Price: 81.00 euro
Mortar lamp. Works well with original 1960s switch. High-gloss black on 3 legs. A cap can be placed on top, but the bracket can also be removed if a cap is placed on the fitting. Marked with 2 numbers. Real eye catcher.
Price: 2.50 euro.
Unique fridgemagnet with Che Guevara only available on Propagandaworld.
Ernesto “Che” Guevara (1928-1967) was an Argentine Marxist revolutionary, physician, author, guerrilla leader, diplomat, and military theorist. A major figure of the Cuban Revolution, his stylized visage has become a ubiquitous countercultural symbol of rebellion and global insignia in popular culture.
As a young medical student, Guevara traveled throughout South America and was radicalized by the poverty, hunger, and disease he witnessed. His desire to help overturn what he saw as the capitalist exploitation of Latin America by the United States. prompted his involvement in Guatemala’s social reforms..
Later in Mexico City, Guevara met Raúl and Fidel Castro, joined their 26th of July Movement, and sailed to Cuba aboard the yacht Granma with the intention of overthrowing U.S.-backed Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista. Guevara soon rose to prominence among the insurgents, was promoted to second in command and played a pivotal role in the victorious two-year guerrilla campaign that deposed the Batista regime.
Price: 105.00 euro
Lenin statue with inscription. Sculptor N. Teplov. Beautiful non-magnetic metal statue of a Lenin. Silk matt gloss, with inscription on the front and on the back the name of the artist and year of publication, 1977.
Price: 45.00 euro
Watch with the image of general Georgy Zhukov. In good working order. Made in 1995 to commemorate the 50th. anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany.
Georgy Konstantinovich Zhukov (1896-1974) was a Soviet general and Marshal of the Soviet Union. During the Second World War, Zhukov oversaw some of the Red Army’s most decisive victories. Born to a poor peasant family from central Russia, Zhukov was conscripted into the Imperial Russian Army and fought in the First World War. He served in the Red Army during the Russian Civil War.
Gradually rising through the ranks, by 1939 Zhukov was given command of an army group and won a decisive battle over Japanese forces at Khalkhin Gol, for which he won the first of his four Hero of the Soviet Union awards. Following the German invasion of the Soviet Union, Zhukov lost his position as chief of the general staff. Subsequently, he organized the defense of Leningrad, Moscow, and Stalingrad. He participated in planning several major offensives, including the Battle of Kursk and Operation Bagration. In 1945, Zhukov commanded the 1st Belorussian Front; he took part in the Vistula–Oder Offensive and the Battle of Berlin, which resulted in the defeat of Nazi Germany, and the end of the war in Europe. In recognition of Zhukov’s role in the war, he was chosen to accept the German Instrument of Surrender.
Price: 29.00 euro
Military triangular table medal with Coat of Arms of the Hungarian People’s Army and with Soldiers head. The medal reads:”Hungarian People’s Army”.
The Hungarian People’s Army was the military of the Hungarian Socialist Workers’ Party and the Hungarian People’s Republic from 1951 to 1990. It only saw combat once during its existence, which was assisting the Soviet Union in crushing the Prague Spring. It dissolved in 1989.
Price: 33.00 euro
Made of metal with a stamp on the back. At the top an eye at the back to sew it on or to hang it over. A coat of arms can also be seen to the right of the rocket on a map of Europe. Within the global Aerospace community Lampoldshausen is known as Aerospace Village by the Institute of space propulsion of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) for research and hot firing test of rocket engines, especially for Ariane launchers as well as the Orbital Propulsion Centre of ArianeGroup, the European competence centre for spacecraft propulsion.
Price: 0.50 euro
Minisheet made for the Worldcup Football in 1990.
Price: 13.50 euro a piece
Space rockets and satellites fly over Moscow that appears to be on top of the world. At the bottom of the Lauwetak. (Honour).
Price: 15.00 euro
North Korean propaganda postcardset of 5 postcards from 1997.
Price: 25.00 euro
Vintage Soviet tea glass holders with glass. Each container is decorated with 15 rosettes and each has a glass, 2 different ones. Complete set of 6 and sold only as a set. The thea holders are samped on the bottom.
Price: 0.25 euro
Matchbox label from 1968. On the label there is a sculpture wich was made by Matvey Manizer.
As a student Matvey Manizer (1891-1966) was a prominent Russian sculptor. Manizer created a number of works that became classics of socialist realism attended the State Artistic and Industrial Academy there, and the art school of the Peredvizhniki from 1911 through 1916. From 1926 he was a member of the Association of Artists of Revolutionary Russia. In 1941 he moved to Moscow.
