2294 Canon de 90 mm Modèle 1939 1/35 scale

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The French anti-aircraft gun from the Second World War was designed in cooperation with the Musée Dunkerque 1940 (Dunkirk War Museum), which tells the poignant story of the defense of Dunkirk and Operation Dynamo in late May and early June 1940. These events had a huge impact on the course of warfare, and the memory of them is kept alive not only thanks to the museum and history textbooks, but also the famous film adaptation!

The Canon de 90mm Modele 1939 set has been carefully developed in 1:35 scale and consists of 217 pieces. When built the cannon is 23 cm long and 14 cm high. The design includes movable elements such as supports and gun barrel and features only high-quality prints. The set also includes a figure of a French artilleryman in a uniform from 1940 and a plate with the name of the set. When you visit the Musée Dunkerque 1940, see for yourself how accurate our model is! Complete your collection, and build history, piece by piece, with COBI!

The Canon de 90mm anti-aircraft gun was the successor to the 1926 model, which had a reputation for being very accurate and reliable. A modified version was produced in small numbers before the war. Modele 1939s captured by the Germans received the designation 9cm Flak M.39(f) and were kept in service throughout the war.

217 high-quality elements
Manufactured in the EU by a company with over 20 years of tradition
The blocks meet the safety standards of products for children
Fully compatible with other brands of construction blocks
Blocks with prints do not scratch or smear and do not fade during play or under the influence of temperature
Clear and intuitive instructions based on illustrations and step-by-step directions
1 figure (French artilleryman)
Plate with the name of the set
Scale 1:35
Model dimensions (L x H): 23 cm (9") x 14 cm (5.5")

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 21 March, 2024.

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