214 Matches Found, 101 thru 200 on this page.
Maker - Item# - Scale Description
CORGI - CC51606 - 1/50 Scale Beute Panzer - Trophy Tank - T34-76 Model 1943

As German armed forces rolled across Europe during the early months of the Second World War, they had already displayed their willingness to deploy captured tanks as part of their powerful panzer force. Initially fielding large numbers of Panzer 35(t) and 38(t) tanks acquired following the occupation of Czechoslovakia, victories over Holland, Belgium and France brought a further supply of captured armour, with those not destroyed or classed as unserviceable pressed into service for their new owners. Operation Barbarossa and the strike East brought new pressures on the available panzer forces, especially when they came across a new Soviet tank design, the T-34. Extremely mobile, with good armour protection and a capable main gun, the T-34 was more than a match for anything the Germans had in service at that time, however mechanical problems and poor battlefield organisation reduced the effectiveness of this excellent machine. The Germans were so impressed with the T-34 that they tried to get their hands on as many serviceable examples as they could and even considered starting general production of the tank at factories which had been captured by advancing Wehrmacht troops. The machine modelled here went on to see service against its former owners with the 23rd Panzer Division in 1943 and is finished in a field applied disruptive camouflage scheme intended to help the tank blend into the surrounding countryside where combat was taking place. Although the operation of captured enemy tanks proved a welcome addition to the r [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CC60112 - 1/50 Scale Click to Enlarge Churchill MkIII – 6th Scots Guards Brigade 1943

The British Churchill infantry tank may have been slightly cumbersome in appearance but was certainly one of the best Allied tanks of WWII. Championed by Winston Churchill, who insisted on the production of a new infantry support tank capable of crossing shell holes and trenches on the battlefield, the Churchill proved to be reliable and resilient, with thick frontal armor which made it impervious to all but the most powerful German guns. First used during the disastrous Dieppe Raid of 1942, the Churchill would go on to see action in North Africa, Italy and the Far East, before playing a significant role in the Normandy Invasion. A rugged and flexible design, the Churchill was used as the basis for some specialist vehicles to overcome the strong German fortifications of the Atlantic Wall, such as the AVRE (Armored Vehicle Royal Engineers), a tank featuring a 290mm mortar, which fired a short range charge designed to obliterate concrete bunkers. In addition to this, the Churchill Crocodile was a heavy mobile flame thrower, which was probably feared more than any other Allied vehicle by defending German troops.

Ahead of the invasion of Normandy that began on D Day, 6th June 1944, the 6th Scots Guards Tank Brigade was formed in England and included the 3rd (Tank) Battalion Scots Guards, equipped with Churchill tanks. In July 1944 they landed in France and would serve from then on mostly attached to the 15th (Scottish) Division. [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CC60215 - 1/50 Scale Click to Enlarge Panther Tank – Panzerkampfwagen V Panther Ausf D, Unknown Unit, Northern Bavaria, April 1945, Defense of the Reich

Widely regarded as the finest German tank of the Second World War, the PzKpfw V Panther was a formidable combination of speed, manoeuvrability, armor protection and firepower, making this a feared battlefield adversary. Built in response to combat experiences on the Eastern Front and the impressive performance of the latest Soviet tanks, Russia would also see the combat introduction of the new Panther, during the battle of Kursk in the summer 1943. Although classed by the German’s as a medium tank, the Panther weighed in at an impressive 45 tons, but proved to be significantly more mobile than its size suggests and after overcoming initial service introduction issues, the Panther began to show its destructive potential. One criticism of the larger German tank designs was that they tended to be over-engineered and whilst they were undoubtedly impressive fighting machines, there simply were not enough of them with front line units. By the time of D-Day, the Panther was fighting a losing battle and if superior numbers of Allied tanks didn’t get them, rocket firing Hawker Typhoons undoubtedly would. [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CC60216 - 1/50 Scale Click to Enlarge Panther Tank – 4th Battalion Coldstream Guards ‘Cuckoo’, Netherlands 1944/5

