Aeronautical interior antiques

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a yellow and red airplane flying in the sky
BUCCANEER DROP TEST MODEL
A scale model of a Blackburn Buccaneer used for drop tests.⁠ ⁠
a model airplane sitting on top of a black stand
KLM DC-8 MODEL
A scale model of the KLM "The Flying Dutchman" Douglas DC-8 by Verkuyl of the Netherlands. Length: 92 cm. Width: 86 cm. Made by Matthys M Verkuyl - Badhoevedorp, Holland. As marked to the underside of tail. Matthijs Verkuyl worked at Badhoevedorp from 1945 to 1978.
a model airplane on a metal stand with a white back ground and light gray background
VICTOR V-BOMBER MODEL
A mid 1960's 1-30 scale model of a RAF Handley Page Victor V-Bomber. The Handley Page Victor is a British jet-powered strategic bomber, developed and produced by the Handley Page Aircraft Company, which served during the Cold War. It was the third and final of the V-bombers operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF), the other two V-bombers being the Avro Vulcan and the Vickers Valiant. The model represents Victor K.2 XL164, known as "Saucy Sal," which was built in 1963.
a pair of scissors on a white background with clippings to the blades and handle
FAIREY-REED PROPELLER
A wall mounted 1930's Fairey-Reed pattern fixed pitch airscrew propeller. Fairey-Reed propellers powered Britain's high speed aircraft of the late 1920's and early 1930's. They were used on the 1927, 1929, and 1931 Supermarine aircraft flown to win the Schneider Trophy. World speed records for straightaway and closed course for both land and seaplanes featured these propellers.
a model airplane sitting on top of a black stand
KLM DC-8 MODEL
A scale model of the KLM "The Flying Dutchman" Douglas DC-8 by Verkuyl of the Netherlands. Made by Matthys M Verkuyl - Badhoevedorp, Holland. As marked to the underside of tail.
a model airplane sitting on top of a black stand
KLM DC-8 MODEL
A scale model of the KLM "The Flying Dutchman" Douglas DC-8 by Verkuyl of the Netherlands.
the inside of an airplane's turbine is shown in this close up photo,
RB211 TURBINE
An early titanium Rolls Royce RB211 turbine. The turbine is the stage one fan from a Rolls Royce RB211 jet engine, which formerly powered a Boeing 747. The turbine is made from titanium and dates to the mid 1970s.
a chair made out of metal parts on top of a white surface with holes in it
ENGLISH ELECTRIC CANBERRA EJECTION SEAT
English Electric Canberra Jet Bomber Ejection Seat by Martin Baker, dated 1959. ⁠
a metal airplane sculpture sitting on top of a black stand next to a white wall
SUD-OUEST ESPADON WIND TUNNEL MODEL
Did you know that we are the leading supplier of highly sophisticated models of aeronautical and space development? Many pieces remain in their pure state such as wind tunnel and concept models and others are adapted to create practical interior furnishings. Featuring a 1/7 scale wind tunnel development model of a SNCASO Espadon SO-6025, French, circa 1947-48.
an antique wooden box with a white clock inside and two keys on each side,
AIRCRAFT CHRONOMETER
A Soviet air force two day aircraft chronometer, circa 1965. Model 134M by First Moscow watch factory, No. 722. In brass bound oak box, with sprung gimbol and mounting brackets to secure inside the aircraft. Arabic numbers and Cyrillic text.
a glass table with metal legs on a white background
HAWK WING DESK
A desk made from the riveted aluminium tail plane of a Hawker Siddeley Hawk jet. The top of the desk is cut with a hole to accommodate the wires for computers. The Hawker Siddeley Hawk is a British single-engine, advanced jet trainer aircraft. It was first flown at Dunsfold, Surrey, in 1974, the Hawk, and subsequently produced by its successor companies, British Aerospace and BAE Systems, respectively. It has been used in a training capacity and as a low-cost combat aircraft.
a metal model of two rockets on a black stand
a white model airplane on a stand with a silver base and two lights above it
MODEL OF A FLOAT PLANE
A designer's concept model of a twin engine propeller driven floatplane in a matt white painted finish on a chrome plated stand. Circa 1975. The model is of a civilian aircraft of "twin float" design, two main floats mounted outboard of the fuselage, with additional wingtip stabilizing floats. Wingspan: 71 cm - 28 inches.
a metal cup with a hole in it on a white surface
ENGINE WIND TUNNEL MODEL
A wind tunnel development model for an aircraft engine. The internal surface of the engine model has tiny inset pressure taps for diagnostic testing to determine the pressure distribution of the airflow. British Aerospace, Woodford wind tunnel.