Navy Board Ship Models 1650-1750

Author(s) John Franklin
Publisher Conway Maritime Press
Date 1989
Pages 186
Format pdf
Size 63 Mb







As per the numerous reviews and feedbacks submitted by the readers from different countries and occupations, the content of this book has made many of the things covered very simple with no pretention, developing the subjects not commonly covered within other publications of this kind about the ship models and their construction, nice ship diagrams and drawings, and informative images.

The book is full of useful and valuable information. An excellent addition to the maritime library of any naval enthusiast or ship modeler. This publication has been already highly appreciated by the readers, being deservedly treated as the supreme example of the art of ship modeling and designing of the full-scale prototype. It is the first volume to be released with the intention to fill in the existing gap in the knowledge about the ship models.

John Franklin, the author of this nice and interesting title, has turned to the background and use of the ship models plus the detailed technical analysis of the construction materials, techniques applied at the time of construction, decoration matters, framing and all other related issues. The second part of the content is mainly comprising a good representative selection of more than twenty best ship models, all described in detail and supplemented with numerous technical drawings and photographs.

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