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identifying these periode metal cast models

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    Other angles of the presumed mosquito.
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    For me its a Messerschmitt 410

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    I think I agree with Nick.

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    Was thinking that makes more sense than a DH Mosquito for a German piece but again the model is a bit vague-possibly whoever made it was more familiar with the Mossie than the Me?

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    I'm not sure on the possible id of the second, the nose is way forward of the engines , even someone with a rudimentary knowledge or even a photo would at least get that feature right if copying a ME410, i'm starting to think its a non descript model

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    I think it is that pesky Mosquito...JMHO....Pete...
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