Price: 105.00 euro Size: 20.5x14cm./8×5.5inch. Weight: 520gr./18.3oz.
Tank T-34 WWII honorary gift, old and handmade. Gift awarded to the best student during training to T-34 crew. Completely handmade. Tank is made of aluminum, just like the pedestal on which the tank stands. Base is made of oak with aluminum plate of honor. The picture says; “Honorary Student” Gun turret can rotate 360 degrees.
(195.21) Price: 195.00 euro Size: 37x32cm./14.5×12.5inch. Weight: 1553gr./54.7oz.
Monument to the Space Conquerors in Monino with a Sukhoi SU-9 plane. A monument to the conquerors of space in Monino, it is a large sculpture of the athlete flying into space. In his right hand he holds the first artificial terrestrial satellite. With an incredible leap, he moves into a lucid dream and builds a path to Space for all humanity. The monument was erected in 1962 on the square in front of the Officers Club in Monino. The monument was erected in honor of the opening of a new space age. A Sukhoi SU-9 on a hammer and sickle stand is a beautiful image. Statue is made of orange colored plastic. Base is made of black and clear plexiglass, just like the hammer and sikken bracket. Aircraft is made of aluminum. Sputnik is made of metal and plastic. Almost all Russian space explorers were also jet fighter pilots, artwork is a beautiful pairing of the 2 and once donated to a high-ranking officer. Age-related scratches, dents and damage.
Price: 135.00 euro Size: 14.5x12cm./5.7×4.7inch. Weight: 275gr./9.7oz.
Rare Sputnik Music box Propaganda piece, first satellite in space. Made of metal, aluminum, wood and plastic. The pedestal reads 4-10-1957 CCCP. If the gold-colored aluminum globe on the top of the foot is turned slightly, the melody will play, but can also be stopped by turning it back. Music box has been checked, adjusted and lubricated by a clockmaker, everything works perfectly.
Price: 35.00 euro Size: 7.5×4.9cm./2.9×1.9inch. Weight: 30gr./1oz.
First Satellite, Sputnik Propaganda piece, first satellite in space. Made of metal, aluminum and plastic base. On the Sputnik is a hammer and sickle. Gold colored aluminum globe part. The pedestal has the date 4-X-1959 CCCP.
Price: 27.00 euro Size: 7.5×4.9cm./2.9×1.9inch. Weight: 30gr./1oz.
Propaganda space desktop. The Boctok rocket with CCCP, a globe and the date of Gagarin’s first flight. First human in space. Made of metal, aluminum and a plastic base. Bostok is on the rocket. Gold colored aluminum globe part. The pedestal has the date 12-IX-1961 CCCP The bracket spells the letters CCCP.
Price: 47.00 euro Size: 20x18cm./7.8x7inch. Weight: 1530gr./54oz.
Saturn ink pot and pen holder made in 1967. Very beautiful. Made of gray marble inlaid with white marble (rings) Complete with jar and lid and inscription. This item was used once, see ink stains, so it was accually on somebody’s desk.
Price: 90.00 euro Size: 35×11.5cm./13.7×4.5inch. Weight: 1175gr./41.4oz.
A great desktop piece completely handmade in the mid 60’s from bakelite, red plastic plate and a piece of cut Plexiglass. On top an ebonite rocket. The whole thing is screwed together layer by layer. Unique item! The desktop is modelled from the enormous Conquerors Of Space monument in Moscow. The monument is a giant obelisk erected in Moscow in 1964 to celebrate achievements of the Soviet people in space exploration. It depicts a starting rocket that rises on its exhaust plume. The monument is 107 meters (351 feet) tall, has 77° incline, and is made of titanium. The Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics is located inside the base of the monument.
Price: 21.00 euro Size: 10cm./3.9inch. Weight: 224gr./7.9oz.
Desktop ornament with the image of Yuri Gagarin, first human in space. Yuri Gagarin became the first human in outer space when his Vostok spacecraft completed one orbit of the Earth on 12 April 1961 in the Vostok 1 mission. Gagarin became an international celebrity and was awarded many medals and titles, including Hero of the Soviet Union, his nation’s highest honour. Gagarin died in 1968 when the training jet he was piloting crashed.
Price: 81.00 euro Size: 26.5cm./10.4inch. Weight: 1712gr./60.3oz.
In perfect condition, metal, heavily chromed rocket on pedestal. Nice how the rocket reflected in the shiny pedestal. The bracket is attached to the base with a brass ball. Beautifully handmade item. Rocket and bracket can be unscrewed.
