Japanese WW2 Aviation Art Here is the Closed Original Art Package as it was initially Found. WW2 Historical Exhibit.
The Japanese Aichi M6A1 Seiran
|Here are a few real sharp
Aviation Art prints from WW2.
These are very rare propaganda art prints.
Japanese WW2 Propaganda Aviation Art Prints. These are Very Rare Art Prints made in Japan in WW2.
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WW2 Japanese Aviation Art contact Annette at Downeast Nautical
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Art folder as originally found.
Japanese Aviation Art
|Translation: When you keep, please keep in safe place.|
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Aichi M6A1 Seiran 1/48 Scale
Plastic Model Airplane Kit
Developed by the WWII Japanese Navy to fly off I-400 and I-401 submarines, the Aichi M6A1 Seiran had floats for landing next to its sub and folding wings for compact storage.
This 1/48 scale plastic kit of the Seiran includes a detailed cockpit, a beaching dolly for display of the completed kit, a choice of markings and more. 8?" long with a 10" wingspan; approximately 75 parts, assembly required.
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