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Corgi AA27302 Hawker Fury, 43 Squadron RAF, Munich Crisis, 1938 Corgi AA27302 Hawker Fury, 43 Squadron RAF, Munich Crisis, 1938
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A Detailed Limited Edition Die-Cast Scale Model For The Adult Collector. Suitable for Children 14 years + Scale: 1:72 Wingspan: 157mm Aviation Archive Special Features: Fine Rigging Detail Entering service with both the RAF and 43 squadron in May 1931, the Hawker Fury represented a great leap forward in the quality of fighters available to the RAF. By 1938 newer designs had started to encroach upo…
Corgi AA27304 Hawker Fury Mk.I, K2065, RAF No.1 Squadron, ‘C’ Flight Leaders Aircraft - 100 Years of the RAF Corgi AA27304 Hawker Fury Mk.I, K2065, RAF No.1 Squadron, ‘C’ Flight Leaders Aircraft - 100 Years of the RAF
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Hawker Fury Mk.I K2065, RAF No.1 Squadron, ‘C’ Flight Leaders Aircraft, Tangmere Aerodrome, circa 1932 Representing something of a golden era for British aviation, the 1930s saw a rapid expansion of the Royal Air Force and the service introduction of several aircraft types that could claim to be the ultimate biplane fighter. At the head of this group, the beautiful Hawker Fury came at the end of a…
Corgi AA27604 Hawker Hurricane Mk.I, V7795 Plt. Off W Vale, RAF No.80 Squadron, Maleme Corgi AA27604 Hawker Hurricane Mk.I, V7795 Plt. Off W Vale, RAF No.80 Squadron, Maleme
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A Detailed Limited Edition Die-Cast Scale Model For The Adult Collector. Suitable for Children 14 years + Detailed Crew Figure(s) Optional Undercarriage Down Rotatable Propellers Scale 1:72 Limited Edition Size 1,400 Wingspan 172mm
Corgi AA28601 Bristol Beaufighter TF.X, RAF No.144 Squadron, Banff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, October 1944. Corgi AA28601 Bristol Beaufighter TF.X, RAF No.144 Squadron, Banff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, October 1944.
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As one of the most capable twin engined aircraft of WWII, the Bristol Beaufighter was originally developed as a heavy fighter variant of the company’s Beaufort bomber, already in service with the Royal Air Force. The first examples were pressed into service as nightfighters and whilst the aircraft proved to be a significant improvement over existing types, there was more to come from the mighty be…
Corgi AA28701 Fokker E.II, flown by Kurt von Crailsheim, FFA 53, Monthois, France, October 1915. Corgi AA28701 Fokker E.II, flown by Kurt von Crailsheim, FFA 53, Monthois, France, October 1915.
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Few aeroplanes have had such a dramatic impact on the history of aerial warfare as the Fokker Eindecker series of monoplanes, aircraft which are regarded as the first true fighter aircraft in the history of aviation. It was not that these single-wing aircraft were such advanced aeronautical designs, as many of the world’s successful early aircraft were monoplanes (such as the Bleriot XI which cros…
Corgi AA28702 Fokker E.III, Manfred von Richthofen, Kasta 8, June 1916 Corgi AA28702 Fokker E.III, Manfred von Richthofen, Kasta 8, June 1916
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For a man who stands as arguably the most famous fighter ace of all time, Manfred von Richthofen would begin WW1 as a cavalry reconnaissance officer, however, the advent of trench warfare soon had him searching for a more appropriate challenge. Attracted by the thrill of flying, he applied to join the Imperial German Army Air Service, initially as an aerial observer, but only because the training…
Corgi AA28801 Bristol F2B Fighter D-8063, RAF No.139 Squadron, Villaverla, Italy, Sept 1918 Corgi AA28801 Bristol F2B Fighter D-8063, RAF No.139 Squadron, Villaverla, Italy, Sept 1918
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A Detailed Limited Edition Die-Cast Scale Model For The Adult Collector. Suitable for Children 14 years + The outbreak of the Great War placed a moral burden on the shoulders of a young Edward, Prince of Wales, heir to the British throne. Desperate to do his duty and be seen alongside the thousands of troops heading for France, he was forbidden from joining his Grenadier Guards regiment at the fro…
