Combrig is the largest producer of models of resin warships in the world. The list of models produced by the company, spans the entire history of the steel navy. Ship models cover 125 years of warship designs, from the ironclad
Petr Veliki (Peter the Great) of 1877 of the Imperial Russian Navy to the nuclear powered rocket cruiser (RKR) Petr Veliki of the modern Russian Navy. The unique warship designs of all eras of the world's navies, to the sleek
designs of today's Russian Navy are modeled by
Combrig. In 2003 Combrig started to produce warship designs from navies other than Russian. Initial models include a wide variety of subjects from a predreadnought battleship of the
Royal Navy to a modern frigate from the navy of India. The company name
Combrig comes from the rank of Commander of Brigade from the Red Army of 1930-1940. The logo reflects collar tab and star found on the uniform of a
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Combrig models are made of resin, not styrene plastic, and are for the relatively experienced
modeler.
 
                             Combrig Warships, 1:350 Scale
                                                                   Updated 22 November 2020
Kit Number
Description
   
35149
Russian Torpedo Boat No. 212, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - Overall, Torpedo Boat No. 212 is a good kit and it is a nice addition to the Combrig line of Imperial Russian ships of that era. Strangely you also get
the parts to build the dispatch vessel version and you could download that kit’s instructions from the
Combrig website. Due to the minimal parts count and somewhat basic photo-etch, this may be a good choice for a first resin ship
model kit. The individual railing stanchions could be a pain to work with.
   
35134 WL/FH
Izumrud, Modern Russian Coast Guard Cutter Project 22460, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Built by Vadim Malakhovskiy - Vadim Malakhovskiy has done a magnificent job on the Izumrud, modern Russian Coast Guard cutter Project
22460. The
Izumrud is produced by Combrig in 1:350 scale.
   
35132 WL/FH
Mytishchi, Modern Russian Corvette Project 22800, Combrig 1:350 Scale - Here is a treat from Combrig. It is the test build of a new Combrig kit in 1:350 scale. The subject is the modern Russian corvette, Mytishchi, Project
22800.
   
35124
Smerch/Kirov, Russian River Monitor, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - The Smerch/Kirov kit in 1:350 scale is certainly an interesting subject. Combrig has done a lot of research to determine the specific
differences among the monitors after their reconstruction. The kit is of the quality I have come to expect form
Combrig, crammed with lots of details. The hardest part is choosing which version to build.
   
35113 WL/FH
HMS Banshee, Twenty-Seven Knot/A Class Destroyer 1894, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig 1:350 scale model of HMS Banshee, Twenty-Seven Knot Class Destroyer is nothing less than superb.
There are a host of smaller resin and photo-etch brass parts that go on the turtle-back forecastle hull. Anyone with an interest in the history of the British destroyer will find the
Combrig HMS Banshee essential in the history of the
first destroyers.
   
35111 WL/FH
HMS Earnest 1897, British 30 Knot / B Class Destroyer, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig 1:350 scale HMS Earnest is an excellent model of a Laird built, four funnel destroyer that was part of the
second major class of British destroyer originally known as the
30-Knot Class and latter the B Class. It is a must for fans of British destroyers.
   
35108WL/FH
Astrakhan, Buyan Class, Project 21630 Russian Corvette, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - Combrig takes a welcome break from 1:350 scale Russo-Japanese War and World War I era ships with a modern naval
subject of
Astrakhan, Buyan Class corvette, in 1:350 scale and it does not disappoint. I hope that other modern Russian and Cold War Soviet subjects will be released in the future, in particular a Buyan-M (Project 21631) missile
corvette variant.
   
35105
Boevoy ex-Som, Imperial Russian Destroyer, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - Overall, the Boevoy (ex-Som) in 1:350 scale is an excellent kit and it is another nice addition to the Combrig line of Imperial Russian
destroyers. It has a full brass photo-etch set, including railings, excellent resin casting and much improved instructions.
35104WL/FH
BK-16, Russian Combat Boat, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - Combrig’s BK-16 kit will build into highly detailed miniatures of these new powerful multipurpose boats. Due to the size of the models and the
somewhat complicated photo-etch,
Felix Bustelo would definitely recommend this kit to experienced modelers. The only real negative is the lack of painting instructions for the disruptive camouflage applied to these boats.
   
35100WL
SMS von der Tann, Imperial German Battlecruiser 1910, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig SMS von der Tann in 1:350 scale includes finely cast resin parts and relief-etched brass parts. It is clearly
one of the best kits from
Combrig in this scale and is highly recommended.
   
3598FH/WL
Huascar, Peruvian Cole Turret Ironclad, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - Overall the Huascar in 1:350 scale appears to be fairly good release from Combrig, although there are some issues if you wish to build a
fully accurate model of
Huascar. Felix Bustelo always found this ship very interesting and his wish for a 1:350 scale kit was finally fulfilled.
   
3592FH
Svetlana, Imperial Russian Protected Cruiser, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - Overall the Svetlana in 1:350 scale is another great release from Combrig. It is fantastic to see another Imperial Russian warship in
1:350 scale, especially one as exotic and striking as
Svetlana.
3591FH/WL
Gilyak, Imperial Russian Gunboat, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Build Review by Felix Bustelo - The Gilyak model came out pretty well though, in my opinion, not necessarily my best work. It is a very interesting looking ship and a cool
addition to my slowly growing Imperial Russian Navy fleet. Due to some of the fiddly photo-etch parts, I would recommend this model to someone with experience and patience working with photo-etch.
   
3581
Dupuy de Lôme, French Armored Cruiser 1895, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig Dupuy de Lôme in 1:350 scale is a glorious model. This assessment is based on two factors. First is the inherent
quality and cleanness of the
Combrig resin and brass parts. The second factor is the architectural features of Dupuy de Lôme. All of the characteristics of French warship design in the last part of the 19th Century are on display in
spades. Whatever you like, from enormous rounded ram, to heavy fierce face military masts bristling with light guns, to graceful curved tumblehome hull with square windows, to the mouse ear funnel fume deflectors, its all there in
glorious excess.
   
3579
Montcalm, French Light Cruiser 1940, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Built by Veniamin Litvin - This is Veniamin Litvin's build of the model of the light cruiser "Montcalm" about May 1940 in 1/350 scale from Combrig. To make the
shape of the model corresponded to the 1940s, he had to redo or add some details. He added a lot of photo-etch and metal gun barrels from stocks.
   
3569FH
Almaz, Cruiser 2nd Rank, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Built by Vadim Malakhovskiy - Vadim Malakhovskiy has done a wonderful job in building the Combrig 1:350 scale full hull model of the Russian Cruiser 2nd Rank Almaz.
Commissioned in 1903 and assigned to the Baltic Fleet, the
Almaz was part of the 2nd Pacific Squadron and fought at the Battle of Tsushima. Almaz was one of the few major ships that reached the safety of Vladivostok after the
battle.
   
3562FH/WL
Suchena, Imperial Russian Torpedo Boat, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - Overall the 1:350 scale kit of the torpedo boat Suchna is a good kit and it is a nice addition to the Combrig line of Imperial Russian ship
of that era. It is good to see some of the smaller combatants represented in 1:350 scale. Due to the minimal parts count and somewhat basic photo-etch, this may be a good choice for a first resin ship model kit.
 
Suchena, Imperial Russian Torpedo Boat, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Built y Felix Bustelo - This is Felix Bustelo's build of the Combrig 1:350 scale Suchena kit, which he reviewed for Steel Navy (http://www.steelnavy.
net/CombrigSuchena350FBustelo.html). The model was fairly straight forward to build but Felix really doesn’t like railings with individual stanchion ends as he finds them a bit of a pain to work with and he tends to use too much
glue to attach them.
   
3560WL
Bayan, Imperial Russian Armored Cruiser, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - Overall, Bayan in 1:350 scale is another very good release from Combrig, marred only by the omission of ratlines from the photo-etch.
   
3558WL
HMS Victoria, British Battleship 1893, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - Overall the HMS Victoria in 1:350 scale is a good release from Combrig though there are a few relatively minor issues. Felix Bustelo really
likes that this time
Combrig went with a Victorian Era Royal Navy ship and he hopes that they will do some others as there are some pretty cool subjects from which to choose.
 
HMS Victoria, British Battleship, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Built by Nick Filippone, Entered in the 2019 US IPMS Nationals - Nick Filippone came from New York with multiple builds to enter into the 2019 IPMS US National
Convention in Chattanooga. This one is the
Combrig 1:350 scale of HMS Victoria, ill-fated British battleship. Nick noted that added after-market photo-etch brass parts, jeweler's chain for the anchor chain, metal wire for the
anti-torpedo nets, ceramic wire rigging and cotton rigging.
   
3557WL
Russian Floating Pier, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - This little set of a Russian Floating Pier by Combrig in 1:350 scale has a lot of potential uses in a variety of scenarios.  It can be used in conjunction with
Combrig’s Soviet/Russian harbor craft set and other modern Soviet/Russian ships.
3556
Modern Russian Harbor Craft, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - This little set has a lot of potential uses. Felix Bustelo can see the Combrig Modern Russian Harbor Craft set used in a variety of scenarios with any
of the plastic or resin modern Russian/Soviet warships and submarines available in 1/350 scale.
   
