Collectors Model 1950 Concord Supersonicmost beautiful Plane ever designed - Aircraft (Non-Military)
Designed exclusively for the Imperial War Museums by British company Quail Ceramics, this set of salt and pepper pots add an authoritative air to any table. Churchill’s association with bulldogs was thanks to his ‘bulldog spirit’ which helped unite the nation, leading Britain to victory in the Second World War.
The Spitfire, is arguably one of the most iconic aircraft in aviation history, and is instantly recognisable by its distinctive elliptical wing design. Much loved by its pilots, the Spitfire saw service during the whole of the Second World War, although it will be most remembered for its part in the Battle of Britain.
This amazing model is hand made by moulding aluminium strips over a wooden frame. The model had functioning ailerons and tail rudder with a detailed cockpit in green. The wheels retract, the cockpit hood opens and the propellor turns.
On D-Day 6 June the Allied Armies landed in Normandy. After the invasion, Churchill toured the beachhead with General Montgomery. This figure is taken from a photograph of Churchill as he stood on the Normandy beaches.