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Corgi AA27204 Avro Vulcan B.2 XM575, RAF No.101 Sqn, Waddington Wing, 1975 Corgi AA27204 Avro Vulcan B.2 XM575, RAF No.101 Sqn, Waddington Wing, 1975
£180.00
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One of the most distinctive military aircraft ever to take to the skies, the mighty Avro Vulcan provided Britain with a high-profile nuclear deterrent during the period known as the 'Cold War', as the second of Britain's famous V-Bombers to enter RAF service. Continuing a proud heritage of Avro bomber types which began with the twin engined Manchester, the Vulcan was a highly advanced tail-less de…
Corgi AA27302 Hawker Fury, 43 Squadron RAF, Munich Crisis, 1938 Corgi AA27302 Hawker Fury, 43 Squadron RAF, Munich Crisis, 1938
£40.00
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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
£45.00
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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 AA27403 Gloster Meteor F.1, EE216/YQ-E, T.D. ‘Dixie’ Dean, RAF No.616 Squadron and Fieseler F- 103 V-1 ‘Doodlebug’ 4th August 1944 Corgi AA27403 Gloster Meteor F.1, EE216/YQ-E, T.D. ‘Dixie’ Dean, RAF No.616 Squadron and Fieseler F- 103 V-1 ‘Doodlebug’ 4th August 1944
£65.00
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Detailed Crew Figure(s) Optional Undercarriage Down Scale 1:72 Limited Edition Yes Limited Edition Size 1,500 Wingspan 180mm Age Suitability 14+
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
£50.00
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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 AA27701 P-51D Mustang™, Lt. Julian H Bertram, 362nd Fighter Squadron, 44-14798 G4-V Butch Baby’ Corgi AA27701 P-51D Mustang™, Lt. Julian H Bertram, 362nd Fighter Squadron, 44-14798 G4-V Butch Baby’
£37.50
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A Detailed Limited Edition Die-Cast Scale Model For The Adult Collector. Suitable for Children 14 years + Established at Hamilton Field, California in December 1942, the 362nd Fighter Squadron was predominately made up of pilots and ground personnel recently out of USAAF training schools. Just a few months later in October 1943, the Squadron was ready for overseas deployment to Europe. The Squadro…
Corgi AA28001 Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4, W.Nr.5057, ‘Yellow 1’, Oberleutnant Josef ‘Pips’ Priller, 6./JG51, Mardyck, France, October 1940 Corgi AA28001 Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4, W.Nr.5057, ‘Yellow 1’, Oberleutnant Josef ‘Pips’ Priller, 6./JG51, Mardyck, France, October 1940
£42.50
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The Messerschmitt Bf 109 series of fighter aircraft have to be regarded as some of the most famous aircraft ever to take to the skies. This diminutive and highly capable fighter was in constant production throughout the Second World War, as the basic Messerschmitt airframe proved to be highly adaptable and capable of significant modification. Making its combat debut during the Spanish Civil War, t…
Corgi AA28401 English Electric Lightning F.6 XR728/JS , RAF Binbrook Corgi AA28401 English Electric Lightning F.6 XR728/JS , RAF Binbrook
£132.99
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Armament/Weapons Opening CanopyOptional Undercarriage Down Photo-etched Aerial(s) Scale 1:48 Limited Edition Yes Limited Edition Size 1,800 Age Suitability 14+ English Electric/BAC Lightning F.6 XR728/JS, RAF Binbrook Station Commander’s aircraft, liveried as Lightning Training Flight. Now preserved by the Lightning Preservation Group, Bruntingthorpe Airfield Leicestershire. If the Supermarine Spi…
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.
£65.00
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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.
£45.00
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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 AA32518 Junkers Ju87B-2, J9+BL, Luftwaffe 9./StG.1, St. Pol, France, November 1940 Corgi AA32518 Junkers Ju87B-2, J9+BL, Luftwaffe 9./StG.1, St. Pol, France, November 1940
£45.00
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Describing the Junkers Ju87 Stuka as one of the most famous aircraft of WWII would certainly be accurate, although it could be argued that the word infamous would be more appropriate - the Stuka was without doubt, one of the most terrifying weapons from the early years of the Second World War. Taking a huge toll on Allied shipping, armoured vehicles and general military and civilian infrastructure…
Corgi AA32626 Avro Lancaster B.1 PA474, operated by The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, the only airworthy Lancaster in Europe Corgi AA32626 Avro Lancaster B.1 PA474, operated by The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, the only airworthy Lancaster in Europe
£140.00
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As arguably the best loved historic aircraft in Britain today, Avro Lancaster B.I PA474 is one of only two airworthy Lancasters in the world and the only one flying in Europe. Operated by the Coningsby based Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, the aircraft serves as a flying memorial to almost 64,000 men of RAF Bomber Command who were either killed or injured during the Second World War and is a hi…
Corgi AA33318 Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress 44-6009 ‘Flak Eater’, 364th BS/305th BG USAAF 8th Air Force, August 1944. Corgi AA33318 Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress 44-6009 ‘Flak Eater’, 364th BS/305th BG USAAF 8th Air Force, August 1944.
£120.00
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From the perspective of a Luftwaffe fighter pilot, the sight of hundreds of American Flying Fortresses in formation and heading towards them must have been magnificent and terrifying in equal measure. As the Allies pressed home their increasing aerial supremacy throughout 1944, not only would the Luftwaffe have to contend with a wall of defensive fire from the tightly packed bomber formations, the…
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
£154.99
£140.00
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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
£72.00
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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
£72.00
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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 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
£110.00
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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 AA34018 B-24® Liberator® ‘Male Call’ 453rd BG, US Eighth Air Force, 1944 - Jimmy Stewart Corgi AA34018 B-24® Liberator® ‘Male Call’ 453rd BG, US Eighth Air Force, 1944 - Jimmy Stewart
£131.99
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Often unfairly overshadowed by both the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and later B-29 Superfortress, the distinctive Consolidated B-24 Liberator was the third of America’s heavy bombers used during WWII and has the distinction of being the most heavily produced four-engined bomber in aviation history. Serving in every theatre of operation during the Second World War, the Liberator formed the backbone…
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
£72.00
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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 AA35314 North American B-25J Mitchell Bettys Dream, 499th BS, 345th BG, Le Shima, Okinawa, 1945 Corgi AA35314 North American B-25J Mitchell Bettys Dream, 499th BS, 345th BG, Le Shima, Okinawa, 1945
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£95.00
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Constructed as a late model B-25J Mitchell, 44-30934 was assigned to the 499th Bombardment Squadron ('Bats Outta Hell') at Clark Field, Philippines, one of the squadrons which made up the 345th Bombardment Group, the famed 'Air Apaches'. Flying dangerous, yet devastatingly effective low altitude bombing and strafing missions against Japanese targets across the Pacific, the unit earned a fearsome r…
Corgi AA35416 BAC SEPECAT Jaguar GR.1 XX109, M55 Motorway Trials, Lancashire, 1975 Corgi AA35416 BAC SEPECAT Jaguar GR.1 XX109, M55 Motorway Trials, Lancashire, 1975
£55.00
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The aviation product of a 1960s Anglo-French collaboration, the SEPECAT Jaguar was a highly effective tactical strike/attack, close air support and reconnaissance aircraft, which went on to see service with the Royal Air Force for an impressive 33 years. Featuring a high set wing and long undercarriage, the Jaguar was capable of being operated from grass airfields and roughly prepared landing stri…
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.
£45.00
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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 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
£62.95
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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…
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