Thursday, October 22, 2015

Payhip Downloads

Here is a summery of our e-books and articles currently available at Payhip for automatic download on payment of the appropriate fee (Via Paypal).     Clicking the links does not commit you to purchase, but allows you to read the synopsis of each download.    When the page comes up, scroll down).   Should you then wish to purchase, a Paypal button is provided.     On Paypal payment, a download link is sent automatically.     In the event of problems with a download, please contact us direct via:
sagamore @ 
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The Shelterdeck Issue 1 (Free of charge)
The Shelterdeck, Issue 2

Miniature Shipbuilding  (East African) (Free of charge)
 Miniature Sailing Ship Construction (barque Svaerdstad)
{LINK)  (Comprehesive with plans)
 Steam & Motorship Construction (Glenmoor & Kenya)
{LINK} (Comprehensive with plans)
 Scratch-building Merchant Sailing Ships - A Dying Art
 Miniature Shipbuilder 2015  (Comprehensive with plans)
 A Miniature Model Build Log - (Fort Amherst)
 An Introduction to Building Model Steamers (Dashwood)
Modelling Ketches and Small Schooners (With plans)
 Modelling the Steam Whaler Esquimaux

German 5-Masted Full-rigged Ship Preussen

Modelling SS Braemar Castle, of 1898
A Deck Scoring Device (Free of charge)
The prices shown in the links are for buyers in the UK, or anywhere in the World except EEC. 
If the buyer is in an EEC country (not counting UK), VAT will be added at the current rate for that country!    This is a new EEC rule, that came into force on the 1st January, 2015! 
The above link will take you to the website of Terry Smith.   Terry and I were shipmates in 1961, when we made a voyage to Australia and back in the old cargo liner Rhodesia Star.     Like myself, Terry has now ventured into the field of writing, his first novel being Sunshine, Sugi and Salt, an excellent and accurate portrayal of life in the Merchant Navy in the early 1960s.    He also produces attractive Merchant Navy lapel badges. Further details on his website.
SS Rhodesia Star (Not for sale - It was my first ship)