Working in an academic and realistic style, Manizer produced a great number of monuments situated throughout the Soviet Union, including some twelve portrayals of Lenin. Manizer was awarded the People’s Artist of the USSR (1958), Member of USSR Academy of Arts (1947), vice president of USSR Academy of Arts (1947-1966), chairman of the Saint Petersburg Union of Artists from 1937 to 1941, and winner of the Stalin Prize three times.
Sculptures made by Matvey Manizer:
Price: 78.00 euro
Flagpole point Kisz Elöre Hungarian Communist Youth Association 1919-1957. Completely original, even the paint. Even after 63 in very good condition. Large star surrounded by 2 laurel branches, in the center of the 2 flags. Ornaments from Warsaw Pact countries are rarer than from Mother Russia.
It was founded on 21 March 1957 (on the anniversary of the Hungarian Soviet Republic’s declaration in 1919), following the break of 1956 Hungarian Revolution. It claimed to represent all the country’s youth and sought to educate young people politically and to supervise political as well as some social activities for them. KISZ was the most important source of new members for the party. Its organizational framework paralleled that of the Hungarian Socialist Workers’ Party and included a congress, central committee, secretariat, and regional and local committees. Membership was open to youth from the ages of fourteen to twenty-six years, but most of the full-time leaders of the organization were well over the age limit. In the 1980s, KISZ had about 800,000 members. Membership was common among students (96% at universities, 75% in high schools) but was lower among young people already working (31%). It was mandatory for university admittance.
Price: 2.50 euro.
Unique propaganda fridge magnet, only available on Propagandaworld. The man with beard holding a rifle is made in 1941 by Viktor Koretsky. The magnet reads:”Our forces are numberless!”. Viktor Koretsky was one of the greatest propaganda artists, born 1909-1998. In the 2nd World War he made almost 40 propaganda posters with powerful images.
Koretsky made the first Soviet postal stamp dedicated to the great patriotic war in WWII when Germany invaded Russia. This stamp was based on his eponymous poster which was displayed along Moscow streets in June 1941 in the first weeks following the Nazi invasion.
Lenin with book leaning on column, very big.Made of aluminum alloy.
1970s With inscription, donated 1983. Lenin’s original name was Vladimir Iljitsj Oeljanov. He lived from 1870-1924. He was a revolutionairy and the first leader of the Soviet Union.
His political and social ideas, known as Leninism, was based on the social ideas of Karl Marx, called Marxism. After the october revolution in 1917 he was the first leader of the Soviet Union and put in place the first communist party and the first communist state in the world. His supporters were called the Bolsheviks. In the early 20’s Lenin had a series of strokes on wich he died in 1924. After losing is ability to speak.
Lenin’s body was embalmed to preserve it for long term public display in the Red Square mausoleum. During this process, Lenin’s brain was removed. Lenin’s body is still on display.
It is assumed that Lenin’s alias was chosen from the river Lena. One of the longest river in the world.
Price: 15.00 euro
DVD with a giant performance of 10.000 members for the celebration of the 70th. anniversary of North Korea’s Working Party in 2015. This is just propaganda heaven.
The Workers’ Party of Korea is the founding and ruling political party of North Korea. It is the largest party in North Korea with two other legal parties making up the Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland. However, these minor parties are completely subservient to the WPK and must accept the WPK’s “leading role” as a condition of their existence.It was founded in 1945 with the merger of the Workers’ Party of North Korea and the Workers’ Party of South Korea. The WPK also controls the Korean People’s Army.
The WPK is organized according to the Monolithic Ideological System and the Great Leader, a system and theory conceived by Kim Yong Ju and Kim Jong Il. Although the WPK is organizationally similar to communist parties, in practice it is far less institutionalized and informal politics plays a larger role than usual.Kim Jong Un is the current WPK leader, serving as Chairman.
The WPK is committed to Juche, an ideology which has been described as a combination of collectivism and nationalism.
Price: 72.00 euro
Large standing plaster statue reinforced in the center with steel wire. Made somewhere in the 50s. On the back is the name of the artist. There are 2 cracks on the back of the feet, but these are no problem due to steel wire.
Price: 12.50 euro
Medal issued in 1970, the 100th. birthyear of Lenin (1870). The medal was made for the VEB Leuna Werke. Leuna is a district but Leuna is best known for the Leuna-Werke, a huge complex of chemical industry with an area of over 20 km². In 1970 Walter Ulbricht was the first secretary of the ruling Socialist Unity Party (SED) and head of state until he died in 1973. The text on the medal reads:”For Excellent Performance In Lenin Year”.
