) and looks at her run in with the battleship Bismarck in May 1941. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Sisu, Finnish Icebreaker, 1939 - (AR-754) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Uusima, Finnish Gunboat 1938 - (AR-758) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Rautu, Minesweeper Finland 1935 - (AR-759) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) VMV 8, Finnish Patrol Craft 1935 - (AR-768) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Eidsvold, #2, #3, #4, Norwegian Coast Defense Ship, 1939, (AR781) (photgraph by Juergen Hader)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Tordenskjold (AR-785)(photograph by Juergen Hader
redball.gif (371 bytes) B-1, Norwegian Submarine, 1939, #2, (AR-789a)(photograph by Juergen Hader)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Rivadavia, Argentine Battleship 1937, #2, #3, #4 - (AR-900) Photograph from Jürgen Hader
redball.gif (371 bytes) Libertad, Argentine Coast Defense Ship 1937, #2, #3, #4 - (AR-903) Photograph from Jürgen Hader  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Almirante Brown, Argentine Cruiser, 1935, #2, (AR-905) (Photograph by Juergen Hader)   
redball.gif (371 bytes) La Argentina, Argentine Light Cruiser, 1939, #2, (AR-907) (Photograph by Juergen Hader)   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Cervantes, Argentine Destroyer, 1938, #2, (AR-910) (Photograph by Juergen Hader)   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Cordoba, Argentine Destroyer, 1937, #2, (AR-911) (Photograph by Juergen Hader)   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Patrol Boat #27, Sweden 1930 - Formerly Torpedo Boat Blixt of 1898, (AR-927) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Fiji, British Light Cruiser, 1940, (AR-1167) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Springbank, #2, #3, AA Ship, 1941, (AR-1223)(photograph by Juergen Hader) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Alynbank, AAAV 1941, #2, AA Ship (AR-1224) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Ocean, British Carrier, #2, #3, #4, #5, (AR-1225) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Ocean, British Carrier - (AR-1225) Repainted and photographed by Juan Carlos Piro. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Rotary - British Tug 1920, (AR-1252) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
ARGOS
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kursk, K-141, Cruise Missile Submarine (Argos AS-R-03) (Rob Mackie Photo)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Druzhnyy, Krivak I Class, Russia, 1986,  #2 (Argos AS-R-04) (Rob Mackie Photo)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Frauenlob, Kriegsschoner, Prussia, 1856, #2, #3, #4 (AS-12)(photographs by Juergen Hader
redball.gif (371 bytes) Munin, German Training Ship/Auxiliary Minesweeper 1939 (AS-13) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes)USS Normandy CG-60 1994, AS-17B - USS Normandy CG-60 was laid down at Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine, on April 7, 1987, launched March 19, 1988 and commissioned on December 9, 1989. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Knurrhahn, Y 811, Accommodation Barge (Argos-19) and Olschute Kl 737, Oil Barge (Argos-19a) Federal German Navy Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Phrygia (German freighter, 1928) (AS-24)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Julius Schindler (German Tanker, 1922), #2 (AS-28) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Jacinto Candido, (Argos #59) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hermes, German Tug 1942 (AS-59) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Bainbridge DLGN-25 (1964), #2, #3 (Argos #67)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Enterprise (1964) - Here are a few photographs of the USS Enterprise made by Argos. The planes and vehicles are from Argos, Trident and CAP. Photographs from Joachim Thiel. (AS-68)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Long Beach CGN-9 (1964), #2, #3, #4 (Argos #72)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Cheyenne, SSN-773, Los Angeles Class Attack Submarine (Argos AS-73) (Rob Mackie Photo)
redball.gif (371 bytes) CSS Florida (Confederate Screw Sloop)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Samuel B. Roberts FFG 58, #2 (Perry class frigate)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Arleigh Burke DDG-51, #2
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Platte AO-186, #2, #3, #4
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Bunker Hill (Ticonderoga Class CG), #2, #3, #4
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Intrepid, Essex Class Carrier, 1970s - These are a few photographs of the USS Intrepid model from Argos. The planes were new painted as shown in Warships Data 4. The model depicts the ship in her late career with the angled flight deck. The ship is still in existence as a museum located in New York City. Photographs from Joachim Thiel.
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Boston CAG-1, Argos 1:1250 Scale, AS-95 - The Baltimore Class heavy cruisers had the necessary internal volume to convert to missile cruisers, so USS Boston CA-69 and USS Canberra CA-70 were selected for conversion to missile cruisers, becoming CAG-1 and CAG-2. Their designation was CAG, reflecting retention of their gun capability with the addition of guided missile capability. This is he Argos AS-95 of USS Boston CAG-1
BASSETT-LOWKE 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ad for Bassett-Lowke from 1937 Jane's Fighting Ships  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Algerie, French CA, 1938  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Scharnhorst, German Liner, 1938  

Berger Zinngußmodelle

redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Carondelet 1862, City Class Riverine Ironclad,  Berger Zinngußmodelle 1:1250 Scale - No blue water Union warship ever experienced even a quarter of the action into which the City Class ironclads became involved. James Eads set up two yards to produce his design. Hambleton, Collier & Company of Mound City , Illinois was to build three ironclads, USS Cairo, Cincinnati and Mound City , and Carondelet Marine Railway & Dry Dock Company of Carondelet , Missouri would build four, Carondelet, St. Louis , Pittsburgh and Louisville . Leodegar Berger has a 1:1250 scale model, USS Carondelet, of this very important and busy class of ironclad. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hanseatic League Ships & Buildings, Berger Zinngußmodelle 1:1250 Scale - In the the era of cogs and caravels, unique northern European architecture, still seen in Europe, had evolved. Berger Zinngußmodelle has developed a series of 1:1250 scale ship and building models of this Hanseatic League era. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) CSS David, Berger Zinngußmodelle 1:1250 Scale - This model is the famous "DAVID". CSS David was built as a private venture by T. Stoney at Charleston, South Carolina in 1863, and put under the control of the Confederate States Navy. 


BILLE
redball.gif (371 bytes) KW3 German Patrol Boat 1960 - (Bille #K3) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Heidelberg Express, #2 - German Container Ship 1992 (Bille #100) Photographs from Jiehui & George Elder of Morning Sunshine Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Chartsman, British Tanker 1993 (Bille #115) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Costa Victoria, Italian Passenger Ship 1996 - (Bille #120)  Photograph from Jiehui & George Elder of Morning Sunshine Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Aidacara, Cruise Ship, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7 - (Bille #126a) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) P&O Nedlloyd TASMAN (Container Ship, 1999) #2, #3, #4, #5 (Bille #133)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Deutschland, German Passenger Ship 1998, #2 - (Bille #140) Photographs from Jiehui & George Elder of Morning Sunshine Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hual Trooper, (Pure Car Carrier), #2, #3, #4, (Bille #145)(Photograph by Ingo Hohm) 
BINKOWSKI 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Danzig, Prussian Paddlewheel Corvette, 1853, (model #47) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Mars, 1881, German Gunnery Training Ship, #2 (model #49) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Leipzig, German Corvette, 1882, #2, (model #64) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Widder, WWII German AMC as Spanish El Nettuno, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Pinguin, WWII German AMC as Greek Kassos  
BINNEN-LLOYD
redball.gif (371 bytes) Lindau, Lake Steamer 1925, #2, Steamer on Bodensee. Built in 1905 for the Royal Bavarian State Railways. Photograph by Ingo Hohm  

BRITANNIC
redball.gif (371 bytes) Almaria Lykes - Freighter (M-42) Photograph from Volker Stärk  

CARAT
redball.gif (371 bytes) Servia 1881, #2, #3 (C-025)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Titanic, #2, #3
redball.gif (371 bytes) Elionore Woermann 1902, #2
CLASSIC SHIP COLLECTION
redball.gif (371 bytes) Great Eastern, #2, #3, #4, #5 (Kurt Greiner photos) 

CLYDESIDE 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Guepard, French Destroyer - Detailed, Painted and photographed by Paul Jacobs.

CM
redball.gif (371 bytes) Imperator 1913,#2, #3, #4 (CM-05)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Frankenwald, German Freighter, 1922, #2, #3, #4, #5, (CM-20N)(Photos from Juergen Hader
redball.gif (371 bytes) Helgoland, Germany 1939, #2 - Excursion boat and Island Ferry (CM-24) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Cobra, German Passenger Ship 1932 - (CM-32) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Lippe, German Freighter 1927, #2 - (CM-79) Photographs by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Wolfsburg, German Freighter, 1916, #2, (CM-80)(photos from Juergen Hader)
redball.gif (371 bytes)President Grant, British Liner 1908 (CM-100) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) St. Pauli, Hadag Type 3 Hamburg Harbor Ferry (CM-W-101) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bismarck, German Liner 1922, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9 - The third and last of the big Imperator Class liners for Hamburg-America (HAPAG) 56,551 (CM-103) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Imperator, German Liner 1913, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10 - The first of Albert Ballin's fabulous design, the Imperator Class,  for the Hamburg-America Line (HAPAG) 52,117 Tons (CM-105) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Victoria Luise, #2 (CM-110) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Vaterland, German Liner 1914, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 - Second of the three big liners of the Imperator Class for Hamburg-America (HAPAG) 54,282 Tons (CM-114) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Scharnhorst, German Hospital Ship, 1915, #2, (CM-132a)(photos by Juergen Hader)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kaiser Wilhelm II, German Liner, 1903, #2, (CM-136)(Photograph by Juergen Hader)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kaiser Wilhelm Der Grosse, #2, #3 (passenger ship, 1897, CM 141)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Friedrich Der Grosse, #2 (CM-142) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) RMS Olympic, British Passenger Liner 1911, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8 - The first of three sisters from Harland Wolff for the White Star Lines.The RMS Olympic was the only one of the three to make it past World War One. (CM-144) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) RMS Titanic, British Liner 1912, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8 - Arguably, the most well known ship of all time. Displacing 46,329 Tons she was second of the three big liners of the Olympic Class for White Star. (CM-148) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Titanic (CM-148) (Fritz Wagner photo)
redball.gif (371 bytes) RMS Aquitania, Troopship, 1916 (CM-156) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Normandie, French Liner 1935, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11 - Built for Compagnie Generale Transatlantique (CGT), the Normandie was arguably the most beautiful liner ever constructed. 79,280 Tons (CM-171) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Republic, US Passenger Liner, 1920, (CM-221) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Leviathan, US Passenger Liner, 1923-1938, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9 - When the United States entered the First World War, the HAPAG liner Vaterland was seized and renamed the Leviathan. Used as a transport during the war, she was transferred to the United States Lines afterward. She was the largest ship in the world from 1914 to 1922 and from 1923 to 1931. (CM-222) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bremen, German Liner 1929, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 - The first great liner built in Germany after World War One. Blue Riband holder 22 July 1929 to 25 March 1930, Norddeutscher Lloyd (NDL) North German Lloyd, 51,656 tons (CM-236) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Europa, German Liner 1930, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7 - The last of the great liners from Norddeutscher Lloyd (NDL) North German Lloyd. Blue Riband holder 25 March 1930 to 16 August 1933, 49, 746 tons (CM-237) 
 

