I would refer you to my book which was illustrated with every one of the Eagle ships but it is long out of print and very hard to come by. Instead here is a list of the models. NOTE: This list is not accurate in that NONE of the kits ever had a Factory kit number associated with them. Some of the kits had more than one model in the box like the submarines (there were five subs in the box). Depending on what you count there were about thirty six kits in all. Some of the models may have been done by the liquidators as they don't seem to have the normal kit features. Here is the unedited list:
I meant Eaglewall - the Pyro use was simply a brain fart. That being said, I didn't know Eaglewall ever did these....
Pyro never used these particular molds (Eagle). In fact, Eagle (later Eaglewall) created ALL of the 1:1200 molds that were later used by Pyro EXCEPT the US and Japanese models (2 molds each). Lots of confusion about all this but EAGLE is the originator NOT Pyro! What made you think these were Pyro's?
I don't think they were ever produced by Pyro - only by Eaglewall.