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  • Very rare Propeller blade remains, maker marked, original colours from German Junkers Ju88 bomber work number 2206 on night intruder raid over England it was shot down by anti-aircraft fire on the 9th December 1940 and crashed in to Epping Forest

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    This is a Very rare Propeller blade remains which is the remains of the wooden blade itself in the boss this main holder which attached the blade to the hub on the inside of the boss it still has clear to see maker markings and numbers. The blade ripped off by the impact of the crash but is still very solid and heavy the wooden blade remains is not braking up or falling apart the metal boss still retains a lot of original colours and has been very nicely cleaned the propeller is 8 inches tall and 10 inches wide in size and is perfect condition for display or any collection. The blade is from German Junkers Ju88 bomber work number 2206 on night intruder raid over England it was shot down by anti-aircraft fire on the 9th December 1940 and crashed in to Epping Forest during battle of Britain and come with 2xA5 laminated information cards with pictures. 

    German Junkers Ju88 bomber work number 2206 on night intruder raid over England it was shot down by anti-aircraft fire on the 9th December 1940 at 12.45am it crashed near the Wake Arms public house in Epping Forest, Essex. All the crew were killed in the crash there was a major recovery in 1976.

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    Junkers Ju 88 - Wikipedia