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CSS VIRGINIA model

The CSS Virginia was constructed from the partly burned U.S. steam frigate Merrimack at Gosport Navy Yard.  She entered dock on 30 May 1861 and left dock and attacked the Federal squadron in Hampton Roads on 8 March 1862, engaged the Monitor on 9 March 1862.  When the Navy Yard was evacuated by the Confederate forces, the VIRGINIA was found to be too deep for navigation in the James River and to avoid capture was destroyed by her own crew off Craney Island on 11 May 1862.  She was raised 30 May 1876 and broken up.  

 
 
 




This CSS Virginia ironclad ship model
was built with the help of a very knowledgeable civil war author.   Originally commissioned by the Civil War Museum of Texas, this exemplified model probably has  only one peer which is currently exhibited in the Mariner's Museum in Virginia.   It features:

46" long  x 9" wide x  12" tall        $1,900  S&H is $150

 

For display case, please click here: Model Ship Display Case

And please click on the blue wording to check out our beautiful USS Monitor model and USS Tecumseh model

 

 


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