Plexiglas desktop from the Soviet Union. The desktop is modelled from the enormous Conquerors Of Space monument in Moscow. The monument is a giant obelisk erected in Moscow in 1964 to celebrate achievements of the Soviet people in space exploration. It depicts a starting rocket that rises on its exhaust plume. The monument is 107 meters (351 feet) tall, has 77° incline, and is made of titanium. The Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics is located inside the base of the monument.
Price: 85.00 euro Size: 12.5x10cm./4.9×3.9inch. Weight: 177gr./6.2oz.
Kholmogory bone carving is a traditional handicraft practiced in the villages of Kholmogorsky District, Arkhangelsk Oblast, in the north of Russia. The craft of bone carving was developed in the town of Kholmogory in the 17th century. It is first mentioned in connection with the fact that two Kholmogory sculptors, brothers Yevdokim and Semyon Sheshenin, were invited to work in the Kremlin arsenal, which carried out orders before the Tsar’s court. The craft reached its peak in the 18th century under the rule of Peter the Great. Craftsmen used walrus ivory, seal bones, and in rare cases even elephant and mammoth ivory. In the 18th century, carved boxes, bracelets, portrait frames and similar objects were very popular. In the second half of the 19th century, handicrafts declined and by the 1880s there were few sculptors left. The local authorities made an effort to save the handicrafts and in 1885 a masterclass in bone carving was opened in the village of Lomonosovo, close to Kholmogory. The class had to be closed in 1900 for lack of interest. The next attempt to revive the handicrafts was made in 1934, when the Central Executive Committee of the USSR passed a special decree on measures to develop the bone carving of Kholmogory. In 1937, the carved objects received acclaim at the 1937 World Fair in Paris. In the thirties and fifties, the main purpose of the handicraft was to serve the Soviet propaganda, and therefore the objects were carved in the style of the Stalin empire. Special item, presumably made of ivory on a black wooden trapezoid plinth, which is nicely decorated along the sides. It can be different types of ivory, see description above.
Price: 45.00 euro Size: 39.5cm./15.5inch. Weight: 1496gr./52.7oz.
LargeSoviet Union desk ornament donated to Colonel Avilov S.V. in 1977. The ornament is handmade from brass, aluminum, copper and plexiglass. On the ornament is written:” For Colonel Avilov S.V. on its 50th anniversary in recognition of thanks and respect from the personnel department “DA” 1977″. The “sun” above is made of brass and is attached to a faceted plexiglass plate which stands on an aluminum block. The plate shows a jet fighter, a passing sun and a flag.
Rocket with globe and inscription from the Military Aviation Technical School. The inscription reads:”To the colonel engineer Korgakov Alexander Mihaylovich on the day of his 50th. birthday of the staff of the Military Aviation Technical School in Vasilkov. November 26, 1972.”. Handmade metal rocket on acrylic base with plastic globe. Rocket can be lifted off the base.
Price: 90.00 euro Size: 32.5x20cm./13.7×7.8inch Weight: 1543gr./54.4oz.
Rocket photo frame, pen holder desk ornament. Made of stainless steel and stands on a white marble base. Photo holder can rotate 360 so that the photo can be placed in any position. It is also possible to place a photo at the front and back. Completely handmade, so unique.
Price: 55.00 euro Size: 10x7cm./3.9×2.7inch. Weight: 390gr./13.7oz.
DDR desktop with the Oerlikon Mosquito Anti Tank Missile made in 1960. Relationship gift and not made in large numbers. This very well could be the only one survived. Heavy chromed rocket made of non-magnetic metal. The Mosquito was an Italian wire-guided anti-tank missile developed by the Swiss firm Contraves AG in close cooperation with the German firm of Bölkow.
China public security desktop. On the desktop it written:”Public Security of the People’s Republic of China“ The Ministry of Public Security of the People’s Republic of China is the main police and security authority of the People’s Republic of China and the government ministry that oversees and has ultimate responsibility for day-to-day law enforcement.
Price: 30.00 euro Size: 20x13cm./7.8×5.1inch. Weight: 206gr./7.2oz.
Soviet Union storage box made of hard plastic. On the front there is the year of the October Revolution (1917) and the text:”Glory October!” on the top. The October Revolution was a revolution in Russia led by the Bolshevik Party of Vladimir Lenin. It followed and capitalized on the February Revolution of the same year, which overthrew the Tsarist autocracy and resulted in a provisional government. As the October Revolution was not universally recognized, there followed the struggles of the Russian Civil War (1917–22) and the creation of the Soviet Union in 1922. The Bolsheviks would become the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Stalin was one of the militairy leaders of the Bolsheviks and took control over the Soviet Union after Lenin’s death in 1924.