Widely regarded as the finest German tank of the Second World War, the PzKpfw V Panther was a formidable combination of speed, manoeuvrability, armour protection and firepower, making this a feared battlefield adversary. Built in response to combat experiences on the Eastern Front and the impressive performance of the latest Soviet tanks, Russia would also see the combat introduction of the new Panther, during the battle of Kursk in the summer 1943. Although classed by the German’s as a medium tank, the Panther weighed in at an impressive 45 tons, but proved to be significantly more mobile than its size suggests and after overcoming initial service introduction issues, the Panther began to show its destructive potential. One criticism of the larger German tank designs was that they tended to be over-engineered and whilst they were undoubtedly impressive fighting machines, there simply were not enough of them with front line units. By the time of D-Day, the Panther was fighting a losing battle and if superior numbers of Allied tanks didn’t get them, rocket firing Hawker Typhoons undoubtedly would. As Allied forces advanced deeper into German territory during the spring of 1945 and inexorably towards the heart of the Third Reich, their overwhelming numerical superiority was gradually wearing down remaining pockets of resistance. The Wehrmacht counter-attacks which took place in the weeks and months following D-Day had left armoured units hugely depleted and with the net of war closing around th [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CC60309 - 1/50 Scale Click to Enlarge Bedford QLD – RAF 2nd Tactical Airforce, 84 Group, Normandy June 1944 (D Day)

With well over 50,000 units produced, the Bedford QL series of 3 ton 4x4 utility trucks were some of the most heavily produced British vehicles of the Second World War and were required to fulfil a wide variety of essential communications and supply roles. The ability to move, supply and equip military forces is critical to the success of any campaign and by their nature, vehicles used to support this must be reliable, flexible and available in great numbers. The Bedford QL satisfied all of these needs and whether it was pulling a Bofors anti- aircraft gun or serving as a signals vehicle, it proved to be the backbone of the British Army.

The RAF 2nd Tactical Airforce (2TAF) was formed on 1st June 1943 as HQ Tactical Air Force from Army Co-operation Command in connection with preparations to train to invade Europe a year later. It took units from both Fighter Command and Bomber Command in order to form a force capable of supporting the Army in the field. Bomber Command provided light bombers, Fighter Command was split into the Air Defence of Britain retaining fighter units for home defence, and No.83 Group and No.84 group operating aircraft, and No.85 Group controlling ground based units. [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CC60513 - 1/50 Scale Click to Enlarge Tiger I – German Army SpzAbt 502, Russia 1942

Even though the Panzerkamfwagen VI Tiger heavy tank was only used in relatively small numbers during WWII, its fearsome reputation and sinister appearance ensured it is regarded as the most famous tank of the Second World War. Another tank developed as a result of Wehrmacht experiences on the Eastern Front, the Tiger may not have shared the cultured appearance of the Panther, but this was a war machine pure and simple and one which was devastatingly effective on the battlefield. Heavily armored and equipped with the powerful 88mm gun, the sighting optics on the Tiger were so effective that enemy tanks could be destroyed at great distances and well before they were in range to return fire. By the time of the D-Day landings, the reputation of the Tiger was already assured, but even though they managed to inflict heavy losses on Allied armored units, their small numbers were swamped by an overwhelming tide of Allied armored numerical superiority. Unable to control the battlefield, damaged and unserviceable Tigers were simply abandoned to be captured by advancing Allied troops.

Spz.Abt.502 Heavy Tank Battalion is distinguished by the fact that it was the first to deploy the new Tiger 1 in combat. Formed in August 1942, the battalion arrived at the Leningrad front and soon began to use its Tigers in battle. The turret carries the unit’s famous mammoth insignia. [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CC60514 - 1/50 Scale Click to Enlarge Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger Ausf E (Late production), Turret Number ‘Black 300’, sPzAbt. 505, Eastern Front, Summer 1944, Russia on the offensive

