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    • American Dory

    • Ship models; Fishing boats; Dories (Boats)
    • This model is of an American row dory and is patterned after the dories which were built in the factory of Hiram Lowell and Sons, Amesbury, Mass., U.S.A. between the years of 1880 and 1920 when salt banking reached its peak. The Lowell factory...
    • Newfoundland Grand Bank Dory

    • Ship models; Fishing boats; Dories (Boats)
    • This model of a Newfoundland row-dory is patterned after the dories which were built by Stephen Grandy and his three sons of Grand Bank. The Grandys' built approximately three thousand dories to supply both the banks and shore fishermen. This fine...
    • Nova Scotian Dory 1

    • Ship models; Fishing boats; Dories (Boats)
    • The model is a Nova Scotian row dory, Shelburne type, and is patterned after the dories which were built in the factories of John Ethrington of Shelburne, N.S. At one time five separate dories factories were in operation in that Nova Scotian town....
    • Nova Scotian Dory 2

    • Ship models; Fishing boats; Dories (Boats)
    • This model is a Nova Scotian row dory and is patterned after the dories built in the factory of Robert Cransh of Lunenburg. This factory has changed ownership several times but the dories turned out there never seem to alter in style. Nfld’s...
    • Single Man Dory

    • Ship models; Fishing boats; Dories (Boats)
    • This is the model of a Portuguese crosshanded or single man row dory. The measurements for the model were taken from a dory nested on the deck of the Portuguese banker “Ignacia Cuna.” As Portuguese fishermen have recently become engaged in a...
    • St. Pierre French Dory

    • Ship models; Fishing boats; Dories (Boats)
    • This is the model of a St. Pierre French Type row dory and is patterned after the dories which were built in the factory of Monsieur Dranier who built hundreds of dories for the fishermen of St. Pierre et Miquelon and Newfoundland. This smart...

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