18th & 19th Century Naval 54mm

Both naval and merchant ships of the 18th century carried deck guns for protection from enemy war ships, privateers and pirates. Qualified seamen were enlisted while others were impressed into service from ships on the high seas or from press gangs ashore, a practice indulged in by all the naval powers.

 

Sailors were not issued uniforms during the 18th century but wore various pieces of civilian clothing. However, the officers and marine detachments stationed on ships did wear uniforms.

 

These figures complement our Treasure Island series.


NAV S-120 Ship's Captain, 1750's

$17.00

  • Usually ships within 5-8 days1

NAV S-121 Sailor parrying

Sailor comes with a cutlass, a firestick and a pistol, circa 1750's

$17.00

  • Usually ships within 5-8 days1

NAV S-122 Sailor lunging

Sailor comes with a cutlass, firstick and pistol, circa 1750's

$17.00

  • Usually ships within 5-8 days1

NAV C-36 Sailor with ramrod

Sailor comes with cannon ramrod and bucket, circa 1750's

$17.00

  • Usually ships within 5-8 days1

NAV C-40 American Naval Officer, 1812

$17.00

  • Usually ships within 5-8 days1

NAV C-52 American Sailor

Circa 1775

$17.00

  • Usually ships within 5-8 days1

NAV 9030 Ship's Cannon 12 pound

$45.00

  • Usually ships within 5-8 days1

NAV 9040 Carronade, 32 pound

$45.00

  • Usually ships within 5-8 days1

NAV K-102 Sailor & 12 pound Cannon

12 pound cannon and sailor NAV C-36 on a wooden base

 

photo shows NAV K-102 and NAV K-103 and NAV S-122 together as a diorama

$60.00

  • Usually ships within 5-8 days1

NAV K-103 Captain and Carrronade

32 pound carronade with Captain NAV S-120 on a wooden base.

 

Photo shows NAV K-102 and K-103 and NAV S-122 together as a diorama

$60.00

  • Usually ships within 5-8 days1