Statue of Lenin who is sitting at a desk with a book. The statue is signed. Also there is a inscription and the statue was a gift in 1971. The statue is made by Vladimir Sychev.
In 1960-1980-s Vladimir Sychev worked in monumental sculpture. For several decades he created over 300 works in bronze, granite and marble. Most notable, in particular, are high reliefs and bas-reliefs at metro stations “Frunzenskaya”, “Narva” and “Ploshchad Vosstaniya”. As well as a monument to SM Kirov at the Elektrosila plant, a bust of Lenin in the Tauride Palace, a sculptural composition and a light curtain In the Tauride Garden. Vladimir Sychev died in 1995, continuing to work until the last days. Unfortunately, in the post-Soviet years, many of his projects remained unrealized. However, the artist’s studio still keeps many sketches, models, busts, and small sculptural forms. Currently, in the creative workshop of his father, fruitfully works his son – sculptor Andrei Vladimirovich Sychev.
Price: 15.00 euro
Book with thoughts of Kim Il Sung. 38 pages and published in 1974. The full title is:”On The Character And Tasks Of The Trade Union In Socialist Society”.
This book once belonged to Andries Oele. Inside the book you’ll find the signature of him. Oele was a well-known and notorious radical Maoist in the 1970’s in the city of Rotterdam, The Netherlands. He always stood out by standing at the back of a hall at meetings and public gatherings (such as May 1 celebrations) and shouting his slogans (“Death to capital! Long live Marxism-Leninism! Long live Chairman Mao!”). While the many small communist splinter groups were happy with any soul they could recruit, they would rather lose Andries than get rich. Nevertheless he was a member of KORO (Communist Organization Rotterdam and Surroundings).
Andries Oele worked in construction so the left-wing intellectual Rotterdam got some appreciation for this: a real worker, after all.
In 1977 Oele was caught in bed with someone’s wife. Her deceived husband immediately took a gun and shot both Andries and his own wife. A double murder. A Dutch Maoist publisher was asked to clean out Oele’s house.
Behind the frontdoor he found a wonderful house that had been completely renovated as if it were a ship’s cabin. You had to duck to go inside and could look through portholes to other dark spaces. He collected all Oele’s books, almost entirely Marxist-Leninist works and works by old Dutch socialists, such as Troelstra and Domela Nieuwenhuis.
Price: 114.00 euro
Big heavy statue of Felix Dzerzhinsky. Quality piece and hard to find.
Felix Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky (1877-1926), nicknamed “Iron Felix”, was a Bolshevik revolutionary and official. Born into Polish nobility, from 1917 until his death in 1926 Dzerzhinsky led the first two Soviet state-security organizations, the Cheka and the OGPU, establishing a secret police for the post-revolutionary Soviet regime. He was one of the architects of the KGB.
Dzerzhinsky spent four and a half years in tsarist prisons. Dzerzhinsky was beaten frequently by the Russian prison guards, which caused the permanent disfigurement of his jaw and mouth. In 1916, Dzerzhinsky was moved to the Moscow Butyrka prison, where he was soon hospitalized because the chains that he was forced to wear had caused severe cramps in his legs. Despite the prospects of amputation, Dzerzhinsky recovered and was put to labor sewing military uniforms.
Felix Dzerzhinsky was freed from prison after the February Revolution of 1917. Lenin regarded Felix Dzerzhinsky as a revolutionary hero and appointed him to organize a force to combat internal threats known as Cheka. The Cheka undertook drastic measures as thousands of political opponents and saboteurs were eliminated. Besides his leadership of the secret police, Dzerzhinsky also took on a number of other roles; he led the fight against typhus in 1918, was chair of the Commissariat for Internal Affairs from 1919 to 1923, initiated a vast orphanage construction program, chaired the Transport Commissariat, organised the embalming of Lenin’s body in 1924 and chaired the Society of Friends of Soviet Cinema.
A 15-ton iron monument of Dzerzhinsky, which once dominated the Lubyanka Square in Moscow, near the KGB headquarters, also became known as Iron Felix.
Price: 132.00 euro
Very big and heavy statue of Nikolay Chernyshevsky and signed. Made of aluminium alloy.
Nikolay Gavrilovich Chernyshevsky (1828-1889) was a Russian revolutionary, materialist philosopher, writer, editor, critic, and socialist. He was the leader of the revolutionary movement of the 1860s, and had an influence on Vladimir Lenin, Emma Goldman, and Svetozar Marković. He graduated at the local seminary where he learned English, French, German, Italian, Latin, Greek and Old Slavonic.
