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In the Doxaerie site you will find two galleries of fine hardwood models naturally finished, one of painted models, a card model gallery, guest and historical model galleries,  model restoration photo essays and gallery, a photo essay on the Doering brothers' models of the Thirties and Forties, a history of the Dyna-Model wood and metal kits of the Forties and Fifties, an essay on model building as sculpture, a general sculpture gallery, aviation related poetry, aviation and model building bibliographies and links, and a sales and service page.

NEW!  In this update:              

        *A new model of the Rearwin Speedster.
        *A general sculpture gallery including unusual toys.
        *Cast metal fittings, some from the Thirties.

OTHER RECENT ADDITIONS:       
        *Restorations and reproductions: A Boeing Stratoliner, a Dyna-Model reproduction of the Grumman Bearcat,  a WWII era Strombecker spotter model Douglas A-20 , and an interesting corrugated metal Ford Trimotor.
        * There are photos of two inlaid toy boxes in the new Sculpture Gallery.
        *More models in the Guest Gallery including color photos of rare V.J.G. Woodason WWII era models, a Spitfire Vb and HE 100.
         *Metal fittings sets for two Dyna-Model kits are found in the Sales and Service page and a once only offer on a Boeing F4B-3 by noted model builder and artist Ed Jenkins.

 

SPECIAL NOTE:  Due to excessive backlog, Doxaerie is not at this time accepting further restoration commissions.