Price: 155.00 euro Size: 40cm./15.7inch. Weight: 792gr./27.9oz.
Handmade nuclear submarine. Made of ebonite and stands on a plexiglass base and support. In the nose are 2 plates of white plastic processed with an aluminum in between. Rocket launch hatches are also made of inlaid white plastic.
Price: 150.00 euro Size: 26.5cm./10.4inch. Weight: 206gr./7.2oz.
Handmade model of a Soviet submarine, NATO callingname: Foxtrot B400. It looks like the submarine is just coming home to port after a long one voyage. Flags are hanging from the antenna wire. The submarine is made of ebonite with metal and brass parts and stands on plexiglass bracket on an elongated bakelite base plate. In the nose are 2 white plastics processed.
Price: 115.00 euro Size: 35.3×18.3cm./13.8×7.2inch. Weight: 2445gr./86.2oz.
Big cannon howitzer. Artillery, cannon handmade desk ornament made of brass on a plexiglass base with inscription. Wheels are made of wood and there are some cracks due to drying out over the years, but that also gives it character. Exceptionally beautifully made, see photos for details. The cannon can turn left and right.
Price: 125.00 euro Size: 28.5×27.5cm./11.2×10.8inch. Weight: 1645gr./58oz.
Flak Cannon howitzer Artillery, cannon handmade brass desk ornament on a plexiglass base with inscription shield. The pedestal stands on 3 brass feet. Exceptionally beautifully made, see photos for details.
Brass tank, handmade, desk ornament. Tank in brass on a plexiglass base. A pen can be placed on the right front. Left behind a piece of sleeve where other writing implements can be placed. Stands on 4 brass feet. 1 wheel missing.
Price: 71.00 euro Size: 17x14cm./6.6×5.5inch. Weight: 636gr./22.4oz.
WWI tank with bullets photo frame. Beautifully made photo frame with faceted glass. Note how the hinges are made of balls and how glass can be placed in any position. Tank is made of wood, just like the pedestal. Dome can rotate.
Tank T-54 aluminum with brass lamps on a bare wooden base. The tank is handmade of aluminium with brass parts and steel tracks. Pedestal is made of oak and has an acrylic plate. Dome can rotate 360 degrees.
Price: 150.00 euro Size: 32×9.5cm./12.5×3.7inch. Weight: 224gr./7.9oz.
Soviet Union Submarine B400. NATO reportingname was Foxtrot. Submarine is made of ebonite with metal and brass parts and stands on a plexiglass bracket on an long ebonite base plate. A plate of white plastic has been incorporated in the nose. Submarine can be removed from the pedestal.
Price: 75.00 euro Size: 26x26cm./10.2×10.2inch. Weight: 551gr./19.1oz.
Stylistic jet fighter jet Fully chromed. Particularly sleek design that fits into any interior. The statue was made somewhere in the 1960s and has no damage, only some pits in the chrome. This is a “swept wing” model which was the newest form at the time. Made of sheet material which is chromed after sanding and polishing.
Price: 82.00 euro Size: 20x18cm./7.8x7inch. Weight: 432gr./15.2oz.
Soviet model plane Iloeshin Il-2 Shtoermovik. Aircraft stands on a beautifully shaped metal standard hammer blow sprayed with aluminum under plate and has a number and mark. The model can be placed in any position at the top by means of a ball weight. Aircraft is made of metal and plastic.. Aircraft stands on a beautifully shaped metal standard. Blow sprayed. With aluminum base and has a number and mark. The model can be placed in any position at the top by means of a ball weight. Aircraft is made of metal and plastic.
Price: 102.00 euro Size: 18.5×12.5cm./7.2×4.9inch. Weight: 1125gr./39.6oz.
Douglas DC-2 Bronze plane on marble. The first DC-2, the PH-AJU Uiver, became world famous for winning the first prize in the London-Melbourne air race in October 1934. Bronze plane with bronze bracket and marble base. Aircraft has a nice patina, very old, some minor damage to the pedestal and 2 small casts in 1 of the propeller discs. The whole looks very nice.
Price: 23.00 euro Size: 16x12cm./6.2×4.7inch. Weight: 117gr./4.1oz.
Polikarpov I-16 Soviet fighter. Metal handmade model in a special seaplane version. Cockpit can fold open. Introduced around 1935. These aircraft were the backbone of the Soviet Air Force at the start of the Second World War. In addition, the aircraft was also used in the Spanish Civil War and the Battle of Halhin Gol.