3553FH
Le Terrible, French Destroyer, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - The Combrig Le Terrible looks like a real gem of a kit with lots of detail. It is great to have a model of this handsome ship in 1/350 scale and
hopefully we will see some more French World War II ships in this scale. The kit out of the box is a pretty close representation of
Le Terrible in a post-war fit, building her in a 1943 fit would not be too difficult. The model appears
to be a somewhat complex build, so I would recommend it to modelers with some experience.
   
3552FH/WL
USS Helena PG-9, USN Gunboat, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Build Review by Felix Bustelo - The Combrig USS Helena in 1:350 scale builds into a beautiful model and is s a unique subject. Being an older release, there are some short
comings in terms of the photo-etch and assembly instructions that have been addressed in newer releases.
   
3551FH
Yakhont, Project 1265 Russian Minesweeper, Combrig 1:350 & 1:700 Scales, Review by Felix Bustelo - Whatever your scale preference is, you will not go wrong with either version of the Combrig Yakhont Project 1265 Russian
Minesweeper. If you are into modern Soviet/Russian ships, you will need a
Yakhont in your fleet to keep your naval base clear of mines.
3550WL
Imperator Nikolai I, Imperial Russian Battleship, Combrig/Box 261 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - The Combrig/Box 261 1:350 scale Imperator Nikolai I kit, in the humble opinion of Felix Bustelo, is excellent. There are
some very minor quibbles, but they do not detract from just how well done it is overall. If you are fan of Imperial Russian Navy ships, you must get this kit as your model fleet would benefit.
3549WL
Amur, High Speed Minelayer 1901, Imperial Russian Navy, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - The Amur is another good release from Combrig though there are some issues. It is good to see another ship from the
ill-fated Imperial Russian Navy and one that was very handsome.
   
3547
Bedovy, Imperial Russian Destroyer 1902, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - Overall, the Bedovy is a good kit and it is a nice addition to the Combrig line of Imperial Russian destroyers and ships of that era in general.
The lack of railings is a bit frustrating, but it you have an interest in ships of this time period than it should not stop you from acquiring this kit.
   
3543FH
Peresvet, Imperial Russian Battleship-Cruiser 1901, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - If you admire unique examples of naval architecture, the Imperial Russian Battleship-Cruiser Peresvet is for you. With towering
freeboard, bristling with guns on a tumblehome hull, the
Peresvet looks like an imposing castle. Combrig captures the look of these creations with their multi-media kit of Peresvet in 1:350 scale.
3542FH
Oslyabya, Imperial Russian Battleship, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - Overall, Oslyabya is a good release from Combrig. In one way, Combrig took a step forward with improved planking and more detail in
some assembly guide illustrations but at the same time they took a step back by omitting ship railings and a helpful illustration from the assembly instructions. Still this is a welcome addition to modeling a 1:350 scale Imperial Russian
Navy fleet.
   
3539FH
Aurora, Imperial Russian Protected Cruiser, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - Overall the Aurora appears to be
another good release from
Combrig though there are a few minor issues. It is great to see another Imperial Russian warship in 1:350
scale, especially one as lovely as
Aurora.
   
3537FH
SMS Seydlitz, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - Combrig provides an excellent kit of the iron horse of the German Grossen Kreuzer of World War One, the mighty SMS Seydlitz in all of her glory. You get crisp clean
resin castings and three frets of relief-etched brass.
   
3535WL
SMS Baden, Imperial German Battleship, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - Combrig provides a very good kit of SMS Baden in 1:350 scale, the pinnacle of German World War One dreadnought design. You get
crisp clean resin castings but a limited amount of photo-etch brass.
3534WL
HMS Tiger, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig 1:350 scale HMS Tiger is a beautiful kit of this most beautiful of the splendid cats. The detail is crisp and comprehensive, even though it could have been
slightly better. Although no generic brass fittings is included, this is easily remedied by any after-market fret.
   
3532
HMS New Zealand 1911, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Built by Colin Swager - Colin Swager of New Zealand built the Combrig 1:350 scale resin kit of the Indefatigable Class battlecruiser built by funds from the commonwealth and
donated to the Royal Navy before World War One.
New Zealand was in action in all three of the major actions in the North Sea in World War One, Heligoland Bight, Dogger Bank and Jutland.
   
3531WL
HMS Indefatigable, British Battlecruiser 1911, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig HMS Indefatigable in 1:350 scale is a striking kit. The resin parts are crisp, detailed and almost error free. However, the
kit is marred by the lack of tripod legs although templates are provided, aft top overhead and poor instructions. With a little work and generic railing, the modeler will have impressive model of this ship that blew up at Jutland on May
31, 1916.
3530FH
Gremyashchiy, Soviet Project 7 Destroyer 1936, Combrig 1:350 Scale - Project 7 was the first new destroyer design of the Soviet Union. Called the Gnevnyi Class in the west, this design was completely modern and large and
provided the back bone of the Soviet destroyer force in World War Two, suffering high losses in the Baltic and Black Seas.
Combrig/Box 261 had provided their first 1:350 scale kit of a World War Two subject with their Northern
Fleet
Project 7 Gremyashchiy. The kit can be built full hull or waterline and contains not only finely detailed and crisp resin part but a huge relief–etched brass fret.
   
3524FH
Hoche 1891 French Pre-Dreadnought, The Grand Hotel, Combrig 1:350 Scale - Summer is here and it is time to go on vacation and check into the Grand Hotel in the form of Combrig’s 1:350 scale Hoche. Only with Combrig
can you build this Disney version of a battleship with her towering superstructure, amidship castles, severe tumblehome, and heavy large structures hanging above each major gun position. With a plethora of resin and ship specific
parts
Combrig provides all of the cake and frosting for this concoction but the instructions are wanting.
   
3522FH
HMS Agamemnon 1908, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig HMS Agamemnon has its flaws, especially the lack of a torpedo net system, which was carried for the entire war; However, this kit can be
built into a very attractive model of what has been described as an ugly ship. How can any design with eight major gun turrets, flying deck with boat skid frame above that and a plethora of platforms be described as ugly?
   
3520WL
HMS Kent, County Class Armored Cruiser, Combrig 1:350 Scale - From 1898 to 1905 the Royal Navy designed seven classes of armored cruisers. In less than a decade, in this period of armored cruiser mania, there were 35 British
armored cruisers built. Ten of these were of the trade protection
County Class. HMS Kent was one of these. With the Combrig 1:350 scale Kent, any modeler can build a resin and brass version of one of the victors of the Falklands.
   
3514
HMVS Cerberus Breastwork Monitor, Combrig 1:350 Scale - The Combrig 1:350 scale HMVS Cerberus is an absolute gem with outstanding resin castings throughout. Cast in waterline format, when finished the modeler will have
the only example of a breast-work monitor commercially available. The only disappointing factor of the lack of a brass photo-etched fret is mitigated by the fact that almost all brass parts are generic such as inclined ladders and railing.
3513WL
Rurik II, Imperial Russian Armored Cruiser 1909, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - With the Combrig Rurik II in 1:350 scale you can build one of the largest and most powerful armored cruisers ever built, at least
until Jackie Fisher’s
HMS Invincible spoiled everything. The multimedia kit gives you the parts to build either the 1909 or 1912 fits.
   
3509WL
Danton 1911 French Post-Dreadnought Pre-Dreadnought Mixed Gun Battleship, Combrig 1:350 Scale - The last French mixed gun battleship design, the Danton, is one of the most glorious. It has everything that any admirer of
fierce face gaulic designs fancies, tumblehome, five top hat funnels, eight oval pill box turrets. Now
Combrig has provided a resin and brass kit in regal 1:350 scale of the Danton that provides all of the parts for this large battleship.
   
3507FH
SMS Scharnhorst, Imperial German Armored Cruiser, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The SMS Scharnhorst by Combrig in 1:350 scale is one of the best kits from the company. With a detailed hull casting,
excellently detailed smaller resin parts, two brass photo-etch frets and the best instructions that
Combrig has produced, the flagship of Maximilian Graf von Spee will look spectacular.
 
SMS Scharnhorst, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Built by Kostas Katseas - Kostas Katseas returns to the Kaiser's Navy with this build of the SMS Scharnhorst armored cruiser by Combrig in 1:350 scale.
 
SMS Scharnhorst, German Armored Cruiser, Combrig 1:350 Scale, Built by Ted Bunn - This is the SMS Scharnhorst in 1:350 Scale from Combrig. I opted for the more colorful peace time colors of white and spar for my
Scharnhorst using Tamiya and Colourcoats paint. Brass rod masts, turned yardarms, gun barrels and period photo-etch railing supplied by Burkhardt Masch at Modelmarine.de.












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3505
Nisshin, Japanese Armored Cruiser, 1904- Garibaldi Class, Click for Photographic Preview.
   
3503
Novik, Protected Cruiser 2nd Rank, 1902,  Click for Photographic Preview.
3502
Askold, Five Stack Protected Cruiser, 1904, with Photo-Etch Click for Photographic Preview.
3501
Retvizan, American Built, Imperial Russian Battleship, 1904, with Photo-Etch.
   