CM-KR
redball.gif (371 bytes) Achille Lauro, Italian Liner 1985, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10  - Built in the Netherlands (1939-1947) as the Willem Ruys, she was completely rebuilt when sold to the Flotta Lauro in 1965. 23,629 Tons (CM-KR-40) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) SS United States, 1952, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10 - One of the last big liners to go into trans-Atlantic service, the SS United States was the fastest liner ever to sail the North Atlantic. Still holds the Blue Riband. 53,329 tons(CM-KR-71) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Leda, Norwegian Liner 1953, #2 -(CM-KR-80) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kassel, German Merchant Ship 1970, (CM-KR 172) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Palabora (merchant ship 1967), #2 (CM-KR 206) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) France, French Liner - (CM-KR 260) Repainted and photographed by Juan Carlos Piro. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Norway, Norwegian Cruise Ship 1999, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 - Launched as the France as a trans-Atlantic passenger liner, the ship subsequently sold to the Norwegian Cruise Lines. The liner was subsequently renamed the Norway and as of 2004 is still in service. (CM-KR-270) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Norwegian Crown, Cruise Ship #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8 - Cruise Liner for the Norwegian Cruise Lines. (CM-KR-272) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Voyager of the Seas (CM-KR-274) Photograph from Juan Carlos Piro.  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Maersk Hamburg, Container Ship, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9 - Modern 52,682 Ton Container Ship for the Maersk Lines (CM-KR-315) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) A'Rosa Blue, #2 - Cruise Ship (CM-KR- 320) Photographs from Jiehui & George Elder of Morning Sunshine Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) A'Rosa Blu, Cruise Ship 2002, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9 - Modern Cruise Ship of 71,800 Tons (CM-KR-320) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Carnival Spirit, Cruise Ship 2001, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9 - Huge Modern Cruise Ship of 85,900 Tons for the Carnival Lines. (CM-KR-330) 
CM-P 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Teia Maru, Japanese AP, 1943, as POW Ship, (CM-P-5) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Roland, #2 - (CM-P-15) German Minelayer 1940, Photograph from Jürgen Hader
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kronprinz Wilhelm, WWI German AMC  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Forrestal CVA-59 1955, The First Super-Carrier - Carlos Marquadt produces a model of USS Forrestal CVA-59 as built 1955. CMP-1010 has all of the original gun positions, as well as yellow deck numerals. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN-71 - This is the USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN-71 of the Nimitz class. It is produced in 1:1250 scale by Carlos Marquadt and is model CMP-1017. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Theodore Roosevelt, CVN (CM-P-1017) Photograph from Juan Carlos Piro.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Admiral Kuznetsov, Russian Carrier, #2, (CM-P-1020) Photograph from Juan Carlos Piro.
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS United States CVA58, Aborted Super-Carrier - (CM-P 1030) CM models has introduced a model of the design of USS United States, the first true super-carrier. Text and photographs by Bob Weymouth.

COLONIA
redball.gif (371 bytes)Viceroy of India, British Liner 1928, (#24)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Mosel, German Submarine Tender, 1936, (#37) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Memel, German Submarine Tender, 1938, (#38) 

COPY
redball.gif (371 bytes) Rurik (Russian Armoured Cruiser, 1892) (CY-01)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Vladimir Monomakh, Russian 2nd Class Cruiser, 1905, #2, #3, #4, (CY-04) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Neptune, French Battleship, 1892, #2, #3, #4, (CY-09) 


DELPHIN
redball.gif (371 bytes) Falke, D-30 Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Maryland, 1923, #2, #3, USN Battleship, D-40 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Ashigara, #2, #3, #4, Japanese CA, 1929, D-35 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hai, Subchaser, East German Navy, D-58 Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS United States, 1921, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, USN Battlecruiser Design, D-65 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Agano, 1943, #2, #3, #4, Japanese Light Cruiser, D-44 

E H
redball.gif (371 bytes) Saida, #2 - Austro-Hungarian Screw Corvette 1887, (EH-7) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 

ENERIS
redball.gif (371 bytes) Nikita, Soviet Icebreaker, (SU-16) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   

FLEETLINE
redball.gif (371 bytes) Quitauna, #2 - British Chemical Tanker 1976 (FZ-70) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Monadnock, 1865 - Union monitor. (F-503) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS St Louis, 1861 - Union river ironclad. (F-504) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS St Louis, 1861 (Two Versions) - Union river iron clad. Versions from Fleetline (F-504) and Navwar (AU-02) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Tippecanoe, 1865 - Union monitor. (F-509) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes)David, Confederate Spar Torpedo Boat - CSS David in 1863. Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
FOERDE
redball.gif (371 bytes) Sperrbrecher 177, Kepler, DKM Mine Destruction Ship(Foerde 41) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) NT-25, Hugo, DKM Net Operating Vessel (Netztender) 1942 (Foerde 84) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Homberg, German Freighter 1939 (Foerde 221a) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   

FUCHS
redball.gif (371 bytes) Shell #42, Oil Barge, (Fu #10)(Photograph by Ingo Hohm)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bugsier 19, Tug, (Fu #19)(Photgraph by Ingo Hohm) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Emin -(Fu #23) German Freighter 1891, Photograph from Jürgen Hader 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Marie Woermann, German Freighter 1887 (Fu #42),  Photograph from Jürgen Hader  
GALERIE MARITIM

redball.gif (371 bytes) St. Cergue, Swiss Freighter 1940, #2 - A special release by Galerie Maritim of an unusual subject, a Swiss freighter. (S-6)  


GEM
redball.gif (371 bytes) Amerigo Vespucci,Training Ship - (GEM 909001) Photograph from Volker Stärk  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Eagle...USCG Sailing Ship (GEM) (Fritz Wagner photo

