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Corgi 1/72 Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4, W.Nr.5057, Oberleutnant Josef Pips Priller, 6./JG51 AA28001

Corgi 1/72 Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4, W.Nr.5057, Oberleutnant Josef Pips Priller, 6./JG51 AA28001
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, the Bf 109 was one of the first truly modern fighter aircraft, making its first flight before either the Supermarine Spitfire or the Hawker Hurricane - it could be argued that modern monoplane fighter design began with the Messerschmitt Bf 109.

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Corgi 1/72 Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero AI-I54 s/n.5289, Takashi Hirano, IJN Aircraft Carrier Akagi, Pearl Harbor AA33108

Corgi 1/72 Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero AI-I54 s/n.5289, Takashi Hirano, IJN Aircraft Carrier Akagi, Pearl Harbor AA33108
At the beginning of the Second World War, the Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighter was considered to be the most capable carrier-based fighter in the world and was the envy of every naval air arm.  Possessing exceptional levels of manoeuvrability and capable of operating over long distances, the light and speedy Zero proved to be the ideal fighter aircraft to support Japanese naval actions in the Pacific region.  During early combat operations, Zero pilots were to enjoy spectacular successes, posting an almost unbelievable kill ratio of 12:1, as their aircraft proved to be the ultimate dogfighter, but this dominance was to be short lived.

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Corgi 1/72 Curtiss P-40B Warhawk, 160/15P, 2nd Lt. G. Welch 47th PS 15th PG USAAF Pearl Harbor - NEW TOOL AA28101

Corgi 1/72 Curtiss P-40B Warhawk, 160/15P, 2nd Lt. G. Welch 47th PS 15th PG USAAF Pearl Harbor - NEW TOOL AA28101
The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk is not generally regarded as one of the most accomplished fighters of the Second World War, but it is difficult to think of a more important aircraft for both Britain and America in the months following the end of the Battle of Britain.  At a time when both Britain and France were desperate for as many modern monoplane fighters they could lay their hands on, the Curtiss P-40 was arguably the best aircraft the Americans had available and they allowed the French (this order was ultimately transferred to Britain) and British to order the fighter in large numbers.  The P-40 was quick and easy to manufacture and allowed nations already in combat with Axis forces to obtain large numbers of new, modern fighters, enabling them to continue fighting on many fronts and buying them much needed time until the incredible industrial might of America could be brought to bear.

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Corgi 1/72 Hawker Hurricane MkI, V7434 DZ-R, flown by Pilot Officer Irving Smith , No.151 Squadron, Digby, October 1940 AA27601

No.151 Squadron received its first Hurricanes in December 1938. After serving defensive patrols in the opening chapters of World War Two the Squadron went on to cover the evacuation fleet at Dunkirk and flew missions over Northern France during May and June 1940. Pilot Officer Irving ?Black? Smith from New Zealand joined the Squadron in July 1940 and quickly became involved in the Battle of Britain during which he scored six kills. Smith went on to play a leading role in Operation Jericho, the RAF?s historic raid on the German prison at Amiens in February 1944, during which he piloted a de Havilland Mosquito IV. This model is a brand new Corgi tooling developed using CAD for a high degree of accuracy and detail.
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Corgi 1/72 Hawker Hurricane MkI, P3120, 303 Polish Squadron, Flying Officer Z K Henneberg, Northolt, September 1940 AA27602

Corgi Avaition Archive brings you AA27602 a diecast model of a Hawker Hurricane Mk1 World War 2 fighter flown by Flying Officer Z K Henneberg of the 303 Polish squadron based at RAF Northolt during the Battle of Britain in September 1940.
 Although the Spitfire is celebrated as Britain?s saviour during the Battle of Britain, it was the trusty Hawker Hurricane that inflicted most of the damage on the Luftwaffe. Indeed, the Hurricane destroyed more enemy aircraft than all of Britain?s other defences combined.  In the hands of a capable pilot, the trusty Hurricane was a lethal adversary. 