  Combrig Warships, 1:700 Scale
Updated 18 November 2020
   
70660
HMS Cressy 1901, British Armored Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - You too can take on battleships, as Sir William White DNC, designer of the Cressy Class armored cruiser said, “come to close quarters
with the enemy without running undue risks
”. However, Sir William could not foresee the U-9 and the Three before Breakfast, live bait squadron disaster. With the Combrig 1:700 scale model of HMS Cressy you get a very detailed
model of White’s dream cruiser. Just steer clear of U-Boats.
   
70634
HMS Beagle 1909, G Class British Destroyer, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - Join Admiral Cunningham as a member of the Outer Gabbard Yacht Club with the Combrig HMS Beagle 1909, G Class Destroyer in 1:
700 scale. Whether chasing the
SMS Goeben or supporting landings of the Aussies at Anzac Cove, this ‘Mediterranean Beagle’ presents a fine model of the last coal fired destroyer class of the Royal Navy.
   
70628
HMS Colossus 1911, British Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig kit of the HMS Colossus in 1:700 scale is highly recommended. Everything is provided, except for plastic rod, to build an
extremely detailed model of the only British battleship of the main body of the Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland to receive hits from heavy German shells.
70627
HMS Neptune 1911, British Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig HMS Neptune in 1:700 scale is a very fine kit to build the Royal Navy’s first foray beyond the original layout of HMS
Dreadnought
, with the introduction of a superfiring 12-inch gun turret aft and the inclusion of glorious flying boat decks.
   
70622
HMS Superb 1909, Bellerophon Class Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The contents of the  Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Superb kit are identical to the kit of the Combrig Bellerophon but there is a
difference between the two in the parts used.  This is the platform under the fore control top. With this kit
Combrig also significantly improved their instructions.
70621
HMS Bellerophon 1909, British Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Bellerophon kit provides the ingredients for a beautiful model of the follow up of HMS Dreadnought.
Although a near repeat of
Dreadnought, the Bellerophon with two tripods mounted in front of the stacks, provides a more imposing and graceful profile. With this kit Combrig also significantly improved their instructions.
   
70517
SMS Elsass 1904, Braunschweig Class Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - Beware John Bull! With the magnificent new Navy Law, Kaiser Bill is furnishing his navy with hard charging battleships, which will
make your knees knock, your heart flutter, your body go into uncontrollable tremors and spasms. Behold the
SMS Elsass, the second battleship of the Braunschweig Class. With her incredibly fast-firing 11-inch guns, neither you nor
any other power will threaten the Reich’s place in the sun!
   
70509
HMS Havock 1894, The First Destroyer, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - What are you going to do about the swarms of malevolent French, Russian and German torpedo-boats threatening Her Majesties regal
battleships? Queen Victoria will be proud of your selection of the
Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Havock, the first destroyer.
   
70508
HMS Hardy 1895, Doxford 27 Knot Class Destroyer, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - If you are interested in recreating the history of the British destroyer, the Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Hardy, Doxford built
27-Knotter is for you. With three funnels and a very different midship to stern deck layout from the Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Ardent, Thorneycroft built 27-Knotter with two funnels, the Hardy shows what happens when
builders did not build to a standard Admiralty design.
   
70503
HMS Ardent 1895, Thorneycroft 27 Knot Class Destroyer, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Ardent of 1895 is a nice kit of one of the first 27 Knot Class Torpedo Boat Destroyer built
by the established firm of Thorneycroft. It is economical to buy and easy to assemble but would benefit with brass photo-etch detail.
70502
HMS Stag, D Class British Destroyer 1900, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig model of HMS Stag is a fine little model of the last of the 30-knotter British destroyers to be built. The kit provides a lot of
value for its low price with many finely detailed resin parts but no photo-etch.
   
70496
Novorossiisk, Soviet Battleship 1950, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig 1:700 Novorossiisk provides a compete, detailed mode of one of the oldest serving battleships, serving from World War One to
well into the atomic era when most battleships of any era had disappeared. With the Soviet AA gun mounts it certainly supplies a different build than the Italian fit kits for
Giulio Cesare and Conte di Cavour.











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70488
Tromp, Dutch Light Cruiser 1942 Fit, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig Tromp provides resin and brass parts to build a fine miniature of one of the few survivors of the Java Campaign in early 1942.
Now, you too can shoot up Japanese destroyers or “
Roar it up” in Sabang Harbor, as described by Admiral James Somerville.
   
70475
HMS King George V 1912, Combrig 1:700 Sclae, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig King George V 1:700 scale kit has increased the detail from previous Combrig releases on other classes of British battleships, such as the
Orion Class. The resin hull has more detail and the brass photo-etch fret has significantly improved from past releases. The only thing that did not change was the instructions. This kit provides a crucial missing link in the Combrig
releases of the different classes of British battleships and will build into a very handsome replica,
   
70467
HMS Canada 1915, British Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig HMS Canada in 1:700 scale is a very good kit. Resin quality is excellent and it comes with a brass photo-etch fret. The kit is
only marred by the instructions but they are still usable with patience and cross referencing the included plan and profile drawings.  
70466
USS New Hampshire BB-25, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - Send the Granite State to sea! The Combrig 1:700 scale USS New Hampshire BB-25 is a lovely kit of the last USN predreadnought battleship. She is
different from her sisters of the
Connecticut Class to give you variety in your fleet. The kit has very fine resin parts, a good brass photo-etch fret but no photo-etch railing.
   
70460
USS Georgia BB-15 1906, Virginia Class Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig USS Georgia BB-15 in 1:700 scale provides a detailed multi-media model for this member of double storied turret
ship of the
Virginia Class. One of the strong points of the kit is the different shaped aft decks for different members of the class, including the Georgia. As Brandon at Free Time Hobbies would say, Go Dawgs!!!  Or is it a Yellow
Jacket for the Blue Jackets?  
   
70451
HMS Lord Nelson 1908, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Lord Nelson is a very nice kit of this unique ship. Although not perfect, the multi-media kit provides almost everything
needed to replicate in miniature this historic battleship.
   
70443
HMS Caesar 1898, Last of the Majestic Class Battleships, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Now you can have William White’s wonder, the Majestic Class British battleship, which established the standard design for the British battleship for
almost a decade.
HMS Caesar was the last of the nine ships of the class and is different in barbette design and bridge location from the first six ships in bridge location and seven ships in barbette design. Combrig provides their usual
outstanding casting with clean, crisp and detailed parts but no photo-etch.
   
70437
Chervona Ukrainia, Soviet Light Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig Chervona Ukrainia in 1:700 scale is very impressive. With parts for five different fits from 1927 through 1941 this Soviet
light cruiser, designed for the Tsar’s navy but sunk by Stukas, comes with a very large relief-etched brass fret and a host of fine resin parts.
   
70431
SMS Oldenburg, Helgoland Class German Battleship 1912, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Photographic Review - Now you can give perfidious Albion a run for the Reich Mark. It is time for your Place in the Sun with the new Combrig
1:700 scale dreadnoughts of the High Seas Fleet and there is no better starting place than the
SMS Oldenburg.
   
70424
Edgar Quinet 1911, French Armored Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Thanks to Combrig, you now can get a 1:700 scale of the best of the French armored cruisers, the Edgar Quinet. An ancestor of the heavy cruiser, the Edgar
Quinet
ditched the mixed armament of France other countries' armored cruisers and went to an all big gun armament of fourteen 7.6-inch guns mounted in twin gun turrets, single gun turrets and casemate guns. With a speed of
24-knots, the
Edgar Quinet was a good design. There was only one problem. Across the channel the Royal Navy started building the Invincible class battle cruisers that put an end to armored cruiser mania and introduced battle
cruiser madness.
   
70422
SMS Von der Tann, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig 1:700 scale kit of SMS von der Tann is a study in contrasts. On one hand the hull casting and superstructure castings are fantastic but on the other
hand the instructions have something to be desired. The ingredients are present for a fine model of the first German battlecruiser.
70421
SMS Seydlitz, German Battlecruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Reiew by Steve Backer - The Combrig 1:700 scale model of the SMS Seydlitz is a good solid kit. The kit will build into a post Jutland Seydlitz with minimal work. The
greatest shortcoming of the kit is the lack of torpedo nets, net shelves and net booms, which are necessary to portray the
Seydlitz from commissioning through the Battle of Jutland.
 
SMS Seydlitz, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Kostas Katseas - The German Battlecruiser, SMS Seydlitz, from the Combrig 1:700 scale kit, built by Kostas Katseas.
   
70418
SMS Kaiserin, Kaiser Class German Battleship 1918, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Photographic Review - With SMS Kaiserin you have a battleship fit for an Empress. The Combrig 1:700 scale model of the ship provides resin and brass
parts for a late war fit of the battleship. The
Combrig Kaiserin comes with a heavy pole foremast and enlarged foretop, which, if fitted, would have been a post Jutland addition.
   
70413
HMS Leviathan, Drake Class Armored Cruiser 1903, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Photographic Review - Leviathan is a proper name for a member of this class of gigantic armored cruiser. For years the members of this class were
among the largest and fastest warships in the world. Now, thanks to
Combrig, 1:700 models of these giants can grace the Home Fleet of any modeler.
   