Granat
redball.gif (371 bytes) CSS Tennessee - Ironclad Ram 1864 (Granat 11) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
Hai
redball.gif (371 bytes) Vice Admiral Popov, Russian Coast Defence Ship, 1877, #2, #3, #4, (Hai-41) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Vice Admiral Popov, Russian Coat Defence Ship 1877 - (Hai-41) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Glatton, Breastwork Monitor, 1872, #2, #3, #4 (Hai-42) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Inflexible, British Turret Ship, 1881, #2, #3, #4, (Hai-165) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Collingwood, British Battleship, 1892, #2, #3, #4, #5, (Hai-167) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) RN Italia, Italian Battleship, 1895, #2, #3, #4, #5, (Hai-168) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Victoria, British Battleship, 1891, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, (Hai-170) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Sable, Great Lakes Training Carrier 1943, #2, #3, #4 - (Hai-178) The USN converted two Great Lakes, side paddle wheelers into training carriers for take off and landing training. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Wolverine, Great Lakes Training Carrier 1943, #2, #3, #4 - (Hai-179) The USN converted two Great Lakes, side paddle wheelers into training carriers for take off and landing training. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Utah, Gunnery Training Ship, Ex-Battleship 1941, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7 - (Hai-187) A forgotten victim of the Pearl Harbor attack was the USS Utah, which was also sunk in the December 7, 1941 raid. The wreck of the Utah is still at Pearl Harbor. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Texas, 2nd Class Battleship 1898, #2, #3, #4 - (Hai-194) Nicknamed "Old Hoodoo" for her reputation as a bad luck ship, the 2nd class battleship USS Texas was a key participant at the Battle of Santiago di Cuba on July 3, 1898. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Giuseppe Garibaldi, Modern Italian Carrier, #2, #3, #4 - (Hai-225) The latest ship of the Italian Navy to carry this name of one of the founders of the modern Italian state is this carrier. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) RN Terribile, Italian Ironclad, 1886, #2, #3, #4, (Hai-227) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Smeroe - Torpedo Boat 1907 Netherlands (Hai-258) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Beowulf, German Training Ship/Auxiliary Minesweeper 1939 (Hai-261) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hugin, German Training Ship/Auxiliary Minesweeper 1939 (Hai-262) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Glatton, British Monitor 1918, #2, #3, #4, (Hai-309) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Puritan, Monitor, 1896, #2, #3, #4, (Hai-310)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Apollo, British 2nd Class Cruiser, 1915, #2, #3, (Hai-322) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Rüegen, #2 - Torpedo Trials Ship 1959, East German Navy (Hai-365) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Charleston, Cruiser, (Hai-409) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS New York ACR-2 (1898), #2  (Hai-415) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Giorgios Averoff, Greek Armored Cruiser 1912 (Hai-440) (Photograph by Jürgen Hader)   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Reina Regente I, Spanish Cruiser 1895 - (Hai-452) Photograph from Jiehui & George Elder of Morning Sunshine Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Medea, British Cruiser 1889 - (Hai-454) Photograph from Jiehui & George Elder of Morning Sunshine Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Radetzky, Austrian Frigate 1854 - (Hai-455) Photograph from Jiehui & George Elder of Morning Sunshine Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Atlanta, Protected Cruiser, 1886, #2, (Hai-486) Photographed by Rob Mackie 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Dreadnought, Turret Ironclad BB 1880, #2, #3 (Hai-456) Photographed by Rob Mackie 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kaiserin Elisabeth, Austrian Steam Frigate 1854 - (Hai-486) Photograph from collectableships.com (MSM) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Midway CV-41 1970, USN Aircraft Carrier - (Hai-543) Hai has produced a 1:1250 scale model of the USS Midway CV-41 as of 1970. Hai 543 has deck marking but does not come with aircraft. . 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Rochambeau (ex USS Dunderberg), Oceangoing Ironclad Screw Frigate, 1870, #2 (Hai-491) Photographed by Rob Mackie
Hammonia
redball.gif (371 bytes) Max Behrend, High Seas Tug 1925 (Ham-4) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bodden, DKM Harbor Tug 1940 (Ham-53) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Dithmarschen - German Customs Vessel 1953 (Ham-60) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Heinrich Hubbe, Icebreaker Tug, Hamburg 1974 (Ham-62) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Eisfuchs, First Icebreaker 1871 (Ham-67) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) L 431, German Army Engineers Heavy Duty Ferry 1957 (Ham-104) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Martina - Krabbenkutter (Shrimp Boat) Germany 1969 (Ham-122) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Argus 2, Argus 2 through Argus 8 1968 inshore salvage tugs. (Ham-126) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Elisabeth - Freighter/Ferry, Germany 1934 (Ham-131) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Falke - Fishing Vessel Cutter, Germany  1975 (SC-29) (Ham-142) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Grief, German Tug 1964 (Ham-159) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Korsfjord, Netztender 47, 1943, German Net Tender (Ham-219) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Castor, Tug 1963. (Ham-248) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bremen - German Heringslogger (Herring  Lugger) 1932 (BV 77) (Ham-347) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   

Hansa 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Niobe, Harbor Defense Ship, 1958, Germany (S-21) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Battle Class Destroyer 1943, Great Britain (S-32) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Lenin, Nuclear Powered Icebreaker, (S-37)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Gneisenau, Training Frigate, Germany (S-46) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Narvik, German Destroyer (S-54) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Krupny, Soviet DD, (S-89)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Wappen von Hamburg (II), (S-95) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bismarck, German Battleship, (S-100)
redball.gif (371 bytes) County Class, British Destroyer, (S-102)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Scharnhorst, 1942, German Battleship (S-105) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Scharnhorst, 1961, #2, (S-108) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Coontz, US Destroyer, (S-113)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Z-12, German Destroyer (S-126) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Z-28, German Destroyer (S-127) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Karlsruhe, German Light Cruiser (S-152) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hamburg, now Maxim Gorki, (S-172)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Z17-19, German Destroyer (S-178)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Z20, German Destroyer (S-179)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Z14-16, German Destroyer (S-180)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Z-9, German Destroyer (S-181) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Stier, (S-191)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Helgoland, Hospital Ship 1966-1972, Saigon & Da Nang (S-192) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Schlesien, German Predreadnought (WW2) (S-204)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Tannenberg, German Minelayer (S-211)
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Blake, British Cruiser 1950s (S-215)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Long Beach, CG, 1962, (S-216)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Jeanne d'Arc, French Aviation Cruiser (S-228)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Z-32, German Destroyer (S-238) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Z52, German Destroyer Plan (S-252) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Nurnberg, German Light Cruiser (S-314)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Leipzig, German Light Cruiser WWII, (S-315)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Seatroll, (S-330) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Wesfalen, (S-350) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Sonne, (S-356) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hessen, German Destroyer, 1978 (S-370) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Long Beach, CG, 1982, (S-388)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Norasia Princess, (S-398) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kiev, Russian Carrier/Cruiser, (S-399)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Moskva, Russian Carrier/Cruiser, (S-400)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Yuri Gagarin, Russian Telemetry and Space Tracking Ship, (S-401)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kynda Class, Russian Rocket Cruiser (RKR), (S-402)
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Ashigara, Japanese Heavy Cruiser, (S-404)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Alabama, Battleship, (S-405)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Saratoga, Carrier, 1945 (S-407) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Queen Elizabeth II, Cunard Liner (2001) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) MTB Assortment
redball.gif (371 bytes) Rembertiturm, (H-70) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Oil Rig, (H-79) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Harbor Set
Helvetia

redball.gif (371 bytes) Chartres, French Ferry 1974 (Hel-35) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Flying Princess, P&O  Boeing Jetfoil 1977 (Hel-38) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Lake Geneva, Steamer 1927-1969 (Hel-47) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 

H&B
redball.gif (371 bytes)
Hikawa Maru, Japanese Hospital Ship, 1945
, (HB 18a)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kojima, Japanese Coast Guard, 2000, #2, #3 (HBM 36) Photographed by Rob Mackie 
redball.gif (371 bytes)
Heian Maru, Japanese AS, 1942
, (HB 18b)
redball.gif (371 bytes)
Yamazuki Maru, Japanese Freighter 1940, #2 - (HB 30)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Yamazuki Maru (IJN Transport 1942)#2, #3 (#HB M30a)
redball.gif (371 bytes)
Queen Ace, Japanese Automobile Transport, 1988, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, (HB C-31)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Shin Sakura Maru 1982, #2, #3 (H&B 35)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Einin Maru 1944, #2, #3 (H&B 33)
H-F
redball.gif (371 bytes) Schamien, German 1902 riverine auxiliary. (HF-15) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Lauting, #2, German Mine Transport Ship 1934 (HF-16a) Photograph by Ingo Holm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kriegsfischkutter, German Auxiliary 1942, #2 - (HF-30bT) Photograph from Jürgen Hader  

HOLSATIA
redball.gif (371 bytes) Fantasy, Modern Cruise Ship - (HOL-25) Photograph from Volker Stärk  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Royal Viking Queen, Cruise Ship - Built in Germany in 1992 for Kloster Group Florida (HOL-31) Photograph from Volker Stärk 

HYDRA
redball.gif (371 bytes) Wischhafen, #2 - Car Ferry, Germany 1988 (Hy-7) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Niedersachsen, Car Ferry connecting Cuxhaven and Brunsbüttel. (Hy-11) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Halladale - British car ferry 1950, (Hy-25) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 

JB
redball.gif (371 bytes) Schnellboot S-1 1932 - (JB 6) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
JW
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ships of Columbus, 1492, JW 46, 47, 48 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Novgorod, Russian Circular Battery, #2, #3 - (JW X1) 

KLAUBAUTERMAN
redball.gif (371 bytes) Frisia II, Passenger Ferry connecting Frisian Islands with mainland. (Kla-4) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Charles De Gaulle, French CVN with Aircraft Set, #2, #3, #4 - (KLA  X5) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Charles De Gaulle, CVN (KLA X5) Photograph from Juan Carlos Piro.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Floreal Class Frigate (France), #2, #3
redball.gif (371 bytes) Montcalm, #2 (modern French frigate, KLA X24)
KM
redball.gif (371 bytes) TA-25, WW2 German Escort, #2, (KM-2)(Photograph by Ingo Hohm)   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Heavy AA Ferry, (KM-24)(Photograph by Ingo Hohm) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Mine  Ferry (KM-25)(Photograph by Ingo Hohm) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) AF-100, Artillery Barge, (KM-30)(Photograph by Ingo Hohm) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) AF-106, Flak Barge, (KM-31)(Photograph by Ingo Hohm) 

KONISHI
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Takao (photograph by Juergen Hader
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Musashi, BB, 1942, #2, #3  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Shinano, CV, 1944, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Akagi, CV, 1941  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Chidori, TB, 1938  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS I-16, SS, 1940  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Zuikaku, CV, 1944  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Soryu, CV, 1939, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Atago, CA, 1943, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Chokai, CA, 1941, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Maya, CA, 1944, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Chikuma, CA, 1941, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS I-400, SS, 1945  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Haruna, BB, 1944, #2, #3  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Hiryu, CV, 1942, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Nagara, CL, 1944  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Kirishima, BB, 1915, #2
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Junyo, CV, 1942
redball.gif (371 bytes) Haguro, Konishi #314, 1930 - depicts the cruiser around 1930 in her as built configuration with one catapult. All photographs are by Chris Daley of 1250ships.com. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Haguro, CA, 1929, #2
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Fuso, BB
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Yamashiro, BB
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Mutsu, BB
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Natori, CL
redball.gif (371 bytes) Tenryu, Konishi #403 - the oldest Japanese cruiser design to see active combat service in World War Two. All photographs are by Chris Daley of 1250ships.com. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Tenryu, CL,1939, #2   
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Kaga, #2, #3
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Hyuga 1944 BB/CV, #2
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Ise BB
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Furutaka, CA 1940, #2 Konishi 316 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Mikuma, Konishi #402, 1937 - depicts that cruiser as built with fifteen 6.1-inch guns. All photographs are by Chris Daley of 1250ships.com. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Mikuma, as built, CL
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Kumano CA
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Mogami, 1944, CA/CV  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Isuzu, CL 1944, #2, Konishi 406 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Agano, CL 1943, #2, #3, Konishi 411 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Kaiyo CVE
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Yura CL
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Kinu CL
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Terutsuki, DD
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Kagero, DD
redball.gif (371 bytes) HIJMS Fubuki, DD
redball.gif (371 bytes) Argentina Maru, Liner 1938, Konishi 909 
LANGTON
redball.gif (371 bytes) Catskill - Passaic Class Monitor, US American Civil War 1865 (ACW-26) Painted and Photographed by Ingo Hohm  

