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Love World War One naval wargaming? Love the look of hand crafted warships, but don’t have the time to build your own, nor the time and space to build a collection of physical 3D printed models? Then this pack of counters is for you. Created from photos of actual hand made scratch built models by our warship designer Philip Warnes. These counters give you a quality finish, easy portability and storage, and a format easy to create and resize to any wargame rule set, including our own SeaLion Supremacy™ - expect to see our ‘The Great War’ edition of this game soon.

This pack contains 29 ships (battleships and some armored cruisers) across 11 classes and sub classes of United States Navy vessels that can be used in fleet operations during World War One presented on A4 printable sheets. An essential pack for capital class enthusiasts. The full list of ships is:

Colorado-class super-dreadnought battleships

  • Colorado
  • Maryland
  • Washington (never finished)
  • West Virginia

Tennessee-class super-dreadnought battleships

  • Tennessee
  • California

New Mexico-class dreadnought battleships

  • New Mexico
  • Mississippi
  • Idaho

Pennsylvania-class super-dreadnought battleships

  • Pennsylvania
  • Arizona

Nevada-class dreadnought battleships

  • Nevada
  • Oklahoma

New York-class battleships

  • New York
  • Texas

Wyoming-class dreadnought battleships

  • Wyoming
  • Arkansas

Florida-class battleships

  • Florida
  • Utah

Delaware-class dreadnought battleships

  • Delaware
  • North Dakota

South Carolina-class (also known as the Michigan class) dreadnought battleships

  • South Carolina
  • Michigan

Pennsylvania-class armored cruisers (naming reclassified)

  • Pittsburgh (CA-4)(was Pennsylvania (ACR-4))
  • Huntington (CA-5)(was West Virginia (ACR-5))
  • San Diego (was California (ACR-6) but sunk before reclassified)
  • Pueblo (CA-7)(was Colorado (ACR-7))
  • Frederick (CA-8)(was Maryland (ACR-8))
  • Huron (CA-9)(was South Dakota (ACR-9))
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Rick P September 20, 2020 1:22 pm UTC
Since you point out the South Carolina-class was also known as the Michigan class, you should also point out the Colorado-class should have been called the Maryland class.
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