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AIRCRAFT OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY (c.1942) – A collection of photographs of U.S.Army Aircraft

Undated, but refers to the U.S. Joining in WW2 after Pearl Harbour, and the aircraft illustrated are all early war models, so I’m guessing the publication date was around 1942.


64 pages, all intact and secure, cover clean. One of the attached photos shows the index of the aircraft covered.


Excellent example of a 70+ year old period publication.


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Antonov An-12 “CUB” – COLD WAR NATO/GERMAN Recognition Model – 1:120 scale - RARE

The Antonov An-12 is a four-engined turboprop transport aircraft designed in the Soviet Union. It is the military version of the Antonov An-10 . The first prototype made its maiden flight on 16 December 1959. Over 900 had been built (both military and civilian versions) when Soviet production finally ended in 1973.

This Recognition Model dates from around the late 60's / early 70's. Solid construction, using a wood/resin composite material which will not warp or twist, and making the models very durable. They were manufactured in Germany, primarily for the use of the German armed forces, but were also available to thet NATO members.

At a scale of 1:120, the length of this model is around 12 inches (30cms) Condition is excellent, and underneath has its original stores information reading : “ CUB 6910-12-306-3027 1:120 BUND"

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