LH

redball.gif (371 bytes) Sirio, Italian Torpedo Boat 1905 (LH-9) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 

LLOYD
redball.gif (371 bytes) Abercraig, Dundee 1937 Harbor Ferry (Lloyd-1) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Tashmoo, #2 - Great Lakes Ferry US 1900 (Lloyd- 15) Photograph by Ingo Hohm
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bima, Dredge, Malaysia, 1980, #2, #3, (Lloyd-19)(Photograph by Ingo Hohm) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Pathfinder, US Oceanic Research Vessel 1911 - (Lloyd-20) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Railroad Ferry Transport, #2, #3, #4 - United States 1880 (Lloyd-31) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
LUNA
redball.gif (371 bytes) R.C. Rickmers, 1906, Five masts plus steam freighter (Luna 65) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Carl Vinnen, 1922, #2, Five masted Windjammer (Luna 71) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Prinz Eitel Friedrich, 1909, #2, Three masted, full rigged sailing ship (Luna 88) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) H. Bischoff, 1890, #2, Four masted Windjammer (Luna 90) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Moshulu - Four masted Windjammer painted and detailed by Joachim Thiel in a Luna drydock.

MARU
redball.gif (371 bytes) Aasenfjord Salvage Tug, Germany 1944 (Maru-29) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Sundalsfjord, German Tug 1944 (Maru-29a) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Albatros, B-1039, Ex-Zwarte Zee, German Tug 1940 (Maru-31) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 

 

MB Models    
redball.gif (371 bytes) Alsace, 1940 French Battleship Design, MB Models 1:1250 scale, MBM008K - MB Models produces a 1:1250 scale model of the Alsace 1940 French battleship design with a resin hull and white metal turrets, superstructure and other equipment. The master casting was prepared by John Youngerman
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Langley 1942, Seaplane Tender/Aircraft Transport, MB Models 1:1250 Scale - MB Models has two 1:1250 scale models of USS Langley AV-3 as she appeared in 1942. One is kit form, requiring assembly and painting. However, they also have an assembled painted version, as shown here.
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Adamant, British Submarine Depot Ship 1941 - If the British submarine is neglected, how much more so is the auxiliary that kept those submarines operational? Martin Brown of MB Models has produced a 1:1250 scale model of the last of the World War Two submarine depot tenders, the HMS Adamant
redball.gif (371 bytes) Weapons Class, Royal Navy Radar Picket 1963 - MB Models produces a 1:1250 scale model of the Weapons Class Radar Picket. The model is composed of a resin hull with white metal masts, weapons and fittings. 

MERCATOR
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ships of Columbus, 1492, M-2a, b, c 
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Cormoran, German Cruiser, 1890, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Geier, German Cruiser, 1890, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, AMC of WWI  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Seeadler, WWI German Raider  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Atlantis, AMC of WWII  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Westfalen, German Seaplane Tender, 1940, #2, #3, #4 (M-74) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Friedrich Breme, 1940, German AO (M-76) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Altmark, German AO, 1939 (M-77) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kriegsfischkutter, German Auxiliary 1944 - (M-192) Photograph from Jürgen Hader  
redball.gif (371 bytes) UJ 2221, #2 - German Submarine Hunter 1943 (M-194), Photograph from Jürgen Hader   
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Majestic, 1898, British Battleship, #2 (M-201) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Thule 1893 - Swedish Ironclad (M-212) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ulf 1873 - Swedish Ironclad (M-221) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Nile, 1892, British Battleship, #2 (M-251) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Tsarevitch, 1904, (Model Circa 1970), #2, #3, #4  (M-301)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Tsarevitch, 1906, Post Russo-Japanese War (M-301A) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Retvizan, 1900, Russian Battleship (M-303)) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Imperator Nikolai I, 1893, Russian Battleship (M-304) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Oslyabya, 1901, Russian Battleship (M-305) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Sissoi Veliki, 1894, Russian Battleship (M-306) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Apraxin, 1895, Russian Coast Defense Battleship (M-310) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Varyag, 1899 Russian Protected Cruiser (M-312) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Askold, 1900, Russian Protected Cruiser, (M-320) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kaiser Wilhelm Der Grosse 1897, #2, #3, #4 - The first great liner from Norddeutscher Lloyd (NDL) North German Lloyd. For the first time a German Liner seized the Blue Riband from British liners. Blue Riband holder 5 April 1898 to 12 July 1900. 14,349 tons (M-401) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) America, 1940, American Liner, #2 (M-413) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kaiser Wilhelm II 1903, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 - The largest of liners from Norddeutscher Lloyd (NDL) North German Lloyd of the German Decade of the Blue Riband, the Kaiser Wilhelm II never held the Blue Riband (West Bound Crossing). She did hold the eastbound record from 20 June 1904 to 24 October 1907. 19,341 tons (M-416) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) France IV, 1912, French Passenger Liner (M-417)
redball.gif (371 bytes) RMS Berengaria, British Liner, Cunard 1922-1938, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7 - In service in 1913 for HAPAG as the Imperator, she was the largest ship in the world from 1913 to 1914. Seized after World War One by the British government, she was sold to Cunard Lines. Cunard renamed the liner Berengaria, after the queen of Richard the Lionheart. (M-418A) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kronprinz Wilhelm 1901, #2, #3, #4, #5 - The second of the Blue Riband holders from Norddeutscher Lloyd (NDL) North German Lloyd. Kronprinz Wilhelm held the record from 16 September 1902 until 8 September 1903. 14,908 tons (M-426) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Britannic, 1938, British Liner (M-495) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Friesland, German Seaplane Tender, 1938, #2, #3 (M-515) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Schwabenland, German Seaplane Tender, 1937, #2, #3, #4 (M-516) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ostmark, German Seaplane Tender, 1938 (M-518) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Rex, Italia Lines Passenger Liner, 1933-1945, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7 - The Rex was built as the premier passenger liner for the Italia Lines. She was the holder of the Blue Riband from August 16, 1933 until June 3, 1935, when the title was taken by the Normandie. (M-568) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Giulio Cesare, Italian Liner, (M-914) Photograph from Juan Carlos Piro.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Oriana, Liner, #2 - (M-933) Repainted and photographed by Juan Carlos Piro. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Sun Princess, Liner - (M-937) Repainted and photographed by Juan Carlos Piro.  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Sea Princess. Liner - (M-937b) Photograph from collectableships.com (MSM) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Grand Princess, Liner - (M-941) Repainted and photographed by Juan Carlos Piro.  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Aurora, Liner - (M-947) Repainted and photographed by Juan Carlos Piro.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Jaime I, Spanish Battleship, #2 - Joachim Thiel added detail and painted the Spanish battleship, Jaime I, to portray her as she served in the Republican side in the Spanish Civil War. 

 

MOUNTFORD

redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Malta, Heavy Carrier Design 1945, Mountford 1:1250 Scale - Both the USN and RN came a melding of design philosophies for large carrier designs late in the war. For the USN it was the large armored Midway class, whose first unit arrived shortly after the war had ended. For the RN the result was the Malta class whose units never did arrive. Mountford produces a 1:1250 scale resin and white metal of HMS Malta
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Ajax 1942, Leander Class Light Cruiser, Mountford 1:1250 Scale (MM112K) - Mountford produces a resin and white metal model of HMS Ajax as she appeared in 1942. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Oriskany 1960, Attack Aircraft Carrier, Mountford 1:1250 Scale (MM250K) - Mountford Models has two versions of USS Oriskany in 1:1250 scale. One is the fully assembled and painted resin model consistent with traditional standard 1:1250 scale practice but the other version is in kit form at a lower price.


MICHAEL KELM
redball.gif (371 bytes) Containership, Germany - (MK-009) Photograph by Volker Stärk   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Containership, Holland - (MK-011) Photograph by Volker Stärk   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Martha Fisser - (MK-012a) Photograph by Volker Stärk  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Zouzou - (MK-015) Photograph by Volker Stärk   
NAUTIC - ART 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Type VIIC U-Boat in Heavy Seas - This is an unusual subject, or rather it is an unusual manner in which to present a well known subject. Rather than have a pristine Type VIIC U-Boat, fresh from the yard with a brand new coat of paint, Nautic-Art shows the boat in heavy seas. 
NAVWAR
redball.gif (371 bytes) CSS Arkansas 1862 - Confederate Mississippi River ironclad, Defender of Vicksburg, (AC-52) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) CSS Baltic - Confederate Ironclad (AC-55) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) CSS Georgia - Confederate Floating Battery (AC-61) Photograph by Ingo Hohm
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS St Louis 1861 - Union river iron clad (AU-02) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS St Louis, 1861 (Two Versions) - Union river iron clad. Versions from Fleetline (F-504) and Navwar (AU-02) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Eastport - Union river iron clad (AU-06) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Camanche - Passaic Class Monitor USN 1865 American Civil War (AU-13) Painted and Photographed by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Casco- USN Monitor 1864 American Civil War (AU-21) Painted and Photographed by Ingo Hohm   

