Giesbers Models 1/76
Den Bels 1/72
Dutch Manufacturer in Resin / Casted in Holland
The models are from a high quality, clean cast in resin and without air bubbles.
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Giesbers Models / Den Bels Pricelist October 2011
Giesbers Models 1/76
Kit 001 - Marmon-Herrington MK3 - master by Andrew Crutchley
Kit 002 - Marmon-Herrington MK3A - master by Andrew Crutchley
Marmon Herrington MK3 - Mk3A
The Mk3A has a different radiator and rear end compared with the Mk3 version.
These Armoured cars were made in South Africa during WWII and were used in
large numbers not only in the desert war but also in the Far East. Captured
vehicles were used by the Germans as well as the Japanese.With these two
models as a basis a large number of conversions can be made. For example
the Germans used a turretless captured vehicle and the allies one with the
turret removed and replaced by a 2pdr AT gun.
Kit 003 - Morris-Commercial C9/B S.P. with 40mm Bofors - master by Andrew Crutchley
Carrier S.P. 4x4 40mm A.A.(Bofors)
This is a model of the 40 mm Bofors on the Morris-Commercial C9/B. The
kit consist of a large number of cleanly cast parts.
The vehicle can be made in travelling or in firing position with the stabilising jacks out.
Kit 004 - C.M.P. Ford Canada with 40mm Bofors - Photo by Hans van Oerle and master by Andrew Crutchley
C.M.P. Ford Canada 40mm Bofors S.P.
This model shows the 40mm Bofors gun fitted on the Ford F60B chassis.
The kit follows the same lines as the model above. All parts were cleanly
cast. Be careful when removing the excess resin, some parts are easily damaged.
Kit 005 - CMP/Ford with triple Oerlikon - master by Andrew Crutchley
CMP Ford with triple Oerlikon
The triple Oerlikon on CMP/Ford chassis. - *TIP* - As a simple conversion you can fit the triple gun mount on the chassis of the British Crusader
tank, only a few of these were made.
Kit 006 - AEC 10 Ton, 6x6, Heavy Artillery Tractor - master by Mike Bell
Kit 007 - Weasel M29 Cargo Carrier - master by Hans van Oerle
Kit 008 - Weasel M29C - master by Hans van Oerle
M29 Cargo Carrier
The carrier was originally designed as a vehicle for use in arctic terrain, this with the idea of a future invasion of Norway in mind. The vehicle
could float but had only a very limited freeboard and a low speed in water.
The M29C had floatation tanks fitted to the front and rear, because of this there was a bigger freeboard and less resistance in the water so
the speed in the water increased. Also two rudders were fitted on the rear to improve the steering while in the water
Kit 009 - Daf 139 Amphibious car - The correct model - Photo and master by Hans van Oerle
DAF amphibious car.
The DAF 139 amphibious car was under development for the Dutch army in 1939/40.
Only one prototype was made and tested, it seems it disappeared without a trace during the fighting in may 1940. Perhaps it is still hidden
somewhere in a barn?
Kit 010/011 - Marmon Herrington T14 and T16 - Photo by Hans van Oerle and master by Andrew Crutchley
Marmon-Herrington T14 and T16
The masters for these two models were made by Andrew Crutchley, the only difference between the two versions is the location of the turret. These tanks were originally ordered by the Netherlands Purchasing Commission but after Pearl Harbour the contracts were taken over by the US army. Although called the worst tank made in the USA they used it for a long time for training and security duties.
Kit 012 - US M37 HMC - Photo by Hans van Oerle and master by Andrew Crutchley
US M37 HMC.
Together with Milicast's M19 AA vehicle and M41 Gorilla and Hasegawa/Matchbox Chaffee tank this makes the light combat team based on the M24
Kit 013 - Morris C9 FWD Truck
Kit 014 - Marmon Herrington MK3 (late) with 25mm Hotchkiss
Kit 015 - Marmon Herrington MK3 (late)
Marmon-Herrington Mk.III late.
Two versions of this armoured car, the normal version and the turretless version armed with a french 25mm Hotchkiss A.T. gun.
Both versions are based on the earlier Marmon-Herrington armoured cars, the fitting of wheels and hull is improved
Kit 016 - Vickers Amphibian used in the old former state "Netherlands Indie" - (Master by HenkofHolland)
Vickers Light amphibious tank.