Corgi AA33319 Boeing B-17G 42-31322 Mi Amigo, 364th BS, 305th BG, Chelveston, 22nd February 1944 Corgi AA33319 Boeing B-17G 42-31322 Mi Amigo, 364th BS, 305th BG, Chelveston, 22nd February 1944
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At the beginning of a year which would mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, a tragic wartime event which occurred at a public park in Sheffield on 22nd February 1944, would receive significant national media coverage and commemorate the sacrifice of the men of the US Eighth Air Force. The crew of B-17G Flying Fortress 'Mi Amigo' had just taken part in a bombing raid against the Luftwaf…
Corgi AA33619 Panavia Tornado GR.4 ZG752, Retirement Scheme, RAF Marham, March 2019 Corgi AA33619 Panavia Tornado GR.4 ZG752, Retirement Scheme, RAF Marham, March 2019
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In the year which followed commemorations to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force, one of the most important aircraft since the end of the Second World War was finally withdrawn from service, after providing the backbone of Britain’s aerial strike capability for almost 40 years. Indeed, as if to underline the effectiveness of this magnificent aircraft, eight aircraft which had been on oversea…
Corgi AA33621 Panavia Tornado GR.4 ZD716, RAF No.31 Squadron Goldstars Retirement Scheme, RAF Marham, March 2019 Corgi AA33621 Panavia Tornado GR.4 ZD716, RAF No.31 Squadron Goldstars Retirement Scheme, RAF Marham, March 2019
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Having the distinction of being one of final two RAF squadron's to operate the Panavia Tornado, No.31 squadron were determined not to allow their long association with this exceptional aircraft go unheralded. During November 2018, Tornado GR.4 ZD716 emerged from the paint shop at RAF Marham wearing a distinctive new disbandment scheme, which marked 35 years of Tornado operations for the squadron a…
Corgi AA33622 Panavia Tornado GR.1 ZA591/FN, RAF No.16 Squadron, 75th Anniversary Scheme Corgi AA33622 Panavia Tornado GR.1 ZA591/FN, RAF No.16 Squadron, 75th Anniversary Scheme
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The aircraft itself went on to attract a couple of unofficial titles following its repaint, both of which where christened by RAF personnel. To most, she was simply referred to as ‘The Black Pig’, but following the participation of RAF Tornados in the Gulf War, where the black painted American F-117 Stealth Fighter played such a prominent role, she was also colloquially referred to as the ‘Stealth…
Corgi AA33717 Heinkel He111 H-2 1H+JA, Stab./KG26, 28th October 1939, The Humbie Heinkel Corgi AA33717 Heinkel He111 H-2 1H+JA, Stab./KG26, 28th October 1939, The Humbie Heinkel
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As the four man crew of KG26 Heinkel 1H+JA boarded their aircraft at Westerland airfield on the Island of Sylt on the morning of 20th October 1939, they knew that a long and dangerous sortie lay ahead of them. Their task was to perform a long range armed reconnaissance flight over the Glasgow area and on to photograph gun emplacements and naval vessels in the Firth of Forth, a heavily defended are…
Corgi AA34215 Boeing Chinook HC.4 ZA712, RAF No.18 (B) Squadron, 100 Years Corgi AA34215 Boeing Chinook HC.4 ZA712, RAF No.18 (B) Squadron, 100 Years
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The unrivalled versatility and load carrying capabilities of the Boeing Chinook helicopter has ensured that this mighty twin rotor heavy lift machine is now one of the most famous aircraft to see post war Royal Air Force service. Equally at home on the battlefields of the Middle East as it is dropping ballast sacks to prevent a dam burst a little closer to home, the Chinook has now been in RAF ser…
Corgi AA36015 BAe Hawk T1 XX245, The Red Arrows, 2018 display season, RAF 100. Corgi AA36015 BAe Hawk T1 XX245, The Red Arrows, 2018 display season, RAF 100.
