Japanese Prince 1911,
Builder's Model
Scale: 1/4: = foot
(Restaurant fire restoration)

This model of the Japanese Prince was in a restaurant fire in Georgia. Most of the wooden super structure was burned and all the fittings were charred and blackened. In order to restore her, this model required complete disassembly and consequent rebuilding. The hull was solid Mahogany and weighed about 200 lbs. She was about 10 feet long. A ship among 14 in the Prince Line of cargo vessels owned by Furness Withy, she was torpedoed and sunk off Bishops Rock in 1917.