Mitsubishi A6M Zero 'X-133'
This restored example of a World War Two Japanese Zero fighter aircraft is one of the few remaining Zero's. After the conclusion of the Pacific Theatre of World War Two, most surviving Japanese aircraft were destroyed where they lay, usually by burning. Those aircraft in more isolated areas were simply left to rust, often to be stripped for useful components by local indigenous populations. Some examples were shipped to Allied homelands (principally America and Australia) for technical study, but by the 1950s most of these had been sold for scrap.
During the 1970s, surviving examples of Japanese aircraft were often repaired, restored, and placed on public display. Some further examples were recovered from battle zones and, in a few cases, renovated to high standards. There are doubtless many more still corroding in jungle areas or under the sea.
Acrylic desk block size: 18cm x 14.4cm (3cm deep)
All Scott Leggo acrylic desks blocks are made locally in Australia. They are produced using the highest archival materials and processes to ensure your artwork lasts for years to come.
ACRYLIC - DESK BLOCK
Acrylic desk blocks give the print a three dimensional look and make excellent gifts. They are perfect for desks, bookshelves, and mantelpieces. These are printed on professional grade metallic photographic paper, using archival inks. It is then mounted on the back of an acrylic (plexiglass) block. It is finished with diamond polishing, buffing and a final hand polish. Since they are free-standing, no hanging system is required.
FREE DELIVERY AUSTRALIA WIDE
All Scott's acrylic desk blocks are delivered Australia wide free of charge. Postage rates apply for international delivery.
We hold limited stocks. Your acrylic desk block will be dispatched within 2 business days if we have it in stock. If not, it will be made to order and dispatched within approximately two weeks.