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  • Airframe Section with lots of green and black paintwork remains nice clean from RAF Mosquito work number DK325 of 105 squadron shot down during raid on German Gestapo headquarters in Oslo, Norway on the 25th September 1942.

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    This is a rare section of aluminium airframe panel with green camouflage paintwork on one side and black paintwork on the other very clear to see a lovely clean section .This  section which retains a lot of its original colour and is in nice solid condition it has ripped and bent by the impact of the crash it has been nicely cleaned it is perfect for display or any collection it is 10 inches long by 4 inches wide in size. The part comes from RAF Mosquito mark 2 number DD792 of NO 23 squadron shot down on the 16th February 1943 and crashed in Italy. The airframe comes with a A5 laminated information sheet and is very rare section from  RAF Mosquito work number DK325 of 105 squadron shot down during raid on German Gestapo headquarters in Oslo, Norway on the 25th September 1942.

    The plane attacked the Gestapo headquarters building in Oslo in Norway on the 25th September 1942 the mosquito was shot down by German focke wulf 190’s over Oslofjord. Both pilots flight Sargent G.K Carter and

    Sargent W.S Young both airmen are buried in Oslo Western Civil Cemetery.


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