Book review THE PERIOD SHIP HANDBOOK (1)" by Keith Julier

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THE PERIOD SHIP HANDBOOK (1)
by Keith Julier

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  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Naval Institute Press; 1st edition (February 1, 1993)
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.5 x 11.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
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Synopsis:

A guide to building a period ship model. Using a number of commercially available kits as a basis for discussion, this book sets out to provide detailed, step-by-step instructions for making each model. This work is based on a series of articles first published in "Model Boats" magazine.


Contents: (I added the producer and the scale)

  • The Tool Box
  • Choosing The Kit
  • Making a Start
  • The First Rate Royal William (Euro Model Como, scale 1:72)
  • The Thames Barge Will Everard (Billings, scale 1:67)
  • The Faroes Yawl F.D.10 (Billings, scale 1:50)
  • The American Raider Hannah (Artesania Latina, scale 1:40)
  • The French Goelette La Toulonnaise (Artesania Latina, scale 1:35)
  • The Brandenburg Frigate Berlin (Corel, scale 1:40)
  • The Spanish Man-of-War San Juan Nepomuceno (Artesania Latina, scale 1:90)
  • The American USS Constellation (Artesania Latina, scale 1:85)
  • The American Whaling Ship Charles W. Morgan (Artesania Latina, scale 1:50)
  • A Square-Sterned Whaleboat (Panart, scale 1:16)
  • A New Bedford Whaleboat (Amati, scale 1:16)
  • A Summary of Techniques
 
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