This is a very rare find from the battle of Britain a engine bearing from the front of the Jumo engine behind the propeller blades. The bearing still retains a lot of its original colour and is in lovely clean condition it has very slightly bent to one side by the impact of the crash it has some rust and corrosion from being on the sea bed but still retains its brass colour and it has been very well cleaned and is perfect for display or any collection and so rare to get a part like this from a Battle of Britain German Stuka. This engine bearing believed to be from German Junkers JU87 Stuka dive bomber of 3/STG2 shot down on the 16th August 1940 and crashed in the sea of Selsey Bill during the Battle of Britain. The part comes with a A5 laminated information card with pictures.
Engine section of Junkers Jumo 211 engine were Recovered by fisherman in the English Channel believed to be of
German Ju87b-1 stuka dive bomber of 3/stG2 the plane was shot down at 1.00pm on the 16th August 1940 and crashed in to the sea west of Selsey Bill it was shot down by RAF Hurricanes of NO 43 Squadron and 601 Squadron. The crew Unteroffizier P.Bohn and Obergefreiter J.Bader both were picked up by Royal Navy launch and captured.
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