70411
HMS Drake, British Armored Cruiser 1914, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Combrig presents another winner with their 1:700 scale model of HMS Drake. The cruiser hull is large and impressive and yet with less parts on the included
photo-etch fret than found in most
Combrig releases, the Drake should prove an easy build.
70410
Izmail, Imperial Russian Battle Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale - The Combrig 1:700 scale Izmail is a large and striking kit. Armed with 14-inch/52 main guns, this Russian battle cruiser design had longer 14-inch guns than those
found in any other navy. If it had not been for a twist of fate, they could have been ordered in 1911, instead of 1912, and completed shortly after the start of World War One. Four powerful
Izmails and four Sevastopol class
battleships would have certainly complicated the Baltic balance of power immensely.
Combrig provides full resin and brass parts, excluding railing, to build a scale replica of one of the largest Imperial Russian warship ever launched.
   
70407
Danton 1911 French Post-Dreadnought Pre-Dreadnought Mixed Gun Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale - The Danton was not a pre-dreadnought but a post-dreadnought design, in which the French chose to build a mixed
armament battleship and rejected the all big gun layout of
HMS Dreadnought but the ship had a greater displacement than the British battleship. The 1:700 scale Combrig Danton provides excellently produced resin and brass parts to
model
Danton in all her eight turret, five funnel, top hat cap glory.
70406
HMS Hood, Turret Battleship 1893, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - Now you can build the pride of Admiral Sir Arthur Hood, First Sea Lord of the Admiralty, the last turret battleship of the Royal Navy, HMS Hood
of 1893. The
Combrig HMS Hood 1893 kit is a good kit in spite of a few blemishes.
   
70404
HMS Benbow, Iron Duke Class Battleship 1914, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Combrig has released kits for all four members of the Iron Duke class. None of the kits are identical to each other. The Combrig 1:700 scale kit of HMS
Benbow
portrays the ship as commissioned in November 1914. The Combrig Benbow kit also provides the best basis for building a Jutland fit of the Iron Duke class.
70403
HMS Marlborough 1918, Iron Duke Class Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The HMS Marlborough was the only British battleship to take a torpedo hit during the Battle of Jutland and came very close to
taking others during and after the battle. As it was, there were still thoughts of removing her crew. This handsome member of the
Iron Duke Class is available in 1:700 scale from Combrig in the 1918 fit of HMS Marlborough.
   
70401
HMS Iron Duke, British Battleship 1918, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Finally Combrig has gotten around to the flagship of the Grand Fleet through 1916. The HMS Iron Duke had classic good looks and Combrig has reproduced those
looks in this 1:700 scale kit. With numerous resin and brass parts, the kit can be intimidating to the uninitiated but it is a gold mine of detail. Sir John Jellicoe can sail again.
   
70400
SMS Albatross, Imperial German Minelayer Cruiser 1908, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - It does not matter that your cruisers and destroyers have abandoned you, or that you are being chased by four Russian
armored cruisers, with the
Combrig 1:700 scale SMS Albatross, you can relax in your own Swedish Spa. This fine multimedia kit will give you an excellent miniature of this purpose-built Imperial German minelayer cruiser.
   
70365
Kosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, Soviet Space Event Support Ship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig Kosmonaut Yuri Gagarin is a truly unique model. It is the most ambitious and challenging kit yet
produced by
Combrig. With the high quantity of resin and brass parts provided and the complexity of the various space communication arrays, the kit is certainly not for beginners. It will be a challenging build for even advanced
modelers but the promise is there. On completion the modeler will have a truly unique show stopper.
   
70360
Yakhont, Project 1265 Russian Minesweeper, Combrig 1:350 & 1:700 Scales, Review by Felix Bustelo - Whatever your scale preference is, you will not go wrong with either version of the Combrig Yakhont Project 1265 Russian
Minesweeper. If you are into modern Soviet/Russian ships, you will need a
Yakhont in your fleet to keep your naval base clear of mines.
   
70354
Steregushchy, Modern Russian Corvette, Combrig/ Gwylan Models 1:700 scale, Build Review by Ayala Botto - Gwylan Models originally produced the 1:700 scale model of the Steregushchy, modern Russian corvette, however,
Combrig has taken over production of the kit. If you’re looking for the first resin model to build, this is the kit you’re looking for! As for the other modellers fans of Russian Modern Ships, this is a must have model!
   
70352
Admiral Makarov, Project 1134A 1973 - Soviet Classification of Large Anti-Submarine Ship. Known under the Soviet Codename of Berkut A, the NATO codename for the design was Kresta II.  
   
70345
Nickolai Filchenkov, Project 1171 Tapir Class Type IV BDK 1976, NATO Code Name Alligator LST, Combrig 1:700 Scale - The 1:700 scale  Combrig Nickolai Filchenkov presents the opportunity to own the Russian Gunfire
Gators. This is the 14th and last of the Project 1171 BDKs, NATO code name
Alligator. Only two of the class were built to this Type IV standard. The model features a forward superstructure with 140mm rocket launcher on the top
deck and an extended superstructure aft. Now only will you get the rocket launcher introduced with the Type III variant and the twin 57mm mount found on the original Type I variant, but also you get two twin 25mm gun positions,
which were only found on the Type IV variant. What more could a growing Gator want?
70344
Voronezhsky Komsomolets, Large Landing Ship 1964, Project 1171 Alligator - The Russian Gators are coming. If you are a "Gator" enthusiast you will have to get the Russian Alligator class LSTs. The design is a mixture of the
blunt-bowed WW2 design with clamshell doors on the cutwater and modern streamlined superstructure. The
Voronezhsky Komsomolets is the first of the ships of the Project 1171 Tapir class BDKs and reflects the Type I variant,
identifiable with two cranes forward, one crane aft, lack of superstructure forward and smaller aft superstructure.
70343
Al Hani, Libyan Frigate, Project 1159TR, Koni IV,
70342
Beograd, Yugoslav Frigate, Project 1159R, Koni III,
70341
Reis Korfo, Algerian Frigate, Project 1159T, Koni II,
70340
Delfin, Soviet Export Frigate, Project 1159, Koni
   
70338PE
Provorny, Project 61E BPK, KashinMissile Test Destroyer, Combrig 1:700 Scale - The Provorny Project 61E, Kashin, destroyer provides a one-off variation of this numerous destroyer class. With the Combrig Provorny Project
61E BPK
in 1:700 scale, every modeler can build this unique vessel in her configuration as missile test platform with the solid pylon main mast, Top Steer array, and single SA-N-7 mount aft, with Photo-Etch.
70337PE
Slavny, Project 61M BPK, Modified Kashin Soviet Missile Destroyer, Combrig 1:700 Scale - The Project 61M, Modified Kashin, destroyers were wonderful looking warships. With the Combrig Slavny Project 61M BPK in 1:700
scale, the modeler will get all of the resin parts, two brass frets and even a decal sheet to model this complex design. The only item that mars this kit is a set of inadequate instructions.
70336PE
Obraztsovy, Large Antisubmarine Ship BPK- Project 61 - 1965 with Photo-Etch - Click for Preview of the Obraztsovy. Resin Parts and Decal Sheet Shown. Photo-Etch Fret and Instructions not Shown.
70335
Gumanenko, Minesweeper 1994 - Pr. 12660 Gorya - Click for a preview of the Admiral Gumanenko.
   
70333
Izumrud, Grisha II Class Antisubmarine Ship- Pr. 1124P - Given the NATO code name Grisha II, the 17 ships of this series were used by the KGB for guarding the maritime boundaries of the Soviet Union.  
70332
Petropavlovsk, Pr. 1134B - Click for Photographic Preview.
   
70328
Neustrashimy, Frigate, Pr. 11540, with Photo-Etch. Click for Review.
   
70325
Moskva, ex-Slava, RKR, Pr. 1164,  with Photo-Etch & Decals. Click for review of the resin components of the Moskva.
70324
Azov, BPK, Pr. 1134BF,  Click for a Photographic Preview.
   
70322
Ochakov, BPK, Pr. 1134B,  Click for Photographic Preview.
70321
MPK-44, Ex-Komsomolets Latvii, Small Anti-Submarine Ship, Grisha I - Pr. 1124 Albatros,  Click for Photographic Preview.
   
70314
Vitse-Admiral Drozd, RKR, Pr. 1134, Click for Review.
   
70311
Sverdlov, Light Cruiser, Pr. 68bis, Click for Review
   
70299
Ilmarinen, Coast Defense Ship, Finland - Click on photograph for biography of the ship and photographs of the completed model.
   
70297
Emanuele Filiberto Duca D'Aosta 1935, Italian Light Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale - The fourth class of Condottieri Italian Light Cruisers continued with the trend for larger but better protected cruisers. The two ships of the
Duca D’Aosta Class saw another jump in displacement and continued the Italian tradition of designing elegant warships. Combrig has released their own 1:700 scale model of Duca D'Aosta.
70296
HMS Abercrombie, British Monitor, The last of 42 monitors to be built by the Royal Navy in the 20th Century. Armed with two 15-Inch/42 guns, Abercrombie supported the US 7th Army at Sicily and Salerno. Click for Review.
   
