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Airborne Jeep
£4.00
Anti Aircraft Gun
£7.00
Graves & Tomb
£6.50
with Breda AA Gun
£9.50
Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£10.00
Italian tank
£7.00
LRDG Jeep
£4.00
Bazooka Jeep
£4.00
Multiple Rocket Launcher
£4.00
7.5 cm Panzerabwehrkanone 97/38
£4.00
American Launcher
£3.50
European Town Building
£23.00
Jeep 15
Model comes in several parts, body, wheels, axles & weapons.

Another version of an airborne jeep.
Airborne Jeep
£4.00
Bofors 40mm QF
Model comes in several parts; base - 5, gun - 4.

The Bofors 40mm was one of the most popular anti aircraft guns ever produced. It was in use for decades from 1934 with armies across the world. Most of the western allies used it as well as it being captured and used by the German army. It was used by the British Army, navy and Air Force.
Anti Aircraft Gun
£7.00
Cemetary
Model comes in one part.

This is a single-storey building with a pitched roof and chimney. Although designated as a works office, it could easily be used as a small cottage.
It comes on its own base of paving slabs which form two sides of the building.

The  1/56 scale model measures approximately 160mm long, 172mm wide and 29mm tall.
Graves & Tomb
£6.50
Chevrolet 30cwt Breda
Model comes in 10 plus parts - body, wheels, ramps, fuel cans steering wheel, weapons.

The Chevrolet 30cwt was used by the British Long Range Desert Group in north Africa. It also saw action in Italy and the Balkans.

It was armed with various weapons. This version comes with a Breda anti aircraft gun.
with Breda AA Gun
£9.50
CMP F-60 Truck
Model comes in 9 parts; body, Bed, Cover, Wheels & Axles.

The F-60 was a Canadian designed and produced truck made to British standards for use in the forces of the Commonwealth. As such they saw service with Canada & Britain as well as Australia and New Zealand. Some were also sent top the Soviet Union.

Over 500,000 CMP trucks were produced, some 410,000 of which were in Canada.

The F-60 was just one of a number of styles of CMP truck.
Canadian Military Pattern Truck
£10.00
Fiat Ansaldo M11/39
Model comes in 6 parts; Body, Turret, Gun, Tracks.

The M11/39 was an Italian medium tank which saw service from 1939 until 1944. It was officially called the Carro Armato (armoured vehicle) M11/39, the ‘M’ meaning medium and 11 being the weight in tonnes.

It had a crew of 3; commander/radio operator, loader/gunner and driver.

It was armed with a 37mm Vickers L/40 gun and 2 Breda 38 machine guns.

The vehicle saw service in Libya, North Africa, East Africa and Italy.
Italian tank
£7.00
Flammpanzer II
Model comes in 5 parts; Hull, Turret, Tracks.

The Panzer II Flamm, Flammpazer II or Flamingo, was a German flamethrower tank designed in 1939.

It was fitted with two flamethrowers on either side at the front of the tank.  143 Flammpanzer IIs were built from January to march 1940, 43 of which were directly converted from Panzer IIs.

They saw action in Russia until late 1941 after which they were withdrawn and converted to Marder IIs.
£7.00
Jeep 16
Model comes in several parts, body, wheels, axles & weapons.

Another version of an LRDG jeep.
LRDG Jeep
£4.00
Jeep 17
Model comes in several parts, body, wheels, axles & weapons.

Another version of a the ubiquitous jeep.
Bazooka Jeep
£4.00
Land Mattress
Model comes as five parts: launcher, base, trailer arm & wheels.

The Land mattress was the British Ar,my's answer to the German Nebelwerfer or Russian Katyusha, a multiple rocket firing weapon.

It saw action from 1944 in the British and Canadian forces.

It could fire 30 3 inch (76mm) 60lb rockets up to 7, 230 metres.
Multiple Rocket Launcher
£4.00
Ordnance QF 25-Pounder Field Gun
Model comes in parts; Gun - 5, Base - 2, Limber - 4.

This version is in resin.

The 25-pounder was the main artillery piece of the British Army from the 1940s up until the 1960s and saw service with many other nations into the 1980s.

It had a 3.45 inch barrel firing a shell which weighed 25lbs. 
British Artillery
£7.50
Ordnance QF 25-Pounder Field Gun (plastic)
Model comes in parts; Gun - 5, Base - 2, Limber - 4.

The 25-pounder was the main artillery piece of the British Army from the 1940s up until the 1960s and saw service with many other nations into the 1980s.

It had a 3.45 inch barrel firing a shell which weighed 25lbs. 
British Artillery
£6.00
Pak 97-38
Model comes as one part.

The Pak 97/38 was a 7.4cm German anti tank gun. It was made by putting the barrel form a French Canon de 75 modèle 1897 on the carriage of a 5cm Pak 38.

It saw service between 1942 and 1945. Over 3.600 were produced.
7.5 cm Panzerabwehrkanone 97/38
£4.00
T66 Rocket Launcher
Model comes as several parts.

The T66 was an unguided  launcher which fired the M16 110mm rockets. It had 24 barrels.

The T66 entered service in 1945 and also saw action in Korea.
American Launcher
£3.50
Village Two Storey Shop
Model comes in seven parts; ground floor, top floor, roof (5 parts)

This is a two storey shop which has room for a 3D printed shop sign. our are available, please state which one you want in the order text box at checkout.
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Robertson's
Ristorante
De Ferdinand
Boulangerie

The roof and top floor are removable so you can place minis on both floors. Althogh technically designed as a shop, this building will easily pass for another house.

The  1/56 scale model measures approximately 135mm long, 109mm wide and 170mm tall.
European Town Building
£23.00
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