Wappen Von Hamburg

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Dimension: Length 80 x Width 33 x Height 72 cm.

Grade A / Museum Quality

Construction of the boat:

  • We place a double layer of plank on the hull, Teak wood.
  • Decks made with small planks of Oak wood.
  • Masts and other pieces on the deck are made Teak, Acajou, Beech and Rose wood.
  • Sculptures, anchors, and canons are molded in Zinc metal and painted.
  • Cotton sails tinted in tea.
  • Ropes are cotton and nylon waxed in the bee wax to do the rigging.

Description

Wappen Von Hamburg Ship Model

Origin: German

Year: 1669

The Wappen Von Hamburg was built in the Deichtor shipyard in Hamburg by a Dutch shipbuilding master.

The construction work started in spring of 1667 when the keel was laid down.

The wood work was finished in 1668. The armaments were installed, and the ship took up service in 1669.

The sculpture work was done under the guidance of master carver Christian Precht.

Wapen von Hamburg was a Hanseatic city of Hamburg fourth-rate ship that was launched in 1669.

She was built to escort merchant ships sailing from Hamburg and protect them against piracy. In 1683, Wapen von Hamburg was inadvertently burned in Cadiz.

However, Wappen von Hamburg is a former German seaport ship. Wapen von Hamburg in 1955 by HADAG Seetouristik und Fährdienst AG. Therefore, it was the first of three ships bearing this name (of which the third Wappen von Hamburg, Wappen in 1965, was the best known). She was built for the Helgoland ferry service.

 

Additional information

Weight 16 kg
Dimensions 90 × 43 × 82 cm