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As the Royal Air Force prepared to mark their centenary year in some style, there was no doubt that the world famous Red Arrows would have a significant role to play throughout 2018. Coming at the end of an intensive period of winter training, where approximately 150 practice sorties would need to be flown before the team’s display authorisation could be granted, every Airshow event and ceremonial…
Corgi AA36016 BAE Hawk XX154 ETPS Corgi AA36016 BAE Hawk XX154 ETPS
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A Detailed Limited Edition Die-Cast Scale Model For The Adult Collector. Suitable for Children 14 years + British Aerospace Hawk T.1 XX154, Pre-production aircraft, Empire Test Pilots School, Boscombe Down, Wiltshire, August 2019 – Aircraft now with the Boscombe Down Aviation Collection at Old Sarum Without doubt one of the most historic British jet aircraft of the post war era, British Aerospace…
Corgi AA36212 Gloster Gladiator Mk.II N2308 HP-B, RAF No.247 Squadron, Battle of Britain Corgi AA36212 Gloster Gladiator Mk.II N2308 HP-B, RAF No.247 Squadron, Battle of Britain
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A truly innovative aeroplane, the Gloster Gladiator is often described as the pinnacle of biplane fighter design and was the pride of the Royal Air Force when the first examples were delivered to No.72 Squadron at Tangmere in February 1937. Unfortunately, aviation history dictated that the undoubted qualities possessed by the Gladiator were largely forgotten, particularly as both the Hawker Hurric…
Corgi AA36410 Eurofighter Typhoon FGR.4 ZJ924, RAF No. IX (B) Squadron, Lossiemouth, Scotland, May 2019 Corgi AA36410 Eurofighter Typhoon FGR.4 ZJ924, RAF No. IX (B) Squadron, Lossiemouth, Scotland, May 2019
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As Britain's aviation enthusiasts finally came to terms with the fact that the Panavia Tornado GR4 had been withdrawn from RAF service during March 2019, many will have been pleased to note that one of the final Tornado squadrons was to immediately re-equip with the Eurofighter Typhoon. As one of the two final RAF Tornado squadrons, No.IX(B) Squadron is one of the oldest units in the Royal Air For…
Corgi AA36513 Hawker Typhoon Sharkmouth Corgi AA36513 Hawker Typhoon Sharkmouth
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A Detailed Limited Edition Die-Cast Scale Model For The Adult Collector. Suitable for Children 14 years + Hawker Typhoon IB MP197 / MR-U, ‘Sharkmouth’ No.245 Squadron, 2nd Tactical Air Force, Germany and RAF Warmwell, Dorset, England, June-August 1945 Despite the fact that the deep chin radiator of the Hawker Typhoon fighter was particularly suited to the application of some aggressive looking nos…
Corgi AA36615 Lockheed P-38G Lightning 43-2264 Miss Virginia, 339th FS, 347th FG, Operation Vengeance, 1943 Corgi AA36615 Lockheed P-38G Lightning 43-2264 Miss Virginia, 339th FS, 347th FG, Operation Vengeance, 1943
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A Detailed Limited Edition Die-Cast Scale Model For The Adult Collector. Suitable for Children 14 years + Having been forced to endure the horrors of the surprise Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor, the American people found themselves dragged into a war they had tried so hard to avoid, now determined to avenge this day of infamy. Their long fightback began with victory at the Battle of Midway in Jun…
Corgi AA37709 SE5a D3511, Major R. S Dallas, CO RAF No.40 Squadron, Bruay Aerodrome, France, May 1918, Top Australian air ace of WWI Corgi AA37709 SE5a D3511, Major R. S Dallas, CO RAF No.40 Squadron, Bruay Aerodrome, France, May 1918, Top Australian air ace of WWI
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Trading the rural tranquillity of Esk, Queensland for the savage airborne battles above the Western Front, Roderic Stanley Dallas worked in a mine in order to earn money to finance passage to England and dreams of becoming an airman. Accepted for training with the Royal Naval Air Service in 1915, Dallas excelled in both the classroom and in the air and on gaining his pilot's licence, he was posted…
Corgi AA37810 Albatros D.V 2111/17 M, Martin Mallmann, Jasta 19 Les Tangos, Western Front, Jan 1918, Shot down by The Grim Reapers Corgi AA37810 Albatros D.V 2111/17 M, Martin Mallmann, Jasta 19 Les Tangos, Western Front, Jan 1918, Shot down by The Grim Reapers
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The French and volunteer American pilots who patrolled the Reims sector of the Western Front during the Great War were only too familiar with the various German fighter squadrons which would enter their airspace, usually in support of the latest land offensive. Often referred to by the markings they carried, their aerial adversaries were simply known as 'The Reds, the Checkerboards or the Greens',…
Corgi AA37908 SPAD XIII S7000, Rene Fonck, Escadrille 103, Autumn 1918 Corgi AA37908 SPAD XIII S7000, Rene Fonck, Escadrille 103, Autumn 1918
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Although history has dictated that the aerial combat prowess of Manfred von Richthofen ensured he became one of the world’s most famous aviation personalities, the same cannot be said of the leading Allied ‘Ace of Aces’ from the Great War, who has remained largely anonymous to all but the most committed of enthusiasts. Rene Fonck originally shunned the opportunity to become a pilot, preferring ins…
Corgi AA38110 Sopwith Camel F.1. Wilfred May, 21st April 1918, Death of the Red Baron - Special Edition Corgi AA38110 Sopwith Camel F.1. Wilfred May, 21st April 1918, Death of the Red Baron - Special Edition
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As he climbed into the cockpit of his Sopwith Camel fighter at Bertangles aerodrome on 21st April 1918, Canadian Wilfred Reid 'Wop' May had no idea that this would be the most significant day in his life. Embarking on only his second mission over the Western Front, he had been instructed by his Flight Commander, the ace pilot Captain Roy Brown, to avoid combat if they encountered the enemy, simply…

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