For many with an interest in military history, the German Tiger I is still widely regarded as the epitome of tank design, beautifully conceived and manufactured, whilst at the same time proving deadly on the battlefield. Unrivalled by any opposing tank when it saw its combat introduction on the Eastern Front during September 1942, the Tiger I soon began to show its potential, using its highly effective sighting optics and accurate 88mm KwK 36 tank gun to take a heavy toll of Soviet armour. Capable of destroying enemy tanks at ranges which made it almost impervious to return fire, it was not uncommon to hear reports of small units of German Tigers destroying more than ten times their number in Soviet armour during engagements, as their opposition rushed headlong towards the German tanks in a deadly hail of armour piercing shells, with only the amount of ammunition held limiting the effectiveness of the Tigers killing spree. Indeed, if a Soviet tank did manage to get close enough to fire on its capable adversary, their shells would invariably ricochet off the thick frontal armour of these German beasts and attract the attention of the enemy tank commander in the process. During the spring of 1944, the Tigers of the 505th Heavy Tank Battalion adopted the distinctive ‘charging heavy knight’ as their unit insignia, an emblem which they would retain until the end of the war in Europe and one which drew inspiration from the fact that [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CC60613 - 1/50 Scale Click to Enlarge Cromwell IV – 2nd Armored Welsh Guards, 1944

A late war British tank design, the Cromwell came at the end of a line of successful cruiser tanks built for speed and mobility. The Cromwell had an unusually long development period for a wartime tank and even though the project began in 1942, the first machines did not enter combat until the D-Day landings. Although the Cromwell was no match for the firepower of the German Tigers and Panthers, it was designed to support rapidly advancing infantry units, allowing them to make strategic gains through the speed of their advance. An extremely fast tank, the Cromwell could reach speeds of 40mph, although this would not have been a pleasant experience for its five man crew, so it was usually limited to speeds no greater than 32mph. Powered by the excellent 600 hp Rolls Royce Meteor engine, this was actually a development of the famous Merlin engine which powered the Spitfires and Hurricanes of the Battle of Britain. Around 4,000 of these tanks were built and they saw heavy use during the battles following the D-Day landings.

This Cromwell IV, named ‘Blenheim’ was photographed during an inspection of the Guards Armored Division by Prime Minister Churchill prior to D-Day. The squadron sign for an un-brigaded regiment with a letter A is shown, identifying the squadron commander along with the bridge classification marking, AoS sign and the Guards formation badge. Later the names and recognition markings were removed and replaced by the Allied Star. [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CC75000 - 1/1250 Scale Click to Enlarge Queen Elizabeth Class Carrier [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC75001 - 1/1250 Scale Click to Enlarge Prince of Wales Class Carrier [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC82114 - 1/36 Scale Click to Enlarge Mr Bean - Mr Bean's Mini - 'Do-It-Yourself Mr. Bean’

Model Image Shows Car Based on TV Show, Actual Model May Vary [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CC82115 - 1/36 Scale Click to Enlarge Mr Bean - Mr Bean's Mini - 30 years of Mr Bean [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC82333 - 1/64 Scale Click to Enlarge The Beatles - London Bus - Yellow Submarine [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC82335 - 1/64 Scale Click to Enlarge The Beatles - London Bus - Help! [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC82340 - 1/64 Scale Click to Enlarge The Beatles - London Bus - 'Revolver' [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC82341 - 1/64 Scale Click to Enlarge The Beatles - London Bus - 'Let It Be' [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC85803 - 1/36 Scale Click to Enlarge Only Fools and Horses - Reliant Regal [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC85804 - 1/36 Scale Click to Enlarge Mr Bean - Reliant Regal [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC85926 - 1/36 Scale Click to Enlarge The Beatles - London Taxi - Let it Be [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC85927 - 1/36 Scale Click to Enlarge The Beatles - London Taxi - Twist and Shout [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC85928 - 1/36 Scale Click to Enlarge The Beatles - London Taxi - Hey Jude [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC99189 - 1/36 Scale Click to Enlarge Only Fools and Horses - Del Boy's Reliant Regal and Ford Capri MkII [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC99304 - 1/72 Scale Click to Enlarge North American Mustang P-51
This accurately detailed die-cast model features authentic WWII livery based on real fighters. Includes display stand
[Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CC99724 - 1/100 Scale Click to Enlarge Hogwarts Express - Harry Potter