NAVIS
redball.gif (371 bytes) Deutschland 1906, #2, #3 (Navis 10N) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hagen, German Coast Defense Battleship 1910, #2, (NM-15n) (Photograph by Juergen Hader)   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kaiser Wilhelm II, German Battleship 1910 (NM-17n) (Photograph by Juergen Hader)   
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Ersatz Yorck, German Battlecrusier Plan, 1920, #2, #3,  (NM-20n)(photograph by Juergen Hader  
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Seydlitz 1913, #2, #3 (Navis 25N)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Scharnhorst 1907, #2 (NM-31S)
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Emden II, German Light Cruiser 1916, Navis N41n - Navis has released a new (neu) pattern Emden II (N41n) in their ongoing improvement program for the entire line. The detail on Neu pattern models is tremendous and that of Emden II is no exception. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Brummer, German Light Cruiser/Minelayer 1916, #2, (NM-42n) (Photograph by Juergen Hader)   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Karlshruh 1914 - German Light Cruiser (NM-46n)   Photographs from Jiehui & George Elder of Morning Sunshine Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Nurnberg 1914, German Light Cruier in East Asiatic Squadron Colors - Navis produces two versions of the Nurnberg. This is # 50S in the white and buff colors of the German East Asiatic Squadron. The other version is #50, in gray war paint, as she appeared at the Battles of Coronel and the Falkland Islands. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Hohenzollern, Imperial Yacht, 1911, #2, #3, #4, (NM-87n)(photograph by Juergen Hader  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Africa 111N, #2, #3, #4   (battleship, 1906)
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Lion 1915, #2, #3 (Navis 124N)
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Defence, Armored Cruiser 1908, Navis 1:1250 Scale N160N - This was the final Royal Navy armored cruiser design, the Minotaur class of the 1904 program with all large guns in turrets. The Minotaur Class consisted of three cruisers, HMS Minotaur, HMS Defence and HMS Shannon. All three were laid down in 1905. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Defence 130N , #2, #3   (armoured cruiser, 1908)
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Glatton (Monitor 1918)#2 (Navis 188N)
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Cardiff, Ceres Class Light Cruiser, 1917, #2, #3 (Navis NM-140aN) Photographed by Rob Mackie 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Schley DD-103 (Wickes Class), 1918, #2, #3 (NM-360N) Photographed by Rob Mackie 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Colorado, US Battleship 1920, Navis #300N This model by Navis portrays the USS Colorado as she appeared upon completion. Three of these ships were the last battleships to be completed for the USN before the start of World War Two.  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Colorado 1923, #2, #3, #4, #5 (NM 300)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Maine 1895, #2 (N-318)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Borodino, Russian Battleship 1905, Navis N612A - Navis has produced a new model of the Borodino N612A, which is painted in the striking black and yellow scheme worn by the Borodino at the Battle of Tsushima.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Oslyabya (Russian BB, 1904) (615N) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Askold, Russian Protected Cruiser 1904, Navis N643 - Navis produces a model of this handsome ship. The Navis Askold (N643) is painted in the striking Pacific Squadron scheme of white with yellow funnels. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Viribus Unitis, Austrian Battleship, 1912, #2, #3, (NM-701)(photograph by Juergen Hader)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) F82...Austro-Hungarian DD, 1914 (Navis 761N)
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Ulan, #2, #3, #4, Austro-Hungarian Destroyer, 1907 (NM-763N)(photograph by Juergen Hader)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Mowe, WWI German Raider  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Wolf, WWI German Raider  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Furst Bismarck, #2

NEPTUN
redball.gif (371 bytes) Admiral Hipper 1940, Neptun Model 1:1250 Scale, Neptun Model 1032 - Neptun Model 1032 represents Admiral Hipper in 1940, after she had received the "Atlantik" bow and addition of stack cap but before the numerous anti-aircraft additions or camouflages schemes applied later when she spent a great deal of time in the fjords of Norway. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Admiral Graf Spee, Panzershiffe 1939, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 - (N-1033T) with camouflage paint scheme. Photographs from Jürgen Hader  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Admiral Scheer, Panzershiffe, (N-1034T) with camouflage paint scheme. Photograph from Juan Carlos Piro.
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Lutzow, Heavy Cruiser, #2, #3, #4 - (N-1035) Originally named the Deutschland and the first of the Panzershiffes, the ship was renamed Lutzow and reclassified as a heavy cruiser. Painted and detailed by Paul Jacobs.
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T-12, German Torpedo Boat, 1943
, (N-1068) with camouflage paint scheme (photograph by Juergen Hader) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) T-13, German Torpedo Boat, 1942, (N-1068a) with camouflage paint scheme (photograph by Juergen Hader)
redball.gif (371 bytes) T-11, German Torpedo Boat, 1942, (N-1068t) with camouflage paint scheme (photograph by Juergen Hader) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS King George V, #2, #3, #4, #5 - (N-1101) From Morning Sunshine Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Duke of York 1943 - (N-1101C) Neptun N-1101C is the Duke of York variant of the King George V class RN battleship. The model reflects her appearance in December 1943 when she sank Scharnhorst. As always Neptun provides an incredible amount of detail in their product with all of the fine detail expected of this world leading producer. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Rodney, #2, #3 (N-1102T) with camouflage paint scheme (photograph by Juergen Hader
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Royal Sovereign, #2, #3, (N-1103a)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Queen Elizabeth, #2, #3, #4, #5,1943 (N-1104) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Warspite, #2, #3, #4, (N-1104b) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Malaya, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, 1943 (N-1105) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Barham, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, 1941 (N-1105a) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Hood 1941, #2, #3  (N 1110S)
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Furious, British Carrier, 1941, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8 - (N-1117) From Morning Sunshine Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Furious, Carrier, 1941, #2, (N-1117)(photograph by Juergen Hader)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Courageous 1939, #2, #3, #4, #5 - (N-1119) British Carrier converted from WWI Light Battlecruiser. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS York 1939, #2, #3, #4, #5 - (N-1131) First Type B British Heavy Cruiser. With six instead of eight 8-inch (205mm) guns and a lighter displacement compared to the Type A County Class, the Type B heavy cruiser was designed to be an effort to get more cruisers for a shrinking defense budget. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Norfolk 1941, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 - (N-1132) Famous County Class heavy cruiser. Involved in hunting Bismarck and the Battle of the North Cape against Scharnhorst. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Berwick 1941, #2, #3, #4 - (N-1134b) One of the original Kent Class of the County Class heavy cruisers, which had prominent waterline bulges. Subsequently modified to add a prominent hangar to the rear amidships. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Edinburgh 1941, #2, #3, #4 (N-1142a)
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Manchester, CL, 1941, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7  (N-1143) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Wivern, V-W Class Destroyer, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8 - The V-W Class of RN destroyers were built at the end of World War One. Large numbers were still serving with the Royal Navy throughout World War Two. (N-1169c) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Emerald, E Class Light Cruiser, Neptun N-1147 - Neptun Model produces a 1941 fit of HMS Emerald N-1147 before the addition of the pom-poms and twin 20mm mounts. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Emerald, "E" Class Light Cruiser, 1939, #2, #3 (Neptun N-1147)  Photographed by Rob Mackie 
redball.gif (371 bytes) IJN BB Yamato 1945, #2, #3 (N 1201)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ise, Japanese Battleship-Carrier, 1944-1945, Neptun 1203 - With N1203 Neptun produces the Ise in her Battle of Leyte Gulf appearance with the rocket launchers flanking the aft flight deck. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Fuso, Japanese Battleship 1936, Neptun 1204 Known for her towering pagoda superstructure, Fuso was the first Japanese battleship to mount 14-inch guns. These are photographs of Neptun #1204 of Fuso in 1936.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Yamashiro, Japa nese Battleship, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 - (N-1204a) From Morning Sunshine Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) IJN BB Yamashiro, #2
redball.gif (371 bytes) IJN Zuikaku, Japanese Carrier, 1944, #2, (N-1213a) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) IJN Zuikaku, Japanese Carrier 1944, With Camouflage Scheme, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7 - (N-1213aT) Photographs from Jürgen Hader
redball.gif (371 bytes) IJN Kaga 1939, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9 (N 1218)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Shoho, Light Aircraft Carrier, Neptun 1226 - Shoho holds the distinction of being the first Japanese aircraft carrier lost during World War Two. She was involved in operations against New Guinea, which resulted in the Battle of the Coral Sea. On May 7, 1942 a strike from USS Yorktown CV-5 found Shoho and quickly sent her to the bottom with bombs and torpedoes. Her sinking was marked with the phrase "Scratch one flattop!" Neptun #1226 is the Shoho during her very brief carrier as a carrier from January to May 1942. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) IJN Mogami CA/CV 1944, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8 - After the Battle of Midway in which the heavy cruiser Mogami was heavily damaged, the cruiser was refitted with a seaplane deck in place of the aft two turrets. She was lost at Surigao Strait in this fit. (N-1231) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) IJN DD Yoizuki, 1945, #2 (N-1262A) Photographed by Rob Mackie 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hibiki, #2, Japanese Destroyer, 1940, (N-1268)(photograph by Juergen Hader)
redball.gif (371 bytes) IJN Akitsushima, Japanese Seaplane Tender, 1943, #2, (N-1294)(photograph by Juergen Hader)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS New Jersey BB-62 (1944), #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 (N 1300b)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS South Dakota BB-57, 1944, #2, #3, #4 (N 1301a)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS North Carolina, #2 BB-55, 1945 (N 1302)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Tennessee BB-43 (1944), #2, #3  (N 1304)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS California BB-44 (1944) - One of the newest models from Neptun is the USS California BB-44 (N-1304a) after she appeared after her major reconstruction from 1942 to 1942. With her new appearance she has far greater beam and is loaded down with 20mm Oerlikon and 40mm Bofor AA guns. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS New Mexico, #2 BB-40, 1945 (N 1305a)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Mississippi, #2, 1945 (N 1305b) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Arizona BB-39, #2, #3, #4 (N 1306)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Arizona BB-39 (N-1306) The Neptun USS Arizona is placed in a scenic diorama by Hans Dorlas
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Ticonderoga CV-14 - A modified design of the Essex class aircraft carrier was called the Long-Hull Essex. As constructed, the bulk of the Essex Class were in the long hull category. The 888-feet long-hull variant was found on Ticonderoga CV-14. Neptun produces a model of the Ticonderoga (N-1310b). 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Lafayette, #2, #3, #4, Converted by Paul Jacobs from Princeton CVL (N-1311) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Commencement Bay CVE-105, #2, #3, #4 (N 1320)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Indianapolis (1945) (N-1 334)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Chicago CA-29 1940#2, #3, #4 (N 1335)  Photographs from Jiehui & George Elder of Morning Sunshine Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Pensacola, #2 - US Heavy Cruiser (N-1336) Photographs from Jiehui & George Elder of Morning Sunshine Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Salt Lake City, #2, #3 (heavy cruiser,1944, N1336A)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Columbia CL-56 (Cleveland Class 1945), #2, #3 (N 1340a) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Nashville, #2, #3 (Brooklyn class light cruiser, 1943, N1342B) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Walke, Modified Sumner Class Destroyer - Paul Jacobs modified the original Sumner Class model. (N-1360)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Fletcher DD-445 (1943), #2, #3  (N-1361T)  Photographed by Rob Mackie 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Avocet, Minesweeper, #2, #3 - (N-1384) From Morning Sunshine Models
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Bayfield 1945 (Attack Transport APA-33), #2, #3, #4   (N 1392)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Cimarron AO-22 Fleet Oiler 1943,, #2, #3 (N 1393a)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Richelieu, #2, #3, French Battleship, 1940, (N-1401)(photograph by Juergen Hader)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Richelieu (N-1401) Photograph from Juan Carlos Piro.
redball.gif (371 bytes) Jeanne de Vienne, French Light Cruiser 1937, #2 - Additional details, painting and placed into a diorama by Paul Jacobs. (N-1441) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Roma, Italian Battleship, #2 (N-1500) with camouflaged paint scheme. Photograph from Juan Carlos Piro.
redball.gif (371 bytes) RN Littorio (N-1501T) with camouflage paint scheme (photograph by Juergen Hader
redball.gif (371 bytes) Giuseppe Miraglia, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 - Italian Seaplane Carrier 1939 (N-1520), Photographs from Jürgen Hader
 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Navigatore Class Italian Destroyer, 1943, #2, #3, #4, with camouflage paint scheme(N-1562T)(photograph by Juergen Hader)   
redball.gif (371 bytes) RN Lampo, Italian Destroyer, 1943, #2, #3, with camouflage paint scheme (N-1563aT) (photograph by Juergen Hader)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Oktyabrskaya Revolutsiya, Russian Battleship, 1939, #2, #3, (N-1601)(photograph by Juergen Hader)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kormoran, WWII German Raider, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Michel, WWII German Raider, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Stier, WWII German Raider, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Orion, WWII German Raider, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Thor, WWII German Raider, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Atlantis, WWII German Raider  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Komet, WWII German Raider  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Akron, USN Dirigible 1931, #2, #3, (NL-3)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Chicago CG-11, Missile Cruiser 1965 N2338 -  The USS Albany, Chicago and Columbus were modern razees from two Baltimore and one Oregon City cruisers. They were taken in hand and razeed to the weather deck with a towering superstructure and Tartar SAM mounts. 
NOORDZEE
redball.gif (371 bytes) Niew Amsterdam (l), 1906 (Nz 11)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Niew Amsterdam (ll), (Nz 21B) Situation 1938
redball.gif (371 bytes) Nieuw Amsterdam, Dutch Liner as Troopship, 1944, NZ-23 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Boissevain, Liner, Scenic Diorama by Hans Dorlas. (NZ-30a) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Boschfontein 1934, #2 (NZ-50)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kota Radja 1927 (NZ-74)  (Noordzee photo)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kota Radja 1942 (NZ-74a) (Noordzee photo)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kota Inten, as built 1927 (NZ-75) (Noordzee photo)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kota Inten, #2, #3 after conversion to troop ship by US WSA(NZ-76) (#4,Noordzee photo)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kota Inten 1950, Freighter/Passenger Ship, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7 - (Nz 77) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kota Inten (NZ-77 & NZ-78) (Noordzee photo) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kota Baroe, #2 - Dutch merchant 1929 (NZ-81) and as wartime transport 1944 (NZ-82) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Boschfontein 1944 (Noordzee photo)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Johan Van Oldenbarnevelt 1934  (Noordzee photo)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Johan Van Oldenbarnevelt 1944  (Noordzee photo)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Klipfontein 1943 (Noordzee photo)

