Lost Warships of WWII 2002
Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Lost Warships of WWII 2002 Lost Warships of WWII 2002 10 - The Prince of Wales, bombed by the Japanese; Ark Royal torpedoed by a U-Boat; and Hood sunk by the Bismarck which in turn was sent into the depths by aircraft from Ark Royal. These great vessels are pictured and their demise described in this set by Rockwell which also features the Graf Spee, Scharnhorst, Yamato, Lexington and Roma. Size 68 x 37mm. Also available in a larger size.
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Lost Warships of WWII 2002

Issuer: Rockwell Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: The Prince of Wales, bombed by the Japanese; Ark Royal torpedoed by a U-Boat; and Hood sunk by the Bismarck which in turn was sent into the depths by aircraft from Ark Royal. These great vessels are pictured and their demise described in this set by Rockwell which also features the Graf Spee, Scharnhorst, Yamato, Lexington and Roma. Size 68 x 37mm. Also available in a larger size. Number of cards in set: 10

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