Set of 8 Model Air colors in 17 ml. for painting the RAF fighter aircraft which participated in the major air battle of all times, “The Battle of Britain”, from the beginning in July 1940 to the final phase or “Night Blitz” in May 1941.
Dark Earth (BS 450): Combined with Dark Green and other colors, camouflage for the upper surface , used since 1937 and during the entire war on all types of aircraft and fronts. Dark Green (BS 241): Combined with Dark Earth or other colors for camouflage of the upper surface, used since 1937 and during the entire war on all types of aircraft and fronts. Sky Type S (BS 210): Lower color introduced in June 1940 for all kinds of aircraft and daytime use (RAF & FAA); also used for tactical markings, numbers and identification. Eau de Nil “Duck Egg Green” (BS 216): Lower color alternative for Sky Type S, much used at the beginning of the war for fighters and bombers with “Temperate Land” camouflage schemes, also for tactical markings. No. 1 Sky Blue “Duck Egg Blue” (BS 101): Lower color alternative to Sky Type S, at beginning of war in fighters and bombers with color scheme “Temperate Land”, Coastal Command and tactical markings. Night Black (BS 642): Lower parts of aircraft for daytime use combined with White and/or Aluminum or Sky Type S, from 1937 to April 1941. All lower surfaces of all kinds of aircraft for night use during the entire war. Interior Grey-Green (BS 283): Interior Color commonly used mostly on interior structures, cockpits and crew compartments on all types of aircraft of the RAF & FAA. Interior Grey-Green (FS 34373): Color variation for interior color BS 283, much used on interior structures, cockpits and crew compartments on all types of aircraft of the RAF & FAA.