Animal skulls & skeletons. Made in resin.
Debris. 200 g.
Rubble in the box city. 400 g.
Debris. 100 g.
AT Obstacles concrete hedgehog. 30 g.
AT Obstacles concrete hedgehog. 60 g.
Mile stones "Berlin". 36 pcs.
Carrier Deck Section. Figures and aircraft not included.
Tile edges. The flexible, self-adhesive sheets are three-dimensionally structured featuring super realistic surfaces. Thus, they are ideal for creating roofs, walls, floor covers or streets.
Assembly plastic kit of different German 20l jerry can and 200l fuel drum set.
Country house wardrobe. 2 units. Ceramic.
Tank barricade, ceramic. 4 pcs.
Soviet PAG-14 Airfield Plates.
Old drums rusty. Material: ceramic. 50 grams.
Grey/brick-red. Material: ceramic. 50 grams.
Wall sections bricks + bricks. Material: ceramic.
2000 pcs. bricks. Material: ceramic.
50 gr. debris. Material: ceramic.
Desert well and tents. Model kit.
Medieval life boat. Model kit.
Battlefield buildings. World War II. Model kit.
Walls and ruins. World War II. Model kit.
Model kit anti tank obstacles.
Four colums, two of them destroyed. Maximun height: 10 cm. For all scales. Resin made, unpainted.
This blockhouse has modern forms, although it was used at Omaha Beach at the "Easy Red" American debarkment at Saint Laurent sur Mer. It was finished in April 1944, only one moth before the debarkment. Its big wall on the left side protects
5 obstacles and 5 supports in white metaL.
Concrete block three feet.
This small work is meant to observe the ocean. The observation embrasure could also serve for automatic weapons. It is interesting to see that the concrete base is painted the same color than the wall, to mislead enemies. This models has three parts
Modeled in synthetic stone in two parts, it represents an anti tank wall with modeled debris. You can create a scene in which several defense weapons participate, engendering a destruction scene. This represents a standard anti tank wall of about 3
It looks like the previous model but without the shelter. The soldiers were garrisoned in H622 shelters (Ref# 7213). This small building for 200 mm FLAK can be found on the Channel and the Atlantic. The kit includes : a vat modeled in synthetic
This vat is located on the beach itself. The soldiers were only protected by the sand bags. Near this platform was a concrete garage. This work is modeled in one single piece in synthetic stone. You can also install a camouflage net on top of it
This small work is supported by rocks. It is modeled in one part for each part of the bridge. There is no assembling to do, only the join at the back of the river needs to be done. The debris on the road are part of the modeling. This work represents
German Aircraft weapons II.