At St Petersburg University he kept a diary of trivia like the number of tears he shed over a dead friend. It was here that he became an atheist. By the time he graduated from the university, Chernyshevsky developed revolutionary and materialist views. He saw class struggle as the means of society’s forward movement and advocated for the interests of the working people. In his view, the masses were the chief maker of history. He is reputed to have used the phrase “the worse the better”, to indicate that the worse the social conditions became for the poor, the more inclined they would be to launch a revolution.
Russian bolshevik Vladimir Ilyich Lenin praised Chernyshevsky: “..he approached all the political events of his times in a revolutionary spirit and was able to exercise a revolutionary influence by advocating, in spite of all the barriers and obstacles placed in his way by the censorship, the idea of a peasant revolution, the idea of the struggle of the masses for the overthrow of all the old authorities”
Price: 115.00 euro
Big cannon howitzer. Artillery, cannon handmade desk ornament made of brass on a plexiglass base with inscription. Wheels are made of wood and there are some cracks due to drying out over the years, but that also gives it character. Exceptionally beautifully made, see photos for details. The cannon can turn left and right.
Price: 125.00 euro
Flak Cannon howitzer
Artillery, cannon handmade brass desk ornament on a plexiglass base with inscription shield. The pedestal stands on 3 brass feet. Exceptionally beautifully made, see photos for details.
Brass tank, handmade, desk ornament. On a black pedestal of 3.2 kilo.
Nice piece of trench art of which almost everything is screwed, riveted and soldered.
Price: 102.00 euro
Size tank: 17x8cm./6.6×3.1inch.
Size base: 32.5×15.5cm./12.7×6.1inch.
Brass tank, handmade, desk ornament. Tank in brass on a plexiglass base. A pen can be placed on the right front. Left behind a piece of sleeve where other writing implements can be placed. Stands on 4 brass feet. 1 wheel missing.
Price: 71.00 euro
WWI tank with bullets photo frame. Beautifully made photo frame with faceted glass. Note how the hinges are made of balls and how glass can be placed in any position. Tank is made of wood, just like the pedestal. Dome can rotate.
Price: 90.00 euro
Size tank: 17×7.8cm./6.6x3inch.
Size base: 24.5×12.5cm./9.6×4.9inch.
Tank T-54 aluminum with brass lamps on a bare wooden base. The tank is handmade of aluminium with brass parts and steel tracks. Pedestal is made of oak and has an acrylic plate. Dome can rotate 360 degrees.
Price: 70.00 euro
Handmade Tank 1964. DDR Tank panzer amphibious border guards (Grenztruppen). GT- SPW-PSH (Schützenpanzerwagen). Tank is made of metal, the wheels, which are also handmade, are made of plastic.
Price: 114.00 euro
Brass tank with rubber tracks. Handmade model of which the dome can rotate. Nice patina.
Price: 150.00 euro
Soviet Union Submarine B400. NATO reportingname was Foxtrot. Submarine is made of ebonite with metal and brass parts and stands on a plexiglass bracket on an long ebonite base plate. A plate of white plastic has been incorporated in the nose. Submarine can be removed from the pedestal.
Price: 75.00 euro
Stylistic jet fighter jet Fully chromed. Particularly sleek design that fits into any interior. The statue was made somewhere in the 1960s and has no damage, only some pits in the chrome. This is a “swept wing” model which was the newest form at the time. Made of sheet material which is chromed after sanding and polishing.
Price: 46.00 euro
Bronze plane model.
Interesting Model which is made of bronze or brass and plastic propeller. Propeller disc can be unscrewed from the plane.
Price: 82.00 euro
Soviet model plane Iloeshin Il-2 Shtoermovik.
Aircraft stands on a beautifully shaped metal standard hammer blow sprayed with aluminum under plate and has a number and mark. The model can be placed in any position at the top by means of a ball weight. Aircraft is made of metal and plastic.. Aircraft stands on a beautifully shaped metal standard. Blow sprayed. With aluminum base and has a number and mark. The model can be placed in any position at the top by means of a ball weight. Aircraft is made of metal and plastic.
Price: 102.00 euro
Douglas DC-2 Bronze plane on marble. The first DC-2, the PH-AJU Uiver, became world famous for winning the first prize in the London-Melbourne air race in October 1934. Bronze plane with bronze bracket and marble base.
Aircraft has a nice patina, very old, some minor damage to the pedestal and 2 small casts in 1 of the propeller discs. The whole looks very nice.
