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Jason KingSun Sep-28-14 12:42 PM
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#412, "Museum quality Titanic model for sale"


  

          

FOR SALE

A unique opportunity for the serious Titanic collector, exhibitor or museum to own a 1:100 scale (9ft) scratch built Titanic model.

Solid construction, very detailed and highly accurate.
For more information contact Jason - jasonking401@aol.com















Jason

Jaborg 666.

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RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale, titanicinfoseeker, Sep 29th 2014, #1
RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale, Michael 400, Oct 02nd 2014, #2
RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale, Scott Andrews, Oct 05th 2014, #3
RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale, monkey95, Oct 07th 2014, #
RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale, monkey95, Oct 07th 2014, #4
RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale, Jason King, Oct 07th 2014, #5
      RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale, Jason King, Apr 13th 2015, #6
           RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale, monkey95, Apr 13th 2015, #7

titanicinfoseekerMon Sep-29-14 09:20 PM
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#413, "RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale"
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Gosh any prices on that behemoth? Can't imagine the feeling of selling that.....

Hope you get a great offer and it gets in a museum!!!

Gus

  

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Michael 400Thu Oct-02-14 02:44 AM
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#414, "RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale"
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Hello Jason,

if I wouldn't build my own models in that scale it would be an opportunity for myself. I really hope you get serious offers reflecting your own effort of building this very fine model of the RMS Titanic.

Best regards,

Michael

  

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Scott AndrewsSun Oct-05-14 01:38 PM
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#415, "RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale"
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Jason,

"Museum quality," indeed, and I really hope that is exactly where the model will one day reside! This model rightfully deserves a place amongst the ship model collections of venues such as The Mariners' Museum, Newport News, Virginia.

Regards,
Scott Andrews
TRMA Trustee

  

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monkey95Tue Oct-07-14 05:18 AM
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#416, "RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale"


  

          

Jason
It must be with a very heavy heart that you offer this for sale.

I really hope this model ends up on public display rather than tucked away out of sight in a private collection. More than that it deserves to take its place in a significant maritime museum context. The new museum in Belfast - that's where it should go. Or Greenwich. Liverpool's already got that large but quite inaccurate builders model.

Does anyone here have contacts in the new Belfast Titanic centre - this model needs to go to the right home.

All the best with this Jason, and whatever projects you do next.

John H

  

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monkey95Tue Oct-07-14 05:18 AM
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#417, "RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale"
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Jason
It must be with a very heavy heart that you offer this for sale.

I really hope this model ends up on public display rather than tucked away out of sight in a private collection. More than that it deserves to take its place in a significant maritime museum context. The new museum in Belfast - that's where it should go. Or Greenwich. Liverpool's already got that large but quite inaccurate builders model.

Does anyone here have contacts in the new Belfast Titanic centre - this model needs to go to the right home.

All the best with this Jason, and whatever projects you do next.

John H

  

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Jason KingTue Oct-07-14 12:16 PM
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#418, "RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale"
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Thanks for everyone's kind words.

Although it is somewhat sad to offer my model for sale, the likelihood of it actually happening is a different story.

I am in no rush and will only part with it if the right offer comes along, so i could be 'testing the water' if you pardon the pun.
I would dearly love it to be displayed somewhere for others to see, enjoy and hopefully be inspired to be creative.

On the positive it would be nice to have the space and opportunity to perhaps build another Titanic and with additional info and new discoveries make it even more accurate. My ambition is to build a 1:48 scale Titanic and selling my model will help with a potential house move with hopefully a nice big workshop space!

P.S - I would also sell my 1912 wreck.

Kind regards

Jason

Jaborg 666.

  

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Jason KingMon Apr-13-15 02:10 PM
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#448, "RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale"
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SOLD

This Titanic will be going to America. Thanks to everyone for all your kind comments and interest in the past.

I hope that one day I will be in a position to build another large model that I will gladly share with you all.

Thank You.

Jason

Jaborg 666.

  

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monkey95Mon Apr-13-15 06:48 PM
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#449, "RE: Museum quality Titanic model for sale"
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That's big news Jason.

I trust that because you were in no rush you've got the right price for it.

It's a shame it'll be leaving Britain - I was hoping it would find a home in a museum here. It is probably currently the best large Titanic model in the country.

Keep us posted about what project you plan to turn your amazing skills to next. Let's hope it's ship-related, so you'll be sharing it here.

All the best,
John H

  

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