Price: 32.50 euro Size: 15×11.5cm./5.9×4.5inch. Weight: 66gr./2.3oz.
Very old model of the B-29 Superfortress. The Boeing B-29 Superfortress, an American bomber that was used in World War II in the fight against Japan. Among other things, this type of bomber was used to drop the first atomic bomb over Hiroshima on August 6, 1945; this bomber is called the “Enola Gay”. Three days later another atomic bomb was dropped with this type of bomber, this time over Nagasaki.
Price: 84.50 euro Size: 27.5x23cm./10.8x9inch. Weight: 1300gr./45oz.
Model of the North American B-45 Tornado airplane. Airplane on black marble pedestal. This is an old solid aluminum model, made in the cold war era, that can be picked up from his bracket. The North American B-45 “Tornado” was a four-engine, light bomber that was produced almost immediately after the Second World War. The plane was the first all-jet bomber built for the newly established United States Air Force and turned out to be a transition plane, built in small numbers and with relatively little operational success.
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: 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.
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: 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.
Price: 140.00 euro
Cruise missile Martin MGM-1 Matador 1952. Model is made with a lot of passion from zinc metal.Everything is manual work even the pedestal.After grinding sanding fillers etc., the color is sprayed and put in clear lacquer. Made in the 1960’s-1970’s. They are made on a scale from the original blueprints. The Martin MGM-1 Matador was the first operational Surface-to-Surface missile designed and built by the United States.The first squadron was operational at the end of 1953, but only deployed in 1954 as the 1st Pilotless Bomber Squadron, Bitburg Air Base, Germany.By the late 1950s, all Matadors were carrying a nuclear warhead.
Price: 126.00 euro
Aluminum planes on white bakelite pedestal covered with felt at the bottom.Airplanes can be unscrewed from the metal brackets. Handmade probably in the 50’s or 60’s. From 1944, all B-17 formations were equipped with a hunting escort consisting of P-51 Mustang or P-47 Thunderbolt fighters and the Allied losses fell very sharply.