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CSS VIRGINIA Wooden Boat Model Painted Hull. This model boat is made from scratch not a kit! Here is a rare hand built wooden model boat. It size is
L: 28 W: 7 H: 9 Inches. The detail of this boat model is unmatched! This is not a mass produced Model Boat.
The CSS Virginia model boat come's to you new In the original box straight from the builder. This boat model comes to you assembled and ready to display.
There is a very limited supply so don't miss out!
All natural hard woods are used: Rosewood, Ebony, English Sycamore, Blackwood, Mahogany and Cherry wood
Construction: Months of research goes into the planning of these model boats. Original plans and pictures are used for their design and realism.
Metal: details chrome plate, brass plate and gold plate
The C.S.S. Virginia was a confederate ironclad warship that fought the U.S.S. Monitor in the Battle of Hampton Roads during the Civil War in 1862. It played a major role in the Civil War defending the Gosport Navy Yard from the Union invasion. It is available as a FULLY ASSEMBLED model ready to be proudly displayed as a piece of history.
A master model builders using historical photographs, drawings and original plans to meticulously handcraft this highly detailed wood model from scratch. It was built to scale with high-grade wood: western red cedar, rosewood, and mahogany. It was 100% hand built individually using the plank-on-frame construction method and is similar to the building of the actual ships. Each model requires hundreds of hours to build.
The C.S.S. Virginia has very intricate details such as: wooden planked deck, upper wooden deck, planked lifeboats, metal anchors, smoke stack with metal rings, wooden cannons, wooden rudder and Confederate flags.
This is an “Exclusive Edition”
The model is painted in black with a wooden deck to replicate the original ship colors. The model is secured tightly on a black solid wood base with a brass nameplate with the words “C.S.S. Virginia.” It’ll make a perfect gift for home or office decorator, boat enthusiast, or passionate collector.
The CSS Virginia was the first steam-powered ironclad warship of the Confederate States Navy, built during the first year of the American Civil War; she was constructed as a case mate ironclad using the raised and cut down hull of the scuttled USS Merrimack. Virginia was one of the participants in the Battle of Hampton Roads, opposing the Unions USS Monitor in March, 1862. The battle is chiefly significant in naval history as the first battle between ironclads.