Price: 35.00 euro
Model is made of aluminum and never finished. It was in a barn for decades. With a little work and a lick of paint you have a beautiful model and also a nice project.
Price: 23.00 euro
Polikarpov I-16 Soviet fighter. Metal handmade model in a special seaplane version. Cockpit can fold open. Introduced around 1935. These aircraft were the backbone of the Soviet Air Force at the start of the Second World War. In addition, the aircraft was also used in the Spanish Civil War and the Battle of Halhin Gol.
Price: 110.00 euro
Junkers Ju 87 Stuka Bronze with bombs. Quite rare to find a stuka dive bomber actually with bombs. Made of bronze with patina. Propeller can turn and can also be removed from the model.
Price: 65.00 euro
Short biography of Lajos Rotter Sr. (1901-1983).
Lajos Rotter’s interest in aviation became evident in his high school days, when he built elaborate aeromodels and spent his summer vacations in aircraft factories as an apprentice. His high school graduation coincided with the end of the First World War. After the war, he was enrolled in the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Technical University of Budapest. During his years at university, he studied broad aspects of aviation using his command of four languages. He was one of the founders of the Sportflying Association (MSrE) of the Technical University in 1921. His first book “Vitorlázórepülés” (Gliding) was published by the Hungarian Aero Association. When the Aviation Department of the Ministry of Transport invited designs for gliders in 1922 to a design competition, Rotter presented a design together with a fellow student István Ágotay. The design has been accepted.
His professional career more or less followed the pattern of the pre-war years, but after 1956 he was denied industrial posts. Between 1949 and 1952 he was technical director of the Hungarian aircraft repair shop Székesfehérvár. He was an acclaimed lecturer at the Technical University of Budapest in the field of precision engineering. He kept in touch with gliding and was active in several organizations promoting gliding: Hungarian Aviation Association, Aircraft Section of the Scientific Association for Mechanical Engineering, Association for Transport Sciences, Transport Museum, to name a few. After 1960, he occasionally flew in gliders abroad, but this activity of his was interrupted by a stroke that left him paralyzed. He died in 1983.
Price: 99.00 euro
Hungarian model of the Fecske Windglider. Handmade model of metal, presumably aluminum. Hand painted. Glider stands on a brass bracket with an aluminum base.
Type designation: EV.1.K. Name: Fecske. Designer: Young designers from the PGE. In 1964, a group of young engineers from the factory’s design office decided to create a performance glider that would surpass all previous Hungarian gliders. The design was started in 1965. The factory accepted the design and the team, which began operating in early 1967. The glider first flew on September 18, 1969. After the flight tests were completed, the Hungarian Glider Team began getting the glider for operational tests. In October 1970, the glider’s wings were cut off in flight due to a serious pilot error. The glider was destroyed and the pilot lost his life. No example has been built anymore.
Price: 81.00 euro
Handmade Gullwing Glider. Interesting model that requires more research. Is it a WW2 glider? Aircraft is made of polished aluminum and stands on a stone pedestal with an aluminum bracket. Aircraft can be removed from its bracket, it is also possible to turn the aircraft. Age-related scratches, dents and damage.
Jet Fighter Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17. NATO reporting name: Fresco F.F 1950. A lot of thought has gone into this model, look at the air intake, what a job making it that way. Few models of a MIG 17 have been made. The iconic MiG-15 was such a success that the MiG-17 and MiG-19 have been somewhat forgotten by trench art makers. Aircraft is made of aluminum and stands on an asymmetrical pedestal with a steel bracket. Pedestal is made of plastic and has a marble look green pen tray. Aircraft can be turned off its bracket, it is also possible to tilt the aircraft in different positions.
Price: 114.00 euro
Soviet jet Fighter MiG-15. Illuminated. NATO reporting name: Bassoon. The iconic MiG-15 handcrafted trench art.
Aircraft is made of metal and stands on a chrome base and bracket. Probably once worked on batteries, but now with a power supply, low current so 100% safe. It is illuminated with 2 bicycle lights, in the front and rear of the hull.
Price: 66.00 euro
Officers desk ornament 3R10 nuclear missile. FROG = Free rocket over ground. Cold war relic. Handicraft, chrome-plated on bakelite base.
Missile can be unscrewed from the launch platform. It stands on a chrome block which in turn stands on a bakelite block and fits together beautifully.
