The San Felipe was one of the most beautiful Spanish ships in the 1600s. Launched in 1690, it had 96 cannons and was the the lead ship of the feared Spanish Armada. It was powerful enough to go up against the most formidable ships in the French and British navies. In 1705, the San Felipe and 11 other Spanish ships waged a a furious and heroic battle against 35 British ships. After 24 hours of fighting, the San Felipe was captured, but was so badly damaged that it could not be salvaged as a prize. It sank with several tons of gold.
- Material: Rosewood, ebony and mahogany
- 100% assembled, ready for display
- Materials are transformed into art pieces by the skillful hand of the master craftsmen
- Smooth surface of wood on the hull
- Stern is the most decorated area with hundreds of small brass ornaments, brass railing, Figurine and lanterns
- All decks are done by putting together many rectangular small wooden pieces
- Round shape stairs connected the main deck and the forecastle deck
- Main deck is also equipped with a couple of life boats, which even come with their own paddles
- Model comes with its original flag and rest on a steady wooden base with attached metal name plate
- Wood pieces of different shades and colors are carefully selected and used to create an impressive look
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