70294
HMS Royal Sovereign, British Battleship - 1889 - William White designed the classic battleship for the 1889 Royal Navy estimates. The design for this class set the standard design for British battleships until the advent of the
dreadnought. Click for Review.
   
70291
HMS Roberts, Last of the Monitors, Combrig 1:700 Scale - The Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Roberts is an excellent kit. With the Roberts, Combrig corrected mistakes made in their Abercrombie kit, making the Roberts even more
attractive for the modeler over her sistership. With a little RN pattern photo-etch, you can build a beautiful reproduction of the last of the monitors.
 
HMS Roberts, British WWII Monitor, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by David Bilek - David Bilek just finished HMS Roberts the monitor from Kombrig in scale 1/700. HMS Roberts from Kombrig is very accurate resin kit. David
was very satisfied with quality of casting.
   
70290
HMS Britannia, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Frank O'Neill - Here are some photos of Frank O'Neill's recently completed HMS Britannia. It is the 1:700 scale Combrig kit with Tom's Modelworks railings and Atlantic
Models
ratlines.
 
HMS Commonwealth, British Battleship 1918, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Rob Kernaghan - Rob Kernaghan has really taken to World War One Royal Navy dazzle camouflage schemes. First he unveils his HMS London,
battleship/minelayer, in her 1918 dazzle scheme and now it is
HMS Commonwealth in her 1918 dazzle scheme. The kit is the Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Britannia kit, modified to represent the 1918 appearance of the ship.
 
HMS Hibernia, King Edward VII  Class Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Rob Kernaghan -This is the HMS Hibernia, Royal Navy battleship of the King Edward VII Class. Rob Kernaghan used the Combrig 1:700 scale
kit of
HMS Britannia for the basis of the model of Hibernia.
   
70289
HMS King Edward VII, British Battleship 1905 - The last British battleship design attributed to Sir William White was the eight ship King Edward VII Class. It broke from the previous pattern and introduced an intermediate
armament of 9.2-Inch guns. Click for Photographic Review.
 
Taking It Green! HMS Africa in Heavy Seas, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Diorama by Peter Fulgoney - This diorama is loaded with drama and mood. Peter Fulgoney took the Combrig 1:700 scale kit of HMS King Edward VII and
built it as
HMS Africa. However, it is the superlative "Heavy Seas" in which the model is placed, which sets it apart from the ordinary.
   
70288
USS Astoria, New Orleans Class Heavy Cruiser 1942 -  USS Astoria CA-34 was the first of the seven ship class of the New Orleans Class heavy cruiser to be laid down. These cruisers had heavier armor than preceding classes of
USN heavy cruiser. The
Astoria was lost at the Battle of Savo Island on August 9, 1942. Kit with Photo-Etch.
70287
USS Minneapolis, New Orleans Class Heavy Cruiser 1943 -  USS Minneapolis CA-36 was called Minnie by her crew and earned 17 battle stars in the fighting in the Pacific in World War Two. Seriously damaged at the Battle of
Tassafaronga on November 30, 1942, she went in the yard for a major refit and came out in September 1943 with a changed appearance. This kit portray Minnie after this refit. Kit with Photo-Etch.
70286
Algérie, French Heavy Cruiser, 1940 - The best Treaty Cruiser design from any country. The Algérie combined striking good looks with excellent operational characteristics all within the 10,000-ton Washington/London Treaty
restrictions. With Photo-Etch.
   
70285
HMS Tiger 1914 - The last and the most handsome of the battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy prior to World War One. Click for Photographic Review.
 
HMS Tiger 1916, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Kostas Katseas - This is the 1/700 scale Combrig HMS Tiger with some modifications, as in 1916-1917. Kostas Katseas could not get the decals for the turrets in time so he left
them in same color as the rest of the ship.
 
HMS Tiger, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Norbert Thiel - If you produce your own line of resin kits as does Norbert Thiel of NNT, what kits of other companies interest you? Here are photographs of the recently finished model
of Norbert's non-
NNT favourite, HMS Tiger by Combrig in 1:700 scale, with a lot of modifications.
   
70284
Grille, German Yacht 1935 -
70283PE
USS Porter DD356, Early War Fit, Late 1941 to 1942 - This kit shows the Porter Class after the superstructure was greatly reduced for more anti-aircraft guns. Porter had this fit when lost in October 1942 and other units had this
appearance into 1943. Kit with Photo-Etch.
70282PE
USS Porter DD356, Pre-War Fit, 1936-Early 1941 - Preview of the pre-war fit of the eight ship class of large destroyers for the USN. Click for review. Kit with Photo-Etch.
   
70281
HMS Dreadnought 1906 - Admiral Jackie Fisher's dream battleship of 1906 introduced the all big gun capital ship and was one important designs in the history of the capital ship. Kit with Photo-Etch. (Click for Review)
 
HMS Dreadnought, Built by Dmitry Chernov - One of the most detailed kits produced by Combrig is the HMS Dreadnought in 1:700 scale. These are photographs of this outstanding Combrig model built by Dmitry Chernov.
Dmitry builds all of the
Combrig kits. He also is involved in the technological process at the final stage of master model assembly.  
   
70280
HMS Queen Mary, British Battlecruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Combrig has launched the first of their Splendid Cats. The HMS Queen Mary was outrageously beautiful and Combrig has reproduced the power and magnificence
of the battle cruiser in this 1:700 scale kit. With the high parts number of minuscule resin and brass parts, the
Combrig Queen Mary is probably not for the beginner but is certainly a superb kit for any modeler with resin experience.
 
HMS Queen Mary, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Frank O'Neill - Here are pictures of the Combrig in 1:700 scale. Queen Mary. Frank O'Neill used the Combrig photo-etch that comes with the kit and added Tom's Modelworks
photo-etched railings, stairs and ladders.
 
HMS Queen Mary, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Peter Randall - This is the Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Queen Mary kit, This kit has been built by Peter Randall for a friend his whose grandfather was a Warrant Engine Room
Aritificer on her at Jutland .
   
70271PE
HMS Swiftsure 1904, British 2nd Class Battleship - Purchased from Chile to Prevent her Purchase by Russia. Kit with Photo-Etch. (Click for Review)
   
70269
HMS London, Minelayer Ex-Battleship 1918, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Rob Kernaghan - In 1917 the battleship London was ordered back to the UK from the Mediterranean for conversion into a minelayer. She joined the 1st
Minelaying Squadron in January 1918.
Rob Kernaghan converted the Combrig 1:700 scale model of HMS Queen to portray the London as a minelayer.
   
70265
HMS Duncan 1903, British "Fast" Predreadnought Battleship, Last RN battleship design to be worked up completely by Sir William White. Provided for in the Supplemental 1898 Program. (Click for Review)
 
HMS Duncan, November 1905 - This is the HMS Duncan kit built by Bob Cicconi.
   
70264
HMS Agincourt, The Gin Palace, 1918 - Ordered by Brazil to overawe Argentina and Chile and then purchased by Turkey to fight the Greeks, this battleship was seized under orders of Winston Churchill on the eve of World War
One and became
HMS Agincourt. She mounted more main guns in more turrets and had a heavier secondary battery than any battleship ever built. (Click for Review)
 
HMS Agincourt 1917, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Kostas Katseas - Kostas Katseas has done another magnificent job with his construction of the Combrig 1:700 scale model of HMS Agincourt. The fit reflects her appearance
in late 1917. The original flying bridges and aft tripod have been removed but the
Gin Palace still retains the tall amidship derrick.
 
HMS Agincourt 1917, Combrig 1:700 Scale - This is the Combrig 1:700 scale resin kit of HMS Agincourt. Peter Fulgoney built this kit in conjunction with White Ensign Models HMS Tiger photo-etch set., MIG pigments for
"rust", and "smoke", and invisible thread from a fabric shop for the rig.
   
70263
HMS Erin 1915 - Ordered by Turkey as the Reshadieh, this battleship was designed and built by Vickers. The design proved to be a very elegant and efficient design, packing the power of the RN Iron Duke Class on far less
displacement. Ordered seized by Winston Churchill on the eve of World War II, she served in the RN as
HMS Erin. Kit with Photo-Etch. (Click for Review)
 
HMS Erin 1915, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Kostas Katseas - This is the Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Erin, built by Kostas Katseas. The Erin was ordered from the Vickers Yard in 1911 by Turkey and Vickers designed a ship
that packed quite a punch in a small size.  
 
HMS Erin, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Norbert Thiel - Here are some pictures showing results with Combrig´s 1:700 scale HMS Erin. Norbert Thiel have cast his own turrets, used NNT gun barrels and White Ensign Models
Photo-Etch.
 
HMS Erin 1914, Build of Kit by Peter Fulgoney - British modeler Peter Fulgoney built the Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Erin to show the battleship as she was seized from the builders in August 1914.
   
70262
HMS Thunderer, Orion Class Battleship 1915 - This model portrays Thunderer in the 1915 to early 1916 time period with fully extended navigation platform and enclosed 4-inch guns on shelter deck. Kit with Photo-Etch (Click for
a Review)
 
HMS Thunderer 1914, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Hanchang Kuo - This is Hanchang Kuo's Combrig 1/700 scale HMS Thunderer finished in her 1914 fit. This is an excellent kit as is usual with Combrig.
 
