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  • Very rare unit badge remains, aluminium airframe panel lots of paintwork from German Messerschmitt 110 work number 3309 Z/B 26 shot down on the 2nd of September 1940,crashed Birling in Kent

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    This is a very rare aluminium airframe panel which is the remains of the unit badge the red and black shield with white border from the front nose of the aircraft. The panel which is a structure section it is covered in a lot of its original grey/green paintwork around the edges and the red and white badge remains in the middle all very clear to see so very rare to get in this condition unit badge insignia from a German aircraft. The panel does have some dirt on it still but not very much it has been very well cleaned and has a lot of original colour it is in nice solid condition it has ripped and bent by the impact of the crash but is perfect for display or any collection it is 15 inches long by 6 inches wide in size. The part comes from German Messerschmitt 110 from stab 2/Zerstorergeschwader 26 work number 3309 shot down on the 2nd of September 1940 and crashed near the village of Birling in Kent. A very rare unit badge remains from the famous battle of Britain and German Messerschmitt 110 that took part in it. The panel comes with a A5 laminated information sheet with pictures. 

    Messerschmitt 110 from 2/ZG26 work number 3309, coded U8 + DK, shot down on the 2nd of September 1940.

    The plane was on a combat mission over Kent. The aircraft crashed in to White horse Woods near to Birling in Kent. Crewmen Feldwebel Schuetz was killed and Gefreiter Steuwe bailed out and was captured wounded. The Messerschmitt 110 was shot down by Sergeant Bill Rolls of 72 Squadron flying out of RAF Biggin Hill he survived the war and won the DFC,DFM,AE he died in July 1988.

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