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Circa 1987

EXHIBITION STANDARD MODEL OF THE AMERICAN LIBERTY SHIP ANGELINA

By Alan Raven (English/American, 20th Century). Hull built up from the solid, with a painted rust red bottom, white water line and black topsides. Bow and stern with draft markings, rudder and propeller. Deck in rust red and detailed with anchor windlass, bollards, ventilators, cargo hatches, booms and windlasses. Main deck structure painted white and detailed with funnel, helm station, canopy frames, life boats on davits, docking bridge, raft, etc. Displayed on a pair of brass pedestals in a brass-trimmed glass and mahogany case which has an inlaid American eagle under the hull, and inlaid flourish just below the plaque.
Case height 17". Length 35.5". Width 11.75".
Condition: Dusty, will need a cleaning.

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