HMS Thunderer, Orion Class Battleship, Built by Peter Fulgoney - Peter Fulgoney built his Combrig HMS Thunderer to show her appearance at mid war.
   
70261
HMS Conqueror, British Super-Dreadnought 1913, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Bob CicconiBob Cicconi built the Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Conqueror as she appeared in 1913 with two white bands on her after funnel and
in overall medium gray. He modified the bridge and foremast structure to match photos of
Conqueror.
   
70260
HMS Conqueror 1912, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig HMS Conqueror in 1:700 scale provides a detailed multi-media model of the last of the Orion Class Superdreadnoughts. Now, with the help of
Combrig, you can chant, “We want eight and we won’t wait!” for your own Supplemental Building Program and put to shame the 1:700 building program of the Huns.
   
70259
HMS Orion 1914, the First of the Super-Dreadnoughts - Designed only five years after HMS Dreadnought, the HMS Orion had almost twice the broadside weight of shell, thanks to the addition of the 13.5-inch/45 Mk V gun as the
main armament. The model depicts the ship as built 1912-1914 with early compass platform, early tripod and net booms. Kit with Photo-Etch. (Click for Review)
 
HMS Orion 1914, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Frank O'Neill - Here are some pictures of the HMS Orion built by Frank O'Neill. It's the Combrig 1/700 scale kit with Tom's Modelworks brass rails added.
   
70258
SMS Gneisenau, German Armored Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Photographic Review - If it is time to add Grosser Kreuzer to your High Seas Fleet, the Combrig 1:700 scale SMS Gneisenau will more than suffice. This highly
detailed kit replicates one of the best armored cruisers produced by Imperial Germany, which in the short span of 36 days went from overwhelming victory to overwhelming defeat.
70257
SMS Scharnhorst, German Armored Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig SMS Scharnhorst in 1:700 scale has very good to excellent resin parts and a good brass photo-etch fret. The inadequate
instructions will not bar building a beautiful model of Admiral von Spee’s flagship at the Battles of Cornel and the Falklands.
 
SMS Scharnhorst, Imperial German Armored Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Frank O'Neill - This is the Combrig 1:700 Scale Scharnhorst, built by Frank O'Neill. Railings are from Tom's Modelworks, canvas
wind-dodgers are simulated with diluted white glue, boat davits and sternwalk are from
White Ensign Models.
   
70254
Espana, Spanish Battleship 1913, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Photographic PreviewCombrig has just released kits for two Spanish battleships, Espana and Jaime I. This provides a photographic preview of the Espana. The three
battleships of this class were the smallest dreadnought type battleships to be built.
 
Espana, Spanish Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Frank O'Neill - Here are some photos of the Combrig 1:700 scale España just finished-hot off the workbench of Frank O'Neill. The railings are from Tom's
Modelworks
, the masts are scratch-built, as are the searchlight reflector lenses.
   
70253
SMS Blucher, German Armored Cruiser 1914, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Combrig has done another admirable job in producing a 1:700 scale replica of the best of the armored cruisers. Although a World War One warship, this
Blucher kit is not for the beginner. With its numerous searchlight platforms and raised boat skids, there are some delicate subassemblies found here. However, for everybody else the Combrig Blucher is recommended without
reservation.
   
70251
HMS Indomitable, British Battle Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale - This is another superb model from Combrig, which includes ship specific brass photo-etch. The Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Indomitable kit will allow the modeler
to build a post 1910
Indomitable with lengthened forward funnel. Sign up now with your favorite retailer, as their first shipment of the Combrig Indomitable won't last long.
70250
HMS Inflexible, Fighting in Three Seas, Combrig 1:700 Scale - The 1:700 scale Combrig Inflexible kit is perfect for one of her three early operations, the Goeben chase in August 1914, the Battle of the Falklands in December
1914 or the naval assault on the Narrows in March 1915.
Combrig has provided a great quantity of splendid resin and brass parts and this kit belongs in the collection of admirers of that most glamorous type of big gun ship, the
battle cruiser.
70249
HMS Invincible, British Battle Cruiser 1914, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Outstanding! Combrig has captured the peculiarities of HMS Invincible. All of those architectural features that made Invincible unique from her sisterships are
there. The model has casemate positions in the forward superstructure, different shaped turrets and a short forward funnel for the Battle of the Falklands fit.
   
70245
HMS Cumberland, County Class Armored Cruiser 1904, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Photographic Review - The first of the 1:700 scale Royal Navy armored cruisers have now been released by Combrig. The photographs of the
Cumberland in this article, show the components found in the kit. This article is basically a pictorial review/preview of the kit. The hull is surprisingly large with a goodly quantity of excellent resin fittings and equipment.  
 
HMS Cumberland, County Class Armored Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Frank O'Neill - Here are some pictures of the HMS Cumberland built by Frank O'Neill. It's the Combrig 1/700 scale kit with Tom's
Modelworks
railings added. Masts are scratch-built from brass rod. The model was washed, weathered and dry-brushed in the usual manner.
   
70244
HMS Monmouth, County Class Armored Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Join the Cult of the Armored Cruiser! There is no need for passwords, secret handshakes or decoder rings. Nor do you need to recite passages from
Whispers From the Fleet. With the Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Monmouth you will get an excellent model of one of Kit Cradock’s doomed squadron.
70243
HMS Kent, County Class Armored Cruiser 1903, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Time to revenge the Monmouth. With the Combrig 1:700 scale HMS Kent, you’ll have the most effective of the 35 armored cruisers to fly the White
Ensign. This small County class armored cruiser sank two German light cruisers in distant waters and justified the County class design concept as commerce protectors.
   
70241
SMS Konig, Konig Class German Battleship 1914, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Photographic Review - Build the best of the pre-World War One German battleships with the 1:700 scale Combrig SMS Konig. In the 1914 fit you get the
original light pole mast version, complete with net shelves and booms and also an enlarged forward superstructure because she was built as squadron flagship.
   
70238
Communication Cutter Project 357, Soviet Union 1953, Combrig 1:700 Scale - The eighteen communication cutters of Project 357 were designed to provide extended communication range to transmit orders to units of the Soviet
fleet.
Combrig is always bringing new and exotic topics to the 1:700 scale modeler and the Project 357 communication vessel surely ranks as an exotic topic.
70237
Krasin, Soviet Icebreaker 1922 - Probably the most famous icebreaker in history. Most famous for saving the crew of the airship, Italia on July 11, 1928. Krasin is still in existence as a museum ship in Saint Petersburg.
 
Krasin to the Rescue, Soviet Icebreaker July 11, 1928, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Peter Fulgoney has built the Combrig 1:700 scale kit of the Soviet Icebreaker Krasin to depict her on July 11, 1928. She was already famous for
coming to the rescue of ships of many nations, however, the greatest world fame came from the rescue of a crew of an airship.
   
70235
Lenin, Caspian Sea Gunboat 1942 - This model depicts the Lenin after it had received a major refit in 1940 and made the gunboat a significant anti-aircraft platform.  
70234
Kars, Gunboat 1910 - (Click for Review)
   
70232
Azard, Orphey Class Destroyer- 1916 (Click for Review)
   
70230
Kerch, Gajibey Class Destroyer - 1917 As part of the 1914 Naval Program 8 large destroyers were ordered for the Black Sea Fleet. Kerch was one of the first four that were to serve under the flag of the Tsar and the Bolsheviks.
(Click for Photographic Preview of
Kerch, World War One Destroyer)
70229
Type K Submarine, Series XIV (K-21) -  The best Soviet submarine design of World War Two was the K Class. These very large submarine cruisers were designed for Arctic operations with the Northern Fleet. (Click for
Photographic Preview of
K-21)
70228
Type L Submarine, Series II (L-3) - The second medium size submarine design of the Soviet Navy. (Click for a Photographic Preview of the L-3)
   
70227
Type D Submarine, Series I (D-2) - The very first Soviet submarine design was the Dekabrist, later D-Class medium size submarines. (Click for a Photographic Preview of the D-2)  
 
Narodovolets D-2, Soviet Submarine 1929, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Peter FulgoneyPeter Fulgoney built the Combrig 1:700 scale D Class Soviet submarine Narodovolets D-2 in the full hull version. The model is
photographed to represent the submarine under water.
   
70226
Slava - The fifth ship of the ill fated Borodino Class. The battleship fought heroically against two German dreadnoughts at Moon Sound in October 1917. The model depicts the Slava in her 1917 World War One fit. Click for
photographic preview.
70225
Pallada II, World War One Armored Cruiser (Click for In-Box Review)
   
70224
Bayan II, World War One Armored Cruiser with Enhanced Deck Armament
   
70223
Marti - Minelayer 1941 The last Russian Imperial Yacht was the Shtandart. In the 1930s she was converted into a 6,000 ton minelayer. Laid down for Tsar Aleksandr III, the warship was not broken up until 1961.
   
70220
Andrei Pervozvannyi, Battleship, with Photo-Etch (Click for Review)
 
Andrei Pervozvanny, Imperial Russian Predreadnought, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Building a Battleship by Jim Baumann - In another Baumann Special, Jim painstakingly discusses his build of the 1:700 scale Combrig model of
the
Andrei Pervozvanny, last class of Imperial Russian predreadnought battleship.  
   
