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Toy airship named 'Macon' made of tinplate

Toy airship (Dirigible), 'Macon', tin plate, made by KK, Japan, c. 1930 A tin plate streamlined airship named 'Macon' decorated in a pink and blue body with red and yellow stripes. It has a gondola underneath to carry passengers which is painted in red and yellow and blue. There are three engine compartments that are painted in red at the base of the airship. The tail of the airship has a horizontal blade that has yellow stars with a blue circle around it and a yellow base for decoration and the vertical blade is the same colour as the body of the ship. Printed along the side of the airship in red bold letters is 'MACON'.

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(Accession num: 85/2571-103)

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