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Captain Kidd's Black Falcon Limited 15" - White Sails

Overall Dims: 15" L x 4" W x 10" H

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SKU: Black-Falcon-White-Sails-15

Captain Kidd's Black Falcon Limited 15" - White Sails


Ready for Immediate Display - Not a Model Ship kit 

This Captain Kidd's Black Falcon 15" - White Sails is the perfect gift for the pirate enthusiast in your life. Search for lost treasure as you set sail for adventure on the high seas aboard this scale tall model ship replica.. This unique pirate ship is highlighted by fine craftsmanship and attention to detail. Place this on a shelf, mantle, or desk to add a decorative pirate touch. 

15" Long x 4" Wide x 10" High

  • Built from scratch by our master artisans
  • Accurate scale model replica of the Black Falcon
  • Detailed Features Include:                                                                                   
    • 12 pin stripe white sails         
    • Meticulously hand painted to provide pirate look
    • Two metal anchors attached to each side of boat
    • Authentic scale lifeboat with oars
    • Unique skull pirate figurehead
    • Miniture lantern hangs from brass chain on back of boat
    • Pirate flags hang along the masts of the ship                   
  • Metal nameplate attached to wooden base to identify the boat as the Black Falcon
WARNING WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Formaldehyde, and Styrene, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Chromium and Toluene, which are known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

The Pirate Ship Black Falcon was a two masted 18th century brigantine, Commanded by famed pirate Captain William Kidd. One of the most well known Pirates of all times, Captain Kidd, had originally been employed to rid the seas of pirates as a commissioned privateer. In January of 1698 Kidd and his crew were able to claim their biggest prize with the capture of the 400 ton treasure ship Quedagh Merchant. Kidd took the stolen treasure and buried it on Gardeners Island, New York off the east end of Long Island. Kidd was turned in to the British by one of his crew who had been captured by them. On May 23, 1701 Captain William Kidd was sentenced to be hung in England ending the life of one of the most notorious Pirates ever to sail the high seas. However, the legend of Captain Kidd lives on in books and movies including “Treasure Island”.