The text deals with models of vernacular architecture in collections of the Přelouč City Museum. The models were made by Antonín Pleskot (1909-1980), a native from Přelouč and a today less known author of vernacular architecture ́s models, in connection with the Přelouč Ethnographic Exhibition (1893) at the turn of the 20th century. The contribution also summaries his production. Pleskot produced historical and ethnographic models of different buildings for national heritage institutions and different museums throughout the then Czechoslovakia. His works were exhibited, among other places, in the National Museums in Prague and Bratislava, in the Moravian Museum in Brno, the Silesian Museum in Opava, the South-Bohemian Museum in České Budějovice and in Nitra.Pleskot was a member of the Marold Association of Fine Artists and took part in several exhibitions, including the Exhibition of Folk Art at the Hybernians´ Palace in Prague in 1953.