Manfred von Richthofen - The Red Baron - Standard Edition

Produktnummer: FP014A
Hersteller: Facepool

Nicht mehr verfügbar

Diese Seite ist durch reCAPTCHA geschützt und es gelten die Datenschutzrichtlinie und Nutzungsbedingungen.
Unsere Zahlungsarten:
Produktinformationen "Manfred von Richthofen - The Red Baron - Standard Edition"
Manfred von Richthofen - The Red Baron - Standard Edition - in 1/6 scale

Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen (2 May 1892 – 21 April 1918), known in English as Baron von Richthofen or the Red Baron, was a fighter pilot with the German Air Force during World War I. He is considered the ace-of-aces of the war, being officially credited with 80 air combat victories. Originally a cavalryman, Richthofen transferred to the Air Service in 1915, becoming one of the first members of fighter squadron Jagdstaffel 2 in 1916. He quickly distinguished himself as a fighter pilot, and during 1917 became the leader of Jasta 11. Later he led the larger fighter wing Jagdgeschwader I, better known as "The Flying Circus" or "Richthofen's Circus" because of the bright colours of its aircraft, and perhaps also because of the way the unit was transferred from one area of Entente air activity to another – moving like a travelling circus, and frequently setting up in tents on improvised airfields. By 1918, Richthofen was regarded as a national hero in Germany, and respected by his enemies. Richthofen was shot down and killed near Vaux-sur-Somme on 21 April 1918. There has been considerable discussion and debate regarding aspects of his career, especially the circumstances of his death. He remains one of the most widely known fighter pilots of all time, and has been the subject of many books, films, and other media. Richthofen never married and had no known children.(C) Wikipedia
comes with list:
Head Sculpture
Articulated Body with interchangeable hands x6
Prussia Officer hat
Ulanka Tunic (Alexander III + captain insignia shoulder board)
Real Leather Jacket (Prussia Pilot + captain insignia shoulder board)
Breeches
Real Leather Boots + Gaiters
Fattening Suit
Scarf
Pour le Mérite Medal (1/6 scale)
1914 First Class Iron Cross Medal
Prussian Military Pilot Badge
Crane
Diorama Stand
Pour le Mérite Medal (1/1 scale)

0 von 0 Bewertungen

Bewerten Sie dieses Produkt!

Teilen Sie Ihre Erfahrungen mit anderen Kunden.


Weitere Produkte von Facepool ansehen

NEU
ANKÜNDIGUNG
NEU
VORBESTELLUNG
NEU
VORBESTELLUNG
LIEFERBAR
WENIGE EXEMPLARE
LIEFERBAR
LIEFERBAR
LIEFERBAR
WENIGE EXEMPLARE
LIEFERBAR
LIEFERBAR
WENIGE EXEMPLARE
LIEFERBAR
WENIGE EXEMPLARE
LIEFERBAR
LIEFERBAR
LIEFERBAR
LIEFERBAR
WENIGE EXEMPLARE

Kunden haben auch gesehen

NEU
VORBESTELLUNG
Otto Skorzeny
Otto Skorzeny - WW II Germany - in 1/6 scaleOtto Johann Anton Skorzeny (12 June 1908 – 5 July 1975) was an Austrian-born German SS-Obersturmbannführer (lieutenant colonel) in the Waffen-SS during World War II. During the war, he was involved in a number of operations, including the removal from power of Hungarian Regent Miklós Horthy and the Gran Sasso raid which rescued Benito Mussolini from captivity. Skorzeny led Operation Greif in which German soldiers infiltrated Allied lines wearing their opponents' uniforms. As a result, he was charged in 1947 at the Dachau Military Tribunal with breaching the 1907 Hague Convention, but was acquitted. Skorzeny escaped from an internment camp in 1948, hiding out on a Bavarian farm as well as in Salzburg and Paris before eventually settling in Francoist Spain. In 1953, he served as a military advisor to Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser. He was allegedly an advisor to Argentinian president Juan Perón. In 1963, Skorzeny was allegedly recruited by the Mossad and conducted operations for the agency. Skorzeny died of lung cancer on 5 July 1975 in Madrid at the age of 67.(C) WikipediaAttention: This is a Pre-Order Item. If you order this Item together with others (on Stock) Items, you will get your complete shipment after we got this Pre-Order Item on Stock. We do no partial shipping. - Only Full Payed Pre-Orders are accept definitely.ETA: late 01. Quarter 2024The product is for historic education purposes only and is not intended to glorify, nor exploit the horrors and atrocities of war.Text from DiD:Truely authentic headsculpt1:6 HG Body (Slim and Taller Version)The clothing, tailored to fit the elongated body, including M36, breeches, German officers visor cap, tropical sand field tunic, tropical trousers, tropical side cap etcMP40 submachine gun + magazine x2 + bullet x5P38 pistol with holster (genuine leather)Various exquisitely crafted metal medals80172 part list:Base:1 Headsculpt2 1:6 HG Body (Slim Taller Version)3 Left Palm x3 + Right Palm x3Outfits:4 German Officers Visor Cap5 German Luftwaffe Tropical Side Cap for Officer6 German Helmet with Inner Lliner7 M36 Uniform8 Breech9 White Shirt10 German Luftwaffe Tropical Sand Field Tunic11 German Luftwaffe Tropical Trousers12 German Luftwaffe Tropical Shirt13 Tie14 Black belt (genuine leather)15 Brown Belt (genuine leather)16 Grey Gloves17 Black Jackboots (genuine leather)18 Black short boots  (genuine leather)Accessories:19 MP40 magazine pouch x120 Map Case21 Binoculars22 Watch23 Cigarette x1Weapon:24 P38 pistol with holster (genuine leather)25 MP40 submachine gun + magazine x2 + Bullet x5Insignia:26 SS Sturmbannführer Shoulder Boards  x1 pair (with 4 golden rank stars)27 Hauptmann Shoulder Boards x1 pair28 Collar tab x3 (SS Obersturmbannführer collar tab x1,  SS Sturmbannführer collar tab x1, SS collar tab x1)29 Arm Patch x130 Breast Eagle x131 Iron Cross First Class 1939 x132 DRL Sport Badge in Sliver x133 Wound Badge in Silver x134 General Assault Badge in Silver x135 German Cross in Gold x136 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross x137 Ribbon Bar x138 Cuff Title x1
NEU
LIEFERBAR
Bf109 Cockpit (Grey Blue)
Bf109 Cockpit (Grey Blue) - in 1/6 scaleThe Messerschmitt Bf 109 is a German World War II fighter aircraft that was, along with the Focke-Wulf Fw 190, the backbone of the Luftwaffe's fighter force. The Bf 109 first saw operational service in 1937 during the Spanish Civil War and was still in service at the end of World War II in 1945. It was one of the most advanced fighters when it first appeared, with an all-metal monocoque construction, a closed canopy, and retractable landing gear. It was powered by a liquid-cooled, inverted-V12 aero engine. It was also called the Me109 by Allied aircrew and some German aces, even though this was not the official German designation.(C) WikipediaThe product is for historic education purposes only and is not intended to glorify, nor exploit the horrors and atrocities of war.Text from DiD:Grey-blue cockpit- w/ detailed interior and many moving partsBase (EVA)DecalsStickersNOTE: No Figures includedE60065B part list:1 Grey-blue cockpit2 Base (EVA)3 Decals4 Stickers