This is a group of 3 part very identifiable a aluminium airframe panel also a structure connector the main connector that held the main airframe bars together and a internal engine part with mag allow case which is part numbered. The panel has some black paintwork remains the structure connector has green paint remains all very clear to see they would have ripped and bent by the impact of the crash they all still retain a lot of original colour. The parts are still very solid not braking up or falling apart there original colours are nice and clear and they have been very well cleaned perfect for display or any collection the parts are 4-9 inches long in size and rare to get such nice group of battle of Britain Hurricane parts. The parts come from RAF Hurricane V7309 piloted by Sargent Alan Deller it was shot down on the 7th September 1940 over Kent and crashed in the village of Sutton Valance. A very nice group of relics from the famous battle of Britain Hurricane .The parts come with a A5 laminated information sheet with photograph of the pilot.
Alan Lawrence Martin Deller was born on 8th June 1920 in Lambeth, London and joined the RAFVR about October 1938 as an Airman u/t Pilot. He was called up on 1st September 1939, he completed his training at 5 FTS and arrived at 6 OTU Sutton Bridge on 6th July 1940 to convert to Hurricanes.
On 3rd August Deller was posted to 43 Squadron at Northolt. On the 12th he made a forced landing at Tangmere after an action over the Channel. On 7th September he baled out, unhurt, following a combat over Ashford. His Hurricane, V7309, crashed and burned out at Babylon Farm, Sutton Valence.
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