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Corgi 1/72 P51-D Mustang, Lt. Julian H Bertram, 362nd Fighter Squadron, 44-14798 G4-V 'Butch Baby' AA27701

The lastet Corgi Mustang is AA27701, a P51-D Mustang Butch Baby flown by Lt. Julian Dertram of the 362nd fighter Squadron .
 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 Squadron was equipped with various models of the P-51 Mustang and was committed to combat on 11th February 1944. Assigned to VIII Fighter Command, their mission was to fly as escorts for heavy bombers during combat missions over France. Although P-51Ds were manufactured in bare aluminium many fighter groups chose to paint theirs in the field, with 44-14798 being finished in RAF dark green. ?Butch Baby? was the personal mount of Lt. Julian H Bertram and would finish the War unscathed only to be scrapped in June 1945 following a landing accident at its base at Leiston, UK.
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Corgi 1/72 North American Mustang F51-D, 'Was that too fast?', 18th Fighter Bomber Group USAF, South Korea 1951 AA27702

North American Mustang F51-D, 'Was that too fast?', 18th Fighter Bomber Group USAF, South Korea 1951
t the start of the Korean War, significant numbers of Mustang fighters were available to the USAF, although most were now serving with Air National Guard units.  Now designated F-51D, the Mustang was no longer the premier fighter aircraft it was in WWII, due to the advent of jet technology, but it was still a highly capable long-range strike aircraft.  As a close air support aircraft, the Korean War Mustang dropped more napalm and fired more rockets than any other aircraft involved in the conflict, as it served with four air forces in support of United Nations.  It was also involved in some of the first spiralling dogfights with the new Soviet MiG-15 jet fighter. Highly susceptible to the latest anti-aircraft defences, many close air support Mustangs were lost during the Korean conflict.

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Corgi 1/72 North American Mustang Mk.IV, Werner Christie, No.150 Wing, RAF Hunsdon, 1945 AA27703

North American Mustang Mk.IV, Werner Christie, No.150 Wing, RAF Hunsdon, 1945
As its history was very much connected to British requirements, it is no surprise that the Mustang was used extensively by the Royal Air Force during WWII, from the early Allison powered Mustang I, to the Dallas produced, Packard Merlin powered IVa. The final victory for a WWII RAF Mustang belonged to Norwegian ace Werner Christie, who was flying his personal machine KH790. Following the conclusion of a successful bomber escort mission over Germany, Christie led his Mustangs in search of Luftwaffe fighters.  Flying above Finow airfield, he noticed a flight of Fw 190s and immediately dived to attack.  His first burst of fire caught the wing of an unsuspecting Focke Wulf, blowing half of the wing off and sending the fighter spiralling into the ground.  This would be Christie?s eleventh and final victory of the war.

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Corgi 1/72 Hawker Hurricane Mk1, V7357/SD-F, J.H. 'Ginger' Lacey, RAF No.501 Sqn, Gravesend 1940 AA27603

Corgi 1/72 Hawker Hurricane Mk1, V7357/SD-F, J.H. 'Ginger' Lacey, RAF No.501 Sqn, Gravesend 1940 AA27603
Hawker Hurricane Mk1, V7357/SD-F, J.H. 'Ginger' Lacey, RAF No.501 Sqn, Gravesend 1940
The exploits of the glorious ?Few? during the Battle of Britain are the stuff of legend and standing right at the head of this illustrious group of men was James ?Ginger? Lacey, Hurricane pilot and proud son of Yorkshire.  Flying throughout the Battle of Britain, Lacey was credited with eighteen aerial victories, making him the second highest scoring British fighter ace of the Battle ? every one of these victories were gained whilst flying the trusty Hawker Hurricane. This latest Hurricane release is an essential addition to any Battle of Britain collection.
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Corgi 1/72 Hawker Hurricane MKI, V7795, Plt Off William 'Cherry' Vale, RAF 80 Sqn, Maleme, Crete, 1941 AA27604

Hawker Hurricane MKI, V7795, Plt Off William 'Cherry' Vale, RAF 80 Sqn, Maleme, Crete, 1941
As strong German forces moved to secure their southern flank and rectify a failed Italian attempt to invade Greece, Allied forces found themselves in a steady retreat towards Crete.  Extensive air operations saw large numbers of RAF aircraft engaged in fighting with both German and Italian air force units and despite initial successes, the came under increasing pressure.

