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Le Renard Ship Model (1812 France)

(Code: 094)
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64 cm (L) x 56 cm (H)

This is a stunning wooden plank on frame ship model of Le Renard.
  • Handmade from scratch

  • Copper pinned hull

  • Two-colour rigging

  • Supported by a solid wooden stand

  • Model ship is sold fully assembled

  • Not a kit

    Length: 25" (64 cm)
    Width: 9.25" (23.5 cm)
    Height: 22" (56 cm)

    Wooden plank on frame ship model with copper pinned hull and two-colour riggings
    Sold fully assembled | Not a kit
    Models are shipped by UPS and shipping cost is as follows:
    UK mainland @ £38.00 (excluding the Highlands)

    Please email us to request a shipping quote to your country/UK area

    You will be liable for any import taxes, duties or charges applicable in your country.
    Our prices do not include VAT - customers in the European Union may be liable to VAT charges upon receipt of goods due to Brexit arrangements. 

  3. #HISTORY#
    In 1812, French Privateer (Corsair) Robert Surcouf launched his last ship, Le Renard. She was a single-mast, 70-tonne cutter, with 10 carronades and 4 canons, crewed by 46 men. On 9 September beginning at five o'clock and lasting through the night, Le Renard successfully engaged the British vessel Alphea. She was armed with 16 cannons and over 80 elite British sailors. Combat was intense and bloody until at three o'clock in the morning, when the Alphea took two direct hits from Le Renard to (presumably) the powder magazine, which caused the ship to explode. There were no reported survivors; Surcouf returned to France with only 13 able-bodied men.
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