The Vickers amphibious tank was a commercial design, it was used by the Chinese and also bought/copied by the USSR.
This is the Dutch version as used in very small numbers by the KNIL- the Dutch East Indies Army.
Kit 017 - Assault Gun T14
Kit 018 - 'Skink' 20mm AA Tank
Kit 019 - CMP Chevrolet 6x6 Gun Tractor
Kit 020 - Dutch Ford -Trado gun carrier
Kit 021 - Light tank Mk VIII Harry Hopkins - (Master by HenkofHolland)
Kit 022 and 22a - Alecto 95mm howitzer or 6 pounder (2 versions - combination kit) - (Master by HenkofHolland)
Kit 023 and 23a - Alecto artillery tractor tracked or wheeled (2 versions - combination kit) - (Master by HenkofHolland)
Kit 024 - Alecto Dozer (used in wartime) - (Master by HenkofHolland)
Model built by Aart Hoogenstrijd
Kit 025 - Alecto amphibian version - (Master by HenkofHolland)
Kit 026 - T 18E2 Boarhound Armored Car - (Master by Hans van Oerle)
Kit 027 - Ford Truck 1936 with 2 pontoons - Dutch Army before WWII - (Master by Henk of Holland)
Kit 028 - Dutch Ford V8, Type 50/51 1936/39, with DAF-Trado - (Master by HenkofHolland)
Kit 029 - Morris Commercial CDF - 6-wheel truck
Kit 030 - Deerhound Armoured Car - (master by Hans van Oerle)
Kit 031 - Dutch Vickers 7.5 TL nr.1 AA Gun - (master by Hans van Oerle) - gun for kit 020
Vickers 7.5 cm AA Gun
The British firm of Vickers designed this Anti-Aircraft gun in the early 1930's. It was employed by the Dutch Army under the designation 7.5 TL, TL is an abbreviation of "Tegen Luchtdoelen" meaning anti-arial targets. The Dutch guns were license built by the state owned firm of Artillery Inrichtingen and came into service from 1935 onwards. They were the mainstay of the Dutch anti-aircraft defences. Prior the outbreak of the war the Dutch Army also acquired 7,5 cm Skoda AA guns. Therefore the designation 7,5 TL was changed into 7,5 TL nr1.
The guns were towed by Trado equipped Chevrolet and Ford artillery tractors (Giesbers kit no.20). These tractors carried the entire the gun crew and ammonution.
In May 1940 the German air force lost about 300 aircraft to AA-guns during their operations over The Netherlands. Roughly a 110 losses are credited to the Dutch heavy anti-aircraft guns included, among other, the 7,5 TL. After the surrender of the Dutch army, the guns were taken over by the German army who employed them under the designation 7,5 Flak Vickers M35(H). Other users of this type gun were China, Finland and Denmark. Captured Denmark guns were also employed by the Germans but were designated 7,5cm flak(D).
In Dutch service the guns were painted dull olive green, exept for the barrel and the gun cradle, which received a dark brown anti-corrosive coating.
Kit 032 - Ford PAG Tractor 1938 - Dutch Service
Kit 033 - Ford PAG Tractor 1939 - Dutch Service
Kit 034 - Vickers Idependent - master by Hans van Oerle
Model built by Mauro Traverso
For an "Dr. Michael Brodhaecker" preview about kit 034 Vickers Idependent visit:
For an "Robin Buckland" preview about kit 034 Vickers Idependent visit:
Kit 035 - Canadian Wheeled Carrier "Caplad"
Kit 036 - Dodge WC59 telephone repair with K38 trailer
Kit 037 - Indian Pattern carrier Mk.IIA
Kit 038 - Marmon-Herrington MK VI - master by Hans van Oerle
Kit 039 - Dutch KNIL Vickers Carden Lloyd utility tractor 47mm ATG and crew - (master by Hans van Oerle / figures by Mario Wens)
