Schreiber-Bogen Cardboard model, Fishing Cutter Consul Pust
The fish steamer "Consul Pust" was built in 1919 by the Lauenburg Hitzler shipyard for Rostocker Hochsee-Fischerei AG. The fishing vessel was equipped for fishing with trawl nets and undertook in March 1920 the first fishing trip. His home port was until 1925 Rostock, 1932, the ship was sold to Lorient and continued there as a fish steamer under the name "Monique Andrée". In addition, it was used by the French Navy and from 1940 by the Royal Navy as auxiliary minesweeper. After the return of the ship to France in 1944, it was used again from 1946 to 1957 for fishing and then terminated.
Length: 12 cm, width: 10 cm, height: 20 cm
Number of bows: 4