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Mare Nostrum - MND 15 - Faro della Vittoria Triest - 1:1250 - Original packed


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Models of the Lighthouse Faro della Vittoria Triest in scale 1:1250 by Mare Nostrum.

  • Manufacturer: Mare Nostrum
  • Model number: MND 15
  • Model type: Lighthouse
  • Scale: 1:1250
  • Lighthouse name: Faro della Vittoria Triest
  • Material: Resin
  • Model condition: Brand new
  • Special feature: -
  • Original packed: Yes
  • Attention: 14+ no toy
The iconic lighthouse of Trieste is now available in 1:1250 scale. With a height of almost 70 metres, it is one of the tallest Lighthouses in the world! Numerous historical maritime artefacts and sculptures have been used as ornaments, making it a memorial to all the fallen sailors of the First World War.
  • Delivery in Germany usually takes place within 2-3 working days.
  • For more information about shipping costs, please follow the link .
  • If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time.

Please note that we cannot offer free return shipping and the costs are borne by the customer.

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Mare Nostrum - MND 15 - Faro della Vittoria Triest - 1:1250 - Original packed


About Mare Nostrum

Mare Nostrum is based in Vienna and produces ship models as well as parts for dioramas and special buildings on a scale of 1:1250. The focus is on ships from the Mediterranean and the Baltic Sea. The models are mostly cast from resin. They do not differ visually from models made of cast metal.

The production of the mold

First, a master model of a ship is created based on the general plan. This can be done either by hand or using 3D printing. The master model serves as a template and is then cast in silicone rubber. After the rubber has hardened, the master model is removed and the negative mold remains.

Production of the model ship

The negative mold is used as a mold to fill a hot metal alloy. The liquid metal fills all the fine angles of the shape, making all the details on the model visible later. After cooling, the cast model is removed from the mold and cleaned to prepare it for painting. The painting, painting and decal placement are all done by hand.