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  • Fantastically rare black Cross Insignia airframe section also original green paintwork taken at the time of crash from German Dornier Do17-3 work number 2669 shot down on the 31st August 1940 and crashed on Sandwich flats in Kent

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    This is a Fantastically rare Black Cross Insignia section the black and white painted cross remains and original green paintwork as well on its aluminium airframe panel which is part of either a fuselage or wing insignia cross more likely a wing cross as most of the fuselage burnt up in the fire. The part still retains most of its original colour and a lot of its original paintwork it has not been buried this is as it was taken from the plane at the time it has been cut off the plane for a souvenir and it has pencil written date on the back from the person who took it. The part is still very solid and has been very nicely cleaned the panel is 7 half-3 inches in size and is perfect condition for display or any collection and one of the rarest battle of Britain parts i have ever had it has been in a private collection for many years now available for the first time. The panel is from German German Dornier Do17-3 work number 2669 shot down on the 31st August 1940 and crashed on Sandwich flats in Kent and comes with 2X A5 laminated information card with pictures. This is only the 3rd bit of black cross i have ever had complete ones now go for thousands to give an idea of the rareness of the item.

    The plane was severely damaged in a fighter attack during a bombing sortie over Hornchurch.Also hit by ground fire prior to forced landing on Sandwich flats near Princes golf club at 1.40pm on the 31st August 1940.The aircraft was set alight by its crew and burned out.oberfeldwebel W.Lange,unteroffier F.Krostopotsch,feldwebel H.Berndt and feldwebel H.Wunsch all captured.

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