70218
Imperator Aleksandr III, Black Sea Dreadnought, with Photo-Etch, (Click for Photographic Preview)
 
Volya 1918, Ex-Imperator Aleksandr III, Built by Peter Fulgoney -
   
70217
Imperatritza Ekaterina Velikaya, Black Sea Dreadnought, with Photo-Etch, (Click for Photographic Preview)
70216
Imperatritza Maria, Black Sea Dreadnought, with Photo-Etch, (Click for Photographic Preview)
70215
Novik, Destroyer, Fastest Warship in the World at the start of World War One,  (Click for Review)
 
   
70214
Tashkent, Destroyer Leader
   
70212
Soobrazitelni, Destroyer, Pr. 7U, 1943
   
70211
Parizhskaya Communa, Dreadnought Battleship
   
70207
Type M Series XII Soviet Coastal Submarine 1939 - The most numerous class of Soviet submarines in World War II. (Click on Photograph for Preview)
   
70206
Type S Submarine
   
70199
Henri IV 1903, French 2nd Class Predreadnought Battleship. Introduced superfiring gun.
 
Henri IV, French Battleship, Built by Bob Cicconi
   
70198
SMS Weissenburg, German Predreadnought, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Bob Cicconi - This is the Combrig 1/700 scale SMS Weissenburg built by Bob Cicconi. It's a really nice kit, but for some reason there are no
instructions whatsoever regarding the boat stowage racks, the photo-etched aft superstructure support, and several other items on the photo-etch fret.
   
70195
Niitaka, Japanese Protected Cruiser 1904, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - Combrig’s Niitaka is a nice resin model of Imperial Japan’s first successful Japanese designed and built cruiser. Pros: nicely cast, crisp
resin parts. Cons: no photo-etch and masts/yards not provided. The cons can easily be overcome with 3rd party generic photo-etch and plastic rod found at most hobby shops.
   
70188
Fuso 1900 Fit, Central Battery Ironclad, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig 1:700 scale Fuso, central battery ironclad, is clearly an unusual subject. Built on the Thames, she was the first English built
capital ship for the Imperial Japanese Navy. As the only Japanese warship with side armor, she was part of the main body of the Japanese Fleet at the Battle of the Yalu in 1894, in which she engaged two Chinese battleships. This is a
low cost resin model, suitable for beginners, but with high quality resin parts.
 
Fuso, Early Japanese Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Nick Filippone, Entered in the 2019 US IPMS Nationals - Nick Filippone of New York tended to enter Combrig kits at the 2019 US IPMS National Convention.
This is the
Fuso, early Japanese battleship. The Fuso kit is from Combrig in 1:700 scale. For the build Nick added brass photo-etch railing, ladders boat oars, and footropes. After-market brass masts and yards were used. Jeweler's
chain was used for the anchor chain, plastic rod for gaffs and cotton for smoke. Added to the
Battleship Gallery.
 
Fuso, Japanese Ironclad 1900, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Bob Cicconi - Bob Cicconi just finished the Combrig Fuso 1900. It's a pretty nice kit and went together fairly easily. Bob scratch-built the masts, used Gold Medal
Models
Ultra IJN railings and some additional photo-etch details, Testors paints, modified Atlantic Models ratlines, and stretched sprue rigging.
   
70181
Takasago, Japanese Elswick Protected Cruiser 1898, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig 1:700 scale model of the Japanese Elswick Protected Cruiser Takasago has all of the bells and whistles for an
exceptionally well detailed model. Wherever you look, resin parts, brass parts or instructions, there are very significant improvements over previous
Combrig 1:700 scale kits.
   
70165
Rus, Russian Ocean Going Tugboat 1904, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - The Combrig Rus tugboat in 1:700 scale presents an easy build of the largest tugboat of her time, which was part of the Imperial Russian
2nd Pacific Squadron for the world cruise which ended for the
Rus and the rest of the fleet at the Battle of Tsushima. It can also be painted as the German commercial tugboat SS Roland in 1903.
   
70159
Gremyashchiy, Imperial Russian Gunboat 1893, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - The Gremyashchiy in 1:700 scale is another basic bare-bones offering from Combrig that out of the box builds into a simple but
fairly accurate model of
Gremyashchiy. As always, there is plenty of room for the modeler to improve and detail the model to their heart’s content.
   
70156
Small Vladivostok Destroyers, Pernov, Reval, Ussuri & Yanchihe Classes, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Felix Bustelo - This is a basic bare-bones offering from Combrig but you do get four models in one box. Out of the box
you will have simple representations of the torpedo boats but you can detail them as much as your skill and desire will lead you.
   
70153
Rostislav - Battleship, 2nd Class 1899 This small battleship became a shore bombardment specialist in World War One in one of the first strategic/economic shore bombardment campaigns ever devised. (Click for Review)
70152
Panteleimon - This famous Black Sea battleship was earlier named Kniaz Potemkin Tavricheskii and changed names after the mutiny. Click for Photographic Review)
70151
Dvenadtsat Apostolov - Black Sea Predreadnought 1892 (Click for a Review)
 
12 Apostolov, Built by Andrey Zhukov - Built in 1892 the 12 Apostolov (12 Apostles) never took part in any battles because she become obsolete really quickly. From a design point of view, this ship pioneered standards for all
subsequent Russian pre-dreadnought battleships. She was a huge improvement in comparison with the Baltic Fleet's
Alexander II and Gangut.
   
70150
Tochnyi - 1907 Destroyer (Tverdyi Type) (Click on photograph for Photographic Preview)
70149
Likhoi - 1906 Destroyer (LT Burakov II Type) (Click on photograph for Photographic Preview)
70148
Imperator Aleksandr III 1904 - Borodino Class battleship (Click for Photographic Preview)
70147
Dmitri Donskoi, Cruiser 1st Rank, Laid Down in 1881, the cruiser was at Tsushima. (Click on photograph for Photographic Preview)
70146
Vladimir Monomakh, Cruiser 1st Rank, Laid Down in 1880, the cruiser was at Tsushima. Components Review
 
Vladimir Monomakh, Cruiser 1st Rank, Laid Down in 1880, the cruiser was at Tsushima. Build Review.
   
70145
Imperator Aleksandr II, Battleship, Half-Sister to Imperator Nikolai I (70131) Click for Review
 
Imperator Alexander II, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Andrey Zhukov - This is the Combrig 1:700 scale Russian barbette Battleship Imperator Alexander II, built by Andrey Zhukov.  
   
   
70144
Georgi Pobedonosets, Battleship, (Click for a Photographic Preview)
 
Georgii Pobedonosets, Imperial Russian Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Bob Cicconi - This is the 1/700 scale Combrig Georgii Pobedonosets built by Bob Cicconi.  The ship was launched in 1895 as a modification of
the
Sinope class, and had a fairly uneventful career, save that it was involved in the Potemkin mutiny saga.
   
70143
Tri Sviatitelia, Black Sea Predreadnought, early rig
   
70142
Bayan, Armored Cruiser, Click for components review.
 
Bayan, Imperial Russian Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by David LaPell - This is Combrig's 1/700 scale cruiser Bayan. The ship is pretty much out of the box, and David LaPell added White Ensign Models railings and
figures. He used paint brush bristles for rigging and painted aluminum foil for water coated with two coats of future floor wax.
   
   
   
70141
Almaz, Cruiser 2nd Rank
 
   
70139
Zhemchug, Imperial Russian Scout Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Tom Lindsay - This is Combrig's 1:700 scale Zhemchug kit, built in the spring of 2004 by Tom Lindsay. It is built out of the box except for opening up
the aft compass platform structure.
   
70138
Koreets, Gunboat Click on photograph for biography of the ship and photographs of the completed model.
   
70137
Lieutenant Burakov, ex-Taku, Destroyer, 1904, Port Arthur
   
70134
Bditelni, Destroyer, 1904, Port Arthur Squadron
   
70132
Admiral Nakhimoff, Armored Cruiser
   
70131
Imperator Nikolai I, Battleship 1905
   
70125
Oslyabya, Battleship 1905, Click for Review
 
Oslyabya, Ice Locked in the Baltic, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Diorama by Peter Fulgoney - No need to leave the warmth of your home to see to towering tumblehomed hull of the Imperial Russian battleship, Oslyabya. Peter Fulgoney
has already done that for you with this diorama of the
Combrig 1:700 scale kit of Oslabya in which the high freeboard of the battleship rises from the frozen Baltic like an iceberg.
   
70124
Diana, Armored Cruiser, Click on Photograph for Photographic Preview
70123
Pallada, Armored Cruiser, Click on Photograph for Photographic Preview
   
70120
Novik, Protected Cruiser, 1905
   
70117
Rurik, Armored Cruiser, 1904
   
   
70116
Boyarin, Cruiser, 2nd Rank, Click for Review
   
70115
Svietlana, Cruiser
   
70114
Askold, Five Stack Protected Cruiser
   
70113
Avrora, Armored Cruiser, (Click for photographic preview)
 
   
70112
Bogatyr, Armored Cruiser,
   
70111
Borodino, 1905 Battleship
   
70110
Tsesarevich, 1904 Battleship, Click for Photographs
 
Tsarevitch, Imperial Russian Battleship 1904, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Andrey Veslivy - Andrey Veslivy built the Combrig 1:700 scale kit of the Imperial Russian battleship, Tsarevitch, as she appeared in 1904 as part of the
Russian Pacific Squadron, subsequently known as the First Pacific Squadron.
   