Have you received your letter to attend Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry this year? If so, make sure you are ready on Platform 9 3/4s at King’s Cross Railway Station on September 1 at precisely 11 o’clock in the morning, as that’s when the iconic Hogwarts Express departs for the first day of term! Drawn by a distinctive red locomotive, the train was the site of several first meetings with the friends (and enemies) who would play such an important role in Harry Potter’s future adventures. [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CC99725 - 1/43 Scale Click to Enlarge Mr. Weasley's Enchanted 1959 Ford Anglia - Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Missed the Hogwarts Express and you aren’t old enough to legally apparate to school yet? This disastrous scenario befell Harry Potter and Ron Weasley at the very start of their second year at Hogwarts, but thankfully the pair were able to ‘borrow’ Mr Weasley’s enchanted Ford Anglia. Bestowed with the ability of flight, as well a personality of its own, Harry and Ron’s trip in the car came to a sudden end when they accidentally crash landed into the Whomping Willow in the Hogwarts grounds. Annoyed at this mistreatment, the Anglia disappeared into the Forbidden Forest - much to the despair of Ron’s parents. [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CC99726 - 1/72 Scale Click to Enlarge Knight Bus - Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Lost far from home or need to escape an approaching moment of great peril? Thankfully, the Knight Bus is available for Wizards in need. Coming to Harry Potter’s rescue before he began his third year at Hogwarts, the distinctive triple decker bus is magically enchanted to speed through the streets, squeeze through any gap, and brake in an instant, enabling it to reach any destination (except those underwater). While Harry is a passenger, the three levels of the bus are furnished with beds for an overnight stay on long trips, as well as a chandelier to bring a touch of class to the interior. [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CC99727 Click to Enlarge Harry Potter - Hagrid's Motorcyle & Sidecar [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CH006 Click to Enlarge Fire Department - Off Road Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH007 Click to Enlarge Police - Off Road Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH008 Click to Enlarge Military Off Road Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH009 Click to Enlarge Farm - Off Road Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH010 Click to Enlarge Safari Tours - Off Road Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH031 Click to Enlarge Fire Department Ladder Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH032 Click to Enlarge Fire Department Bucket Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH033 Click to Enlarge Airport Fire Crane Snorkel U.K - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH034 Click to Enlarge Military Armoured Tank - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH040 Click to Enlarge Road Roller in Orange - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH041 Click to Enlarge Farm Tractor with Loader - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH049 Click to Enlarge Mobile Crane - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH050 Click to Enlarge Off Road Dump Truck in Yellow - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH063 Click to Enlarge Military Radar Truck- Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH064 Click to Enlarge Armored Bank Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH065 Click to Enlarge Tow Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH066 Click to Enlarge Police Tow Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH067 Click to Enlarge Airport Fire Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH068 Click to Enlarge Police S.W.A.T. Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH069 Click to Enlarge Ambulance Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH070 Click to Enlarge Rescue Fire Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH071 Click to Enlarge Dump Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH072 Click to Enlarge Snow Plow - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH073 Click to Enlarge Double-Decker London Tour Bus - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH074 Click to Enlarge Farm Dump Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH075 Click to Enlarge DHN Police Off Road Truck U.K. - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH076 Click to Enlarge Military Rocket Off Road Truck U.K. - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH077 Click to Enlarge Military Armoured Tank U.K. - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH078 Click to Enlarge Military Radar Truck U.K. - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH079 Click to Enlarge Police Tow Truck U.K. - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH080 Click to Enlarge DHN Police Truck U.K. - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH081 Click to Enlarge Emergency Ambulance Truck U.K. - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH082 Click to Enlarge Rescue Unit Fire Truck U.K. - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH083 Click to Enlarge Farm Loader Tractor in Blue - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH084 Click to Enlarge Safari Road Truck in Black and White - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH085 Click to Enlarge Construction Tractor Loader in Orange - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH086 Click to Enlarge Construction Dump Truck in Orange - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CH087 Click to Enlarge Armoured Police Truck - Corgi Chunkies Series

Corgi Chunkies is a completely new series of fantastic toys with moving interactive parts, free-rolling, soft-tired wheels, and a strong child-proof build.

