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Saturday, March 26th 2011, 2:55am

Spanish Monitor PUIGCERDA, Paper Shipwright, 1/250

Hallo, Kartonfreunde! Noch einmal ein kleines Modell von der Paper Shipwright Verlag. Wie die meisten PS Angebote ist kein laengeres Bauzeit noetig -- nach einem Monat ist alles schon fertig. Geniessen Sie die Fotos!

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Chris Coyle
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Saturday, March 26th 2011, 11:43am

RE: Spanish Monitor PUIGCERDA, Paper Shipwright, 1/250

Hello Chris,

another fine one from you wharf ! Very clean build, I admire your railings.


I was astonished how the Spaniards managed to put two turrets on a ship that small.


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Saturday, March 26th 2011, 5:02pm

RE: Spanish Monitor PUIGCERDA, Paper Shipwright, 1/250

Hallo, Zaphod, and thanks for looking! Yes, the two turrets probably contributed to the ship's reputedly poor handling qualities. She was actually in commission during the Spanish-American War, but probably fortunate to have not seen any action with her small-caliber, low-velocity muzzle loaders I doubt she would have been much of a foe.

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