Corgi Aviation Archive
Supermarine Spitfire MkI Squadron Leader Sandy Johnstone
602 Squadron, DFC Tangmer, August 1940
The now legendary Supermarine Spitfire needs no introduction. It is quite simply one of the most iconic aircraft in the world. L1004 was flown by Squadron Leader Alexander ‘Sandy’ Johnstone, CO of No. 602 Squadron. During the early parts of the War, the Squadron performed defensive duties in Scotland, however, in August 1940 the Squadron moved south to join the Battle of Britain in the skies over Southern England. They went on to have a truly remarkable record during the battle – scoring the second highest toll of enemy aircraft!
Corgi Aviation Archive are high quality detailed die-cast model military aircraft from various theatres of war across the world. Each model aircraft comes complete with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity and can be posed either in flight or with the undercarriage down.
The approximate measurements of this model are Length 13cm. Wingspan 13cm
UK postage on this model is only £3.99
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