1900s racer "Columbia" with a French Finish.
Strong and commanding presence at relatively low cost. Classic sailing ship lines, historic Americas Cup racer.
Attention to detail has earned these world leadership in sailing ship model reproductions. All models are built plank-on-frame and all have cotton hand stitched sails, brass hardware and table stands.
Wood cradle pictured is included, however if you want a wall bracket, they are sold separately.
Actual weight 2.85 lbs. Length: 37" x Width: 5.1" x Height: 35.4"
Columbia was an American racing yacht built in 1899 for the America's Cup races. She was the defender of the tenth America's Cup race that same year against British challenger Shamrock as well as the defender of the eleventh America's Cup race in 1901 against British challenger, Shamrock II. She was the first vessel to win the trophy twice in a row (a record not equaled until Intrepid's back-to-back wins in 1967 and 1970).
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