Ship in a bottle DOS AMIGOS
Dimensions of the bottle: Length 30 cm, width 18 cm, height including
stand 20 cm
The schooner DOS AMIGOS
The DOS AMIGOS was a US slaver that was rigged as a brigantine schooner.
Like most slave ships she was a very fast ship. In 1830 she was captured
by the British Royal Navy and refitted as a anti-slave patrol vessel.
From that time, 1832, a complete set of actual design plans have
More information on the ship
you can find here.
The ship in a bottle, photos, description and dimensions
Please take your time to have a good look at the
set of photos. If you click on a photo you will get that photo in
high resolution. Only these high resolution photographs show how much
work and handicraft ability were put in the model. (If you use Microsoft
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have a larger screen with the photos.)
This ship in a bottle was made by Otto Palmen who is famous for such
works. His sign is on the bottle cork and on the name plate.
The dimensions of the bottle are: Length 30 cm, width 18 cm, height
including stand 20 cm.
The ship in a bottle is owned by Mr. Udo Schmidt, Gelsenkirchen,
Germany, Tel. +49 209 498861,
email@example.com. Please contact him, if you are interested
in the ship model.