Price: 99.00 euro Size: 58.8×27.5cm./23.1×10.8inch. Weight: 840gr./29.6oz.
Hungarian model of the Fecske Windglider. Handmade model of metal, presumably aluminum. Hand painted. Glider stands on a brass bracket with an aluminum base. Type designation: EV.1.K. Name: Fecske. Designer: Young designers from the PGE. In 1964, a group of young engineers from the factory’s design office decided to create a performance glider that would surpass all previous Hungarian gliders. The design was started in 1965. The factory accepted the design and the team, which began operating in early 1967. The glider first flew on September 18, 1969. After the flight tests were completed, the Hungarian Glider Team began getting the glider for operational tests. In October 1970, the glider’s wings were cut off in flight due to a serious pilot error. The glider was destroyed and the pilot lost his life. No example has been built anymore.
Price: 81.00 euro Size: 26×12.6cm./10.2×4.9inch. Weight: 256gr./9oz.
Handmade Gullwing Glider. Interesting model that requires more research. Is it a WW2 glider? Aircraft is made of polished aluminum and stands on a stone pedestal with an aluminum bracket. Aircraft can be removed from its bracket, it is also possible to turn the aircraft. Age-related scratches, dents and damage.
Jet Fighter Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17. NATO reporting name: Fresco F.F 1950. A lot of thought has gone into this model, look at the air intake, what a job making it that way. Few models of a MIG 17 have been made. The iconic MiG-15 was such a success that the MiG-17 and MiG-19 have been somewhat forgotten by trench art makers. Aircraft is made of aluminum and stands on an asymmetrical pedestal with a steel bracket. Pedestal is made of plastic and has a marble look green pen tray. Aircraft can be turned off its bracket, it is also possible to tilt the aircraft in different positions.
Price: 114.00 euro Size: 17.5×11.7cm./6.8×4.6inch. Weight: 641gr./22.6oz.
Soviet jet Fighter MiG-15. Illuminated. NATO reporting name: Bassoon. The iconic MiG-15 handcrafted trench art. Aircraft is made of metal and stands on a chrome base and bracket. Probably once worked on batteries, but now with a power supply, low current so 100% safe. It is illuminated with 2 bicycle lights, in the front and rear of the hull.
Price: 66.00 euro Size: 9.5×7.5cm./3.7×2.9inch. Weight: 306gr./10.7oz.
Officers desk ornament 3R10 nuclear missile. FROG = Free rocket over ground. Cold war relic. Handicraft, chrome-plated on bakelite base. Missile can be unscrewed from the launch platform. It stands on a chrome block which in turn stands on a bakelite block and fits together beautifully.
Price: 290.00 euro Size: 44.5x36cm./17.5×14.1inch. Weight: 2000gr./70.5oz.
Huge Mustang F-82 Twin Handcrafted metal model. Long range escort fighter and night fighter. Last American piston-engine hunter. Model is made with a lot of passion from zinc metal. After grinding, filling, sanding, etc., the color was sprayed and put in clear coat. Made to scale from original blueprints. Both cockpits can be opened. Pedestal is also handmade, plane can be taken off the stand and is very sturdy so can stand on its own wheels.
Price: 500.00 euro Size: 65×59.5cm./25.5×23.4inch. Weight: 3747gr./132oz.
Bell P-39 Airacobra 1941. The Bell P-39 Airacobra was one of the most important American fighters in service when the United States entered World War II. The P-39 was used by the Soviet Air Force and enabled individual Soviet pilots to collect the highest number of “kills” attributed to an American fighter flown by a pilot in conflict. Other significant users of this type included the Free French, Royal Air Force, United States Air Force, and Italian Co-warring Air Force. Designed by Bell Aircraft, it had an innovative layout, with the engine installed in the center of the fuselage behind the pilot. The propeller was driven by a long tractor shaft. It was also the first hunter to be equipped with a tricycle undercarriage. Doors can open and the propeller and wheels can turn. The wheels are strong and the plane can stand without a stand. Entirely made of metal by hand! Propeller is also metal and mounted on brass shaft with brass nut.
The Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-87 Stuka Tactical dive bomber. Made of brass, metal and marble. This handmade model stands on a red marble pedestal and can be detached from the base and bracket. Photo frame holder is also made of brass and has a tulip shape.
