The USS Bonhomme Richard was placed at the disposal of John Paul Jones on 4 February 1779, by King Louis XVI of France as a result of a loan to the United States by the French. On September 23, 1779, John Paul Jones and the Bonhomme Richard engaged the British frigate Serapis. A bloody battle ensued where Jones' famous line, "Sir, I have yet begun to fight".
•Includes 14 crew figures
•22" in length
•Includes display stand
•Illustrated assembly instructions
This model ship showcases incredible detail and makes a handsome display piece in any room.
This was actually the third Navy Cruiser to bear the name Chicago and was built to replace her namesake which had been sunk in the Pacific in WW ll. She was constructed with the support of a war bond drive conducted by the people of the city of Chicago. In 1964 she was completely converted to carry guided missiles, radar, an ASROC fire control system and a crew of 1,000 men. Detailed one piece hull and display stand. Missile launchers pivot in unison when the missile directors are turned. Decal with authentic markings for cruiser CG 11. Molded in light gray.
Revell USS Constitution - SmallLaunched in 1797, the U.S.S Constitution was the first ship commissioned by the United States Navy. During all her fighting days, not one enemy foot trod her decks. Today, the Constitution retains its Navy commission and is anchored at Boston Harbor as a memorial to the days of great sailing ships and fighting men.Specifications:Skill Level 3Scale: 1:196Length: 15-3/4"Width: 2-3/8"Parts: 159 Features:Pre-molded ratlinesIndividual cannonsTextured billowing sailsThree-piece hullDeck assemblyDisplay stand base with nameplateSkill Level 3-requires paint and glue (not included)Previous modelling experience recommended
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