Le Soleil Royal (Mantua, 1:77)

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Le Soleil Royal (Mantua, 1:77)

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Mantua Sergal Le Soleil Royal Model

Part  #MA796

Length 40: / Height 38" / Scale 1:77



Mantua Sergal Le Soleil Royal Model # Art796

The Soleil Royale (Royal Sun) was a French 104-gun ship of the line, flagship of Admiral Tourville. It was a symbol of Royalty. The splendid Soleil Royale (Royal Sun) was launched at the port of Brest in 1669 during the reign of Louis XIV. Her awesome speed, maneuverability, and armament of 104 guns proved her matchless power in the war against the Hapsburgs. Mantua’s huge kit faithfully recreates the original. 

She is a Double plank-on-bulkhead kit, all parts are laser cut for a accurate fit and ease of assembly. The detailing in thsi kits is awesome there are 320 bronze decorations. Other fitting are made of walnut and brass. Kit is complete with silk-screened flags, cotton rigging, eight large plan sheets and instructions.

Length 40″ / Height 38″ / Scale 1:77


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