This is not a model that could be bought but was released by Antonov design bureau. Antonov An-74 UK on a blue disc and blue base 50 years anniversary handmade desk ornament. Metal plane and metal ring. Both not magnetic. The number 50 and honorary branch are both made of aluminum. Blue disc and base with inscription are made of acrylic. Plane can be rotated to put in different positions.
Price: 78.00 euro Size: 23x14cm./9×5.5inch. Weight: 572gr./20oz.
Handmade model of the Soviet airplane Sukhoi SU-9. More than likely made in the Soviet Union. On a chrome-plated brass. Heavy aircraft of a somewhat rarer model. Pedestal is very beautiful and has an asymmetrical shape that rises from low back to high at the front. Model is easy to remove from its bracket and can also be rotated, so placed at an angle.
Price: 198.00 euro Size: 50x38cm./19.6×14.9inch. Weight: 2090gr./73.7oz.
Very rare model plane of the Soviet Kalinin airplane. The first passenger airplane of Russia. Handmade. Model is built of wood with metal parts and stands on a plexiglass asymmetrical base. Model can be removed from the pedestal, the propeller can rotate. 2 exhaust pipes that protrude just above the windscreens. Beautiful! On the pedestal is a brass plate with text. Model has minor damage, see photos. I expect a model that you will never encounter again. The Kalinin K-2 was a Soviet aircraft designed and built by the designer Konstantin Kalinin. The aircraft was a variant of the predecessor K-1 with a more powerful engine and all-metal construction. The total weight of the structure significantly exceeded that of the planning. F.F. 1925, the first commercial flight took place in 1926. Only four were built.
Price: 138.00 euro Size: 28x23cm./11x9inch. Weight: 396gr./13.9oz.
Handmade model of the German Junker Ju-88. The model is made in the Soviet Union in the 1960’s. The propellers and wheels can turn. Metal propellers are mounted on a brass shaft with brass nut. The Ju-88 was a German Luftwaffe twin-engined fighter plane from World War II. Schnellbomber (fast bomber) that would be too fast for hunters of it’s time to intercept. One of the most versatile fighter planes of the war. Like a number of other Luftwaffe bombers, it served as a bomber, dive bomber, night fighter, torpedo bomber, reconnaissance plane, heavy fighter and at the end of the war as a flying bomb.
Price: 138.00 euro Size: 28x23cm./11x9inch. weight: 396gr./13.9oz.
Model of the Junkers Ju 87 Stuka divebomber, made in the 1960’s. It was a German dive bomber and ground attack aircraft. Designed by Hermann Pohlmann, it first flew in 1935. The Ju 87 made its combat debut in 1937 with the Luftwaffe’s Condor Legion during the Spanish Civil War and served in World War II. The wheels are strong allowing the plane to be taken off the stand. Propeller is made of metal and mounted on a brass shaft with brass nut.
(R.28.5.20) Price: 34.50 euro Size: 22.5×7.8cm./8.8x3inch. Weight: 305gr./10oz.
The famous Berlin TV tower made in crystal. Crystal ornament on cobalt blue base with 2 minor corner damages. The back is made with a depth effect, very beautiful. The tower was constructed between 1965 and 1969 by the government of the DDR. It was intended to be both a symbol of Communist power and of the city. It remains a landmark today, visible throughout the central and some suburban districts of Berlin. With its height of 368 metres (1207ft.) it is the tallest structure in Germany, and the third-tallest structure in the European Union.
Price: 78.00 euro
Lockheed XF-90 model plane. Handmade in the cold war era presumably in the Soviet Union. The plane is made of polished aluminium. The base is made of wood.
The Lockheed XF-90 was built in response to a US Air Force requirement for a long-range fighter and bomber escort.Lockheed was awarded a contract for two prototype XP-90s (redesignated as XF-90 in 1948).Two prototypes were built. The XF-90 never entered production.
Price: 69.00 euro
Beautiful desktop with the image of Deng Xiaoping. The desktop is made from wood and copper and in very good state. The text on the desktop reads:”Seek Truth From Facts”.
Deng Xiaoping (1904-1997) was a Chinese politician who was the paramount leader of the People’s Republic of China from 1978 until 1989. After Chairman Mao Zedong’s death in 1976, Deng gradually rose to power and led China through a series of far-reaching market-economy reforms, which earned him the reputation as the “Architect of Modern China”.