Price: 290.00 euro
Huge Mustang F-82 Twin Handcrafted metal model. Long range escort fighter and night fighter. Last American piston-engine hunter. Model is made with a lot of passion from zinc metal. After grinding, filling, sanding, etc., the color was sprayed and put in clear coat. Made to scale from original blueprints. Both cockpits can be opened.
Pedestal is also handmade, plane can be taken off the stand and is very sturdy so can stand on its own wheels.
Price: 500.00 euro
Bell P-39 Airacobra 1941. The Bell P-39 Airacobra was one of the most important American fighters in service when the United States entered World War II. The P-39 was used by the Soviet Air Force and enabled individual Soviet pilots to collect the highest number of “kills” attributed to an American fighter flown by a pilot in conflict. Other significant users of this type included the Free French, Royal Air Force, United States Air Force, and Italian Co-warring Air Force.
Designed by Bell Aircraft, it had an innovative layout, with the engine installed in the center of the fuselage behind the pilot. The propeller was driven by a long tractor shaft. It was also the first hunter to be equipped with a tricycle undercarriage.
Doors can open and the propeller and wheels can turn. The wheels are strong and the plane can stand without a stand. Entirely made of metal by hand! Propeller is also metal and mounted on brass shaft with brass nut.
Price: 130.00 euro
Size Plane: 12x10cm./4.7×3.9inch.
Size Base: 17.5x16cm./6.8×6.2inch.
The Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-87 Stuka Tactical dive bomber. Made of brass, metal and marble. This handmade model stands on a red marble pedestal and can be detached from the base and bracket. Photo frame holder is also made of brass and has a tulip shape.
Price: 114 euro
Size Plane: 21.3×18.8cm./8.3×7.4inch.
Size Base: 27.5×11.9cm./10.8×4.6inch.
This is not a model that could be bought but was released by Antonov design bureau. Antonov An-74 UK on a blue disc and blue base 50 years anniversary handmade desk ornament. Metal plane and metal ring. Both not magnetic. The number 50 and honorary branch are both made of aluminum. Blue disc and base with inscription are made of acrylic. Plane can be rotated to put in different positions.
Price: 78.00 euro
Handmade model of the Soviet airplane Sukhoi SU-9. More than likely made in the Soviet Union. On a chrome-plated brass. Heavy aircraft of a somewhat rarer model. Pedestal is very beautiful and has an asymmetrical shape that rises from low back to high at the front. Model is easy to remove from its bracket and can also be rotated, so placed at an angle.
Price: 198.00 euro
Very rare model plane of the Soviet Kalinin airplane. The first passenger airplane of Russia. Handmade.
Model is built of wood with metal parts and stands on a plexiglass asymmetrical base. Model can be removed from the pedestal, the propeller can rotate. 2 exhaust pipes that protrude just above the windscreens. Beautiful! On the pedestal is a brass plate with text. Model has minor damage, see photos. I expect a model that you will never encounter again.
The Kalinin K-2 was a Soviet aircraft designed and built by the designer Konstantin Kalinin. The aircraft was a variant of the predecessor K-1 with a more powerful engine and all-metal construction. The total weight of the structure significantly exceeded that of the planning. F.F. 1925, the first commercial flight took place in 1926. Only four were built.
Price: 138.00 euro
Handmade model of the German Junker Ju-88. The model is made in the Soviet Union in the 1960’s. The propellers and wheels can turn. Metal propellers are mounted on a brass shaft with brass nut.
The Ju-88 was a German Luftwaffe twin-engined fighter plane from World War II. Schnellbomber (fast bomber) that would be too fast for hunters of it’s time to intercept. One of the most versatile fighter planes of the war. Like a number of other Luftwaffe bombers, it served as a bomber, dive bomber, night fighter, torpedo bomber, reconnaissance plane, heavy fighter and at the end of the war as a flying bomb.
Price: 138.00 euro
Model of the Junkers Ju 87 Stuka divebomber, made in the 1960’s. It was a German dive bomber and ground attack aircraft. Designed by Hermann Pohlmann, it first flew in 1935. The Ju 87 made its combat debut in 1937 with the Luftwaffe’s Condor Legion during the Spanish Civil War and served in World War II.
The wheels are strong allowing the plane to be taken off the stand. Propeller is made of metal and mounted on a brass shaft with brass nut.
Junkers Stuka in action
Price: 26.50 euro
Poster folder army socialist Hungary with 39 pieces in folder. Army picture document series.
Hungarian folder with images of the Hungarian army. Released in 1980 and 40 years old. Nice solid cards that give a glimpse of what happened behind the iron curtain.
