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Models for general public sales

The models shown in the photographs on this page, and only this page, are those John has already built for general public sales. Any other models depicted on this site are shown for display purposes only, those models have already been sold or were single model commission modeling projects. Most of John's work over the past five years has been single model commissioned modeling projects, so the number of already finished models for general sales is limited to those shown on this page.

Please note that any model shown on this web site can be reproduced by John on commission. If you do not see a model of a ship or boat on this page that you would like to purchase, just send John an email to request an estimate for commissioning him to build a model specifically for you. There is a lot more about commissioning John to build a model on the Model Showcase page.






The clipper ship "Flying Cloud" in a 2 1/4" diameter pocket watch case. The stand for the model is made from oak, with brass hoop. Model #2

A close up view of the clipper ship "Flying Cloud" finished inside a 2 1/4" pocket watch case. Model #2






The clipper ship "Flying Cloud" in a 2 1/4" diameter pocket watch case. The stand for the model is made from oak, with brass hoop. Model #3



Close up view of the model name, scale, builder and date labels inside the pocket watch cases.

A close up view of the clipper ship "Flying Cloud" finished inside a 2 1/4" pocket watch case. Model #3
These models of the clipper ship "Flying Cloud" were built at a scale of 1:2180, 4 models were built, one sold on commission. 


Price for clipper ship "Flying Cloud" model is........$450.00, plus $25.00 for shipping and handling.
 Please consult the Purchase Information page for payment methods and possible taxes. Shipping quote is for UPS ground, and for the Continental US only.

The clipper ship "Flying Cloud" in a 2 1/4" diameter pocket watch case. The stand for the model is made from oak, with brass hoop. Model #4

A close up view of the clipper ship "Flying Cloud" finished inside a 2 1/4" pocket watch case. Model #4
It should he noted that the other side bezel around the glass is plain, like the other models shown.




  The Continental Brig of War "Lexington" as a static display model. This photo shows the starboard, unpainted side of the model.



The Continental Brig of War "Lexington" as a static display model. This photo shows the port, painted side of the model.

A closeup photo of "Lexington" static display model. This photo was taken during installation of the brass cannon and their carriages.


This model of the Brig of War "Lexington" was built at the scale of 1:96. The model was built over the period from 1987-1993 and took approximately 5,000 hours to complete. It is a scratch-built  plank-on-bulkhead type of static display model. The model is based on the plans published in George S. Parker's book
"Five Historic Ships from Plan to Model".
The model was painted on the port side to show how the real ship looked during the American Revolutionary War. The starboard side was left unpainted to show the individual planks and "trunnels" used to construct it.
The model is housed in a mirrored bottom case with mahogany frames and etched brass name plaque. The case measures 17" long, 10" wide and 15" high. This model won a Silver Award and a Modeler's Choice Award in competition, see the Awards & Articles page for particulars.

Price ....$25,000.00, plus shipping.





  The Eightennth Century "Chinese Junk" as a static display model. 
This model of an Eighteenth Century "Chinese Junk" was built at an approximate scale of 1:192. The model was built in 1987, with a carved solid wood hull. The model was scratch-built, from plans for a larger Pirate Junk kit model. The paint and decorating scheme employed reflect a painting of an Imerial Junk.
The model is housed in a glass case with a mirrored bottom and mahogany frames. The case is 9.5" high, 12" long and 6" wide, and has a brass name plaque inside. This model won a Silver Award in competition, see the Awards & Articles page for particulars..

Price for "Chinese Junk" model....$3,400.00, plus shipping.


A closeup photo of the "Chinese Junk" static display model. This photo shows the view from astern.


A closeup photo of the "Chinese Junk" static display model. This photo shows the view from off the starboard, stern quarter.



  The  "BonHomme Richard" as a static display model. This model is housed in a glass dome.
This model of the "BonHomme Richard" was built at the  scale of 1:459. The model was built in 2006-2007, with a carved solid wood hull. The model was scratch-built, from the published Boudriot plans, using the paint scheme specified by John Paul Jones.

The model is housed in a glass dome display case, with an oak bottom. The case is 6.5" high and 8" in diameter with an oak base that is 10" in diameter. The case also has a brass name plaque inside. This model won a Gold Award in competition, see the Awards & Articles page for particulars..

Price for "BonHomme Richard" model....$7,000.00, plus shipping.


A closeup photo of "BonHomme Richard" static display model. This photo shows the port side of the model.

A closeup photo of "BonHomme Richard" static display model. This photo shows the starboard side of the model.



  The  "BonHomme Richard" as a ship in light bulb model. The apple wood end cap has an etched brass plaque on the outside, with the ship name and date. The inside of the cap is signed and dated by the builder.
This model of the "BonHomme Richard" was built at the  scale of 1:459. The model was built in 2006-2009, with a carved solid wood hull. The model was scratch-built, from the published Boudriot plans, using the paint scheme specified by John Paul Jones.

The model is housed in a 6" diameter x 11" long globe light bulb, with an apple wood and brass plaque end cap. The bulb stand is made from butternut wood, and is 9" long x 4" wide and 5" high.. This "BonHomme Richard" in light bulb model was on display at the Maritime Museum of San Diego, from September of 2009-July of 2010, as part of their Masterpieces In Miniature exhibit. This model of BonHomme Richard won a Blue Ribbon Award in the Nautical Research Journal's 2011 Ship Model Competition.This BonHomme Richard model was also featured in a two part article published in the Nautical Research Journal in 2012, see articles listing on Awards & Articles page of this site for particulars.

Price for "BonHomme Richard" model....$7,000.00, plus shipping.


bonhomme richard light bulb model


A closeup photo of "BonHomme Richard" light bulb model, taken after completion of the model inside the light bulb.

A closeup photo of "BonHomme Richard" light bulb model, taken after completion of the model inside the light bulb.

 
 

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