Deng studied and worked in France in the 1920s, where he became a follower of Marxism–Leninism. He joined the Communist Party of China in 1923. Upon returning to China, Deng joined the party organization in Shanghai, becoming a political commissar for the Red Army in rural regions. In 1931, he was demoted within the party due to his support of Mao Zedong, but was promoted again during the 1935 Zunyi Conference. By the late 1930s,
Deng was considered a “revolutionary veteran” because he participated in the Long March. Following the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, Deng worked in Tibet as well as in southwest China to consolidate Communist control. As the party’s Secretary-general in the 1950s, Deng presided over the Anti-Rightist Campaign launched by Mao and became instrumental in China’s economic reconstruction following the Great Leap Forward (1958–1960). However, his economic policies caused him to fall out of favor with Mao Zedong and he was purged twice during the Cultural Revolution.
Price: 145.00 euro
The Desert Fox. Cockpit can be opened. Made of zinc.
The FW-190 flew with Erprobungskommando in North Africa and is a German single-seat, single-engine fighter aircraft used during World War II and became the backbone of the Luftwaffe’s Jagdwaffe (Fighter Force). The wheels are strong so the plane can be taken off the stand. Propeller is made of metal and mounted on a brass shaft with brass nut.
Price: 47.00 euro
Piece of ammo of a Soviet MiG fighter jet. The top of the shell is a old reproduction so the bullit is legal and safe. Made somewhere in the Soviet Union, probably in the 1960’s. The shell is mounted on a black plastic plate with inscription.
Price: 57.00 euro
Ammo from a Soviet MiG Jet Fighter. The point of the bulletsleeve is a reproduction made from stainless steel. Therefore this piece of ammo is legal and safe. Made in the Soviet Union in the cold war era.
Price: 51.00 euro
Warsaw pact Tank Metal desk ornament with Sputnik on the back. Warsaw pact era communist sculpture/relief, remnant of the armed forces.The Sputnik can be seen on the back.Front Tanks and Armor (T-55, PTSZ, APC).
Price: 125.00 euro
The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 Würger. This plane is handmade in the 60’s in one of the Eastern Bloc country’s. The model plane is found in Hungary. German single-seat, single-engine fighter designed by Kurt Tank in the late 1930s and widely used during World War II, it became the backbone of the Luftwaffe’s Jagdwaffe (Fighter Force). The propeller and wheels can rotate. The wheels are strong so the plane can be taken off the stand. Propeller is made of metal and mounted on a brass shaft with brass nut.
Price: 90.00 euro
Big, heavy Czechsovakian desktop. Modelled after the Dukla Battle Memorial.
The Battle of the Dukla Pass was the battle for control over the Dukla Pass on the border between Poland and Slovakia on the Eastern Front of World War II between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union in 1944.
The operation’s primary goal, to provide support for the Slovak rebellion, was not achieved, but it concluded the full liberation of the Ukraine in it’s modern borders.
Price: 36.00 euro
Metal plaque about 60 years of October Revolution. The plaque reads:”Red October” and pictured are the ship the Aurora who fired the first shot in the October Revolution and a hammer and sickle. On the back it reads:”Friendship” in the German and Russian language. And:”30 Years of DSF”. DSF means “Gesellshaft Fur Deutsch-Sowjetische Freundshaft/Society For German-Soviet Friendship”. Pictured also on the back are the flags of the Soviet Union and the DDR. Made of bronze in 1977.
Price: 59.00 euro
Large fighter jet bomber accompanied by 2 fighter aircraft on a blue and white base. Bomber with an escort of 2 fighters. Airplanes can be tilted in different positions. Pedestal is made of 2 colors of acrylate. Obtained in Hungary and propably Soviet made in the cold war era. Handmade.
Price: 295.00 euro
Total lenght: 43cm./16.9inch.
Rocket size: 29cm./11.4inch.
Truck with German V-2 Missile and launch pad 1942-1945.
Vintage, 60s-70s, handmade model made with great passion. Prpbably made in the Soviet Union. The V-2 “Vergeltungswaffe” technical name Aggregat 4 (A4), was the world’s first long-range ballistic missile. The missile, powered by a liquid propellant rocket engine, was developed in Germany during World War II as a “revenge weapon” designated to attack Allied cities in retaliation for the Allied bombing of German cities. The V-2 rocket also became the first man-made object to fly into space by crossing the Kármán line with its vertical launch on June 20, 1944. First space rocket?
It is amazing what a work and craftsmanship has gone into this model. It is made of zinc sheet brass and metal. Everything can be moved or removed, moving, open, standing, driving, etc.