Made of Diecast Metal and Durable Plastic [Age: 3 and up ]

CORGI - CP36902 - 1/72 Scale Click to Enlarge Junkers Ju52 Swiss Tarnmuster A-702 [Age: 14 and up ]
CORGI - CS90618 Click to Enlarge Supermarine Spitfire - Corgi Showcase Series

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90619 Click to Enlarge Avro Lancaster - Corgi Showcase Series

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90620 Click to Enlarge Hawker Hurricane - Corgi Showcase Series

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90623 Click to Enlarge AH-64 Apache Attack Helicopter - Corgi Showcase Series

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90626 Click to Enlarge Vickers VC10 - Corgi Showcase Series

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90627 Click to Enlarge North American P-51 Mustang - Corgi Showcase Series

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90629 Click to Enlarge F-35 Lightning - Corgi Showcase Series

14 years after development first started in the USA the first flight of an F-35A took place in December 2006 . The F-35 was developed with the intention to replace the majority of US fighter jets with three variants (A, B and C) being designed to suit various combat missions. 10 countries worldwide have purchased a variation of the F-35 including the UK who so far own 15 of the F-35B which are used by both the RAF and the Royal Navy and are intended as a replacement for the Harrier GR9 and Tornado GR4.

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90630 Click to Enlarge M48 Patton Tank - Corgi Showcase Series

An extremely capable main battle tank, the M48 Patton was the third US tank to be named after the famous WWII general George S Patton who was a strong advocate of the use of tanks on the modern battlefield. Introduced in 1953, the M48 would be used extensively by American forces during the Vietnam War, where it would perform well, but more in an infantry support role, as opposed to tank destroyer. It would also go on to be an export success, seeing service with around twenty countries all over the world, with many still in service during the last years of the 20th Century.

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90631 Click to Enlarge M3 A1 Half-Track - 41st Armored Infantry, 2nd Armored Division - Normandy 1944 (D Day) - Corgi Showcase Series

One of the key requirements of the modern battlefield is to have mobile infantry units supporting their heavy armor, both to protect the tanks and to secure any territorial gains they may have made. During WWII, the most famous Allied armored personnel carrier was the M3 Half Track series of vehicles, which were large enough to transport a fully armed squad of 12 troops and provide them with protection from small arms fire and shrapnel. Fast and extremely mobile, around 53,000 of these vehicles were built in several different combat configurations, proving to be one of the most useful armored fighting vehicles of the war.

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90632 Click to Enlarge Sherman M4 A3 US Army Tank - Luxembourg 1944 - Corgi Showcase Series

Arguably the most famous Allied tank of the Second World War, the American built M4 Sherman medium tank was produced in vast quantities, with almost 50,000 being built by the end of WWII. Fast and extremely reliable, the Sherman featured innovations such as an automatic gearbox and gyro-stabilised gun elevation – it was also built for ease of transportation, with four hoist points at each corner of the tank, allowing it to be loaded to and from cargo ships with ease. The Sherman may not have been a match for the mighty German Tigers and Panthers they faced following D-Day, but numerical superiority ensured they would ultimately prevail.

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90633 Click to Enlarge Jeep Willys - US Navy SeaBees Corp. - Corgi Showcase Series

One of the most famous military light utility vehicles ever produced, the 4 wheel drive Willys Jeep was in widespread Allied service from 1941 onwards and has been described as ‘America’s greatest single contribution to modern warfare’. With 360,000 Willys MB vehicles produced, this fast and reliable off-road capable vehicle could be adapted to perform a huge variety of tasks and became a vital battlefield asset in almost every theatre of conflict. From reconnaissance and re-supply to casualty evacuation and officer transport, the Willys Jeep became a means of military mobility as important as the horse was during the Great War.

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90635 Click to Enlarge Panzer IV - SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend, France 1944 - Corgi Showcase Series

One of the world’s truly great tanks, the Panzer IV was in production throughout the Second World War and was built in greater numbers than any other German tank. Forming the backbone of Wehrmacht armored divisions during WWII, this tank was continually improved during its service career and was fitted with a number of different main armament configurations, as well as forming the basis of several other fighting vehicles, such as tank destroyers, assault guns and self-propelled anti-aircraft guns. Despite being the oldest German tank still in service, the Panzer IV was the most numerous type encountered by the Allies following D-Day.