Kit 040 - Vickers Medium MK-III - announced/new kit - (master by Hans van Oerle)
Model built by Dimitry Alexeev
For an "Dr. Michael Brodhaecker" preview about kit 040 - Vickers Medium MK-III visit:
Kit 041 - Ford V8 heavy transport Dutch army 1940
Kit 042 - N.L.E. Trenching Machine Mark 1 - master by Hans van Oerle - (figur by Mario Wens)
Kit 044 - Carden-Loyd Mark I, Mark I* (Star) One Man Tankette - master by Hans van Oerle
Kit 045 - Breda 32 - (master by Andrew Crutchley)
Kit 046 - Tog 2
Model built by mauro traverso
Kit 047 - Munition Schlepper VK501 "Weserhutte" - early - (master by Andrew Crutchley)
Kit 048 - Munition Schlepper VK501 "Weserhutte" - Late - (master by Andrew Crutchley)
Kit 049 - Kaetzchen - (CKD Kätzchen - Auto Union) - (engine on leftside) - (master by Andrew Crutchley)
Kit 050 - Dodge WC-60 Emergency Repair M2
Kit 051 - CMP Ford with Polsten Quad
Kit 052 - 20mm Polsten Quad
Kit 053 - Bedford MWG AA MKI/II with 20mm Polsten AA gun
Kit 054 - CMP 15cwt with 20mm Polsten AA gun
Kit 055 - 20mm Polsten AA gun (2pc)
Kit 056 - Mark II Birch Gun
Kit 057 - Morris Mantel - (master by Hans van Oerle)
Kit 058 - Bob Semple tank (New Sealand) - (master by Hans van Oerle)
Kit 059 - T20
Kit 060 - T20E3
Kit 061 - T23 pilot no.1
Kit 062 - T23
Kit 063 - T23E3
Kit 064 - Vickers L1E3
Kit 065 - Dutch Ford 1939 commandowagen
Kit 066 - Burford Kegresse
Kit 067 - Killen-strait
Kit 068 - M5 tractor - early
Kit 069 - Dutch Ford 1937 cargo
Post War Vehicles 1/76
Kit 501 - M44 155mm Self-propelled Gun
Kit 502 - Oxford carrier command (2 options)
Kit 503 - Oxford carrier 6pdr tractor
Kit 504 - Oxford carrier 17pdr tractor
Kit 505 - Oxford carrier Bat tractor & 120mm rec.rifle
Kit 506 - Czech OT-810
Giesbers Models - Figuresets
Kit F01 - Dutch soldiers and farmer
"Den Bels Models" Resin in 1/72
This kits are also released by Giesbers Models
Kit DBLS01 - Unic P107 Leichter Schutzenpanzer
Kit DBLS02 - HKp 606 Demag Light Halftrack - Prototype (The four "HK" masters from Alfred van Netburg)
Kit DBLS03 - Unic P107 U304(F) Leichter Schutzenpanzer
Kit DBLS04 - Steyr 640 Ambulance
Kit DBLS05 - Steyr 640 mannschafts wagen (2 options)
Kit DBLS06 - Marmon-Herrington MK IV - master by Hans van Oerle
Kit DBLS07 - Austin MK.II Armoured car - master by Hans van Oerle
Kit DBLS08 - Dutch Ford keukenoplegger (kitchen trailer) 1940
Kit DBLS09 - Poplavko-Jeffrey Armoured car - master by Michel Boer en Peter Przybylka
Kit DBLS10 - Fiat Ansaldo - master by Hans van Oerle
The 1925 Ansaldo armored car was produced in prototype version only, and was based on a Pavesi heavy tractor. It was armed with a 45mm cannon.
Length 4600 mm, width 2600 mm, height 2900 mm, wheels 1500 mm diameter, weight 8250 kg, max speed 40 kmh, crew 3, motor Fiat model 634, 6 cylinder,
8310 cc, 75 HP. - (info mailer.fsu.edu)
Model built by Tony Ivey
The kit is straight out of the box, except that I added a figure, detailed the hatch and replaced the steering control arms with plastic rod.
Painting was done with a pre-shading coat, then the base coat, then a dry-brush coat for the camo. After that I highlighted the rivets and other
details with a light gray pencil. The suspension was painted gunmetal first, and then a dry brush of aluminum. Dull-Cote between each painting layer
and after all decals were applied to seal them in.
