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.
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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 115.00 euro
Jet with jet turbine blade Handmade from aluminum aircraft, mounted on bakelite base. Very likely made in the Soviet Union during the cold war era. Beautiful vintage desk or shelf ornament.Beautiful sleek design. Jet fighter reflected in the highly polished jet engine turbine blade.
Price: 225.00 euro
Size Plane: 40.5x15cm./15.9×5.9inch.
Sukhoi 15 handcrafted and polished on beautiful pedestal. NATO reporting name Flagon. First flight 1962. Airplane is made of high-gloss polished aluminum and has a plastic base with ebonite legs and an aluminum plate that resembles a runway. Airplane is made of high quality aluminum and has an ebonite nose and 2 ebonite missiles.Pedestal has an inscription that says:“For dad on his birthday from Vova and Natasha, 5.03.71″.
Price: 126.00 euro
Soviet Tank with Fighter Jet. 2 icons from the Soviet Union era.The T-34, the backbone of the army from the WWII and the Mig-15, the shock of every American pilot during the Korea war.“MiG Alley” was the name given by United Nations pilots to the northwestern part of North Korea, where the Yalu River flows into the Yellow Sea during the Korean War.The T-34 was a medium duty tank deployed by the Red Army during World War II.During the war, it was the most produced tank in the world. It is an aluminum MIG-15 aircraft that is mounted with a steel bracket on a red marble base with a bronze/brass T-34 tank. It is a beautiful combination that you rarely see, air force combined with army. Dome of the tank can rotate 360 degrees and can be removed from the tank.
Price: 160.00 euro
Model of the Soviet Yakovlev Yak-9 fighter plane. From a private collection. Handmade in the cold war era (1960-1990). Lamps in tail, wing ends and front. On the are inset pieces of colored plastic.Propeller is made of brass with acrylate leaves.Pedestal is made of hardwood. The Yakovlev Yak-9 was a single-engine single-seat multipurpose fighter aircraft used by the Soviet Union in World War II and after. The Yak-9 arrived to Soviet fighter aviation regiments at the Stalingrad Front in December 1942 and played a major role in taking air superiority over Luftwaffe aces during the grand Battle of Kursk in summer 1943.
The maneuverable, high-speed at low/medium altitudes and easy to control Yak-9 was one of the best and the most mass-produced Soviet fighter of World War II.
The Yak-9 remained in production from 1942 to 1948, with 16,769 built (14,579 during the war). Following World War II, the Yak-9 was used also by the North Korean Air Force during the Korean War.
Pin in good condition. This pin is about the Antonov AN22. A heavy militairy cargoplane wich they started building in 1965. There were 68 planes made. So this pin could well be from 1965.
This plane was build for large and heavy cargo and is still in service.