   
   
70109
Retvizan, 1904 Battleship, Click for Build Review
   
70105
Orel, Imperial Russian Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Jim Stutz, Entered in the 2019 US IPMS Nationals - Jim Stutz made the long trip from Tempe, Arizona to Chattanooga, Tennessee to attend the 2019 US IPMS
National Convention. He entered the
Orel, Imperial Russian battleship, made from the Combrig 1:700 scale kit. He used multiple brass photo-etch sets. Added to the Battleship Gallery.
   
   
   
70102
Sevastopol, 1904 Battleship
   
70099
USS Maine, American 2nd Class Battleship 1898, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Remember the Maine! With the Combrig USS Maine in 1:700 scale, you certainly will not forget. Top drawer in every regard. The Combrig Maine has a
tremendous amount of detail cast integral to the hull and major component castings and an excellent brass ship-specific photo-etch fret.
 
USS Maine, 2nd Class Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Bob Cicconi - These are photos of the latest build by Bob Cicconi. The USS Maine is built as she appeared shortly before her loss in Cuba, which precipitated the
Spanish-American War. Bob thought it appropriate to "
Remember the Maine" on Memorial Day. The kit is the very nice Combrig 1/700 scale Maine pretty much out of the box, with the exception of the masts which are brass, and
the addition of
Gold Medal Model's Gold Ultra railing set.
   
70097
Huascar 1866, Peruvian Ironclad Turret Ship, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Combrig has produced a 1:700 scale model of one of the first ironclads built with a turret designed by Captain Cowpers Coles. The Peruvian ironclad Huascar
was for a time the most powerful warship in Latin America . Seized in battle by Chile in 1879, the ship is still in existence as a museum in honor of the navies of both Chile and Peru . Before starting construction, decide which fit that
you wish to model.
70096
HMVS Cerberus, Breastwork Monitor 1870 - Breastwork monitor ordered by the crown colony of Victoria on the southeast coast of Australia. This historic design was in many ways the forerunner of the Royal Navy battleships at
the start of the 20th century.
70095
USS Olympia, Dewey's Flagship at The Battle of Manila Bay, Protected Cruiser 1898 - Still preserved at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the USS Olympia was Commodore Dewey's flagship at the Battle of Manila Bay in 1898. She was
the last and best of the protected cruisers built for the USN. With Photo-Etch.
 
USS Olympia, Protected Cruiser 1898 at Manila Bay, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Peter Fulgoney - Peter Fulgoney has seen USS Olympia on the site before but thought it would be a challenge to try and imagine what she
would look like going off to the Manila Bay battle. Peter built the
Combrig 1:700 scale USS Olympia and even put Commodore Dewey in the tower above the conning tower.
   
70094
USS Baltimore, Protected Cruiser 1890 - One of the 2nd generation cruisers of the new Steel Navy as the USN was called emerging from the long period of post Civil War decay, the USS Baltimore was one of the ships with
Dewey at the Battle of Manila.
 
USS Baltimore, Built by Bob Cicconi - This is the USS Baltimore kit built by Bob Cicconi with photo-etch and rigging added.
   
70093
USS Chicago, Protected Cruiser 1898 - The most powerful ship in the USN when she was commissioned, the USS Chicago was the "C" in the ABCD of the first four warships for the new American Steel Navy. This model is of
Chicago after her 1895 to 1898 refit.
 
USS Chicago, Protected Cruiser 1895, Combrig 1:700 Scale,Built by Bob Cicconi - The kit of the Combrig 1:700 scale USS Chicago is well cast, but the instructions are sketchy in places, particularly regarding the various vent
styles and placement, and the mast construction. Built by Bob Cicconi.
   
70092
HMS Renown, British 2nd Class Battleship, Combrig 1:700 Scale -  The Combrig 1:700 scale Renown offers great opportunities to the Royal Navy modeler as well as being of interest to the naval historian. Just the color scheme
options offer a wide variety of choices. Just think of a white battleship, with buff funnels, red striping and a green waterline flying the Royal colors. Who wouldn’t want to model a battleship in that gaudy livery?
 
HMS Renown, Battleship-Yacht 1905, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Bob Cicconi - These are photos of the Combrig 1/700 scale HMS Renown that Bob Cicconi just completed. He chose to build it circa 1905-1906 when it was
used by the royal party to make a tour of the world.
   
70091
USS Dunderberg, Union Casemate Ironclad 1867, Combrig 1:700 Scale - The Combrig  1:700 scale Dunderberg is a replica of the largest ironclad produced during the American Civil War. An additional attraction is that if you
wish to attack Kolberg, you can model the French
Rochambeau. The model is easy to build but offers a platform for layers of extra detail.
 
Rochambeau, French Ironclad 1870, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Peter Fulgoney - Originally built as the USS Dunderberg for the United States Navy, the American Civil War was over by the time this ship was launched. She
was sold to France in 1867 and became
Rochambeau. Peter Fulgoney built the kit from Combrig in 1:700 scale as she appeared under the French flag.
   
   
70090
British Harbor Set 1890-1918, Combrig 1:700 Scale - Combrig has produced a unique set centered around the tug, Ioann Kronshtadsky. As if this historic vessel was not enough because of its small size, Combrig has included 52
launches, boats and rafts to further enhance the appeal of this product for the modeler.   
   
70082
USS Atlanta 1886, Protected Cruiser, First of the New Steel Navy, Combrig 1:700 Scale - So what if the USS Atlanta protected cruiser rode the pine at the New York Navy Yard for the big one of 1898, while sister ship USS
Boston
snagged the glory at the Battle of Manila Bay. You don't have to feel like a Times Square Commando when you get the Combrig 1:700 scale USS Atlanta. Snag one of these babies and you'll be ready to send in the Marines at
any of those pesky Central American, South American or Caribbean states that dare to threaten US interests and critical banana supply.
70081
USS Boston, Protected Cruiser 1887, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - Even though the New York World proclaimed, "John Roach’s career as a naval barnacle is ended.", never fear. You can still proudly steam into
Manila Bay in your own Roach Motel built at the Roach Yards of Chester, Pennsylvania.
Combrig provides a nice 1:700 scale model of one of the first warships on the New American Steel Navy, the USS Boston, protected cruiser of
1887.
70080
USS Vesuvius, Pneumatic Dynamite Gun Cruiser 1890 - Combrig has produced this marvel of naval technology of 1890 in 1:700 scale with their release of USS Vesuvius.
 
USS Vesuvius, Pneumatic Dynamite Gun Cruiser, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Peter Fulgoney - Popularly known as the Dynamite gun cruiser, the USS Vesuvius was unique in having three 15-inch pneumatic guns installed
fixed fore and aft that fired a shell at a fixed elevation of 18 degrees. This is an excellent little
Combrig kit, built by Peter Fulgoney almost out of the box.
   
70074
HMS Inflexible 1881, Nathaniel Barnaby's Greatest Design, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Review by Steve Backer - Join The Ocean Swell and Boy Captain Jacky Fisher as the monster 16-Inch muzzle loading rifles of Jacky’s new
command,
HMS Inflexible, blast the pantaloons off the mutinous soldiers of Ahmed Urabi, who had just slaughtered 150 Europeans in Alexandria. You can with the Combrig  multimedia 1:700 scale model of HMS Inflexible in her
1881 fit, which will please the Queen Empress. After all,
Inflexible is DNC Nathaniel Barnaby’s most startling and powerful design.
   
70004
Gangut, Imperial Russian Battleship 1894, Combrig 1:700 Scale - This installment by Combrig of the battleships of the Imperial Russian Navy in 1:700 scale, presents a highly unusual subject with a very short history. Designed to
fight the ships of the Imperial German Navy, the only opponents that
Gangut faced and which ultimately vanquished her were uncharted rocks in the Baltic Sea.
 
Gangut, Imperial Russian Battleship 1894, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Built by Andrey Zhukov - Andrey Zhukov built the Russian Imperial Navy Barbette Battleship "Gangut", 1894 by Combrig in 1:700 scale. This ship has a short
biography - Commissioned in 1894 and sunk two years later after striking an unmarked underwater rock. After 6 hours or struggle, the ship was lost and still remains in a depth of 29 meters in the Baltic Sea. There were no casualties.
   
70003
Khrabry, Built by Bob Cicconi - Here are photographs of the Khrabry with photo-etch added by Bob Cicconi.
   
70002
Yermak - 1898 Russian Icebreaker 8,000 ton displacement (Click on Photograph for Preview)
   
70001
Petr Veliki, Armor-Clad
   
70000
SS Great Eastern, Combrig 1:700 Scale, Diorama by Torsten Sobanski - Torsten Sobanski built the waterline version of the Combrig 1:700 scale SS Great Eastern and placed it in a wonderful diorama, passing a light house with
an excursion boat on the starboard side. Launched in 1858, the iron hulled
Great Eastern was a dream come true of designer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. She was designed to carry 4,000 passengers from Great Britain to Australia
without refueling her coal fired boilers. Added to the
Diorama Gallery.