The 1:144 Collection

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Handley Page Halifax Mk II
A 138 Squadron aircraft used by the SOE to drop spies into France.
Handley Page Hampden Mk I
The aircraft of Flt. Lt. R A B Learoyd VC of 49 squadron.
Handley Page Hampden Mk I         SIGNED
Flown by Sgt J Flint who was awarded the George Medal.
Airspeed Horsa Mk I
One of the gliders that landed at Pegasus Bridge on D-Day.
Hawker Hurricane Mk I           LIMITED EDITION OF 25
The Hurricane of fighter commands only Victoria Cross holder.
Messerschmitt Bf109E-4           LIMITED EDITION OF 25
The Battle of Britain fighter of Helmut Wick.
Avro Manchester B Mk I
Flown by F/O Manser VC on the Cologne raid of May 1942.
Avro Lancaster B Mk I special
In daylight colours of 617 squadron with the Grand Slam bomb.
Avro Lancaster B Mk III special
The aircraft of 617 squadron which breached the Mohne Dam.
Avro Lancaster B Mk X
Flown by the Canadian 419 squadron.
Junkers Ju87B-2           LIMITED EDITION OF 25
A Stuka dive bomber from the Battle of Britain.
Supermarine Spitfire Mk IA           LIMITED EDITION OF 25
The Battle of Britain Spitfire of Flt Lt J Dundas.
Vickers Wellington Mk IC
The aircraft of 'Jimmy' ward recipient of the Victoria Cross.
Vickers Wellington DWI
Fitted with an electromagnetic ring to deonate mines.
 


The following aircraft for this collection are no longer available
from us and may only be obtained on the secondary market.