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Corgi 1/72 Sheep in Wolfs Clothing Hawker Typhoon 1a German Captive Eagle AA36507

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Aviation Archive Flight Recorder Special Corgi AA36507 Captive Eagle III Sheep in Wolf's Clothing Hawker Typhoon 1a T9 + GK 2./ Versuchsverband OKL Konigsberg / Neumark July 1944 



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Corgi 1/72 Messerschmitt Bf109G-2, Oberleutnant Gunther Rall, Staffelkapitan 8./JG 52, Gostanovka, August 1942 AA27106

Corgi 1/72 Messerschmitt Bf109G-2, Oberleutnant Gunther Rall, Staffelkapitan 8./JG 52, Gostanovka, August 1942 AA27106
Messerschmitt Bf109G-2, Oberleutnant Gunther Rall, Staffelkapitan 8./JG 52, Gostanovka, August 1942
Flying the Bf 109 throughout his service career, Luftwaffe fighter ace, Gunther Rall, ended the war with 272 aerial victories, making him the third most successful fighter ace of all time.  Serving through the battles of France and Britain, it was not until his involvement in Operation Barbarossa that his victory tally began to increase in spectacular fashion. After the war, Rall offered his services to the RAF in evaluating the Messerschmitt Me 262 jet fighter, where he became firm friends with RAF ace Robert Stanford Tuck. He was also the star of many WWII documentaries on the subject of Luftwaffe operations and air combat in general.
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Corgi 1/72 Hawker Fury K5674 Historic Flight Collection 2013 AA27301

The only known surviving Hawker Fury in the world, K5674, is a superb tribute to what is often called the most beautiful biplane ever. With its polished metal engine cowlings the Fury almost reflects the art deco design movement popular in the 1930s. The Fury was as deadly as it was beautiful and was one of the most potent fighters of its day. Capable of over 200mph and very manoeuvrable, the Fury saw service right up to the first few years of the Second World War. This particular machine was sent to South Africa after its RAF service ended in 1940 and was found there by the Historic Aircraft Collection. Painstakingly restored, the Fury once again graced the skies of Great Britain on 30th July 2012.
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Corgi 1/72 Hawker Fury, 43 Squadron RAF, Munich Crisis, 1938 AA27302

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 upon the small and nimble Hawker biplanes? advantage but it still had an important place within the RAF. At the time of the Munich Crisis in 1938, when Europe once again looked set to descend into war, they received a coat of camouflage paint along with many other RAF types. This contrasted sharply with their previous all over silver colours but while war was averted for a short period, the storm clouds had gathered and would not depart.
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Corgi 1/72 Captured Eagles Goerings Gladiator Captured Gloster Gladiator Mk1 Luftwaffe 1942/43 AA36208

A detailed model of the Gloster Gladiator, the last of the RAF biplane fighter aircraft, examples still being is service in the first years of WW2 particularly away from the main northern Europe theatre where the new Hurricane and Spitfire fighters were urgently required.

This model is painted in Luftwaffe colours, representing a aircraft captured by German forces.
Captured aircraft were often made airworthy for evaluation purposes and were sometimes used in supporting roles, as transport or communications aircraft. The rules of warfare require that the new owners of captured equipment paint the aircraft with their markings. While the Finns flew Gladiators alongside the Luftwaffe the application of German markings makes this an interesting model for any collection.

Model features fine wire wing bracing and rotating propellor. Supplied with a display stand.
Note, the model is painted in a pale green colour which appears grey in some of the photographs.
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Corgi 1/72 Gloster Gladiator MkII G-GLAD The Fighter Collection Duxford 2013 AA36210

Built in 1939 by Gloster Aircraft at their Huddlecoate factory, Gladiator N5903 is now one of just two examples of the type still airworthy. Restored by the Fighter Collection over a period of more than ten years this Gladiator is an excellent example of the late 1930s biplane. On entering service it flew with 141 Fighter Squadron at Turnhouse in Scotland before being replaced by Boulton Paul Defiants in April 1940. The Gladiator survived the war, being used for various training and hack duties, before being purchased back by Gloster in 1948. Used as an instructional airframe it was given to the Shuttleworth Collection in 1960 along with the other flying Gladiator L8032. After this it was loaned to the Fleet Air Arm Museum before being purchased for restoration by The Fighter Collection in 1994.
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Corgi 1/72 Lockheed P-38J Lightning, 44-23590, 'Scrapiron IV', Cpt L E Blumer, 393rd FS/367th FG, France, 1944 AA36613

