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SOVETSKIY SOYUZ: 1923 - Mercator 1:1250th scale metal model

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Soviet Ships – A 1:1250th scale metal model of the SOVETSKIY SOYUZ, a former German passenger ship that against all odds became one of the longest lasting liners of all time.

Mercator makes the 6.5” long model.  The ship first sailed in 1923 as Hamburg American Line’s ALBERT BALLIN, named after the company’s brilliant Jewish leader of earlier years.  In the mid-1930s pressure from the Nazis forced a name change to HANSA.  The ship was sunk in 1945 and then raised by the Soviets in 1949.  After an extensive rebuild she became the Soviet Union’s largest passenger ship.  She sailed until the early 1980s and was scrapped at the amazing age of sixty, an almost unheard of age for a pax liner. 

Good condition with a missing mast.

$50.00
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