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JENNY JN-7H CLASSIC BARNSTORMER, LARGE

Out-of-work aviators flying out-of-work airplanes after the Great War. An American phenomenon, these barnstormers as they called themselves, wandered from East to West, performing in pastures, big city air shows, in Hollywood dramas. Offering $1 rides in their Curtiss Jennys, they often teamed up to perform spectacular stunts, now legendary. Walking on wings, changing planes, acrobatic stunts in full flight. Our Classic Barnstormer is a true miniature of the large ones, down to its fabric stretched wings and tail section.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
34" x 49.5" x 10"
(86.5 cm x 125.5 cm x 25.5 cm)
$413.34
 


 
JENNY JN-7H CLASSIC BARNSTORMER, MEDIUM

Jenny...short for JN-6. Crop duster, mail carrier, bush touchdown, US Army. Feels like it might start up any moment, take off, loop and dive.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
20" x 31.5" x 7"
(51 cm x 80 cm x 18 cm)
$143.14
 


 
JENNY JN-7H FLOAT PLANE

Out-of-work aviators flying out-of-work airplanes after the Great War. An American phenomenon, these barnstormers as they called themselves, wandered from East to West, performing in pastures, big city air show, in Hollywood dramas. Offering $1 rides in their Curtiss Jennys, they often teamed up to perform spectacular stunts, now legendary. Walking on wings, changing planes, acrobatic stunts in full flight. Our Classic Barnstormer is a true miniature of the large ones, down to its fabric stretched wings and tail section.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
34" x 49.5" x 10"
(86.5 cm x 125.5 cm x 25.5 cm)
$413.34
 


 
BLUE BIRD JENNY, SMALL

A light wood frame covered with brightly colored fabric, as it was used on 1920s stunt planes. Planes were part of local and national shows, they pulled crowds, they were the talk of the day, and the daredevils flying them were daily news.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
10.25" x 15" x 3.75"
(26 cm x 38 cm x 9.5 cm)
$53.50
 


 
FLYING CIRCUS JENNY, SMALL

A light wood frame covered with brightly colored fabric, as it was used on 1920s stunt planes. Planes were part of local and national shows, they pulled crowds, they were the talk of the day, and the daredevils flying them were daily news.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
10.25" x 15" x 3.75"
(26 cm x 38 cm x 9.5 cm)
$53.50
 


 
FLYING CIRCUS JENNY, MEDIUM

Heralding the new Age of Flight. Barnstormers conquering the nation. A light wood frame covered with brightly colored fabric, as it was used on 1920s stunt planes.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
20" x 31.5" x 7"
(51 cm x 80 cm x 18 cm)
$143.13
 


 
FOKKER TRIPLANE, "RED BARON"

During the Great War air combat became the stuff legends were made of. The names and exploits of ace fighters were household names and newspapers printed the latest results of air duels between the German and Allied air forces. Rate of climb and general agility were essential in these aerial combats. After the Sopwith Tri-plane the Luftwaffe had Fokker design and build their own tri-plane, code named DR-1. Possibly the most famous fighting ace of the Great War was Baron Von Richthofen, who led Jagdeskader N° 1. He was nicknamed the Red Baron, after the color of the fighter planes he personally flew. The Red Baron was extremely pleased with the Fokker Tri-plane and he managed to increase his duel victories by several before being shot down himself. The Red Baron’s Tri-plane model is made of silk fabric stretched across a lightweight frame, same as the original. Accents are in aluminum, brass, leather, wood and resin.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
26" x 32" x 14"
(66 cm x 81.5 cm x 35.5 cm)
$413.34
 


 
FOKKER E-III MONOPLANE

The first modern fighter, the Fokker E-III introduced machine gun fire that was synchronized with the propeller. From 1915 to 1916, this little monoplane dominated the air and made German pilots like Max Immelmann and others into famous aces. Its maximum speed was 87 mph (145 kph), which shows that the state of the art has increased exponentially.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
17.75" x 24.5" x 6.25"
(45 cm x 62.5 cm x 16 cm)
$119.90
 


 
SOPWITH CAMEL, MEDIUM

The allied counterpart of the Fokker DR-1 and DVII, Sopwith Camels were responsible for shooting down around 1.300 planes during WWI. In the hands of experienced pilots they were good for close combat. The Sopwith Camel and the Sopwith Pup were famous and popular planes, their exploits and successes good for filling newspapers and magazines of the day. In the hands of experienced pilots, they could be quite effective dogfighters.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
19.75" x 29.5" x 9.5"
(50 cm x 75 cm x 24 cm)
$219.50
 


