airways45
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Displaying Travel Agent Size Model Aircraft

Sun Apr 24, 2005 4:55 am

Hi there!

I have quite a few 1/100th travel agent models and I wondered if any of you had any good ideas as to how to display them? At the moment, I have them on shelves, top of cabinets etc. However, have you seen any collections (maybe in museums, shops etc) that has them displayed in a special way?

Any ideas gratefully received. At the moment, I have so many that lots are stored away in boxes!

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RE: Displaying Travel Agent Size Model Aircraft

Sun Apr 24, 2005 5:01 am

I have a 1:144 BA 747-400 sitting on my tv facing me when i watch it! Makes for a good effect  wink  But I only have 1. All my others are 1:400  smile 
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