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Junkers F.13  D1 Deutsche Luft Hansa  "Nachtigall" (1:87) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery
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Junkers F.13 D1 Deutsche Luft Hansa "Nachtigall" (1:87) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery Sale Price: $75.95
Retail: $93.95
Availability: Normally Stocked
Item #: HE019354 -

    Junkers F.13 � D1 Deutsche Luft Hansa "Nachtigall" (1:87)Item Number: HE019354The first F.13 is now released in the 1/87 scale in its historic configuration with an in-line engine, the distinctive triangular rudder and the original landing gear. Originally built by Junkers as the prototype in 1919, this aircraft was renamed "Nachtigall" ("Nightingale") and transferred to Deutsche Luft Hansa in 1926.

    Junkers F.13 Danziger Luftpost (1:87) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery
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    Junkers F.13 Danziger Luftpost (1:87) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery Sale Price: $75.95
    Retail: $92.95
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    Item #: HE019361 -

      During the territorial shifts as a result of World War I, the formerly german and now Polish port city of Danzig (gdansk) became a semi-autonomous city-state from 1920 to 1939. As an important trade hub, Danzig quickly developed its own Aviation companies, which were sprouting all over greatly due to Hugo Junkers' revolutionary F. 13 design. Most aircraft operated in Danzig sported the two white crosses on red background from the city's coat of arms on wings and rudder.

      Junkers Luftverkehr, Deutsches Museum Munchen Junkers F13 - D-366 (1:87) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery
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      Junkers Luftverkehr, Deutsches Museum Munchen Junkers F13 - D-366 (1:87) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery Sale Price: $68.95
      Retail: $97.95
      Availability: Preorder, Expected November
      Item #: HE019378 -

        Junkers Luftverkehr, Deutsches Museum Munchen Junkers F13 - D-366 (1:87) Herpa Models Item Number: HE019378 In 1921, Junkers founded the Junkers Luftverkehr AG (Junkers Air Transport Corporation), the world�s largest airline at the time, with destinations all the way to Persia and South America. After two years of service, this F13 was sold to Afghanistan in 1928. She was rediscovered in 1968, transferred back to Germany, restored and has been on display at the Deutsche Museum in Munich since...