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Steamboat Models -The Rare Investment

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The Hudson River steamboat model and other such works are highly sought after in the collectible market, primarily because of its rarity. Very few collectibles in this genre exist and there is a place where they can be realized and collected to enhance the Bard paintings that are now favored in the maritime.

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Maritime artist and shipmodel specialist Rex Stewart restoring Van Ryper T2 Tanker

Damaged Van Ryper Models -The Great Investment / Rex Stewart

  • May 20th, 2012 09:38

Some years ago it was suggested that I build waterline models for profitable sales, similiar to the work of noted ...

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MAYFLOWER II Miniature on cradle base

Miniature Collectibles - The Stewart Collection of Classic Ships

  • April 15th, 2012 08:31

It's evident on the collectible's circuit that miniature ship models have taken on a new perspective as an artform. ...

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Miniature shipmodel BATAVIA c.1628

SHIP MODEL Miniature - Defining the art

  • March 26th, 2012 10:34

It has been long regarded that ship models exist as a craftsman's art and has never been taken seriously as a true ...

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Maritime artist Rex Stewart working on a contemporary shadowbox titled - Midday Endeavor

Maritime Shadowboxes - Defining A Contemporary Style

  • March 8th, 2012 06:22

Shadowboxes came into vogue as sailor keepsakes during the 18th century when crews placed in this window-framed box ...

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The mid-section of steamboat MARY POWELL c.1887 -Collector's Model

Investing in the model steamboat of the 19th Century - A Rare Collectible

  • March 3rd, 2012 13:27

Fall River Line models are extremely attractive and worthy of exhibition anywhere. As a collectible their value ...

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