One bomber base peg and five bomber flight pegs. Body of peg 13mm tall, 9mm wide, with ~6mm long x ~2mm wide extension. The second photo is a comparison with a Wings of War peg. The third photo is the group in a stack. Please note, the overall fit of these pegs is loose. They were designed that way to allow for a couple layers of primer, paint and clear coat. Once painted, the fit can be very tight.
This is an AGO C.II seaplane model, based on the version that had the Benz engine. It differs from the other AGO seaplane in that this has a two-bladed prop, exhaust on the right-hand side of the engine, fuel tank on the left between the cabane struts, and a radiators mounted on the fuselage.
This is an AGO C.II seaplane, based on the version that had the Mercedes engine. It differs from the other AGO seaplane in that this has a four-bladed prop, exhaust on the left-hand side of the engine, fuel tank on the right, and a radiator mounted behind the pilot between the engine and wing.