Rigged Model of C. C. Mengel, Jr.

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Arthur G. Henning, Inc., built this model of the schooner C. C. Mengel, Jr. from Smithsonian plans in 1960. The 1/8" model has four masts and shows the grey hull and copper bottom of the vessel.
Built in 1916 in Bath, Maine, the C.C. Mengel, Jr. was one of the last wooden four-masted schooners to be built for the coasting trades. At 184.2 feet long, 38.2 feet beam, and 14.9 feet deep, the vessel was designed to carry coal, lumber, and large shipments of other bulk cargos. The Mengel's home port was Pensacola, Florida from 1917 until 1920, when it was sold to a New York owner. The schooner's short career ended in 1922, after it was stranded in the West Indies.
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Arthur G. Henning Inc.
overall: 21 in x 6 in x 37 in; 53.34 cm x 15.24 cm x 93.98 cm
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America on the Move
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National Museum of American History
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National Museum of American History