 
SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS

If not the most famous, then at least the most appealing? A young airmail pilot flew solo, crossing the Atlantic. A First! Flying blind! New York to Paris non-stop, 3,520 miles or 5,670 kilometers. His name: Charles Lindbergh. The year: 1927.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
12.25" x 19.5" x 3.5"
(31 cm x 49.5 cm x 9 cm)
$136.50
 


 
ZEPPELIN, 1937

Beautiful silver silk canvas stretched over a hand-assembled frame consisting of over 600 glued frame joints. Weathered/aged look. Moveable parts include propellers and wheels. Makes an incredibly detailed statement. A miniature giant representing a special era in the history of flight.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
44" x 9" x 8.75"
(112.5 cm x 23 cm x 22 cm)
$259.34
 


 
SCHNEIDER WOOD PLANE

Competing for speed. The 1932 Supermarine is our first solid wood plane made in three-tone birchwood showing off its signature clean lines. A classic design, built to compete in the famous Schneider speed races.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
23.5" x 27" x 9.75"
(60 cm x 69 cm x 25 cm)
$128.20
 


 
WWI LAMINATED PROPELLER

Propellers, being one of the sturdiest parts of early planes, often survived and ended up as wall décor for collectors and flight buffs. Old ones now being rare and highly collectable, we have recreated this laminated (for strength) classic WWI propeller to fill a growing need for nostalgic flight memorabilia.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
47.25" x 2.25" x 4"
(120 cm x 6 cm x 10.5 cm)
$78.40
 


 
WWI WOODEN PROPELLER

All the planes flying the skies during WWI and the 20s featured wood -propellers. Mounted on the shaft of huge six to twelve cylinder engines, the engine was started up by giving the propeller a solid swing. Early wood propellers are often the only artifacts saved from old aircraft, and antique ones are rare and costly. Our reproduction is hand crafted out of solid pinewood, exactly the same as the originals. It makes beautiful wall décor at a surprisingly affordable cost.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
73" x 6" x 3.5"
(186 cm x 15 cm x 9 cm)
$119.90
 


 
WWI LAMINATED PROPELLER WITH CLOCK

Imagine a ground crewman winding a propeller, and on the ‘contact’ sign from the pilot swinging the engine into sputtering life. The only instrument was an oil pressure meter. Pilots started to worry when oil didn’t fly around covering everything. ‘Fly by wire’ was the trick then; the plane was flown by guy-wires attached to the wings. This piece is just like the laminated propeller above, with the addition of a clock mounted to the center hub.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
47.25" x 2.25" x 4"
(120 cm x 6 cm x 10.5 cm)
$95.00
 


 
DESKTOP FOKKER TRIPLANE

Desktop dog-fighter, Snoopy’s® favorite mascot.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
15" x 18.5" x 7.5"
(38.5 cm x 47 cm x 19 cm)
$136.50
 


 
DESKTOP JENNY WITH 2 STANDS

Hippodromes renamed aerodromes. Circling checkered beacons, roaring biplanes stunned the nation. Comes with 2 stands: one checkered (pictured), and one black.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
12" x 19.25" x 4.5"
(30.5 cm x 49 cm x 11.5 cm)
$136.50
 


 
FLIGHT MOBILE, 1920s

Early biplanes used during WWI were more for reconnaissance than for real warfare. However, the pilots flying them developed their own game rules. Their daring exploits made some of the flying aces into true legends. The Red Baron and Eddie Rickenbacher are shining examples, still fascinating us today. Stainless steel wires and nylon line keep planes in constant graceful motion. Fun interior décor, kid's room, den, will survive the ages, out of reach...

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
26" x 23" x 12"
(66 cm x 58.5 cm x 30.5 cm)
$41.05
 


 
FLIGHT MOBILE, 1930s

Four historical planes circling in a slow holding pattern. The Spirit-of-St-Louis, the Winnie-Mae, a Fokker and a Spad, dating from 1915 to 1935; an important period for early flight. Admire the minute detail of these hand made miniature models flying around and around without any need for refueling. Stainless steel wires and nylon line keep planes in constant graceful motion. Fun interior décor, kid's room, den, will survive the ages, out of reach...

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
26" x 23" x 12"
(66 cm x 58.5 cm x 30.5 cm)
$41.05
 


 
Gee-Bee Squadron Mobile

Seemingly designed by Disney cartoon designers the Gee-Bees were winning 1932 national air races. With names like Wasp Jr. and Bumblebee they featured 550 HP engines and did not use wing flaps. At the time serious and popular they now look comical, and have become beloved icons from 1930s flight history.

Dimensions (L x W x H) PRICE
20.75" x 7" x 30.25"
(53 cm x 18 cm x 77 cm)
$42.50

 

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