Model Pirate Ships If you're looking to acquire a pirate ship, than Medieval Collectibles is looking to facilitate that acquisition, just so long as it's a model pirate ship. We carry a wide array of awesome model pirate ships that not only make for great decoration but also serve perfectly as touching gifts for the sea-ship savvy or the privileged pirate. These model pirate ships come in a wide variety of sizes, from conveniently small to fantastically detailed and large. And even better, all of the model pirate ships featured by Medieval Collectibles are based entirely on real pirate ships, which were captained by real pirates like Calico Jack, Captain Kidd, and the infamous Blackbeard, so not only are they cool little model pirate ships but they're also pretty authentic, as well. So if you're looking to acquire an attractive model pirate ship either in lieu of a real pirate ship or at least only until you can get your own full-sized ship, then Medieval Collectibles will provide the means to acquire your very own pirate ship.
Few pirates are as well-known as Edward Teach, also known simply as Blackbeard. His ship remains infamous to this day, making the Blackbeards Queen Annes Revenge Model Ship a great piece of history to display in your home.
This White Caribbean Pirate Ship model replicates the design of a pirate brigantine This fast and easy-to-maneuver ship featured twice the cargo space of a sloop, making it a ship that was favored by Caribbean pirates.
Few ships can claim fame as readily as the Flying Dutchman can. This ghost ship has been a staple in nautical mythology for over one hundred years, appearing as a ghostly mystery that heralds great doom and misfortune.
Few ships can claim fame as readily as the Flying Dutchman. This ghost ship has been a staple in nautical mythology for over one hundred years, appearing as a ghostly mystery that heralds great doom and misfortune.
Almost anyone today can recognize the Jolly Roger flag made famous by Calico Jack. This pirate, born John Rackham, is relatively noteworthy in pirate history, commemorated with the Calico Jacks The William Model Ship.
Inspired by the infamous ship, Black Barts Royal Fortune Model Ship is a replica of the flagship sailed by the pirate Bartholomew Roberts, known more often as Black Bart. This model makes a fine piece of decor for your home or office.
This Black Caribbean Pirate Ship model replicates the design of a pirate brigantine. This fast and easy-to-maneuver ship featured twice the cargo space of a sloop, making it a type of ship favored by Caribbean pirates.
Based on the ship of the notorious privateer-turned-pirate, William Kidd, the Captain Kidds Adventure Galley Model Ship proudly depicts a vessel that Captain Kidd used during his lawfully-sanctioned actions against pirates.
Depicting the purported ship of infamous pirate, William Kidd, the Captain Kidds Black Falcon Model Ship proudly shows the pirate vessel of one of the most infamous pirates of history or one of the most vilified privateers.
Owned by perhaps the most successful pirate of the age, the Fancy was the ship of Henry Avery. This particular model ship, the Henry Averys The Fancy Model Ship, commemorates his successful career as a pirate.
This Black Caribbean Pirate Ship model replicates the design of a pirate brigantine This fast and easy-to-maneuver ship featured twice the cargo space of a sloop, making it a ship that was favored by Caribbean pirates.
The Prince de Neufchatel was fast-sailing United States privateer built in 1812 and launched one year later in 1813. Because she was a prime example of an armed schooner, we offer this replica, the Prince de Neufchatel Model Ship.
Edward Low was a notorious English pirate during the latter days of the Golden Age of Piracy. Though Low captained a number of ships, the Ed Lows Rose Pink Pirate Ship Model depicts one of his more infamous flagships.
The Englands Pearl Model Ship does not refer to the country, instead referencing the captain of the ship, a pirate by the name of Edward England. Born Edward Seegar, he engaged in piracy from 1717 to 1720 around Africa and India.
Despite having only participated in two voyages total, Thomas Tew and his ship, the Amity, are fairly well-known to pirate historians as the man who pioneered the Pirate Round, a route that became a popular path for pirates of the era.
John Gow was a successful, albeit a short-lived, pirate captain. The John Gows Revenge Model Ship displays a scale replica of his only pirate vessel. The Revenge served Captain Gow well during his career.
John Halsey was originally an American privateer from Boston who sailed under a British commission. John Halseys Charles Model Ship is a scale replica of the 10-gun brigantine that Halsey used as a privateer and a pirate.
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