Corgi AA36613 Lockheed P-38J Lightning, 44-23590, 'Scrapiron IV', Cpt L E Blumer, 393rd FS/367th FG, France, 1944
The 367th Fighter Group arrived in England in April 1944, and having trained on single engine fighters, they were expecting to find Mustangs waiting for them at RAF Stoney Cross ? the twin engine P-38 Lightning proved to be something of a surprise.  Following a period of re-training, the 367th were sent into battle and immediately began to make their mark.  Laurence ?Scrappy? Blumer and his P-38 Lightning ?Scrapiron IV? earned the title ?the fastest ace in a day? and the award of a Distinguished Service Cross, for combat actions he was involved in, on 25th August 1944.  Joining an already savage dogfight, Blumer shot down two FW190 fighters on his first pass and a further three within the next fifteen minutes, before the enemy fighters ran for cover. During this engagement, the Luftwaffe lost 25 aircraft destroyed, one probably destroyed and a further 17 suffering damage ? by any standards, a mauling by pilots of the Fork-tailed devil.    

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Corgi 1/72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IIa P7308 71 Eagle Sqn RAF North Weald 1941 AA39205

Corgi AA39205 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IIa, P7308, 71 'Eagle' Sqn, RAF North Weald 1941

 William R. Dunn was the first American ace of the Second World War. First flying Hurricanes with 71 Squadron, he shot down his first enemy machines in July 1941, before becoming an ace flying Spitfires with the same unit in August.  It was while flying this machine that Dunn was forced to land at Hawkinge, in Kent, after sustaining injuries to his leg in combat over occupied France. 
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Corgi 1/72 Spitfire MkI, LO-Q, L1004 Squadron Leader A Johnstone, 602 Squadron, DFC Tangmere, August 1940 AA39210

Corgis latest spitfire is AA39210 a Mk1 Spitfire flown by Sqn Ldr a johnstone during the Battle of Britain during August 1940.
The now legendary Supermarine Spitfire needs no introduction. It is quite simply one of the most iconic aircraft in the world. L1004 was flown by Squadron Leader Alexander ?Sandy? Johnstone, CO of No. 602 Squadron. During the early parts of the War, the Squadron performed defensive duties in Scotland, however, in August 1940 the Squadron moved south to join the Battle of Britain in the skies over Southern England. They went on to have a truly remarkable record during the battle ? scoring the second highest toll of enemy aircraft! Their performance is aptly summed up in a message from HQ11 Group.
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Corgi 1/72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk1, R6800/LZ-N , Rupert 'Lucky' Leigh, No.66 Sqn, Gravesend 1940 AA39211

Supermarine Spitfire Mk1, R6800/LZ-N , Rupert 'Lucky' Leigh, No.66 Sqn, Gravesend 1940
For young British pilots in the late 1940s, the most exciting and enigmatic aircraft that they could possibly hope to fly was the new Supermarine Spitfire.  The absolute pinnacle of aviation technology at that time, the Spitfire was a thoroughbred in every sense of the word and simply a beautiful aeroplane to look at.  Just a few short months after the Spitfire entered RAF service, it would be called upon to fight for the very survival of Britain and the free world, as swarms of Luftwaffe aircraft launched massed attacks against RAF airfields and strategic targets across southern England.  The handsome Spitfire would have to bare its teeth and take on the feared Messerschmitt Bf 109!
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Corgi 1/72 Hawker Demon, K2905, 41 Sqn, C Flight, RAF Northolt, Autumn 1934 AA39602

The Hawker Demon represented the fighter variant of Hawker?s very successful and popular Hart family. When introduced, the Hart was so fast that contemporary RAF fighters could not intercept it so it was requested that Hawker produced a fighter version ? the Demon.

While some were equipped with turrets for the rear facing armament, the majority had a single gun on a flexible rear mount, with forward armament of two .303 machine guns fitted, one either side of the nose.
Over 200 were produced for the RAF, serving until just after the outbreak of the Second World War.

