|BV P.210 1/72 Display Model |
To amass the most advanced air force in the world during World War II, Adolf Hitler tasked his brightest engineers with developing cutting-edge aircraft - most of which never made it past the drawing board. One such proposed design, the Blohm & Voss P.210, was a lightweight, tailless jet fighter outfitted with swept wings and drooping tips.
Part of the new Luft-X line of experimental German aircraft, this newly tooled, limited edition, 1/72 scale, resin display model of a P.210 fighter is unlike anything else on the market today! It features finely textured surfaces, a glazed canopy, a realistic jet engine, a camouflage paint scheme with markings, a collectible card, and more. 6¼" wingspan; includes a display stand.
Note: Shipping January 2014; reserve yours today! (Your credit card will not be charged until the item ships.)
|2003 First Flight U.S. Silver Dollar |
In 2003, in honor of the 100th anniversary of Orville and Wilbur Wright's historic flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, the United States Mint produced a series of gold, silver, and clad commemorative coins. Displaying the profiles of the brothers on the obverse and, on the reverse, an image of their Wright Flyer making its first flight, this silver dollar is composed of 90% silver and 10% copper. 1½" diameter; uncirculated condition.
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