Book review THE PERIOD SHIP HANDBOOK 2" by Keith Julier

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THE PERIOD SHIP HANDBOOK 2
by Keith Julier

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  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Naval Institute Press; Subsequent edition (January 3, 1996)
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 0.4 x 11.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
good used copies on abebooks for 3 to 5 US$, GBP or Euros


Synopsis:

A further venture into the world of static-model ships, this book offers additional information to both beginners and more-experienced modelmakers. The bulk of the book describes the construction of ten models, rach with something different to offer. All the models described are made from kits.



Contents: (the producer´s name and scale added by myself)
  • The Expanding Tool Box
  • Kit Selection
  • The Royal Yacht Caroline 1749 (Panart, 1:47)
  • The French Frigate La Renommee 1793 (Euromodel, scale 1:70)
  • An Armed Pinnace Lancia Armata 1803 (Panart, scale 1:16)
  • A 15th century Portuguese Caravel (Artenaval, scale 1:50)
  • The Three Masted Schooner Sir Winston Churchill (Billing, 1:75)
  • A Portuguese Bomb Ship Lancha Bombardiera 1798 (Artenaval. Scale 1:50)
  • The clinker built Rowing Boat Holly (Kish Model Boats. Scale 1:8)
  • The Hermaphrodite Brig Le Hussard 1848 (Artesania Latina, scale 1:50)
  • The Yacht Britannia 1893 (Mamoli, scale 1:64)
  • A Frontiersman Canoe (Frontier Trading Company, scale ?)
  • The Rate system
  • More Modelmaking Techniques
  • The planking of period ship models
 
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