- Postage Stamp Collection
- Highly detailed diecast model
- Display stand included
- Measures Approximately: 6.25” L x 8.0” Wingspan
- Recommended for adult hobbyist and collectors. Not a toy.
The B-25 Mitchell is a medium bomber named in honor of General Billy Mitchell, a United States Army general who is widely regarded as the father of the US Air Force. The B-25 is a two-engine propeller driven aircraft with an H-tail configuration and is considered to be a safe and reliable aircraft. It was used extensively during World War II by the Allies, especially on the Pacific Front.
The Daron postage stamp model of a B-25 represents a plane that was donated to the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum in 1981 and was restored in airworthy condition as “ Briefing Time”, which was used by the 340th Bomb Wing of the 12th Air Force in the Italian Campaign. It sports a depiction of a ship on the nose representing partial credit for sinking an Italian cruiser. It is currently on display at the Mid-atlantic Air Museum in Reading, PA.
This is a worthy addition to your diecast aircraft collection.