The Pullman Gallery always has the best flying machine models.
Aeronautica Macchi MC-70 display model. A good scratch-built display model of the legendary Macchi MC-70 sea plane, as competed by the Haliein Air Force in the Schneider Trophy races of the late 1920s.
Circa 1930s. A rare early Meccano model (fully assembled) of Baron von Richthofen's (the Red Baron) 1917 Fokker DR3 ‘Triplane’ complete with all correct markings and pilot sitting in the cockpit.
“If we all worked on the assumption that what is accepted as true is really true, there would be little hope of advance.”
– orville wright
A magnificent and unique 1:5 scale sculptural model of a Supermarine ‘Spitfire’ Mark I of 1940 vintage, the hand-crafted aluminium panels formed over a space frame, incorporating cockpit and canopy detail, rudders, squadron markings and landing gear.
A magnificent and entirely unique 7.5:1 scale sculptural model of the single–seat Hawker Hurricane fighter plane, (Mark 1A) of 1937 vintage, the hand-crafted aluminium panels formed over a space frame, incorporating cockpit with pilot and canopy detail, rudders, squadron markings ‘SOK’, a solid completely hand-carved aluminium propeller and landing gear.
United States of America. Circa 1938. An exceptional and very stylish 1938 boardroom model of the legendary flying-boat with all aluminium detailing, windows and propellers, the tripod mounted on a polished solid mahogany globe, with swept plinth underneath. American, circa 1938.
+ Source: Pullman Gallery – London :: Flying Machines Deluxe Dive