Price: 14.50 euro
Poster map Warsaw Pact with 32 pieces in band. Army pictures document series. Hungarian folders with images of 6 different countries, a total of 32 pieces in one binding. Images of the Warsaw Pact army’s of Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, DDR, Hungary and the Soviet Union. Made in 1976. We have 2 folders.
Price: 15.00 euro
Bronze Hungarian table medal with the image of Lenin. Issued in 1975. On the back of the medal there is the following text:”In Recognition Of Outstanding Political Work”
Price: 34.50 euro
The famous Berlin TV tower made in crystal. Crystal ornament on cobalt blue base with 2 minor corner damages. The back is made with a depth effect, very beautiful.
The tower was constructed between 1965 and 1969 by the government of the DDR. It was intended to be both a symbol of Communist power and of the city. It remains a landmark today, visible throughout the central and some suburban districts of Berlin. With its height of 368 metres (1207ft.) it is the tallest structure in Germany, and the third-tallest structure in the European Union.
Price: 78.00 euro
Size Plaque: 10.7cm./4.3inch.
Size Star: 15cm./5.9inch.
Beautiful old Hungarian shield from the communist party. Made for the party conference in 1948. The shield is placed on a wooden base plate in the form of a star. Heavy metal plaque with 3 men shaking hands, 1 with a sickle, the other with a hammer and the third with a document. It suggest the worker, the farmer and the intellectual. The plaque is signed on the bottom right.
Price: 78.00 euro
Lockheed XF-90 model plane. Handmade in the cold war era presumably in the Soviet Union. The plane is made of polished aluminium. The base is made of wood.
The Lockheed XF-90 was built in response to a US Air Force requirement for a long-range fighter and bomber escort. Lockheed was awarded a contract for two prototype XP-90s (redesignated as XF-90 in 1948). Two prototypes were built. The XF-90 never entered production.
Price: 66.00 euro
From a personal collection. Big, heavy Lenin glass vase. Beautiful made. The text on the vase reads:”100 Lenin 110″. On the back of the vase there is a little crack. That’s very unfortunate because this remarkable vase could very well be the only one in existence. But it is what it is.
Price: 69.00 euro
Beautiful desktop with the image of Deng Xiaoping. The desktop is made from wood and copper and in very good state. The text on the desktop reads:”Seek Truth From Facts”.
Deng Xiaoping (1904-1997) was a Chinese politician who was the paramount leader of the People’s Republic of China from 1978 until 1989. After Chairman Mao Zedong’s death in 1976, Deng gradually rose to power and led China through a series of far-reaching market-economy reforms, which earned him the reputation as the “Architect of Modern China”.
Deng studied and worked in France in the 1920s, where he became a follower of Marxism–Leninism. He joined the Communist Party of China in 1923. Upon returning to China, Deng joined the party organization in Shanghai, becoming a political commissar for the Red Army in rural regions. In 1931, he was demoted within the party due to his support of Mao Zedong, but was promoted again during the 1935 Zunyi Conference. By the late 1930s,
Deng was considered a “revolutionary veteran” because he participated in the Long March. Following the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, Deng worked in Tibet as well as in southwest China to consolidate Communist control. As the party’s Secretary-general in the 1950s, Deng presided over the Anti-Rightist Campaign launched by Mao and became instrumental in China’s economic reconstruction following the Great Leap Forward (1958–1960). However, his economic policies caused him to fall out of favor with Mao Zedong and he was purged twice during the Cultural Revolution.
Price: 25.00 euro
Unique propagandaworld watch with the image of Laika. Beautiful and in good working order. This watch is only available on Propagandaworld.
Laika was a Soviet space dog who became the first animal in space, and the first animal to orbit the Earth. Laika, a stray mongrel from the streets of Moscow, was selected to be the occupant of the Soviet spacecraft Sputnik 2 that was launched into outer space in 1957. Soviet scientists chose to use Moscow straydogs since they assumed that such animals had already learned to endure conditions of extreme cold and hunger.
Little was known about the impact of spaceflight on living creatures at the time of Laika’s mission. Some scientists believed humans would be unable to survive the launch or the conditions of outer space, so engineers viewed flights by animals as a necessary precursor to human missions. The experiment aimed to prove that a living passenger could survive being launched into orbit paving the way for human spaceflight and providing scientists with some of the first data on how living organisms react to spaceflight environments.
Price: 145.00 euro
The Desert Fox. Cockpit can be opened. Made of zinc.
The FW-190 flew with Erprobungskommando in North Africa and is a German single-seat, single-engine fighter aircraft used during World War II and became the backbone of the Luftwaffe’s Jagdwaffe (Fighter Force). The wheels are strong so the plane can be taken off the stand. Propeller is made of metal and mounted on a brass shaft with brass nut.
