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The 1:2400 ship range covers both Hallmark and GHQ. The periods included are: Renaissance Galleys, Age of Sail, American War of Independence, French Revolution, Napoleonic, 19th Century, Lissa, Pre Dreadnought, World War 1, World War 2 and Modern. The GHQ range covers everything from pre-dreadnought onwards and comprises some of the most detailed model ships you are ever likely to see. Destroyers and Submarines are sold in packs of 3 or 4, Light Cruisers, Heavy Cruisers, Battleships, Dreadnoughts, Merchant Ships and Aircraft Carriers are sold singly. Packs of aircraft are also available.

The Hallmark range covers sailing ships from the Renaissance through the Napoleonic Wars to the 19th Century. Ships are supplied with separate masts and a separate base. Fleet packs are also available for these periods.

1:2400 allows for the re-fighting of large scale actions under sail including Trafalgar on a relatively small table. These larger battles do look great in 1:1200 but the constant wind drift either requires very long tables or frequent re-adjustment of ships back up the table. 1:2400 with its smaller movement distances allows actions to be fought on a smaller table while still allowing wind to move the battle along.

FF1 Star Fort