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Joseph, newspaper seller

ref.: FLM118043

32.40 € incl. VAT 27.00 € excl. VAT

Hand-painted 1/18 resin figurine representing a newspaper seller at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

His bag contains the associated newspapers and posters. He wears a uniform consisting of a jacket and pants as well as a paper hat in the colors of Maine Libre. Joseph is also equipped with a coin collector in charge of sorting the money. He sells the Maine Libre edition of June 18, 1966, which headline is "Ford à l'assaut de Ferrari" (Ford attacks Ferrari).

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BrandLE MANS miniatures


Race24 Heures du Mans 1966




Datasheet Joseph, vendeur Maine Libre 1966

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