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ABOUT THIS PAGE. 

This is one page of many on this site devoted to identifying old toy boats

These images have been gathered from many sources over a long period of time. To the best of my knowledge none of these images are copyrighted and all are in the public domain. If any are not, please contact mailto:webmaster@classic-collectables.com and it will be removed.

Also there is no warranty as to the accuracy of any information listed. It is the information that was available at the time the picture was saved. If you have information to add, or to correct an error, please contact me. If you have photos or other historical information about old tin clockwork boats that you would like to share please email the information to me and I'll include it.

I do NOT own these boats and these toy boats are NOT available for sale.

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Above - JEP 11 inch Battleship with box

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Above - JEP Rubenblue Speedboat

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Jep 14.5 inch Ruban Bleu

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Jep 16 inch Corsair Sub

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Jep 19 inch sub Nautilus

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Jep 21 inch Ruban Bleu in red.

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Jep 12 inch ocean liner

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ABOVE: Jep 16.5 inch sub c. 1950's

ABOVE: Jep / Lefevre 1912 torpedo armored clockwork destroyer (made by Jep until 1920)

 

ABOVE: A restored le Corsaire with the yellow box is a '30 model very hard to find in good condition
as they cannot be opened for mechanism repair.
Some examples were red, and other years green or blue hull

ABOVE: A restored le Nautilus, produced after WWII ('50's, '60's).
It could be open for repair and is still very common as it was very popular.
Some , like this one were discovered new and unsold  in the back room of large French toy shops.

ABOVE: A restored "le Nucleaire". A 1970's updated Nautilus,
with a more modern plastic conning tower (with a big "N" decal) and gun.
The same as the Jep torpedo launcher destroyer and which is often missing.
It is rather scarce to find in a complete state. The tail of the Nautilus often missing as kids twist them improperly to tune the dives.

 

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