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ESVAL MODELS: FINE QUALITY, MODEL CARS.

 

Esval Models is an American-based, model car company. Their head office, where design and development is carried out, is in New York.

The models are supplied from their Europea office in Germany.

 

The models are made in China and are of high-quality resin, together with photo-etched parts. Presented plinth-mounted, then covered by a Perspex display case, inside a window box. They are of high-quality and exquisitely detailed.

 

Each model is produced as a limited edition of, usually, 500 - 1,000 and each comes with a numbered certificate, which contains details of the actual car, on the reverse side.

 

Since their introduction, a few years ago, Esval Models have proved to be very popular with collectors, throughout the world.

 

British Heritage Models is proud to offer Esval Models to our discerning customers and the list of available models will be added to, as time passes.

 

 

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sold out 1929 CORD L-29 HAYES FOR COUNT ALEXIS DE SAKHNOFFSKY, LTD. ED. 1000.

1929 CORD L-29 HAYES FOR COUNT ALEXIS DE SAKHNOFFSKY, LTD. ED. 1000. - £59.99

Superbly handbuilt and exquisitely detailed in high quality resin. SCALE 1:43.
Item out of stock, please contact us for future availability.

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1934 HISPANO SUIZA J12 HALF OPEN DROPHEAD, LTD. ED. 500.

1934 HISPANO SUIZA J12 HALF OPEN DROPHEAD, LTD. ED. 500. - £59.99

Superbly handbuilt and exquisitely detailed in high quality resin. SCALE 1:43.

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sold out 1937 DUESENBERG SJ TOWN CAR OPEN, ROLLSON FOR BAUER, LTD. ED. 500.

1937 DUESENBERG SJ TOWN CAR OPEN, ROLLSON FOR BAUER, LTD. ED. 500. - £59.99

Superbly handbuilt and exquisitely detailed in high quality resin. SCALE 1:43.
Item out of stock, please contact us for future availability.

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         Esval Models : fine quality, model cars for the discerning collector.

 

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