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PA302: 40mm Scale Holger Eriksson's Sports Mould: Javelin Thrower



  • Sports Series: Javelin Thrower mould PA302
  • Sports Series: Javelin Thrower
  • Javelin Thrower Tool used to make this mould. The castings will be similar to this.
Price:
€12.50 (inc Sales Tax) €10.16 (exc Sales Tax)
SKU:
PA302
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Condition:
New
Weight:
0.30 KGS
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Product Description

This is a 40mm scale black rubber mould that can cast a male Javelin thrower. This was designed to celebrate the 1972 Olympics in Munich. The champion Javelin thrower, Klaus Wolfermann from West Germany won the gold medal and his closest competitor was Jānis Lūsis from the Soviet Union.

Holger Eriksson, a famous miniature sculptor in the 60's and 70's, designed this mould, carving the original from wood, which shows his skill at anatomy and lightness of touch.

Kit 2000 casting accessories make a great complimentary purchase to this mould if you have not cast miniatures before. Adding extra Model Metal to your order will enhance your casting experience as one bar can cast up to 5 figures of this scale. No assembly is required as the figure casts in one piece.

Product Videos

Klaus Wolfermann vs. Janis Lusis - 1972 Olympics javelin throw final (02:28)
Klaus Wolfermann became a national hero when he won the Olympic gold medal by the smallest possible margin in front of his own people at Munich in 1972. Janis Lusis had set his second world record of 93.80 meters two month before the Games began. However, a few days before the Olympics began Wolfermann had hurled the spear 90.10 meters (295' 7"), which gave him great confidence. In the Olympic final Lusis took the lead in the opening round with 88.88 meters (291' 7"). However, in round four Wolfermann came close with 88.40 meters (290' 0"). On his next throw Wolfermann went one better and threw 90.48 meters (296' 10"). Lusis's last throw went just over 90 meters. Amid great tension, the measurement was finally announced as 90.46 meters (296' 9"). The balding and bearded German had won it. For more information please visit:http://www.nemethjavelins.hu or join us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NemethJavelins
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