This series was set up to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Copenhagen (April 2001). Some of the models are generic and can be used for other periods.

A fleet list is provided for both the Danish and British sides, together with the appropriate hull reference(s) needed to represent each vessel.

Click on the follwing links for the following information:
The Battle of Copenhagen - Background
The Battle of Copenhagen - Fleet List

Danish Models by Langton Miniatures
There are two lists below: Vessels and Buildings. The buildings list is incomplete at this time.

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ND6 as Pr£vesteenen with pole masts and bowsprit.

Note on colour schemes of Danish vessels from the Royal Danish Naval Museum:
"It was not until after the war that we adopted the Nelson colour scheme, and prior to that only very few parts of the ship were painted. The paint was very expensive and it was therefore only such places as the gunports, parts of the superstructure and the decoration, which were painted." Orlogsmuseet.

The colours most used for decoration, it seems, were green, blue and red. For the hull sides we would suggest wood colour or buff.

DANISH VESSELS
Our list of Danish models now incorporates the following:

Ref

Description

Sail Size

Price £

ND1 64 gun 64 5.50
ND3 74 gun 74 5.50
ND6 CUT DOWN 3-DECKER 'AT QUARTERS'
Note
: a number of cut down 3-deckers were also used by the British. Choose from the normal suite of sails, in white metal or brass.

Copenhagen: The vessel "Provesteenen".
To represent this particular model at the battle, you need to have a special set of pole masts and bowsprit.
74

 


Mast
Pack:
NDM1

6.50

 

 

1.50

ND8 60 GUN 'AT QUARTERS'
Choose from the normal suite of sails, in white metal or brass.

Copenhagen: There were several 60 gun vessels at the battle. Most would have had a single stump mast and pole bowsprit. Mast Pack NDM2 comprises 3 stump masts and 3 bowsprits (use for up to 3 vessels).
64

 

Mast
Pack:
NDM2

 

5.50


1.50

ND10 PRAAM (Cavalry Transport)
   22 gun 'at quarters'.
A complete kit consisting of hull, masts and sails for 'easy sail with courses furled'. The set sails are in photo etch brass, the furled courses are in white metal'.
SET 7.00
ND11 Floating Battery (small), guns run out.
   Plus mast (optional use).
SET 2.50
ND12 Floating Battery (large), guns run out.
   Plus mast (optional use).
SET 2.50
ND14 40 GUN 'AT QUARTERS'
Including Mortar insert for optional use.
Choose from the normal suite of sails, in white metal or brass.

Copenhagen: There were two 40 guns at the battle, both fully rigged.
F 5.50
ND16 22 GUN FRIGATE 'AT QUARTERS'
Choose from the normal suite of sails, in white metal or brass.

Copenhagen: At the battle, this vessel had no masts.
SF 5.00
ND18 CORVETTE (6 GUNS) 'AT QUARTERS'

Choose from At Anchor set or ES1A set,
  The ES1A set has set sails in brass.

AA Set

ES1A Set

5.50

7.00

DANISH BUILDINGS

Description

Price £

Ref: ND19 - Rigging-Sheers Building
Distinctive building on the waterfront at Copenhagen. Used to position lower masts onto ships. Kit includes assembly diagram.
£7.00
Ref: ND20 - Trekroner Fort
A multi gun, off shore fortress, constructed to protect the harbour and environs of Copenhagen. Timber fronted, with 3 furnaces and a number of buildings forming part of the complex.

Our model is a one piece resin casting including guns (over 50) and 10 buildings.

£10.50

 

 

Ref: ND21 - Lynetten Fort
The smaller of the sea forts guarding Copenhagen. A one piece resin casting incorporating guns etc.
£6.00

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