Cogs

cog Item.- No.: 1008
Barcode: 40 22762 10008 4
Product name: cog
Product dimensions L/H in mm: 750 x 800 mm

At the beginning of the 13th century, a further type of sailing ship appeared in the north of Europe. Used both as a trader and man-of-war, this vessel soon advanced to become the leading type of ship of the "Hanse", an economic alliance of North German traders. The "Hanse" did not own any warships but rather equipped all trading cogs for self-defence purposes. In case of need, the "Hanse" formed a fleet with extra defence equipment and armed crews of up to 100 men to accompany the trading ships or to enforce “Hanse” interests with warlike means.

 

norsemen cog Item.- No.: 1010
Barcode: 40 22762 10010 7
Product name: norsemen cog
Product dimensions L/H in mm: 700 x 650 mm

The boats of the Norsemen - the Norwegian Vikings -consisted of Frankonian and Viking elements. Apart from dragon and snake heads, lion heads were also used to decorate bow and stern.

 

hulk (trade cog) Item.- No.: 1043
Barcode: 40 22762 10043 5
Product name: hulk (trade cog)
Product dimensions L/H in mm: 360 x 380 mm

At the beginning of the 13th century, a further type of sailing ship appeared in the north of Europe. Used both as a trader and man-of-war, this vessel soon advanced to become the leading type of ship of the "Hanse", an economic alliance of North German traders. The "Hanse" did not own any warships but rather equipped all trading cogs for self-defence purposes. In case of need, the "Hanse" formed a fleet with extra defence equipment and armed crews of up to 100 men to accompany the trading ships or to enforce “Hanse” interests with warlike means.

 

stralsund cog Item.- No.: 1027
Barcode: 40 22762 10027 5
Product name: stralsund cog
Product dimensions L/H in mm: 320 x 330 mm

The Stralsund Cog was built in the 14th century according to plans
And specifications practised in Stralsund at the time. Trading ships
of this type could be converted and armed for the purpose of
self- defence. Klaus Störtebeker, the pirate from Likedeel , is said
to have used a cog of this particular type for his raids.

 

hulk (trade cog) Item.- No.: 1045
Barcode: 40 22762 10045 9
Product name: hulk (trade cog)
Product dimensions L/H in mm: 360 x 380 mm

At the beginning of the 13th century, a further type of sailing ship appeared in the north of Europe. Used both as a trader and man-of-war, this vessel soon advanced to become the leading type of ship of the "Hanse", an economic alliance of North German traders. The "Hanse" did not own any warships but rather equipped all trading cogs for self-defence purposes. In case of need, the "Hanse" formed a fleet with extra defence equipment and armed crews of up to 100 men to accompany the trading ships or to enforce “Hanse” interests with warlike means.

 

hansa cog Item.- No.: 1011
Barcode: 40 22762 10011 4
Product name: hansa cog
Product dimensions L/H in mm: 450 x 500 mm

At the beginning of the 13th century, a further type of sailing ship appeared in the north of Europe. Used both as a trader and man-of-war, this vessel soon advanced to become the leading type of ship of the "Hanse", an economic alliance of North German traders. The "Hanse" did not own any warships but rather equipped all trading cogs for self-defence purposes. In case of need, the "Hanse" formed a fleet with extra defence equipment and armed crews of up to 100 men to accompany the trading ships or to enforce “Hanse” interests with warlike means.

 

hansa cog

Item.- No.: 5018
Barcode: 40 22762 50018 1
Product name: hansa cog
Product dimensions L/H in mm: 800 x 830 mm

 

At the beginning of the 13th century, a further type of sailing ship appeared in the north of Europe. Used both as a trader and man-of-war, this vessel soon advanced to become the leading type of ship of the "Hanse", an economic alliance of North German traders. The "Hanse" did not own any warships but rather equipped all trading cogs for self-defence purposes. In case of need, the "Hanse" formed a fleet with extra defence equipment and armed crews of up to 100 men to accompany the trading ships or to enforce “Hanse” interests with warlike means.