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Revealing The DH.98 Mosquito

Aircraft Replicas now available to order

Revealing our truly astonishing and artistically finished replica of the DH.98 Mosquito at 1:16 scale. This fine handcrafted model, captures FB.VI HX922 as it was piloted by Group Captain Percy Pickard and navigator Flight Lieutenant John Broadley at the commencement of Operation Jericho on the 18th of February 1944, and is strictly limited to an edition of just ten pieces. Four of the DH.98 Mosquito replicas have already been sold and we are now accepting orders on the remaining six pieces that will be handcrafted to order.

Please note that, due to the large size of this piece and complexities of shipping, additional costs will be calculated and billed separately based on delivery location.

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DH.98 Mosquito Aircraft Replica

The fastest fighter-bomber of World War II, the hugely versatile and high performance de Havilland DH98 Mosquito was unquestionably the greatest contribution made by the de Havilland Aircraft Company to the success of the Royal Air Force in the Second World War.

DH.98 Mosquito Aircraft Replica

Its innovative design made use of a wooden 'sandwich' construction, drawing upon the experience gained from the company's pre-war high-speed DH88 Comet Racer, and the streamlined DH91 Albatross airliner. Such was its popularity with pilots that it soon became affectionately known as ‘The Wooden Wonder’. Originally conceived as a high-flying, unarmed photo-reconnaissance aircraft, the Mosquito saw service in wide-ranging roles from bomber, fighter-bomber, night-fighter, anti-shipping strike, trainer, torpedo bomber and even as a target tug.

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