The models in this section are of exceptional quality, being beautifully turned out, fully built and durable on the desk top or on open display. Each model usually has its own desk stand printed with details of the model.
It's a superb model, measuring 15 - 16" (approx 39cm) in length, has the larger engine nacelles of the S2 but does include the small wing vents present on the S1.
Length 15¼", 387mm, Wingspan 17¼" 438mm, Height 3" 76mm.
Fully loaded wooden display model of the outstanding, rocket and cannon armed Typhoon fighter/ground attack aircraft.
Length 14 ¼in (360mm), Wingspan 18 ¾in (475mm).
Hand crafted from Mahogany this large display model of the Bristol Beaufighter displays the RAF 'night fighter' black paint scheme. Model is supplied with separate propellers and display stand.A very special price for this end of line model. When they are gone they are gone!
Developed during the 1930's from the Bristol Beaufort and Blenheim types the Beaufighter was a heavily armed fighter with long range for bomber escort and night fighting duty. Powered by two of the new Hercules engines, the two seat aircraft carried armament intended to inflict severe damage on its adversaries. Using the wing, tail, landing gear, systems and jigs of the Beaufort production could be achieved quickly and the first Beaufighter was flown after just six months in July 1939. Initially just exceeding 300 mph, speed quickly became less important than the radar for night fighters intercepting and engaging slow flying German bombers. After the battle of Britain the versatile Beaufighter was armed with torpedoes, rockets and other weapons for use in an attack role. In total 5,564 were built in England plus 364 in Australia, the last fighter and torpedo versions serving with Coastal Command, the Far East Air Force and the RAAF until 1960.
The latest limited edition crafted for us by Bravo Delta - the famous Hawker Demon as flown in 1937 by 64 Squadron - is just gorgeous - if that's a suitable description for an aircraft model. Solid mahogany with a deep, rich hand painted finish, nice detailing and a period feel. Just look at the photograph!
Complete with display stand and brass name plaque the model is made from hand crafted mahogany and has a wingspan of 395mm and a length of 320mm.
Length 14in 355mm, Wingspan 10in 255mm, Height 4"
A really good desk top model in hand painted solid mahogony of the Sea Hawk that was quite a remarkable aircraft, being Hawker's first jet. With unswept wings, it remained in service long after swept wing fighters had become almost universal. Few models have been made of the Sea Hawk and ours depicts the livery worn at the time of the Suez crisis. This aircraft, WV801, of No. 804 Squadron, Fleet Air Arm, was flown by Lt. P. McKeown, RN, aboard HMS Eagle, Mediterranean, 1956. Exclusively produced for Antics and only 25 made. Fly Navy! A good sized model, measuring 17" long x 15.5" x 2.5" (10" high on the display stand that is included! (432mm x 394mm x 70mm in metric)
Antics Special Commission - unrepeatable at this price!
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Readybuilt display model robustly manufactured from mahogany and finished in RAF grey green wrap round camouflage with red/blue roundels. This model was produced in co-operation with the Vulcan to the Sky trust and has improved detailing, including the unique underwing curvatureï (such a feature of the Vulcan), correct engine nozzle alignment, exhaust detail, correct actuator and aerial configuration - as flown today. A superb model that the knowledgeable will appreciate.
Able to deliver nuclear weapons, the Vulcan was a major part of the UK's defence deterrent during the cold war period. Part of the purchase price for each model is donated to the Vulcan to the Sky Trust to help with the maintenance and service of Vulcan XH558. This number is a registered trademark of the Trust. A trust brochure is enclosed with each model giving membership details.
Length 16in (406mm), Wingspan 17in (432mm), Height 4" (100mm).
Able to deliver nuclear weapons, the Vulcan was a major part of the UK's deterrent during the cold war period. Part of the purchase price for each model is donated to the Vulcan to the Skies Trust to help with the maintenance and service of XH558, which number is a registered trademark of the Trust. A trust brochure is enclosed with each model enabling membership
Length 16in 406mm, Wingspan 17in 432mm
This new style of Concorde's livery is called the
`Chatham'. The older style classic `Landor' livery with Silver Crest,
traditional union flag on the tail and red line on the fuselage, is also
available.reg G-BOAC.Length 24in (622.5mm), Wingspan 9in (248mm).
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