Formed in 1916, 41 Squadron is today one of the oldest serving RAF squadrons. As well as being based at Northolt, the squadron used its Demons on air policing duties in the Middle East.


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Corgi 1/72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vb BL595, Bram Van Der Stok, Great Escape Collection AA31934a

In the Spring of 1943 Squadron Leader Robert Bushell conceived a plan for a major escape with his fellow captives from the Stalag Luft III prisoner of war camp in the German province of Lower Silesia, now known as Zagan in Poland. The camp was originally an officers only camp and held captured enemy airmen of the RAF and other allied airforces. The location of the camp was specifically selected as it was believed that it would be impossible to escape from by the means of tunnelling, Bushell thought otherwise. After almost a year of planning and the digging of several tunnels, on the night of the 24th March 1944 the escape took place. In all 76 men crawled through the tunnel and breached the outer fence of the camp, this amazing story inspired several writers and film makers. In 1963, the movie, The Great Escape was released starring a host of famous actors including Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson and Richard Attenborough. 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the movie launch and the 70th anniversary of when the master escape plan was formed and the digging of the tunnels began.
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Corgi 1/72 Messerschmitt Me262A-1a, 'Red 7', Plt.Ofz. Franz Gapp, 8./KG6, Podersam, Saaz, May 1945 AA35710

Messerschmitt Me262A-1a, 'Red 7', Plt.Ofz. Franz Gapp, 8./KG6, Podersam, Saaz, May 1945
Direct interference from senior military commanders severely restricted the effectiveness of the Messerschmitt Me 262 jet, as they procrastinated about whether it should be used as a fighter, or a bomber.  Luftwaffe pilot Franz Gapp perfectly illustrated this problem - a highly decorated bomber pilot, who flew more than 400 missions, mainly in the Ju-88 fighter-bomber, Gapp transferred to an Me 262 attack unit, where it was hoped the speed of the new jet would see significant strategic bombing successes.

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Corgi 1/72 Supermarine Spitfire PRU XIX PS852, 81 Squadron RAF Tengah, 1951, 'High Altitude of 51,500ft'. AA38706

While on detachment to RAF Tengah in Singapore, this Spitfire flew some of the last and most dangerous photo reconnaissance missions of any Spitfire. Operating from Singapore it flew missions over occupied China, ranging over the nearby Hainan Island, running the gauntlet of Chinese air defences.
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Corgi 1/72 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I N3194 sqn Ldr Roger Bushell AA39208

Corgi Collectors Club AA39208 a 1/72nd diecast model of a RAF Supermarine Spitfire Mk1 flown by Sqn Ldr Roger Bushell
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Corgi 1/72 Hawker Hurricane MK1, P3576 J. B. Nicholson VC, 249 Squadron, August 1940 1:72 AA27605

Corgi 1/72 Hawker Hurricane MK1, P3576 J. B. Nicholson VC, 249 Squadron, August 1940 1:72 AA27605
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Corgi 1/72 North American Mustang P-51D Captain Ray Wetmore 'Daddy's Girl', 370 FS, March 1945 AA27704

Corgi 1/72 North American Mustang P-51D Captain Ray Wetmore 'Daddy's Girl', 370 FS, March 1945 AA27704

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Corgi 1/72 Messerschmitt Bf109E-4 , F?hnrich Hans-Joachim Marseille, ?White 14? 1940 AA28003

Corgi 1/72 Messerschmitt Bf109E-4 , F?hnrich Hans-Joachim Marseille, ?White 14? 1940 AA28003

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Corgi 1/72 Curtiss Tomahawk IIA AK402 P/O Neville Duke 122 Squadron AA28103

Corgi 1/72 Curtiss Tomahawk IIA AK402  P/O Neville Duke 122 Squadron AA28103

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Corgi 1/72 Messerschmitt Me262B-1A ?Mosquito Hunter?, Red 10, Kurt Welter 10./ NJG 11 1945 AA35709

Corgi 1/72 Messerschmitt Me262B-1A ?Mosquito Hunter?, Red 10, Kurt Welter 10./ NJG  11 1945 AA35709
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