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In the 17th century, the King of Sweden commissioned his country's finest warship. During construction, he insisted that the ship be fitted with a second row of canons in both sides. The shipbuilder - Henrik Hybertsson knew that this would make it to top heavy, but he dared not argue with the King. The Wasa sunk 20 minutes after her launch in 1628. She was raised on April 24 1961 after 333 years on the sea bottom and completely restored, she now rest in the Stockholm Naval Museum.
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Wasa Battleship Model Ship 1626 - Old Modern Handicrafts
38" L x 11" W x 33" H
38"L x 11"W x 33"H
The Wasa was built 1626 - 1628 by the Dutch master shipbuilder Henrik Hybertsson... Model is scratch built from hard wood, planks on frame by our master craftsmen and this model is full assembled, ready for display. There are two sizes; 60cm and 80cm hull long.
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