74003 Scale 1 : 720Price: € 24.00
This ship, along with two other classes of “Deutschland”, was called a “pocket battleship”, and
46504 Scale 1:700
Tirpitz was the sister ship of the famous German battleship Bismarck and named after Grand Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz. It was laid down at the Kriegsmarinewerft Wilhelmshaven in November 1936. The works were completed by February 1941, and after a series of wartime modifications, the vessel become heavier than Bismarck. Thus, Tirpitz became the heaviest battleship built by a European navy.
46503 Scale 1:700Price: € 39.90
U.S.S. Essex was laid down on the 28th of April 1941 by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. It was commissioned only 19 months later on 31st December 1942, due to accelerated construction efforts after the attacks on Pearl Harbor.
46502 Scale 1:700Price: € 39.90
Atago is one of four Takao-class heavy cruisers, built between 1927 and 1932, for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN). Like her sister ships, Atago was named after a mountain: Mount Atago - located just outside of Kyoto.
46501 Scale 1:700Price: € 39.90
Based on the Bayern class of battleships from WWI, the Bismarck was the pinnacle of German heavy ship development- and probably the best known German ship of World War II
447APPrice: € 19.00
Each set contains 6 bottles of Italeri Acrylic Paints (20ml each)