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American warships of the Second World War for the WTJ Naval line of rapid prototyped naval miniatures. Unless otherwise indicated, prices are per miniature. Click on the thumbnail or name link to view a sample photo. Click on the Order link to add an item to your virtual shopping cart, or click on the View link to view your cart and/or complete your order. These miniatures have small sections and are breakable, please keep away from children under 10 years of age.

· Tripod Option: Tripod masts are solid by default but may be ordered "unfilled" with free standing pylons (click here for support examples). Just note that in the order comments and we'll confirm for that model (warning: unfilled tripods are extremely fragile, may not be available for all ships).
· Tall Model Note: Prices with an asterisk ( * ) are run in related groups and may experience longer lead times. Ordering full table groupings can reduce lead time, please feel free to email webmaster@wtj.com for information and options

   
WTJ-0344250A_omaha1923 Omaha 1923 WTJ-0244250A Light cruiser circa 1923. As built with open torpedo tube wells fore and aft. Does not include airplane which can be purchased separately (ships were often seen without a plane on the catapult). Can also be used as Milwaukee, Cincinnati, Raleigh, Detroit, Richmond, Concord, Trenton, Memphis.
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WTJ-0344250B_marblehead1930 Marblehead 1930 WTJ-0244250B Omaha class light cruiser circa 1930. With different main armament layout (x3 aft instead of x4) and plated-over aft TT wells. Does not include airplane which can be purchased separately (ships were often seen without a plane on the catapult).
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WTJ-0344250C_cincinnati1937 Cincinnati 1937 WTJ-0244250C Omaha class light cruiser circa 1937. After 1930s reconstruction with plated-in sponsons and new superstructure aft. Does not include airplane which can be purchased separately (ships were often seen without a plane on the catapult). Can also be used as Milwaukee, Cincinnati, Raleigh, Detroit, Richmond, Concord, Trenton, Memphis.
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WTJ-0344250D_raleigh1941 Raleigh 1941 WTJ-0244250D Omaha class light cruiser circa 1941. After pre-war addition of AA armament throughout the ship. Does not include airplane which can be purchased separately (ships were often seen without a plane on the catapult). Can also be used as Milwaukee, Cincinnati, Raleigh, Detroit, Richmond, Concord, Trenton, Marblehead, Memphis.
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WTJ-0344350A_Obannon1942 O'Bannon 1942 WTJ-0244350A Fletcher class round-bridge destroyer circa 1942. Early war construction with AA director tub above aft quad 1.1" anti-aircraft gun position - as sent to the Pacific theater. Can also be used as Nicholas, Chevalier.
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WTJ-0344350B_Fletcher1942 Fletcher 1942 WTJ-0244350B Round-bridge destroyer circa late 1942. Early war construction with AA director tub above aft twin-40mm anti-aircraft gun position and another 40mm AA on fantail - as sent to the Pacific theater. Can also be used as Radford, Jenkins, La Vallette, Saufley.
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WTJ-0344350C_Dehaven1942 De Haven 1942 WTJ-0244350C Fletcher class round-bridge destroyer circa late 1942. Early war construction with "low" aft twin 40mm AA mount and fewer 20mm AA. Can also be used as Strong, Taylor, Conway, Waller (possibly also Aulick, Philip, Eaton, Renshaw and others).
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WTJ-0344350D_CharlesAusburne1943 Charles Ausburne 1943 WTJ-0244350D Fletcher class round-bridge destroyer circa 1943. Standard mid-war construction with midships 40mm AA mounts and fantail 20mm AA. Can also be used as Hutchins, Claxton, Foote, Spence, Beale, Ringgold, Dyson, Harrison, Terry, Walker, Hudson and others.
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WTJ-0344350E_Schroeder1943 Schroeder 1944 WTJ-0244350E Fletcher class round-bridge destroyer circa late 1943 through 1945. Standard wartime "ultimate armament compliment" with five twin 40mm AA mounts and fantail 20mm AA. Can be used as most any round bridge Fletcher destroyer after late 1943.
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WTJ-0344350F_bennett1945 Bennett 1945 WTJ-0244350F Fletcher class round-bridge destroyer circa 1945. With late war anti-kamikaze AA armament; two quad 40mm AA mounts amidships in place of forward torpedo tubes, plus all twin 20mm AA. Can probably also be used as Fletcher, Young, Renshaw, Capps, Howorth.
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WTJ-0244350G_Dashiell1943 Dashiell 1943 WTJ-0244350G Fletcher class square-bridge destroyer circa 1943. Standard mid-war construction with midships 40mm AA mounts and fantail 20mm AA.
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WTJ-0244350G_Dashiell1943 Johnston1944 WTJ-0244350H Fletcher class square-bridge destroyer circa 1944. Standard wartime "ultimate armament compliment" with five twin 40mm AA mounts and fantail 20mm AA.
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WTJ-0344350L_Radford1942 Radford 1942 WTJ-0244350L Fletcher class round-bridge destroyer circa 1942. Uncommon pre-deployment variant with no AA on fantail, this was probably only how some of the earliest ships looked on the US East Coast before deployment to the Pacific. Can also be used as Fletcher, Jenkins, La Vallette.
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WTJ-0344350M_stevens1942 Stevens 1942 WTJ-0244350M Fletcher class round-bridge destroyer circa 1942. Uncommon variant with an aircraft catapult mounted in place of the #3 5" gun turret and after torpedo tube mount. Does not include airplane which can be purchased separately (ships were often seen without a plane on the catapult). Can also be used as Pringle, Halford, Stanly.
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WTJ-0344350N_Stanly1943 Stanly 1943 WTJ-0244350N Fletcher class round-bridge destroyer circa 1943. Uncommon variant, this was originally built with an aircraft catapult amidships that was later removed, the AA guns installed in place of the catapult were arranged differently than other "standard" Fletcher class. Can also be used as Hutchins, Pringle, Halford (Stevens was rebuilt differently after her catapult was removed).
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WTJ-0344350P_Bache1943 Bache 1943 WTJ-0244350P Fletcher class round-bridge destroyer circa 1943. Uncommon variant with eight 40mm AA guns (instead of six or ten). Can also be used as Converse.
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WTJ-0344350R_McKee1943 McKee 1943 WTJ-0244350Q Fletcher class round-bridge destroyer circa 1943. Uncommon variant with large AA sponson built forward of the bridge (sponson built locally at Orange, TX during fitting out). Can also be used as Wickes.
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WTJ-0244960_corsair Corsair Float Planes (4) WTJ-0244960 Vought O2U Corsair float biplanes circa 1930, four models. Note that these models at smaller scales are fragile, handle with extreme care.
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WTJ-0244961_seagull Seagull Float Planes (4) WTJ-0244961 Curtiss SOC Seagull float biplanes circa 1937, four models. Note that these models at smaller scales are fragile, handle with extreme care.
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WTJ-0244963_kingfisher Kingfisher Float Planes (4) WTJ-0244963 Vought OS2U Kingfisher float planes circa 1941, four models. Note that these models at smaller scales are fragile, handle with extreme care.
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