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Le Canot Imperiale Ship Model (France)

(Code: 092)
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(2 Item(s) In Stock)


75 cm (L) x 29 cm (H)

Le Canot Imperiale wooden model ship is a true masterpiece and proof of our degree of craftsmanship.
  • Sold fully assembled except for the oars

  • Handmade from scratch

  • Supported by a solid wooden stand

  • Not a kit

  1. #SIZE#
    Length: 29.52" (75 cm)
    Width: 5.51" (14 cm)
    Height: 11.41" (29 cm)

    A rare classic and highly detailed historic ship model of the French Napoleonic era.
    - Sold fully assembled except for the oars
    - Supported by a solid wooden stand
    - Handcrafted from scratch
    - Not a kit

    Models are shipped by courier and shipping costs are as follows:

    UK mainland & Northern Ireland @ £27.00 (excluding the Highlands)
    Ireland @ £47.00
    Germany, France, Holland, and Belgium @ £55.00
    Spain, Portugal, Italy, Austria, Czech Republic, and Denmark @ £60.00
    Slovakia and Hungary @ £67.00
    Switzerland @ £57.00
    Turkey (Istanbul or Ankara only) @ £153.00
    Russia (Moscow) @ £153.00
    The USA @ £97.00
    Canada (Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa) @ £137.00

    If the delivery address is outside above-mentioned countries, please email us to request a shipping cost.

    You will be liable for payment of any import taxes, duties, VAT or charges applicable in your country.

    The United Kingdom has left the European Union and therefore you will be liable for payment of VAT in your country. The courier company will contact you to advise how much VAT you have to pay. Once payment is made, the package will be released from customs and delivered to your door. Each country has a different tax rate. Please check on your own government website.

  3. #HISTORY#
    This is a parade barge with oars dating back to the 1st and 2nd Empire. It is an authentic witness to the imperial period. The Canot Imperiale is extensively and richly decorated and was built in Antwerp in 21 days. Having been used only a few times by Napoleon 1st and Napoleon 3rd, it was brought back to Paris at the Palais de Chaillot, at the Museum of the Marine, where it is still being exposed.
  4. #REVIEWS#
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