My military friends cannot agree on what jet this is, so I will let you be the judge. Regardless, it is well-made. The solid metal construction has an abundance of tiny brass screws holding the projectiles / missiles to the undercarriage making it a hefty 1lb 4 oz. The 2 inch diameter base is the Earth's northern hemisphere with a curved brass arm holding the jet in a soaring posture. The base has a felt bottom. There are 9 projectiles / missiles as payload. The sleek fighter body is silver in color with brass-colored (or brass) features. There are two nose wheels and two wing wheels in the brass tone. Measurements: nose to table 4 inches; wingspan 5 inches; nose to tail 7 3/8 inches. The battery clock face bears the name Xanadu. The quartz movement was made in Japan. The back of the clock is marked China. It is attached to the jet by 2 tiny screws. The clock is not functioning and evidently needs a battery. The clock is 7/8 inch in diameter. I can easily see this on the desk of any person interested in military aviation. Make it the gift no one else thought of.
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