Trailer can be disconnected. Front axle of the trailer rotates in 2 places. The rear support arms can be folded out and the support legs can be rotated downwards. The 4 truck doors can be opened and have a door handle. The missile tilts up until the missile is above the launch pad. There are 2 sliding systems to represent the hydraulic cylinders. Once upright, the clamps can be released and the rocket is on the launch block. There is a locking pin between the rear rocket wings to ensure that the rocket does not fall off the trailer.
Price: 63.00 euro
Bureau ornament annon with ballistic missile. From old to new, from cannon to missile.Hand made in the Cold War era. Officer desk ornament made of brass metal and bakelite.Rocket stands on a bakelite block and can be unscrewed from its base and consists of 3 parts.It is entirely on 4 brass legs. Probably made in the Soviet Union.
Price: 47.00 euro
Bronze plane. Beautifully shaped base of different types of wood pieces with a dark red color.Bracket is made of aluminum which is screwed to the base with a dice.Oval photo frame and covered with felt on the bottom. The desktop is presumably made in the Soviet Union, cold war era.
Price: 33.00 euro
Brass grenade Big Bertha cannon WW1 German Empire. Fat Bertha is the nickname of a German howitzer named after the maker’s wife. The official name was Kurze Marine Kanone L-12 and codenamed M-Gerät. The shells were handmade and 42 cm. Probably that’s why “42” is on this granade. At the bottom it says;1914 PAP FERENC. It’s means PRIEST FERENC. It is made of brass or bronze and has a beautiful patina.Top is shiny due to opening the grenade. Probably used to store something commemorative or not religious.
Mig 23 Switch top on clear plexiglass base. Aircraft presumably made of brass, later chromed.Stainless steel bracket is attached to a plexiglas base with 2 aluminum “screws”. It is on 4 aluminum legs.Wings can be folded and unfolded and the airplane can also be removed from the bracket.
The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23 (NATO reporting name Flogger) is a variable-geometry fighter aircraft, designed by the Mikoyan-Gurevich design bureau in the Soviet Union. It is a third-generation jet fighter, the world’s most-produced variable-geometry aircraft, along with similar Soviet fighters such as the Su-15 “Flagon”. It was the first Soviet fighter to field a look-down/shoot-down radar and one of the first to be armed with beyond-visual-range missiles. Production started in 1969 and reached large numbers with over 5,000 aircraft built. Today the MiG-23 remains in limited service with some export customers.
Price: 21.00 euro
Aeroflot Aluminum model. The Tupolev Tu-104 (NATO reporting name: Camel) was a twinjet medium-range narrow-body turbojet-powered Soviet aircraft.It was the second to enter regular service and was the only jetliner operating in the world from 1956 to 1958, when the British jetliner was grounded for safety reasons. Old model made of aluminum. Some corrosion on one side.
Price: 260.00 euro
Handmade model of Junkers Ju 52/3M. Made in the 1960’s. The propellers and wheels can rotate.Metal propellers are mounted on a brass shaft with brass nut. The Ju-52 / 3m is an aircraft built by the German firm Junkers.It is also known by the pet name Tante Ju. The aircraft was commissioned by the Reichswehr, which was then secretly working on the construction of a German air force, developed as a commercial aircraft that could easily be converted into a bomber. The aircraft first flew in March 1932.During the Spanish Civil War, the type was also used for the first time militarily. On August 14, 1936, it flew the first bombing mission.
Price: 42.00 euro
Desktop ornament futuring the heavy Big Bertha howitzer. Development started in 1906, when a contract was placed in Pilsen by the Austro-Hungarian high command at Skoda-Werke to make a weapon capable of penetrating the concrete fortresses built in Belgium and Italy. Development continued until 1909. The first prototype was finished in 1910 and fired secretly.
Eight Mörsers were loaned to the German army and were first deployed on the Western Front in the early part of World War I. They were used together with the Krupp 42 cm howitzer (“Big Bertha”) to destroy the Belgian fortresses around Liège (Battle of Liège), Namur (Fortified Position of Namur) and Antwerp (Forts Koningshooikt, Kessel and Broechem). While the weapon was used on the Eastern, Italian and Serbian fronts until the end of the war, it was only used on the Western front at the beginning of the war.
In 1915, ten howitzers were used to support the Austro-Hungarian-German invasion of Serbia led by German General August von Mackensen.
Price: 295.00 euro
Illuminated marine CCCP Officers desk ornament.Beautiful large and heavy handmade ornament.Almost 100% of brass and ebonite. Boat in harbor and lighthouse are illuminated, now with a power supply and no battery.Unlimited illuminated!Lighting button is located on the stern of the boat. All wires have been renewed just like the standard bicycle lamps. The 2 naval mines are inkwells and have caps that are attached to chains where they were originally attached to the seabeds.Column in the sea is the monument in memory of sunken ships.For the 2 ink pots a holder to put down an ink pen.(not included in the sale).Around 7 brass poles with a ship’s chain in between. The whole piece has 4 legs made of ebonite.
