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1941 B-24 Liberator Bomber by Old Modern Handicrafts


This is the 1941 B-24 Liberator Bomber by Old Modern Handicrafts. 

The B-24 Liberator was the primary heavy bomber in the US air corp. It conducted bombing raids in Germany, Japan, and against axis naval vessels. It was the most produced American strategic bomber. It appeared in the recent movie unbroken in the opening scene however, in general, the plane was overshadowed by the older B-17 flying fortress. The model features a clean silver paint, tin construction, army air corp markings, and four rotating props. This makes for an ideal desk, coffee table, and other small spaces that require a little more detail filled with rich history.

L: 13.25 W: 21.25 H: 3.75 Inches