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A complete example of this very early FROG model plane as best as I can tell? Complete in box which is an integral part of the winding and launching process with paper brochure spare elastic etc. Obviously I cant vouch for the rubber/elastic bands as these perish over time, the rest looks to be in excellent vintage order.

The plane is approx 23.5cm wingspan approx 30cm approx.

Frog was a well-known British brand of flying model aircraft and scale model construction kits from the 1930s to the 1970s. The company's first model, an Interceptor Mk. 4, was launched in 1932, followed in 1936 by a range of 1:72 scale model aircraft kits made from cellulose acetate, which were the world's first.

Polystyrene models were introduced in 1955, which offered kits of aircraft, ships and cars in various scales. By the 1970s, Frog's catalogue included a large number of lesser-known aircraft types, manufactured only by the company, as well as a number of ship kits.

The last Frog-branded kits were produced in 1976, whereupon many of the Frog moulds were sold to the Soviet Union and marketed under the Novo name

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