Price: 162.00 euro
Used as;Cargo and passenger airliner and light bomber. Soviet Union origin. First user: TARS (Romania), 6/8/1946, sold to Hungary: 8/1/1946 airline;MASZO FLET Hungary now has the only flying Li-2 in the world! This model is handmade and still has its original paint.The bracket is made of metal, chromed and painted blue on the back (the same color as the plane) and also with 2 blue lines on the front.It stands on a red marble base.
Price: 166.00 euro
Jakovlev Yak 28 handcrafted Polished Honorary gift. NATO reporting name Firebar. First flight 1958. The plane is made of high-gloss polished aluminum and has an aluminum bracket and stands on a 2-color facet cut acrylic base with inscription from 1973. Airplane can be turned off the bracket and the bracket can also be unscrewed from the base, just like the front support legs.Note how thin the points on the wing are, how beautifully the rocket is made at the bottom.
The Yakovlev Yak-28 is a swept wing, turbojet-powered combat aircraft used by the Soviet Union. Produced initially as a tactical bomber, it was also manufactured in reconnaissance, electronic warfare, interceptor, and trainer versions. It began to enter service in 1960.
The aircraft is perhaps best known for the heroic actions of Captain Boris Kapustin and Lieutenant Yuri Yanov after the Yak-28 they were piloting suffered a catastrophic engine malfunction in 1966. They were ordered to divert to attempt a landing in Soviet zone of Germany, but lost control of the aircraft and strayed into the airspace of West Berlin. The crew managed to avoid a housing estate but crashed into Lake Stößensee without ejecting. Their bodies, along with the wreckage, were raised from the lake by Royal Naval divers who also retrieved important top secret material from the plane, including the engines, which were taken to RAF Gatow to be inspected by RAF and American engineers. The bodies of the two pilots were returned to the USSR with full military honors from both Soviet and British armed service members, and they were both posthumously awarded the Order of the Red Banner. Both engines were returned to the Soviets on May 2, 1966.
Price: 23.00 euro
Warsaw Pact 4 countries Air defense. 1957-1972, 15 years of cooperation between Hungary, Russia, Czechoslovakia and Poland.Images of a MIG 21 with radar and ground to air missile.Laurel branch with the communist star at the top.Beautifully styled. Dark blue porcelain with gold painted from the brand Hollohaza. The Warsaw Pact was a military alliance of communist countries that existed between 1955 and 1991. It was established as a counterpart to NATO at the suggestion of Soviet party leader Nikita Khrushchev. The treaty was signed on 14 May 1955 in the Polish capital, Warsaw, in response to NATO by the Soviet Union, Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, the GDR, Hungary, Poland and Czechoslovakia. All but one of the communist states in Eastern Europe were members: only Yugoslavia was left out. The members of the pact promised to defend each other if one or more members were attacked.
Price: 222.00 euro
Very large and big handmade model of the Convair B-36 Peacemaker plane, made of aluminium. Probably made in the Soviet Union during the Cold War era.
The Convair B-36 Peacemaker was a strategic bomber.It was the largest propeller-driven aircraft to be mass-produced and also the largest bomber ever built. The B-36’s origins date back to early 1941, before America’s participation in World War II.At that time, the likelihood that the United Kingdom would be occupied by Germany was very real.This would make any US bombing of Germany impossible, leading to demand for a bomber with a transatlantic range.
Petlyakov Pe-2 model desktop. Soviet Union handmade in the Cold War era. Made of polished aluminum and wood with acrylic photo frame. Nice model, see the antenna wires.Picture in frame is also a model airplane of the same model but made of plexiglass with photo of maker? The Petlyakov Pe-2 was a Soviet twin-engined dive bomber used during World War II. One of the outstanding tactical attack aircraft of the war, it also proved successful as a heavy fighter, as a night fighter (Pe-3 variant) and as a reconnaissance aircraft. In many respects it resembled the wooden British Havilland Mosquito.
The Soviets manufactured Pe-2s in greater numbers (11,430 built) during the war than any other twin-engined combat aircraft except for the German Junkers Ju 88 and the British Vickers Wellington. The Pe-2 was fast, maneuverable and durable. Several Communist air forces flew the type after the war, when it became known by the NATO reporting name Buck.