'Airborne Assault'
A Stirling and Horsa from operation Market Garden.
'Sink The Tirpitz'
Lancasters of 9 and 617 Squadrons signed by aircrew.
Avro Anson Mk I
Flown by 500 Squadron this arcraft shot down Bf 109's.
Fairey Battle Mk I
An aircraft which formed part of the BEF in France.
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
A trio of Hurricane, Lancaster and Spitfire.
Bristol Beaufighter Mk IF
The nightfighter flown by John Cunningham of 604 Squadron.
Bristol Beaufighter TF Mk X
The rocket carrying anti shipping variant of 236 Squadron.
Bristol Beaufighter TF Mk X
The limited edition of this classic aircraft.
Bristol Beaufort Mk I
Flown by Campbell who was awarded the Victoria Cross.
Bristol Blenheim Mk I
The aircraft of Scarf who was awarded the Victoria Cross.
Bristol Blenheim Mk IV
The aircraft of 114 Squadron which sighted the Lutzow.
Bristol Blenheim Mk IV
Flown by the Free French in North Africa.
Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress
'Vonnie Gal' of the 527th BS.
Messerschmitt Bf 109E-3
A Battle of Britain aircraft from JG 26 'Schlageter'
Douglas Boston Mk V
Flown in Italy this aircraft was called Jacqueline Anne.
English Electric Canberra Prototype
The first of this successful bomber
English Electric Canberra Prototype
The limited editiion of this successful bomber
Eurofighter Typhoon
The latest combat aircraft to enter RAF service.
Bristol F2B
Flown in the First World War the F2B was known as the Brisfit.
Focke Wulf Fw 189A-1
A Luftwaffe reconaisance aircraft flown on the Russian front.
Focke Wulf Fw 189A-1
A limited edition of the aircraft flown on the Russian front.
Focke Wulf Fw 190A-4
A colourful version of this classic fighter.
Handley Page Hallifax B Mk III
The aircraft of Cyril Barton VC who flew with 578 Squadron.
North American Harvard Mk IIB
An American trainer used by the RAF.
Hawker Hunter WB188
The prototype of the famous jet which broke the air speed record.
Hawker Hunter WB188
The aircraft in which Neville Duke broke the air speed record.
Hawker Hunter F6
Featured in the Blue Diamonds aerbatic scheme of 92 squadron.
Hawker Hunter F6A
As flown by 26 Squadron.
Hawker Hurricane Prototype
The prototype of this Battle of Britain classic.
Hawker Hurricane Mk I
The aircraft of Squadron leader Douglas Bader.
Hawker Hurricane Mk IID
With 40mm cannon 6 Squadron are known as the 'can-openers'.
Junkers Ju 87B-2
From the Battle of Britain the infamous divebomber.
Junkers Ju 87R-2
The tropical version with a bold snake design on the fuselage.
Avro Lancaster B Mk III
The aircraft of Bill Reid VC which he flew with 61 Squadron.
Avro Lancaster B Mk III
The limited edition aircraft of Bill Reid VC.
Avro Lancaster B Mk III Special
The aircraft of James Tait from operation Paravane.
Avro Lancaster B Mk III Special
The limited edition of an aircraft from the Tirpitz raids.
English Electric Lightning F1
This cold war interceptor in the display colours of 56 Squadron.
English Electric Lightning F1
In the colours of 74 (Tiger) Squadron for air display purposes.
English Electric Lightning F6
The last lightning lost in service flown with 11 Squadron.
Lockheed P-38J Lightning
The instantly recognisable twin engined fighter.
Lockheed P-38J Lightning
In D-Day markings with drop tanks.
Westland Lysander Mk IIIA (SD)
Flown with 161 Squadron into France.
Westland Lysander Mk IIIA (SD)
Limited edition of Hugh Veritys aircraft.
Messerschmitt Me 262A-1a
The jet aircraft of Walter Nowotny.
Gloster Meteor Mk 3
Britains first jet fighter with 616 Squadron.
de Havilland Mosquito prototype
The first example of this elegant aircraft which survives today.
de Havilland Mosquito prototype
The first example of this elegant aircraft which survives today.
de Havilland Mosquito B Mk IV
Fitted with 'Oboe' and used as a pathfinder with 109 Suadron.
de Havilland Mosquito B Mk IV
Used by BOAC for clandestine operations.
de Havilland Mosquito FB Mk VI
Flown by Tom Mc Phee on the Amiens jail break raid.
de Havilland Mosquito B Mk VI
Fitted with rockets and used against shipping.
de Havilland Mosquito PR Mk XVI
Able to carry the 4000 lb 'Cookie' bomb to Berlin twice a day.
de Havilland Mosquito B Mk XVI
Used by the USAAF for photoreconaisance after D-Day.
de Havilland Mosquito NF Mk XII
Fitted with radar and used as a nightfighter by John Cunningham.
de Havilland Mosquito NF Mk XII
The limited edition of John Cunninghams aircraft
North American Mustang III
The RAF version of the P-51B with 19 Squadron.
North American Mustang IV
The RAF version of the beautiful P-51D.
North American P-51B
Fitted with the Malcom hood and in USAAF colours.
North American P-51D
The all American classic.
North American P-51K
'Nooky Booky IV' the P-51D just made in a different factory.
North American F-82G 'Twin Mustang'
Perhaps the most unusual variant of this classic fighter.
R.A.N. Sea Fury FB II
A Sea Fury as flown by the Royal Australian Navy.
Supermarine Seafire Fr 47
One of the last marks of seafire.
Hawker Sea Fury FB II
The carrier based variant of the Tempest V.
Supermarine Spitfire prototype
The first example of this trully legendary aircraft.
Supermarine Spitfire Mk I
The classic Battle of Britain Spitfire, flown by Al Deere.
Supermarine Spitfire Mk VC
In the desert scheme of 152 squadron carrying 250lb bombs.
Supermarine Spitfire Mk VC
As flown by the Free French in North Africa.
Short Stirling Mk III
Flown by Sgt Aaron who was awarded the Victoria Cross.
Hawker Tempest Mk V
A powerful late war fighter used to shoot down V1's late in WWII.
The Tradition is Safe
A peice to commemorate the founding of the Royal Air Force.
Hawker Typhoon Mk Ib
An early 'Cab Door' version of this ground attack aircraft.
Avro Vulcan B1
The famous V-Bomber in anti flash white.
Avro Vulcan B2
In camoflage as it served with 617 squadron.
Avro Vulcan B2
The most famous Vulcan XH 558.
Vickers Wellington Mk III
Known as the Wimpy this aircraft carried the 4,000lb cookie bomb.
Westland Whirlwind Mk I
The elegant twin engined fighter from early 1941.
Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mk V
From the first SAS raid Operation Colossus.