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Sunday, August 25th 2019, 3:39am

600 t Torpedoboot

Dear All:

I am a fellow modeler from the other side of the ocean and Solo67 and me are trying to find the origin of a Torpedoboot that he has been building.

As Princess Leia used to say: ........ You are our only hope!

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http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/ships…rpedo-boat.html

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Sunday, August 25th 2019, 8:54am

Hello wireandpaper,

this is an old kit, published by J. F. Schreiber-Verlag (now Aue-Verlag) - I think in the fifties/sixties and there was no new edition later. The scale is 1/200. You can buy this kit only antique.....somtimes you can find it at eBay at long intervals.....it is very rare. The kit kit shows the same type of "Torpedoboot" you can buy at Wilhelmshavener Modellbaubogen (Möwe-Verlag, papermod) until today. The camo-print is very appealing :thumbup: .

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Sunday, August 25th 2019, 9:08am

Hello Wireandpaper,
Schreiber published in 1935 the Torpedoboot "Wolf" of the Deutsche Kriegsmarine. Scale 1:175, length 56 cm, width 6cm. Does this measure match to Your model?
Ulrich

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Sunday, August 25th 2019, 12:31pm

Thank you guys for this info on the model
i have managed to finish her during the weekend...
enjoy
moshe o
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Sunday, August 25th 2019, 1:25pm

Hi Moshe,
".....it was a small publishing house that printed some paper models in the
80s in Israel but did not survive long and the models that were printed
by this publishing house are now very rare and hard to come by..."


yes, that`s true and your model is the camo Schreiber Torpedoboot. The headline "Torpedoboot 600t" isn`t real, because the boats Typ 35 were clear havier. However, the original first kit of the Torpedoboot Typ 35 (T1 - T12) in camo you show us, was published by J. F. Schreiber-Verlag. In this series there is also a Torpedoboot Typ 25 and a Uboot 750t...I think a VIIC-class.....and a "Marine-Artillerieträger". In the late fifties, when these Schreiber kits were published in scale 1/200, these models came paralely to the similar kits of Wilhelmshaverner Modellbaubogen (Lehrmittelinstitut) in scale 1/250.

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Sunday, August 25th 2019, 2:01pm

Thank you, Hans, for solving this for me, very interesting.

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Sunday, August 25th 2019, 11:43pm

Muchas gracias / Danke

Thank you very much for your attention, greatly appreciated!

And Thank you Moshe for sharing the final built of the model.

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Thursday, August 29th 2019, 11:26am

Hi wireandpaper,
some informations more. The Torpedoboot 600 was published in 1959 under catalogue# 7998/7999. Two sheets 36cmX43cm.
In the same time a minsweeper M1 and a destroyer Z 31 came on market.
For very long years these 3 models were the last navyships models by Schreiber.
Ulrich

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