This item is discontinued and is not expected to come back into stock.
This is an injection-plastic sailing ship model kit.
From the Revell-Monogram website:
The first USS Bon Homme Richard, formerly Duc de Duras, was a frigate in the Continental Navy. She was originally an East Indiaman, a merchant ship built in France for the French East India Company in 1775, for service between France and the Orient. She was given to commander John Paul Jones on 4 February 1779 by King Louis XVI of France as a result of a loan to the United States. On 23 September 1779 after a bitter engagement with the HMS Serapis the USS Bon Homme Richard was victorious but shattered, on fire and leaking badly defied all efforts to save her and sank at 11:00 on 25 September 1779. Display stand, 14 crew figures, molded rat lines and sails. Black thread and jute for rigging plus chain. Molded in dark brown, black, tan and cream.
Measeaures 58.1cm long when assembled.