OPTATUS
redball.gif (371 bytes) Henri IV 1899 (OPT 8)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ushio, IJN DD, 1935 (OPT S-15), #2 Photographed by Rob Mackie 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Columbus CG-12, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 (Optatus S9B)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Truxton (OPT-S 13)
OSTROWSKI
redball.gif (371 bytes) Smit Nederland, #2 - Dutch Tug 1979 (Ost-58) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
PAPERLAB 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Phelps DD-360 - Article and photographs by Thomas Schröder.
PIER HEAD MODELS
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ben my Chree, 1927, #2, #3, #4, #5 - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ben my Chree, 1934, #2, #3 - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ben my Chree, Troopship, #2, #3 - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bidston, Mersey Ferry, #2, #3 - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bidston & Prenton, Mersey Ferries - Photograph from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Birkenhead, Mersey Paddle Wheel Ferry - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Coleen Bawn, Railway Steamer of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Company - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Lady of Mann 1930, Irish Sea Ferry, #2, #3, #4, #5 - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Lady of Mann 1934, Irish Sea Ferry, #2 - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Lady of Mann 1960, Irish Sea Ferry - Photograph from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Lancashire, Mersey Ferry - Photograph from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Lancashire & Storeton, Mersey Ferries - Photograph from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Mona's Queen (3), Irish Sea Ferry 1934, #2, #3 - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Mona's Queen (3), WWII Troopship 1940, #2 - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) St. Seiriol, Welsh Coastal Cruise Ship, #2, #3 - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Throstlegarth, Rhea Tug - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) St. Trillo, Welsh Coastal Cruise Ship, #2 - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Upton, River Mersey Ferry - Photograph from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Xanthus, Blue Funnel Lines Oil Separation Vessel - Photographs from Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models.
redball.gif (371 bytes) The Castle Sisters; Rushen Castle PHF-16, Peel Castle PHF-17, Ramsey PHF-18 - Chris Hankin of Pier Head Models sent in these photographs and commentary of three Castle Sisters. These are the "Castle sisters" of the IOMSP. They originated as three of the series of seven "Duke" sisters of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. All saw distinguished war service in WW I.  
POSEIDON
redball.gif (371 bytes) Sua Kamron Sindhu - Siamese Torpedo Boat 1937 (Pos-58) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
QUADRANT
redball.gif (371 bytes) Cassard, French Escourteur, 1961, Q3a
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bouvet, French Escourteur, 1956, #2, Q4 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Foudre, French LSD, 1991, #2, #3, Q19  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Lafayette, Ex-Normandie, Troop Transport - (Q25) Most would agree that the Normandie was one of, if not the most beautiful passenger liners ever created. She was in New York when France fell to the German Army and the USN decided to convert her to a troop transport, renamed as Lafayette. Tragically she caught fire at the New York pier and capsized under the weight of water pumped into her to fight the fire. Photographs from Ulrich Rudofsky. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Charles De Gaulle 1999, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8. #9 - (Q 26) French nuclear aircraft carrier, limited production model. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Shangri-La USA CVA 1957, #2, #3, #4, #5 - (Q 27) Modernized Essex Class Carrier 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Franklin Delano Roosevelt (CV), #2, #3
redball.gif (371 bytes)USS Newport News (CA), 1966, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Delta III, Soviet Ballistic Missile Submarine 1975 - Alain Picouet of Quadrant Models had a large number of USN and Soviet subs at the NYC 1250 scale meeting. The one pictured attached is the 1975 Soviet DELTA III Ballistic Missile Submarine. Photographs by Ulrich Rudofsky. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Redoutable, French Nuclear Submarine, Quadant, Photographs by Ulrich Rudofsky - Among the long list of superb submarine models presently launched or "under construction" by Alain Picouet (QUADRANT) is the French Marine Nationale REDOUTABLE (1967). This finely made, hand-painted model is illustrated here. The French submarine is a museum ship in Cherbourg.
RG
redball.gif (371 bytes) Cormoran, WWI German AMC  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Otway 1914 (armed merchant cruiser), #2, #3
RHENANIA
redball.gif (371 bytes) Yazoo - USN Monitor 1864, American Civil War (Rhe-20) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Dupuy de Lome, 1892, French Armored Cruiser, #36 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Pothuau, 1893, French Armored Cruiser, #66 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Prinz Eitel Friedrich, WWI German AMC
redball.gif (371 bytes) Isle of Jersey, British Hospital Ship 1939, #2, #3, #4 - (GLR-18b) Photograph from Jürgen Hader 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kronstadt, #2 (GLR-20)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Riga, #2 (GLR-21) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Svjatogor, #2 (GLR-22)
redball.gif (371 bytes) S-19...German Torpedo Boat, 1914, #2  (RS-46)
redball.gif (371 bytes) American Civil War Monitor DICTATOR 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Breslau, Sternwheeler 1909 (RH-50) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Giulio Giorani, #2, #3, #4, #5 - Italian Oiler 1939 in Merchant Livery (RH-71) Photograph by Chris Daley 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Giulio Giorani, #2, #3, #4, #5 - Italian Oiler 1942 in Camouflage with Fake Funnel (RH-71b) Photograph by Chris Daley 
redball.gif (371 bytes) De Ruyter, 1940, #2 Dutch Light Cruiser #77 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Casco - USN Monitor 1864 American Civil War (Rhe-79) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Dictator - USN Monitor 1864 American Civil War (Rhe-80) Photograph by Ingo Hohm   
redball.gif (371 bytes) Comparison Photograph, Rhenania Casco, Dictator & Navwar Casco - USN Monitors 1864 American Civil War (Rhe-79, Rhe-80, Au-21) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Vastergotland, #2, #3, #4, #5 - Swedish Submarine1987 (RHE-83) Photograph by Chris Daley  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Nordensjold, #2 Swedish Destroyer 1940 (RH-87-2) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Gotland, Swedish Cruiser 1938, #2 - (RH-90) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Gotland (Swedish Cruiser 1941), #2 (RH-90)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Sjolejonet, Swedish Submarine, 1939, #2, (RH-97)(photograph by Juergen Hader)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Vidette 1918 (V&W class DD) RS 103 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Isle of Guernsey, British Landing Ship 1944, #2, #3, #4 - (RS-105T) Photograph from Jürgen Hader
redball.gif (371 bytes) Isle of Guernesy as LSI, #2 (RS 105) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Winnetou, #2, #3, #4, #5 - German Oiler 1935 (RHE-118) Photograph by Chris Daley  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Mode, Swedish Destroyer 1942, #2, (RH-130/29) (Photograph by Juergen Hader) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Gelderland (Dutch cruiser early 1900's) , #2 (RHE 134) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Gelderland, Netherlands Cruiser - Placed in diorama by Hans Dorlas (RH-134) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Wolf, Destroyer, Netherlands 1912, #2, #3 (RH-135) Photographed by Rob Mackie 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Wolf, Netherlands Destroyer - Placed in diorama by Hans Dorlas (RH-135) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hansa Lyon, #2, #3, #4, #5 - Netherlands Coaster 2001 (RHE-138) Photograph by Chris Daley  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Nedlloyd Delft (container ship 1997), #2 RH-149
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hela (RS 540) and V.D. Groeben (RSKM 40), #2, #3
redball.gif (371 bytes) Giulio Giordani (Italian tanker, civilian colors)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Giulio Giordani, #2 (Italian tanker in WW2 camo, false funnel) RHE 718
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bogatyr (Russian cruiser 1902, RH-LIZ 3W) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Shieldhall, 1955, British sludge/sewage transport with passenger accommodation (RH-LIZ 7) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Norman (passenger liner, 1894, RH-LIZ 10A)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Teutonic, #2, #3 (passenger, 1889, RH-LIZ 15) 
RHENANIA JUNIOR
redball.gif (371 bytes) Damen Multicat 2510 Workboat 1995 - (Rhenania Junior 18) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Neptun 5 Workboat - (Rhenania Junior 21) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
RISAWOLESKA
redball.gif (371 bytes) Joh. Gorthon 1947, 2, #3 (RI 62) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) King Olav (RI 30B)  (Photo Copyright Burkhard Schütt) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Trinidad (RI 59)  (Photo Copyright Burkhard Schütt) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Nils Holgersons (RI 67)  (Photo Copyright Burkhard Schütt) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Peruvian Reefer (RI 69)  (Photo Copyright Burkhard Schütt) 
RS-KM
redball.gif (371 bytes) Togo, German Minelayer, 1940, #2, (RSKM-3)(photograph by Juergen Hader)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Togo, #2...German WW2 fighter director ship (RSKM 5)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Winnetou, German Oiler 1939, (RSKM-13) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Widder, German Raider 1940, #2, #3, #4, #5 - (RSKM-14) Photograph from Chris Daley 
redball.gif (371 bytes) German Anti-Aircraft (AA) Barge 1942, #2, #3 - (RSKM-22t) Photograph from Chris Daley 
redball.gif (371 bytes) AF-106 Heavily Armed Barge 1945 (RSKM-31)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hai, #2 German Destroyer Tender 1942 (RSKM-39)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Raule, #2, German Depot/Repair Ship, 1940, (RSKM-42) (photographs by Juergen Hader)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Pinguin, WWII German AMC  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Widder, WWII German AMC  