Price: 47.00 euro
Piece of ammo of a Soviet MiG fighter jet. The top of the shell is a old reproduction so the bullit is legal and safe. Made somewhere in the Soviet Union, probably in the 1960’s. The shell is mounted on a black plastic plate with inscription.
Price: 1.50 euro
Pin with the monument “The Bronze Horseman”. The text on the pin reads:”Leningrad Bronze Horseman”.
The Bronze Horseman a statue of Peter the Great in the Senate Square in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It has opened to the public on 7 (18) August 1782. Commissioned by Catherine the Great, it was created by the French sculptor Étienne Maurice Falconet.
The name comes from an 1833 poem of the same name by Aleksander Pushkin, which is widely considered one of the most significant works of Russian literature. The statue is now one of the symbols of Saint Petersburg.
Price: 65.00 euro
Bust from the Soviet Union, 1980 of Russian writer Mikhail Sholokhov. Made of aluminium. On the front there is the signature of the writer and the date 1980. On the back is the signature of the person who made the bust.
Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov (1905-1984) was a Soviet-Russian novelist and winner of the 1965 Nobel Prize in Literature. He is known for writing about life and fate of Don Cossacks during the Russian Revolution, the civil war and the period of collectivization, primarily in his most famous novel, And Quiet Flows the Don.
Price: 10.00 euro
Book from Bulgaria, 1988 written by Todor Zhivkov. The titel reads: “For Qualitatively New Growth For Deep Reconstruction In All Areas”. The book is about Perestroika, a political movement to reform communist governments.
Todor Khristov Zhivkov (1911-1998) was a Bulgarian communist statesman who served as the leader of the People’s Republic of Bulgaria (PRB) from 1956 until 1989 as General Secretary of the Bulgarian Communist Party. He is the youngest and second longest-serving leader in the Eastern Bloc.
Price: 78.00 euro
Russian soldiers, 1 injured. One with a gun, the other with a hand grenade. Statue is made of aluminum and has an inscription on the side but also on the bottom.
This monument is standing on the memorial site Mamayev Hill in Volgograd, formely known as Stalingrad. The memorial site is best known for the enormous statue “Motherland Calls”. The “Square of Heroes” part on this huge memorial site is a long waterpoul wich represents the river Volga wich was a stronghold of the Soviets in the battle of Stalingrad. Along the poul there are numerous statues and this is one of them.
The Mamayev hill was the highest point in Stalingrad and thus an important objective of the German Army during the battle of Stalingrad.
Fighting for this hill began on 13 September 1942, when German troops assaulted the fortified Mamayev, which was defended by the Soviet Army. When the Germans took the hill, they began firing on the centre of Stalingrad. The Soviets retook Mamayev on 16 September 1942, suffering extreme losses. The Germans assaulted the hill an avarage of 12 times a day and the hill changed several times of ownership during the battle. The German Army managed to take half of Mamayev hill on 27 September 1942. This situation remained unchanged untill the defenders’s relief by the Sovjet winter offensive on 26 January 1943 wich was a turning point on the Eastern Front.
Price: 15.00 euro
Handmade pennant. Made by somebody in 1979 to honor Stalin’s 100th. birthday. The pennant says:”Long Live The Great Stalin. Stalin Was A Great Authority For Us”.
Stalin was born in Georgia in 1878 under the name Josef Vissarionovich Djugashvili . When he was in his 30’s he took the name Stalin wich means “man of steel”. He joined the militant wing of the Bolsheviks led by Lenin. In order to fund the Bolsheviks he took part in several bank robbery’s.
When Lenin died in 1924 he took control and became leader of the Sovjet Union (founded in 1922 by Lenin). In 1942 Nazi Germany invaded the Sovet Union and gained much ground until they reached Moscow. Stalin refused to leave Moscow and after the battle of Stalingrad Stalins army’s defeated the germans until they reached Berlin. In 1953 he died ending his dictatorship.
Price: 0.25 euro
Matchbox label from the Soviet Union made late 50’s, early 60’s.
Shown is the “Worker and Kolkhoz Woman”.
The monument is 24.5 metres (78 feet) high, made from stainless steel by Vera Mukhina for the 1937 World’s Fair in Paris, and subsequently moved to Moscow. The sculpture is an example of socialist realism in an Art Deco aesthetic. The worker holds aloft a hammer and the kolkhoz woman a sickle to form the hammer and sickle symbol.