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Model of the Linear ship "Panteleymon-Vyctoria" (second version of the reconstruction).

Panteleymon-Vyctoria

Model battleship "Panteleimon Victoria" (second version of the reconstruction) Panteleimon Victoria The 66-gun battleship "Panteleimon Victoria" Russia, 1721.

Construction of the ship began 22.marta 1719 in St. - Petersburg Admiralty. The ship was built by the famous French ship's master Blaise Pangalo and launched on 27 July 1721 .. Blaise Pangalo built a ship of his own project on the "French style". to ensure reliable longitudinal strength he first applied in domestic shipbuilding system of diagonal bracing. The ship was named in honor of Gangut (1714) and Grengamskoy (1720) victories on the day of St. Panteleimon (July 27). Victoria (Victory) on the day of St. Panteleimon over the Swedish fleet. In 1722 - 1727 the ship was part of the Baltic fleet and was in practice swimming in the Gulf of Finland. From 1728 it stood at Kronstadt harbor, not to arm. In 1734 he moved from Kronstadt to Revel. Collate disrepair in 1736.

Model ship built the famous Russian master Alexey Baranov in a very rare style of "vintage" that makes the model look like a museum exhibit of two centuries ago. Phased construction of the ship can be viewed on the forum.modelsworld.ru We use only natural materials: wood pear, ebony inlay made of brass precision casting method.

Scale 1:48.
Length: 1,520 mm
Width: 730 mm
Height: 1230 mm


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