ROSTOCKER SCHIFFSMINIATUREN (RSM)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Northwest Shearwater - (RSM-1305) Photograph from Volker Stärk  

SANTA ROSA
redball.gif (371 bytes) Fairmile D MGB - Based on Figurehead CB24 kit. (SR-32a) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 

SARATOGA MODEL SHIPYARD
redball.gif (371 bytes) George Washington, Coastal Passenger Ship, 1928 - (SMY 03) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) George Washington, AP, 1943, (SMY-3a) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Amiens (SMY 04) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Goliath (SMY 06)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Laborieux (SMY 07)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kanawha AO-1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6  (SMY 08)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Melville, AD-2, 1938, #2 (SMY-10) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Six-fours (SMY 11)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Vestal, AR, 1938, (SMY-12) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Chateaurenault, #2, #3 - French Cruiser painted by Paul Jacobs in the turn of the century black and white French paint scheme. (SMY 13) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Chateaurenault  (SMY 13) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Antares, AK 1940 - (SMY 16) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Condor, USN Minesweeper 1937 - (SMY 17) Photograph from Jiehui & George Elder of Morning Sunshine Models  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Salinas, AO 1938, #2, #3 - USN Oiler (SMY 18) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Nitro AE-2, #2 (photographed by Ulrich Rudofsky)


Scherbak Ship Models


redball.gif (371 bytes) RMS Queen Mary 2, Cunard Liner, With Extended Bridge Wings, Scherbak Ship Models 1:1250 Scale - Scherbak Ship Models has two highly detailed 1:1250 scale models of the Queen Mary 2. One version is in here appearance as originally entering service with Cunard. The second version, seen here is of the Queen Mary 2 after she was fitted with bridge wing extensions presenting her present day appearance. 
Schoenmakers

redball.gif (371 bytes) Aak - Photograph from Thorsten Frohberg 

Seavee Models
redball.gif (371 bytes) San Giorgio (Italian Amphibious Assault Ship, 1988), #2, #3, #4, #5 (SVX-5)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Triton, British Experimental Ship, #2 (SVX-14)
redball.gif (371 bytes) Apache, AT, #2 - (SVX-17) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Sir Tristram, #2 - (SVM-507B)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Adept, RMAS Tug - Great Britain 1980 (SV-509) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Arakan, #2 - British Landing Ship 1978 (SVM-513) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Stromboli (Italian Armed Replenishment Ship, 1976), #2, #3, #4, #5, #6
redball.gif (371 bytes) US Navy Tug (YTB), #2 (Photographed by Kurt Greiner)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Zumwalt DD-21, #2 -  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Gloucester, Type 42 British DD, #2 -  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Savannah, Modern USN AOR - Limited Edition Model  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Sea Shadow (USN Experimental Ship) (Photographed by Kurt Greiner) 

Sextant
redball.gif (371 bytes) Millenium, Paddlewheeler (Sextant 2 2) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Governor Miller - (Sextant 58) Photograph from Volker Stärk  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Meerwal, Dutch Hopper Suction Dredge, 1973 (Sextant 71) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Nanny, Tanker, (Sextant 85)(Photograph from Ingo Hohm) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Royal Kipper, 1987, Dutch freighter (Sextant 111) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Northern Star, 1986, Dutch freighter (Sextant 112) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Saga Kanya, 1983, #2, Indian Research Vessel (Sextant 147) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Polonia, Ferry 1995, #2, #3, #4, #5, (Sextant 155)(Photograph from Ingo Hohm) 

Star
redball.gif (371 bytes) CSS David, Spar Torpedo Boat 1862 -(Star 102) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Perry, American Civil War - (Star 106) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ironclad Dummy, American Civil War - (Star 123) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Choctaw - Union River Ironclad (Star 127) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Curtis, Balloon Barge 1863 - (Star 130) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Albemarle, Confederate Ironclad - (Star 133) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Essex 1862, #2 - Union River Ironclad (Star 136) Photographs by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Chickasaw, Union Double Turreted Monitor - (Star 152) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Lafayette, Union River Ironclad - (Star 155) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  

Superior
redball.gif (371 bytes)A-150 Type 798 "Super" Yamato with 6-20inch guns - (J109) Photograph from Bob Weymouth.
redball.gif (371 bytes) No. 13, Japanese Battleship Design of 1921 - (J110) The design for the last four battleships to be built in the Japanese 8-8 program. Photograph from Wayne Smith. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) A 140, Japanese Battleship Design of 1935 - (J111) Bob Weymouth has painted and photographed his model of the A 140 1935 Japanese battleship design. 
 
