The USS Midway is one of the finest cutaways to date. Each of the interior compartments is beautifully detailed and the vast expanse of the hanger deck is exquisitely rendered.
Built by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, the Midway was the lead ship of a class of what was originally a 45,000 ton design. Commissioned on September 10, 1945, the Midway became the first Aircraft Carrier to be named after a WWII battle. She was soon followed by the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt and USS Coral Sea which completed the Midway class of carriers.
The framed size is 22.5" wide by 8.5" high.
Natural Basswood finish (as pictured) is mounted on a Baltic Blue matte and surrounded by a rich cherry finish frame.
Brass and Silver finishes are mounted on a black matte within a black frame which gives a very contemporary look.Click here
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