These planes are all metal and each has a ball-head pin glued to the underside. When combined with an alligator clip on a flight stand, this allows you to model the plane turning, diving and climbing (and crashing, as I often found out). The pins could also be snipped off flush with the plane without any damage if you fancy a different basing system.
First up are the British (left to right), with 11x Hurricanes (Mk1), 10x Halifax bombers and 6 x Spitfire Mk V. All are hand painted and decaled. I believe Bruce got these from John Stanoch when he first launched his "Squadrons" series of games (which I see was revived in 2010).
The Germans include (left to right above) 4x Heinkel He111 bombers, 12 x Dornier Do17 bombers and 8x Junkers Ju88 bombers. And they are joined by (left to right below) 12 x Focke-Wulf FW190s, 8x Messerschmidt Me110s, 8x Messerschmidt Me109s, 10x Junker Ju87s (Stukas) and 4x Focke-Wulf FW189s.
This set allows you to have "instance Battle of Britain". Bruce would like $100 for the lot and the postage in Canada or the US will be $15. I'll individually wrap each plane in bubblewrap for the shipping. Offers to email@example.com.