Cheers, Tony "Panzer 1946" Ivey
Kit DBLS11 - Fiat 2000 - master by Hans van Oerle
Model built by Jaroslav Kotlaba
Model built by Axel Wech
Kit DBLS12 - Canadian AutoCar - master by Hans van Oerle
For an "Alvin Perkins" review about kit DBLS12 - Canadian AutoCar visit:
"On the Way" Website
For an "Robin Buckland" review about kit DBLS12 - Canadian AutoCar visit:
Kit DBLS13 - Ford 3ton Tank M1918 - master by Hans van Oerle
Kit DBLS14 - 12,8cm Pak 44 Waffentrager Krupp I
Kit DBLS15 - Krupp / Ardelt Waffentrager 105mm LeFH-18
Kit DBLS17 - Braat Overvalwagen (NL KNIL) type Chevrolet - (master by Andrew Crutchley)
Kit DBLS18 - Braat Overvalwagen (NL KNIL) type Ford - (master by Andrew Crutchley)
Kit DBLS19 - Leight Traktor - (master by Hans van Oerle)
Kit DBLS20 - Leight Traktor Versorgungsfahrzeug - (master by Hans van Oerle)
Kit DBLS21 - Rheinmetall Gross Traktor II - (master by Hans van Oerle)
This is the predecessor of Dragons Neubaufarzeug, only a few vehicles were built in secret they were tested in Russia during the 1930s
Kit DBLS22 - Camion Blindado 4x2 no,1 "Nerva"
Kit DBLS23 - Camion Blindado 4x2 no.2 "Blindado Talleres Mina de Riotinto"
Kit DBLS24 - Leichter SchutzenPanzerWagen (3,7cm Pak36) auf Unic P-107
Kit DBLS25 - Leichter SanitatsPanzerWagen auf Unic P-107 gepanzert
Kit DBLS26 - Leichter GranatwerferPanzerWagen auf Unic P-107 gepanzert
Kit DBLS27 - Magirus ARW
Kit DBLS27 - Magirus ARW
Model built by Joe Turchick
Kit DBLS28 - Fiat 2000 Mod.34
Kit DBLS29 - Soerabaja stadswacht overvalwagen
Kit DBLS30 - Unknown
Kit DBLS31 - Marmon Herrington Mk.I
Kit DBLS32 - Adler Panzer-attrappe
Kit DBLS33 - Landsverk M38
Kit DBLS34 - Pansarbil M/41
Kit DBLS35 - Landsverk L-180
Kit DBLS36 - Landsverk L-180 modernized
Kit DBLS37 - Pansarbil M39/40 / Landsverk Lynx
Kit DBLS38 - Holt one man tank 1918
Kit DBLS39 - Tank Mk.IX "Pig"
Built model by Axel Wech
Kit DBLS40 - Tank Mk.IX "Duck"
Kit DBLS41 - H.M.L.S. centipede "Mother"
Kit DBLS42 - Mark B
Model built by Axel Wech
Kit DBLS43 - Sturmpanzerwagen Oberschlesien
Kit DBLS44 - Dutch Ford 1939 munitie transport
Kit DBLS45 - Mark C
Kit DBLS46 - Mark C Male
Kit DBLS47 - Skeleton tank
Kit DBLS48 - No.1 Lincoln Machine
Kit DBLS49 - C.L.B. Tracklayer 75
Kit DBLS50 - The Great Panjadrum
Kit DBLS51 - Schofield Mk.II
Post War Vehicles
Kit DBLS200 - DAF YP-408 PW-I - (master by Hans van Oerle
Kit DBLS201 - DAF YP-408 GWT Ambulance - (master by Hans van Oerle)
Kit DBLS202 - DAF YP-408 PW-AT - (master by Hans van Oerle)
Kit DBLS203 - DAF YP-408 MT with 120mm mortar - (master by Hans van Oerle)
Kit DBLS204 - DAF YA-328 Artillery tractor - (master by Hans van Oerle)
Kit DBLS205 - DAF YA-328 Cargo - (master by Hans van Oerle)
Kit DBLS206 - DAF YA-126 - (master by Hans van Oerle)
Kit DBLS207 - DAF YA-126 Ambulance - (master by Hans van Oerle)
Kit DBLS208 - Magirus 8-rad (Germany) - (master by Hans van Oerle)
For more information and ordering:
The series of 1/76 scale models by Giesbers Models and the 1/72 scale from "Den Bels" both from the Netherlands, are aviable by:
"Tracks and Troops" - (GiesbersModels)
"Tracks and Troops" - (DenBelsModels)
Black Lions Modelshop
For email contact:
E-mail to Jan Giesbers - (Giesbers Models / Den Bels)
Email to HenkofHolland:
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