Soon to be released from Combrig is the 1/350 scale Battleship Peresvet 1901.
Coming soon from Combrig Model Warships is the 1/350 scale Russian Destroyer Som/Boevoi, 1901.
Coming Soon... 1/350 scale Austro-Hungarian Light Cruiser SMS Novara 1915 from Combrig.
Coming Soon from Cobrig in 1/700 scale is the Battleship Sovetskyj Soyuz, Project 23
New from Combrig, a resin kit, with full hull and waterline kit versions available, of the Russian Imperial protected cruiser Svetlana. She was built to be a royal yacht for Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich Romanov , commander-in-chief of the Imperial Russian Navy.
Originally named Kit when launched from the Elbing Shipyards in 1899, she was renamed Bditelni in 1902. She and her 3 sister ships served in Russo-Japanese war where Bditelni met her end in 1904 after suffering damage from a mine strike and then scuttled by her crew to prevent capture.
Combrig is known for their line of fine 1/700 scale warship kits from the Great War and now they are offering display cases you can use to protect these kits. The cases are in two sizes and are available now.
Combrig's latest battleship kit is a 'never-built' class vessel planned by the Soviet Navy. If built, they would have rivaled the Imperial Japanese Navy's Yamato. Four keels were laid down but never completed.
4 battlewagons of the King George V class from The Great War have been released by Combrig for your Imperial fleets. 4 vessels from His Majesty's Royal Navy.
One of the most unusual looking warships of the steam age, the Dupuy de Lôme is often considered to be the world's first armoured cruiser. This kit is being made with cooperation from U-boat Laboratorium using 3D modeling and CNC machines with photoetch.
Combrig has released 3 kits of Grozyashchiy Class gunboats, the first armored gunboats for the Russian Imperial Navy - the Grozyashchiy, Otvazhnyj and Gremyashchiy.
Combrig has two new kits in development to add to their growing line of the Czar's navy. Both of these ladies were built just before the 20th Century began and met their fate during he Russo-Japanese war.
A new kit by Combrig is in the works. This time an Imperial Russian gunboat that fought in Russia's war with Japan.
Combrig Models has released two 1/72 naval gun sets this month -the 203mm and 102mm Obukhov guns used on WWI Imperial Russian Naval ships.
Combrig has announced plans to release two kits of Imperial Russian Navy torpedo boats in 2014.