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United States Coast Guard Cutter " Eagle" .
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Port view of " Eagle ".
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Starboard profile of "Eagle ".

U.S.C.G.C. Eagle

Year: 1936 AD
Category: Modern
Vessel Type: Warship
Scale: 1/18" = 1 foot
Overall Length: 295 feet

This carving of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter "Eagle" was the first major ship model made by David Warther II. Created of Walnut, Ivory, Ebony, and Abalone Pearl, it was completed at age 17.

Built in 1936 in Germany, she was used as a training ship by the German Navy until 1945. She was taken as a war reparation and has been in service since as a training ship for the U.S. Coast Guard. The "Eagle" is stationed at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut.

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Location and Hours

1775 State Route 39
Sugarcreek, Ohio   44681
(330) 852-6096
Current Hours:

Our January hours are Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 to 4.  

Please note that in January, February and March we are in our off-season winter time period. We are closed a fair amount in this time period and we close on a moments notice due to the weather conditions that change quickly at our hilltop location. If you are planning a visit, please call us to schedule so we can better assure that we will be here when you plan. Our number is 330-852-6096.

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