redball.gif (371 bytes) A140A2, Japanese Battleship Design - (J112) Another 68,000 ton design preceding the eventual Yamato design. Photographs by Bob Weymouth. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Fujimoto 1930 IJN Battleship Design - (J114) The Fujimoto design carries their secondary guns both fore and aft of the main battery turrets, two forward and for aft. A catapult is mounted atop C turret. Photographs by Bob Weymouth. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hiraga 1930 IJN Battleship Design - (J115) The Hiraga design carries her secondary guns in mixed arrangement: 4 twin turrets and eight single casemate mounts. Photographs by Bob Weymouth. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kitakami - Japanese Torpedo Cruiser (Photographs by Bob Weymouth) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Mogami - Japanese CA/CV 1944 (Photographs by Bob Weymouth) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Invincible, WWI British Battlecruiser -(Photograph from Jesse Sublett) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Nassau, WWI German Battleship, Three models of the Nassau Class, Two from Superior, One from Navis (Photograph from Jesse Sublett) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) SMS Konig, WWI German Battleship, (Photograph from Jesse Sublett) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Fuso, WWII Japanese Battleship, #2, (Photograph from Jesse Sublett) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ise, WWII Japanese Battleship, (Photograph from Jesse Sublett) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Fuso, USS Missouri, and USS Maine, #2, (Photograph from Jesse Sublett) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Fuso with USS Maine (Photograph from Jesse Sublett) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Hood, Planned 1944 Design, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 (from collection of John Olsen) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Lexington, Battle Cruiser design 1921 - (A202) Design of USS Lexington, CC1 armed with 8-16inch/50. An improved version (armament and protection) over the 1916 design. Photographs by Bob Weymouth. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USN 1917 Battleship Design, Scheme 166 - (A135) This was known as “Scheme 166” and was based on use of a Pennsylvania hull. It was an excellent design that could have been built. Photographs by Bob Weymouth.
redball.gif (371 bytes) USN 1934-2 Battleship Design - (A137) US BB Design 1934 2, a 35,000 ton 30 knot battleship with 8-16"/45. Photographs by Bob Weymouth. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USN 1937 Battleship Design XVI - (A138) 1937 US BB Design XVI. The last preliminary design to USS North Carolina, she mounted 12-14inch/50 guns. Photographs by Bob Weymouth. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS New Jersey 1968 - This is the Superior 1;1200 scale USS New Jersey 1968 (A140). Due to the heavy fighting in Vietnam, the US Navy withdrew this battleship from the Reserve Fleet in September 1967 and outfitted her for renewed service with the fleet. Photographs by Bob Weymouth. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS 1933 Battle Cruiser Design - US Battle Cruiser design of 30,000 tons standard, 33,500 tons full load with a speed of 31.5 knots. Armament was to have been 9-14"/50. Photographs by Bob Weymouth. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS South Dakota BB-49, 1921 Design, #2, #3 - (Photograph from Jesse Sublett) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS South Dakota BB-49, 1921 Design, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 (from collection of John Olsen)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Georgia, a Montana II Design - (A127), USS Georgia, a Montana II design with 18inch/47 caliber guns in lieu of the 16inch/50. Photographs by Bob Weymouth. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Lion, Royal Navy 1939 Battleship Design, Superior 1:1200 Scale B102, By Bob Weymouth - This is the British Lion Class BB 1939, produced by Superior in 1:1200 scale as model B102.
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Invincible, 1921 Battlecruiser Design, #2, -Design G3. (Photograph from Jesse Sublett)
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Invincible, 1921 Battlecruiser Design, #2, #3 (from collection of John Olsen)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) British F3 Battlecruiser Design - (B206) After the Washington Treaty ended work on the G3 (Invincible), design F3 was drawn up and became an ancestor to the eventual Rodney/Nelson design. Photographs by Bob Weymouth. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Royal Navy N3 Battleship Design of 1922 - (B112) This is the follow up to the G3 design. Photograph from Wayne Smith. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Royal Navy 15A/B Battleship Design of 1935 - (B113) The first design for a new battleship for the RN in 1935. Photograph from Wayne Smith. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Tillman, Design IV2 - (A126) One of a series of designs made in 1916 to find the ultimate US battleship design, armed with 15-18inch guns. Photographs by Bob Weymouth 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Senator Tillman 1916 USN Battleship Design - S-130 Photograph by Bob Weymouth 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Japanese Super-Yamato Design A-150 Hull No. 798 - S-131 Photograph by Bob Weymouth 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Dutch 1940 Battlecruiser Design 1047 - Photograph by Bob Weymouth 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Dorsetshire - (B305) British County Class heavy cruiser. Photographs by Bob Weymouth 
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMAS Hobart - (B408) Australian light cruiser. Photographs by Bob Weymouth 
redball.gif (371 bytes) British Super-Lion Design 16D38 - Photograph by Bob Weymouth 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Gascogne, French Battleship Design 1940, Superior 1:1200 Scale F105 - As the fourth unit of the Richelieu class, the Gascogne 1940 design had the main battery arranged fore and aft and the secondary battery placed entirely on the center line. By Bob Weymouth.
redball.gif (371 bytes) H39 German Battleship Design with Twelve 15-Inch Guns, Superior 1:1200 Scale G103 - This is the German battleship design H39 with twelve 15inch guns. This model is the Superior/Alnavco G103 in 1:1200 scale and shows an alternative armament scheme. By Bob Weymouth.
redball.gif (371 bytes) H39 German Battleship Design with Eight 16-Inch Guns, Superior 1:1200 Scale - This is the H-39 German Battleship Design with eight 16inch guns in 1:1200 scale by Superior Models, model G104. This design was the basic plan proceeded with and other than the main battery was no different than the design with twelve 15-inch guns, G103. This class was cancelled due to higher priorities for U-Boat construction. By Bob Weymouth. 

TREMO
redball.gif (371 bytes) RN Warship Boxed Set from 1930s, #2, #3 Photographs by John Heasel 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Huso (Fuso), Japanese Battleship, #2, #3, #4  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kaga, Japanese Carrier, #2, #3, #4  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Marat, Soviet Battleship, #2, #3, #4  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Omaha, Light Cruiser, #2, #3, #4  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Pensacola, Heavy Cruiser, #2, #3, #4  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Salt Lake City, Heavy Cruiser, #2, #3, #4  

TRIDENT
redball.gif (371 bytes) Meteor, Soviet Hydrofoil, 1971 - (Trident 338) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Stalingrad, River Tug 1956, (Trident 816)(Photo by Ingo Hohm) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Raketa, Soviet Hydrofoil, 1969 - (Trident 889) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Meteor, Soviet Hydrofoil, 1971 - (Trident 893) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Van Heemskerck, Netherlands CL, 1942, (Trident 1005) 

redball.gif (371 bytes) Beograd, 1941, Yugoslav destroyer (Trident 1099) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) GK10037 & 10048 Danube Cargo Barges, 1941, #2 - (Trident 1404) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Harle, 1942, German Water Tanker (Trident 1573) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Biber, Tank Cleaning Craft, Germany 1944 (Trident 1617) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) W 75, German Coal Barge, 1916, (Trident 1726) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Aeronaut, #2, Barge (Trident 1727) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Borkum, German Auxiliary Oil Barge, #2, (Trident 1734) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Danzig, Kriegsmarine Tug, (Trident 1739) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Eisvogel, Kriegsmarine Icebreaker, (Trident 1758) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) De Zeven Provincien, Netherlands Cruiser - Placed in diorama by Hans Dorlas (Ta-10117) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Desota County, LST, 1960, (Trident-Alpha 10142)  
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Norfolk, DL, 1958, (Trident-Alpha 10151)
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Pine Island, AV, 1965, (Trident-Alpha 10213) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Trenton, LSD, 1980, #2, (Trident-Alpha 10283) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Willis A Lee, DL, 1966, (Trident-Alpha 10351) 
redball.gif (371 bytes) USS Manila Bay, CVE, 1944, #2, #3, (Trident-Alpha 10352) 

TRITON

redball.gif (371 bytes) TB 57, Harbor Tug Photograph by Ingo Hohm 

U-9
redball.gif (371 bytes) Meteor, German Auxiliary, 1924, #2  

VG
redball.gif (371 bytes) Theo Fischer, Lifeboat from the DGzRS (VG-11) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 

VON STAUFFENBERG
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Alexandra, Ironclad, 1887, #2  
redball.gif (371 bytes) Almaz, Russian Seaplane Carrier, 1916, #2, #3, #4, #5, SM24A 

WELFIA
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bechelaren, German Danube Monitor 1939 - (Welfia-2) Photograph from Jürgen Hader
redball.gif (371 bytes) Stettin, German Icebreaker, (Welfia-135) Photograph by Ingo WelfiaHohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Deutschland, German Submarine Freighter 1916, (Welfia-142) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) NNV1 Chain Tug, Germany 1871 - (Welfia 165) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hanseat, Short Sea Trader, Germany 1937 - (Welfia-193) Photograph by Ingo Hohm  
redball.gif (371 bytes) W.Wb. 7 - Kriegsmarine Accommodation Barge 1943 (Welfia-205), Photograph by Ingo Hohm Welfia
redball.gif (371 bytes) W.Wb. 4 - Kriegsmarine Accommodation Barge 1941 (Welfia-209), Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Meersburg - German car and passenger ferry on Bodensee 1930 (Welfia-222) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Kurisches Haff - (Welfia-223) German Passenger Ship 1928,  Photograph from Jürgen Hader 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Arbeit Adelt - German Work-boat 1940 (Welfia-240), Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Bamberg - German sea-going freighter converted from Danube River transport 1935 (Welfia-248), Photograph by Ingo Hohm 

WESTPHALIA
redball.gif (371 bytes) HMS Eagle, 1955, #2, British Carrier, #2. 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Ursula 1976 - Built 1957 (Westphalia-05) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 

WIRRAL
redball.gif (371 bytes) Empire Clyde, British AP, 1950, (#10a) 

YORCK
redball.gif (371 bytes) Niobe, Kriegsmarine Escort 1943, (Yorck-137) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Hamidije, WWI Turkish Cruiser, (Yorck-250) Photograph by Ingo Hohm 
redball.gif (371 bytes) Medjidye, WWI Turkish Cruiser, (Yorck-251) Photograph by Ingo Hohm