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Nautical antiques museum-shop in Gamla Stan, Stockholm
Sweden

For more than 40 years FARTYGSMAGASINET have been engaged in dismantling old seafaring vessels, restoring original ships' furniture and nautical interiors, collecting nautical antiques and artefacts, producing hand-made brass lamps and fittings, organizing maritime auctions and exhibitions...

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Tags: maritime; history; collection; sweden; sverige
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