The DC3 has earned the epithet “Workhorse of the Skies”. Thousands were produced from the end of WWII into the 1950s by the Douglas Aircraft works. Military, civilian, government, private, you name it. Utterly reliable. Even now it’s possible to find them flying from remote airports, landing on the tightest strips. Legendary and nostalgic. Aluminum, riveted propellers, noisy, but also safe and familiar.
M. 10.6 x 14.2 x 6.9''
M. 27 x 36 x 17.5cm,
"The Sailboat" A handmade work of art. Dream of the days spent with the breeze and sounds of water against the wooden hull. Wood and canvas in great detail.
KA030 Pocket Sextant, Bronze Charming pocket sextant as used by Victorian explorers and surveyors. Intricate and semi-functional, it has all the pieces needed to shoot the sun. A sextant defined...
AP108 On Top of the World It must have felt like private travel. The passenger list was handed out before take-off. A well-known banker in seat 3A. The Prime Minister...