Lenghts of the submarines ranges from 26.5×31.5cm./10.4×12.4inch.
Weight all submarines together: 1465gr./53oz.


Soviet Russian USSR desk ornament, submarines with history. Everything from one person.
Submarine owner, Colonel P.P. Ivanov, served on the North Sea Fleet of the USSR. On special occasions he received handmade submarines. After the fall of the Soviet Union, he went to Slovansk with his family. Due to lack of money he sold his collection of submarines. Great unique collection!  3 submarines have an Inscriptions:
With metal shield: “For Colonel Ivanov P.P As a reminder of the communal service to the north whistle of S.N.Z.”
Text based on the sub, with red bracket: “To Colonel Ivanov P.P. of the military unit personnel of the support service 15010 in honor of the 47th anniversary 25.12.1968”
Inscriptions based on the nuclear sub:“To Colonel Ivanov P. P. of the Northern Fleet Red Banner Submarines, 30.10.67.”

Desktops 6 Submarines Soviet Union From 1 Person Colonel P.P. Ivanov

€ 800,00Price


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