|Ta 152H-1 1/72 Die Cast Model|
Ofw. Josef Keil, Stab./JG 301, Alteno, April, 1945
Designed for high-altitude interception of American B-17s (and B-29s rumored to be on the way), the Luftwaffe's Ta 152 was one of the fastest, highest-flying piston-engine fighters of World War II. No. 28 in the Oxford Diecast series of 1/72 scale, die cast warplanes, this model - the first of its type - of a Ta 152 flown by Ofw. Josef Keil of Stab./JG 301 in April, 1945, features engraved panel lines, a detailed cockpit with a glazed canopy, authentic markings, and more. 8" wingspan; arrives ready to display on the included stand.
|Colonial-Era Pennsylvania Currency Note |
From 1690 until the late 1780s, before federal regulation of a national U.S. currency, the 13 colonies printed their own notes to pay for military expenses. Now, you can have your own authentic, state-backed, circulated-condition note from Colonial-era Pennsylvania. Denominations will vary, but all available notes are extremely scarce and limited, so don't wait!
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