Hungarian desktop made of a goose egg! Found in Hungary, a blacksmith proved his skills by decorating an eggshell with ornaments without breaking it. The more ornaments the better the craftsman was. This egg is full, it can’t take any more and everything is secured with small rivets. Probably inspired by Fabrice eggs. Donated in 1970, which was also the 100th. birthyear of Lenin. The egg is broken at the bottom, but in this way you can see that it is a real egg. When it is on the table the egg can rotate on its pedestal. Above and below a horseshoe for good luck, 2 shields with “NyV” and “k 1970”. Great item that was made in the socialist time and probably therefore a lot of tools on the egg.
Hungarian desktop made in 1969. Robert Bereny was commissioned for At Arms! At Arms! of the Propaganda Department of the People’s Commissariat for Education in May 1919. Its task was to design a poster encouraging young men to enlist in the Red Army as the state prepared for a military campaign against the Czechoslovak and Romanian advance. Berény tried to capture the enthusiasm and urgency in a screaming figure, a sailor. His mouth is wide open and his face distorted into one big cry in his left hand he holds up a red flag his right hand into a fist. In 1969 a gigantic bronze statue of this was made for the 50th anniversary of the Soviet Union. The plaque is made of cast iron and rests on a clear lacquered, sloping beechwood pedestal, which is covered with green fabric underneath. It is 63 years old but looks great, like new.
Hungarian desktop. Metal model version of the Soviet liberation monument of the Second World War. The 29-meter-high monument is made of 414 cubic meters of concrete and inaugurated in 1970, Lenin’s birthday. More than 20,000 people came to the ceremony to see the finished work with their own eyes. Front and back have the year 1945, the year of the liberation.
Hungarian desktop as a WWII memorial. Made as a thank you to the Red Army for freeing Hungary. Star is made of brass, column of a hard plastic. The base is made of hardwood with steel rods. On top of the stairs, a Soviet and Hungarian flag wich are devided with a hammer and sickle. In very good condition.
Hungarian desktop from the cold war era. On one side fists with the red book, the other side fists with a flag and the text:”For a socialist future” At the top of the block an inlaid brass, awarded in 1979 after 40 years of members of the Communist Party. The medal can be turned so one could choose wich side was facing.
Price: 87.00 euro Size: 19.8x14cm./7.7×5.5inch. Weight: 652gr./22.9oz.
Model Focke-Wulf. Made of chrome-plated brass, with chrome wear. This is the type that flew for the Hungarian Air Force. Hungary was Germany’s ally during WW2. Pedestal appears to be made of aircraft aluminum and aircraft can be screwed off. Special aircraft that you will not easily encounter as a handmade model.
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: 85.00 euro
WW 2 commemoration obelisk Hungarian party of Communists.It is a beautiful but also heavy desk ornament.Presumably solid brass due to weight, which is chrome-plated. Pedestal looks like a hard plastic and has a brass honor plate with KMP 50 on it.Hungarian memorial office ornament 50th anniversary of the establishment of the KMP (Hungarian Party of Communists). Covered with red cloth at the top of the obelisk is the coat of arms of Socialist Hungary.
Military Hungarian WW2 memorial.On January 15, 1939, Hungary notified Nazi Germany of joining. Count Csaky informs Germany, Italy and Japan that Hungary has decided to accept the invitation to participate in the Anti-Comintern Pact.Beautiful vintage item with history. Chromed with bronze Stuka piece on wooden base.
Price: 20.00 euro
This desktop item was handed over to Berta Mihaly as a gift in 1965. Hungary-Soviet friendship excellent work National Comittee. It is made of metal and pexiglas. Original document is still present and it is in it’s original box. These kind of presents was very common with friendly nations back in the days.
We have also a medal from the same person. Click on the photo: