Sail and Rigging Detail -US Revenue Cutter JOE LANE c.1855 Sails are the most beautiful element of any sailing ship. For this reason, I choose to place them on many of my original one-of-a-kind models, especially the miniatures and other smaller scale versions under 3/16".
US Revenue Cutter JOE LANE, scratchbuilt wood model... This model represent this topsail schooner in her 1855 configuration. Made entirely of wood, with minute detail applied to her sails and rigging, she sets in a handsome custom finished base and is 21" LOA. Her scale is 1/8" = 1'. For more information about these detailed models email: Caseships@yahoo.com or visit http://www.artfixdaily.com/blogs/post/2661-miniature-collectibles---the-stewart-collection-of-classic-ships
US Revenue Cutter JOE LANE -scratchbuilt wood model This overview profile show one of America's naval schooners, JOE LANE, as she would have appeared after her repairs at Norfolk, Viriginia in 1855. On her maingaff she carries, in minute detail, a fine handpainted ensign of the United States Revenue Marine which is today known as the United States Coast Guard.