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Mamoli Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drakes Galleon 1:53 (MV30)

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Mamoli Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drakes Galleon 1:53

Mamoli Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drakes Galleon 1:53

This 18-gun privateer was originally built as HMS Pelican, and was used by Sir Francis Drake to circumnavigate the globe. As Drake entered the Magellan Straits, he decided to change the vessel name to Golden Hind. This was to honour his patron, Sir Christopher Hatton, whose crest was a golden hind.

The Golden Hind, was the only vessel to return from Drake’s expedition (five vessels originally set out from England). She returned to drop anchor in Plymouth Sound on 26 September 1580, only the second vessel to have circumnavigated the globe, after the Portuguese explorer Magellan. Drake brought a huge amount of bounty back to England with him. This enabled him to pay all of his investors, including Elizabeth I, forty-seven times their original stake in the expedition.

The Golden Hind was berthed at Deptford, where Elizabeth I knighted Francis Drake in recognition of his feat on 4 April 1581.
A reconstruction of an Elizabethan warship, named the Golden Hinde, is now moored at St Mary Overie Dock. This museum vessel is situated between London Bridge and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.

18 gun privateer
Displacement of approximately 100 tons
Square rigged
5 decks
Total expedition fleet of five vessels
Total complement in the expedition was 170 men

The Mamoli Golden Hind kit features the following:
A Double planked hull construction using Lime and Walnut strips, pre cut frames and keel, deck planked in tanganyika, fittings made from brass, walnut, boxwood, and beech, wooden masts and spars, cast stern and quarter galleries, brass cannon barrels, rigging cord and silk flags. Full size plan sheets and a multi language instruction manual.
A rather unusual detail is the wood used for the stern and transom decoration is silk-screened in beautiful bright colors.

Scale 1:53
Length 496mm
Height 408mm
Part No: MV30

Price: £180.00 (Including VAT at 20%)
Euros: €214.20 (Inc VAT) / US Dollars: US$240.00 (Tax Free)


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Mamoli Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drakes Galleon 1:53

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4. Nail Fixer / Pin Pusher - 8175 (Ref: 8175)

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Mamoli Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drakes Galleon 1:53

Cornwall Model Boats | Static Display Model Boat Kits  | Mamoli Static Display Kits  | Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drakes Galleon 1:53

Mamoli Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drakes Galleon 1:53

Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drakes Galleon 1:53

This 18-gun privateer was originally built as HMS Pelican, and was used by Sir Francis Drake to circumnavigate the globe. As Drake entered the Magellan Straits, he decided to change the vessel name to Golden Hind. This was to honour his patron, Sir Christopher Hatton, whose crest was a golden hind.

The Golden Hind, was the only vessel to return from Drake’s expedition (five vessels originally set out from England). She returned to drop anchor in Plymouth Sound on 26 September 1580, only the second vessel to have circumnavigated the globe, after the Portuguese explorer Magellan. Drake brought a huge amount of bounty back to England with him. This enabled him to pay all of his investors, including Elizabeth I, forty-seven times their original stake in the expedition.

The Golden Hind was berthed at Deptford, where Elizabeth I knighted Francis Drake in recognition of his feat on 4 April 1581.
A reconstruction of an Elizabethan warship, named the Golden Hinde, is now moored at St Mary Overie Dock. This museum vessel is situated between London Bridge and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.

18 gun privateer
Displacement of approximately 100 tons
Square rigged
5 decks
Total expedition fleet of five vessels
Total complement in the expedition was 170 men

The Mamoli Golden Hind kit features the following:
A Double planked hull construction using Lime and Walnut strips, pre cut frames and keel, deck planked in tanganyika, fittings made from brass, walnut, boxwood, and beech, wooden masts and spars, cast stern and quarter galleries, brass cannon barrels, rigging cord and silk flags. Full size plan sheets and a multi language instruction manual.
A rather unusual detail is the wood used for the stern and transom decoration is silk-screened in beautiful bright colors.

Scale 1:53
Length 496mm
Height 408mm
Part No: MV30

Price: £180.00 (Including VAT at 20%)
Euros: €214.20 (Inc VAT) / US Dollars: US$240.00 (Tax Free)


Quantity:  



Mamoli Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drakes Galleon 1:53

Customers who bought this item also bought:
1. Drill Set Metric 6pc 2.35mm Shank HSS Assorted (Ref: T-RDR2346/A)
2. MV30S Golden Hind Sails Set (Ref: MV30S)
3. Aliphatic Wood Glue Waterproof (1016) (Ref: 1016)
4. Nail Fixer / Pin Pusher - 8175 (Ref: 8175)

Related products:
1. MV30S Golden Hind Sails Set (Ref: MV30S)

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