N.S. Mercedes

Ref: 14007
$243.74 USD $374.99
€14.99 FREE Wooden Name Plate Included (Added In Cart)
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Measurements

1:85
845 mm
365 mm
640 mm
Yes
Medium
Transport fees

Spain
- Free for shipments over €175
- €5 for shipments under €175
- Time delivery is 24 and 48 hours from Monday to Friday.

Portugal
- Free for shipments over €175
- €7 for shipments under €175
- Delivery time is 2 - 4 days from Monday to Friday.

France
- Free for shipments over €175
- €7 for shipments under €175
- Delivery time is 3 - 5 days from Monday to Friday.

Rest of Europe
- Free for shipments over €200
- €7 for shipments under €200
- Delivery time is 3 - 5 days from Monday to Friday.

USA
- Free for shipments over 200$
- 10$ for shipments under 200$
- Delivery time is 5 - 7 days from Monday to Friday.

Canada
- Free for shipments over 250CA$
- 14CA$ for shipments under 250CA$
- Delivery time is 5 - 7 days from Monday to Friday.

Rest of the world
- The shipping price is shown at the time of purchase.
- Delivery time is 6 - 12 days from Monday to Friday.

*Possible taxes or additional customs fees are not included

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The frigate "Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes" was built in 1788 in Havana owned by the Spanish Royal Navy and equipped with 34 cannons.
Having left Montevideo on August 9, 1804 he was loaded with gold, silver, copper, tin, wool vicuna, Peruvian bark and cinnamon.

On October 5, 1804 takes place the Battle of Cape Santa Maria, where a projectile of the English fleet, hit the Santa Barbara, causing their tragic and fast sinking.

The company Odyssey, using a modern and sensitive sonar discovered in May 2007 in the Gulf of Cadiz, the wreck of the frigate.

Using an underwater robot controlled from the surface and operating at about 1,100 meters deep recover the sunken treasure of Mercedes.

500,000 silver coins and gold. (Pieces of eight and escudos minted in Lima, Peru in 1803) is the largest sunken treasure has been recovered to date.

Currently, the National Archaeological Museum in Cartagena, displays some of the recovered patrimony of the frigate.

Enjoy the historical spanish frigate, with the assembling the ship model of the Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes.
The kit is ready to mount with a high quality of assembling pieces.

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