Bleriot XI 1/23 Wooden Model

Sale price$49.99


Louis Blériot became famous for being the first to fly an aircraft across the English Channel. On July 25, 1909, in his Model XI 25 horsepower monoplane from Les Barraques, France to Dover, England. This 22 mile, 40 minute flight won for him the much sought after London Daily Mail prize of 1000 pounds sterling. In the 1914-1918 War his company produced the famous S.P.A.D. fighter aircraft flown by all the Allied Nations. His skill and ingenuity contributed to the advance of aviation technology in his time, and popularised aviation as a sport. He remained active in the aviation industry until his death on August 2, 1936.


  • High quality wood material with clean and smooth surface
  • Accurate Laser cutting scale model design
  • Handcrafted wooden models Kits for simple assembly
  • Special Home Furnishing Ornament Craft
  • Comes with a beautiful wooden box

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