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This is a listing of the models that are displayed at Bahrs' Museum.The majority of these models were constructed by Henry Schaefer, but the collection also includes some models that came from other sources.

Le Superbe

Pirate Corsair (late 1600’s) (p,c,t,b)

Whale boat (c.1750-1900) (p,c,t,b,f)

Halifax, British Navy Sloop (1768) (p,c,t)

Independence, US Navy Sloop (1780) (p,c,t,b)

Le Superbe, Third Rate Ship of the line (1700's) (ep,c,ec,t)

Virginia, US schooner (early 1800's) (p,c,t)

Van Speijk's Gunboat Number 2 (1831) (p,c,t,b,f)

L'Orenoque, French steam troop transport (1848) (p,c,t)

Flying Cloud, Medium Clipper (1851) (p,c,t)

Cape Girardeau, Sternwheeler (1855) (p,c,t,b,f)

Four Masted Sailing Ship (late 1800's) (c)

Albatros, Schooner (1880) (p,c,ec,et)

USS Olympia, US Protected Cruiser (1885) (p,c,ec)

Albertina, US East Coast Passenger Sidewheeler (1890) (c)

Columbia Bar Lightships, LV-50 & LV-88 (1892 - 1962) (c,t)

RMS Titanic, British Passenger Liner (1912) (p,c,t,b)

SS Normandie, French Passenger Vessel (1932) (p,c,t,b,f)

SS Citta Di Livorno, passenger cargo steamer (1933) (c)

STV Amerigo Vespucci, Italian Sail Training Vessel (1934) (c)

ST Altmark, German supply oiler (1935) (p,c)

Raider Atlantis, German Commerce Raider (1941) (c,ep,ec)

Liberty Ship, US Emergency Construction Cargo Ship (1941) (p,c,t)

Willem Barendsz, Dutch Whaling Factory Vessel (1949) (p,c,ec,t)

Margot, Swedish icebreaking coastal tanker (1950) (c,ep,ec)

SS Sea Fox, US C3 Cargo Vessel (1951) (p,c,t,b)

Tug Ocean Prince, US Tugboat (1953) (c)

SS United States, US Passenger Liner (1956) (c)

Horizon Pacific, US Container Ship (p,c)

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