Rms Titanic 70" Xl Museum Quality Limited Edition Ocean Liner Wooden Ship Model
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Rms Titanic 70" Xl Museum Quality Limited Edition Ocean Liner Wooden Ship Model:
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Historic Truly Large Scale Wooden Ocean Liner Ship Model
The Titanic 70" measures 70" (long) x 9" (wide) x 26" (high)
Local Retail Price above $3000
Details and details! Still details!
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The exquisitely large scale 70 inch Titanic model crafted and delicate features abounding upon its decks, the grace and majesty of her carefully rendered lines, and the attention to every detail of this superlative model of history's most famous ocean liner.Be swept away by the magnificent splendor and timeless allure of theseRMS Titanicreplicas.
About the details:
The Titanic Cruise ship model is built from scratch by experienced master artisans and is not from any sort of kit.
To create the subtle details and definitions of the deck and hull, the plank on frame method of construction is used, which requires hundreds of hours of pain-staking, detailed work.
The highest quality, rare woods (including Ebony, Rosewood, Blackwood, Mahogany, Jack wood, and Sycamore) used to construct our models are subjected to specific seasoning procedures to ensure that the model will withstand severe climate and never warp or split.
All ladders, staircases and handrails produced from delicate metal wire
All windows and portholes exactlyscaled sizeand positioned according to the originalRMS Titanicconstruction plans
Historical design and detailing of superstructure and hull
The meticulously painted cruise ship accurately represents the true colors of the real Titanic Cruise Liner.
Incredible details including pipes, ladders, vents, and life boats cover the deck of the Titanic.
Extensive research is required to build each Titanic model according to scale, using various pictures, original plans, drawings, and digital imaging.
The Titanic is shipped fully assembled, ready to be displayed. Imagine this exquisite piece of art glimmering in your home or office! Great Gift Item!
Requires hundreds of hours to build from scratch by master artisans
We do not use KIT
History of "TITANIC":
The Royal Mail Ship Titanic was the last grand dream of the Gilded Age. It was designed to be the greatest achievement of an era of prosperity, confidence and propriety. Although no one knew it, the world was about to change drastically. Radio had been invented in 1901. The Wright Brothers' first successful flight was in 1903. The old presumptions about class, morals, and gender-roles were about to be shattered. If the concept of Titanic was the climax of that age, then perhaps its sinking was the curtain that marked the end of the old drama, and the start of a new one.
The Royal Mail Ship Titanic was constructed around 1911. She cost about $7.3 million to create and was considered the greatest ship of the time. The Titanic was designed to remain afloat with any two or three compartments flooded and to able endure a collision at the joint of two compartments in that case. The Titanic cruise ship was regarded to be unsinkable, to be herself a lifeboat.
The Titanic cruise liner was 269 meters long, 28 meters wide, and a gross tonnage of 45,000 tons. The Titanic could hold 3,500 passengers and crew members but carried life boats for just over 1,000. Titanic boasted a squash court, swimming pool, and a gymnasium with a mechanical horse.
The Titanic carried 20 lifeboats, the requirements of The British Board of regulations. However, these standards proved far insufficient when at 11:40 p.m, on the 14th April 1912, the greatest disaster of maritime history occurred: the sinking of the RMS Titanic.
Shipping & Handling:
- Item is shipped withinONE business dayafter receiving payment, andtracking informationis available upon request.
- Shipping charge of this HUGE HEAVY PACKAGE $150to anywhere within 48 U.S. continental states ONLY!
- buyers from Hawaii, Alaska, PR and other international locations please emailus before offerding for shipping information.
- Shipping & handling charge is non-refundable.
- Local pick up is $45 with Sales Tax of 8.25 %in Texas.
- Shipping cost to Canada: $320 Standard Ground Shipping
International buyers pay additional costs at your city destination such as your country's import duties, taxes, and customs clearance fees which are not included in the item price or shipping charge. These charges are the buyer's responsibility! Please do not purchase until you have received and agreed to the international shipping cost!
Note: This RMSTitanicmodel is shipped to you fully assembled and ready for display, with the exception of the bowsprit and top mast. Those are not in position in the interest of reducing the risk of shipping damage and saving on shipping cost. Simple assembly will be required and illustrations are included for your reference. Thank you!
Authentic Replica with Accurate Scale Measurements offer WITH CONFIDENCE Enjoy this beautiful "RMS Titanic" model!
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