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  1. Hello, I have just finished building the Artesania Latina revenue cutter Dallas, 1815. During the early 19th century, the American Revenue Marine (Coast Guard) was engaged in a variety of roles, from enforcement of revenue laws to the suppression of slave trading and piracy. The Dallas is typical of those cutters employed by the Revenue Marine at that time. This is my second wooden scale model ship (my first was the Artesania Latina schooner Rhoda Mary, also posted on this website). The stem-piece, keel, stern-post and rudder were of different shades of walnut wood, s
  2. Hello, I have started building the Artesania Latina revenue cutter Dallas, 1815. During the early 19th century, the American Revenue Marine (Coast Guard) was engaged in a variety of roles, from enforcement of revenue laws to the suppression of slave trading and piracy. The Dallas is typical of those cutters employed by the Revenue Marine at that time. This is my second wooden scale model ship (my first was the Artesania Latina schooner Rhoda Mary, also posted on this website). This is still in its early stages but I thought I'd post some images of the build so far. I
  3. 1343/5000 Hello to all the modelers. This is my first time that I publish in this forum and I want to present myself to you with a work that I have just finished, first of all I will tell a little the story of how this model came to my hands and the work I have done with it. A few days ago I bought a model that as it puts in the matter is the Rhoda Mary of 1898 of ArtesanĂ­a Latina, of three suits. The state of the model is unfortunate, some parts are missing, such as roda, boom and some dick but the wood is in good condition and although its builder did not give a very fine finish at le
  4. Greetings! Recently completed restoration of a decades old build of the Mare Nostrum kit from Artesania Latina. The original build was done by the father of my client and she wanted to have this kit restored. Over the years, the model suffered damaged and was coated with dust and grim. Restoration work involved repairs, cleaning, rebuilding, enhancements, additions, refinishing and a display stand. Along with the completion photos, I have included a few images of the unrestored model as I received it. Many thanks for having a look, your questions and comments are always welcome. Chee
  5. I have just finished building my first wooden model ship, the Artesania Latina schooner Rhoda Mary, and it only took me a little over thirty years to build! Yes, I started building this model ship when I lived in England. I had got as far as completing the hull when a job opportunity came up to work in America. There I met my wonderful wife and so I stayed. We bought the model to America and I completed all the deck fixtures and lower masts when we moved to the countryside. Here I had plenty of other projects to do, and then we got goats, lots of goats! I never seemed to have the time to
  6. Hi I kinda have lost my mojo for 1/20 plastic F1 Kits for the time being and have always wanted to build a Big Huge wooden ship like HMS Victory, HMS Endeavour, Cutty Sark etc, but it would be insane to start at that level so I reckon I'll give the artesania Latina HMS Endevour longboat a try first. obligatory box shot contents... Hmm somethings missing? Yep definitely missing something, looks like there is no planking or masts, DOH! so after some back and forth emailing i got this package sent to me with the replacement parts. Keen
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