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90636 Click to Enlarge Concorde British Airways- Corgi Showcase Series

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90637 Click to Enlarge Churchill MkIII – 6th Scots Guards Brigade 1943 - Corgi Showcase Series

One of the most distinctive tanks of the Second World War, the British Churchill heavy infantry tank may have looked a little ungainly, but was actually an extremely capable fighting vehicle and one of the heaviest Allied tanks to see combat. Possessing exceptional hill climbing capabilities, the relatively slow, yet extremely reliable Churchill had frontal armor protection which was thicker that that used on the feared German Tiger and despite first entering service in 1941, large numbers of these tanks would be deployed following the D-Day landings. Several special purpose variants of the Churchill were also produced, which included flamethrower, bridge layer and bunker buster tanks.

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90639 Click to Enlarge Panther – 4th Battalion Coldstream Guards ‘Cuckoo’, Netherlands 1944 - Corgi Showcase Series

Although often overshadowed by the more famous Tiger tank, the Panther is generally regarded as Germany’s best tank of the Second World War. An effective combination of mobility, firepower and armored protection, the Panther was originally developed to counter the success of the Soviet T-34 on the Eastern Front and despite initial problems associated with its rushed service introduction, would go on to become one of the most feared armored adversaries on the battlefields of Europe. Much cheaper to produce that a Tiger, Wehrmacht units could receive five of these highly effective tanks for the price of a single Tiger I.

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90640 Click to Enlarge M8 Greyhound – 14th Armored Division, N.W. Europe - Corgi Showcase Series

Originally conceived as a fast and mobile tank killer, the M8 Greyhound armored car was not built to withstand the punishment it would receive at the hands of Germany’s main battle tanks and was therefore used more for reconnaissance patrols and armored escort duties. Open turret variants of the Greyhound afforded their commander’s an exceptional view of the battlefield, although this feature was understandably less popular during poor weather conditions. Amazingly, one M8 is reported to have destroyed a mighty German King Tiger in December 1944, sneaking up behind it and firing three rounds into its engine before the Tiger’s turret could traverse round.

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90641 Click to Enlarge M3 Stuart Tank - Corgi Showcase Series

The diminutive M3 Stuart light tank occupies an important position in the history of WWII, as it was the first American tank made available to British and Commonwealth forces via the Lend-Lease programme - used in the North African campaign, the M3 proved to be an extremely reliable and relatively fast tank, earning the respect of British crews who quickly learned to use it to its best potential. The M3 would also be used by the Americans during their first tank versus tank engagements of WWII and despite being outclassed by most German tanks, would be used extensively in support and reconnaissance roles following the D-Day landings.

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90642 Click to Enlarge King Tiger Tank - Corgi Showcase Series

Germany’s heaviest operational tank of the Second World War, the mighty Tiger II or King Tiger weighed in at an astonishing 68 tons, even though it was still powered by the same 12 cylinder Maybach engine which powered the significantly lighter Tiger I. Built around a new long barrelled 88mm anti-tank gun, the Tiger II was perhaps the ultimate development of the tank during WWII and was superior to any Allied tank in service. Introduced just weeks after D-Day, these fearsome machines were never available in enough numbers to make a difference on the battlefield and for the cost of one King Tiger, the Allies could produce nine M4 Shermans.

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90648 Click to Enlarge Eurofighter Typhoon - Corgi Showcase Series

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90649 Click to Enlarge Avro Vulcan [Age: 8 and up ]
CORGI - CS90650 Click to Enlarge Supermarine Spitfire - Corgi Showcase Series

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90651 Click to Enlarge Avro Lancaster [Age: 8 and up ]
CORGI - CS90652 Click to Enlarge Hawker Hurricane [Age: 8 and up ]
CORGI - CS90658 Click to Enlarge F/A 18 Super Hornet - Corgi Showcase Series

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90659 Click to Enlarge F 16 Fighting Falcon - Corgi Showcase Series

Corgi Showcase is a series of top quality die-cast model aircraft suitable for children aged five and over. Each model comes with a display stand. This series is ideal for the young aviation fan and offers a wide range of models to collect including biplanes, fighters, bombers and modern jets. [Age: 5 and up ]

CORGI - CS90682 Click to Enlarge Maverick & Goose’s F14 -Top Gun, 1986 and Rooster’s F18 - Top Gun Maverick, 2020

Wingspan
• F-14: 4.33 inches
• F-18: 3.15 inches
[Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CS90683 Click to Enlarge Maverick’s F / A-18 Hornet and P51D Mustang - Top Gun Maverick, 2020

