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    Eaglemoss issues

    At a glance list of Eaglemoss issues. Not including Specials.


    1 US Army Field 1970


    2 German Luftwaffe 1940


    3 Royal Navy SBS 1970


    4 Russian Tank 1980


    5 Italian Diver 1950


    6 French Navy 1960


    7 Oz Diver 1966


    8 British Army 1950s


    9 Japanese Pilot 1940


    10 British RAF 1967


    11 1950s French Foreign Legion


    12 UK Paratrooper 1940


    13 German Naval Commando


    14 1960s Israeli Naval Commando


    15 UK RAF 1950


    16 Russian Pilot Astronaut 1949


    17 French Navy 1947


    18 Egypt Naval Commander 1956


    19 US Navy UDT Diver 1973


    20 Brazil Army 1960


    21 French Naval Diver 1980


    22 Japanese something
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    Eaglemoss Special Editions

    1st - 1950s British RAF multi-function


    2nd - Royal Flying Corps pocket watch


    3rd - Oz Diver


    4th - America In Space
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    Eaglemoss issues

    23 Australian Soldier 1970s

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    24 German Naval Officer 1940s

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    27 American Soldier 1910s

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    28 British Naval Diver 1980s

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    Special Edition 4 - French Pilot 1950s
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    29 Indian Army 1970s
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    30 Chinese Pilot, 1960s
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    31 French Pilot, 19402
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    32 Canadian Pilot 1940s
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    33. British RAF Navigator 1940s

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    34. Czechoslovakian Army 1940s

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