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Museum of Flight - Holtgrewe miniatur (well 1/72) collection

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This is where we have been going wrong, rather than storing models at home - we need to off load onto a national museum :lol: :lol: interesting presentation method.
http://www.scalemodelnews.com/2018/10/a ... model.html

there is a navigator, its a bit clunky and awkward by 'modern' web standards and the image quality in the ones i've looked at are also lower than you'd expect with modern digital cameras.
https://www.museumofflight.org/files/vi ... /holt.html

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Sounds good to me. I heard somewhere that there was a move afoot to get Singer Rod Stewart to Buy/Sponsor a Museum where models could be put permanently on display. I guess there would be some sort of stringent criteria as far as quality went but I'm not sure.

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That's some collection. And whilst a little slow to upload, I like the interactive presentation.
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GB13 - Late 298 (Aeronavale), Bf109E-3a Strela (Bulgarian AF), ČKD LT vz.38 Praga (Slovakian Army)
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