Wingspan
• F-18: 3.15 inches
• P-51: 3.55 inches
[Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CS90684 Click to Enlarge F-18 and F-16 - US Strike Force Collection

The air combat experiences of US pilots during the Vietnam War led directly to the establishment of the Lightweight Fighter Programme and the eventual introduction of one of the truly great post war fighter aircraft, the superb General Dynamics (now Lockheed Martin) F-16 Fighting Falcon. Even though the aircraft still looks cutting edge and is in widespread service across the world, it seems strange to describe the F-16 as a 'classic aeroplane', but that is exactly what it is. Introduced in 1978, the F-16 is now entering its 42nd year of service and is the world's most numerous fixed-wing aircraft type in current military use. Entering service several years after the F-16, the McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet was the product of the US Navy's search for a cost effective, highly agile fleet defender, which would be capable of taking on several different roles from the demanding environment of the deck of a US Navy aircraft carrier. Following in the aviation footsteps of such classic McDonnell Douglas designs as the A-4 Skyhawk, F-4 Phantom and F-15 Eagle, the Hornet has proved to be one of the world's most effective naval aircraft and as an integral part of America's mighty carrier strike groups, is never too far away from any global conflict hot spots. [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CS90685 Click to Enlarge F-23 and Eurofighter Typhoon - Defence of the Realm Collection

Representing today's modern and highly capable Royal Air Force, the Eurofighter Typhoon now performs the same interceptor role as that previously carried out by the famous Spitfires and Hurricanes of the Battle of Britain, protecting Britain's skies from unauthorised incursion. With RAF bases at Coningsby and Lossiemouth maintaining around the clock Quick Reaction Alert cover for the country 365 days a year, any potential hostile aircraft incursion is immediately challenged by one of the world's most capable fighting aeroplanes. In order to effectively maintain the security and defence of the United Kingdom, the RAF continues to evolve by the introduction of ever more capable aircraft types, which most recently saw the arrival of the first of 138 Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning multi-role aircraft. A fifth generation combat aircraft, the F-35 can perform a wide variety of mission profiles, utilising the latest stealth technology and operating in conjunction with the Eurofighter Typhoon. With Britain selecting the short take-off and vertical landing (STOVL) variant of the F-35, these aircraft will have the ability to operate from standard airfields, or from the decks of Britain's two new Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers, as well as working as part of a cohesive international force in conjunction with other NATO nations. The RAF's F-35 will actually be the third aircraft to carry the name Lightning, after the previous P-38 and English Electric fighters. [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CS90686 Click to Enlarge Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane - Battle of Britain Collection

As the most advanced fighter aircraft available to the Royal Air Force at the beginning of the Second World War, the Hawker Hurricane and Supermarine Spitfire formed the backbone of Fighter Command, as they prepared to face the might of the German Luftwaffe during the summer of 1940. Representing slightly different eras of aviation technology, the Spitfire was the very latest all metal design, more costly and time consuming to produce, but deadly in the air. By comparison, the Hurricane still employed many of the construction methods used on the biplane fighters of the 1930s and was much quicker and cheaper to produce than the Spitfire – it was also easier to repair should an aircraft sustain damage during combat operations. Between the two, they proved a winning combination in the skies above southern England, with the Spitfires usually engaging the more agile Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighters wherever possible, leaving the more numerous Hurricanes to deal with the bombers. Interestingly, whilst the Spitfire is always lauded as the saviour of the Battle of Britain, it was actually the Hawker Hurricane which claimed more enemy aircraft destroyed during the Battle of Britain than all of Britain's other defences combined, including the more famous Spitfire. As the aircraft of Winston Churchill's famous 'Few', the Spitfire and Hurricane protected Britain during her most pressing hour of need. [Age: 14 and up ]

CORGI - CS91301 Click to Enlarge Bleriot Monoplane - Smithsonian Collection [Age: 8 and up ]
CORGI - CS91302 Click to Enlarge Spirit of St Louis - Smithsonian Collection [Age: 8 and up ]
CORGI - CS91303 Click to Enlarge Lockheed Vega - Smithsonian Collection [Age: 8 and up ]
CORGI - CS91304 Click to Enlarge Wright Flyer - Smithsonian Collection [Age: 8 and up ]
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