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'Practicing a Perilous Task'

By: Inventory Currently AVAILABLE, William E. Hitchcock, Mark A. Sutherland

Surfmen of the United States Life Saving Service (USLSS) c. 1890. Shown setting up the breeches-buoy apparatus used to rescue shipwrecked seafarers. All authentic gear & equipment including beach cart, faking box, crotch frame and sand anchor, lyle gun and a 25’ surfboat set sand & gravel finish on a custom mahogany base, glazed cover trimmed in brass.  Lifeboat by Mark Sutherland, diorama scene and figures by Wm. Hitchcock

Model type: Diorama, Figure, Shipwreck
Scale: 1" = 1'
Size: 45 1/4” x 17 3/8” x 22 1/4”
Class: A/Special
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