Price: 29.00 euro Size: 43x31cm./16.9×12.2inch. Weight: 900gr./31.7oz.
Spacegame made in Hungary in the cold war era called “Excavator” and features models of the Buran spacecraft from the Soviet Union. Also known as the Soviet space shuttle. The game is complete and in good condition.
Price: 59.00 euro Size: 27x22cm./10.6×8.6inch. Weight: 2250gr./79.3oz.
Hungarian Sputnik design fan made in the1960s. The text on the plate reads:”Attorney general’s Office”. Well functioning ivory white bakelite fan which is on a chrome bracket and can be placed in any position. It can be standing or hung. The 3 blades are made of rubber so soft to the hands when it is working. Rear of the engine beautifully finished with a chrome cap.
Price: 78.00 euro Size: 22x15cm./8.6×5.9inch. Weight: 268gr./9.4oz.
Flagpole point Kisz Elöre Hungarian Communist Youth Association 1919-1957. Completely original, even the paint. Even after 63 in very good condition. Large star surrounded by 2 laurel branches, in the center of the 2 flags. Ornaments from Warsaw Pact countries are rarer than from Mother Russia. It was founded on 21 March 1957 (on the anniversary of the Hungarian Soviet Republic’s declaration in 1919), following the break of 1956 Hungarian Revolution. It claimed to represent all the country’s youth and sought to educate young people politically and to supervise political as well as some social activities for them. KISZ was the most important source of new members for the party. Its organizational framework paralleled that of the Hungarian Socialist Workers’ Party and included a congress, central committee, secretariat, and regional and local committees. Membership was open to youth from the ages of fourteen to twenty-six years, but most of the full-time leaders of the organization were well over the age limit. In the 1980s, KISZ had about 800,000 members. Membership was common among students (96% at universities, 75% in high schools) but was lower among young people already working (31%). It was mandatory for university admittance.
This is a Workers Guardian patch from Hungary.
A Workers Guardian was a worker who was trained much like the miliairy in order for the civil defense of Hungary. The militairy budget of Hungary was drastically reduced in order to give the people a better living standard.
Millions of working class people (labours) trained with rifles, mortars, machine guns and artillery to support the regular army in case of war. All this was originated by Janos Kadar who was the communist leader of Hungary who ruled over Hungary from 1956 untill his retirement in 1988. He ruled for 32 years and died in 1989.
This is a publication from The Museum Of Arts in Hungary. It contains many pictures of Hungarian political propaganda posters owned by the museum from many artists. The posters range from the 1910’s until the 70’s.
This book was published in 1973. The cover is worn but the inlays are in perfect condition and all present.
The text says: “The Many Political Posters From The Museum Of Arts.”