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Admiral Prune

A piece of fuselage skinning from Lancaster ED357 with the original black paint that was shot down over Holland in June 1943. - painted as Guy Gibson Admiral Prune W4118.

Size is 28 cm wide x 28 cm tall. Cut from this large piece of skinning

Price is £150 plus P&P
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L for Leader

Original Avro Lancaster lower wing piece from a Canadian plane made by Victory. The inspectors stamp and part number can be seen.

Painted with the Kangaroo playing bagpipes that is currently on the BBMF lancaster in the memorial flight. The original Lancaster was W5005 and flew with 460 squadron coded AR-L "Leader" and completed nearly 100 missions before ditching in the Humber Estuary.
http://www.aerialcombat.co.uk/2016/10/two-new-paint-schemes-for-bbmf-lancaster.html

The panel is 23cm high by 38cm long and 5 cm deep.

Price £160 plus P&P
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S for Sugar

A section of fuselage skinning from a WW2 AVRO Lancaster ED357 that was shot down over Holland in June 1943.

Painted as S for Sugar with the caption “No Enemy Plane” as painted on R5868 the Lancaster at the RAF museum at Hendon. Painted as the aircraft with 102 missions as she was flown by RAAF 467 Squadron at Waddington. She was subsequently repainted when as the gate guard at Scampton and again at Hendon ( all slightly different).

A very large piece of Lancaster.

Size is 76 cm wide x 28.5 cm tall.

Price is £250 Plus P&P
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Madam X
A section of fuselage skinning from a WW2 AVRO Lancaster ED357 that was shot down over Holland in June 1943.

Painted as Madam X KB747 which flew with 425 squadron and based upon Milton Caniff’s Male Call cartoon character.


Size is 47 cm high x 26.5 cm wide.

Price is £190 Plus P&P
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Sky Floosie

A section of bomb bay wall from a WW2 Lancaster. This part has the original grey green paint to the rear. It is from the rear of the bomb bay beside the viewing port.

Painted as Sky Floosie LM625 which flew with 44 squadron and based upon a Varga Esquire Calendar girl. Panel will come with details of the aircraft this panel came from.

Size is 29 cm high x 17 cm wide.

Price is £150 Plus P&P
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Diggers

A section of fuselage skinning from a WW2 AVRO Lancaster ED357 that was shot down over Holland in June 1943. The black paint is the original paint from WW2. The aircraft lay at the bottom of a Dutch inland sea for 70 years.

Painted as the RAAF Lancaster Diggers with cartoon characters Bluey and Curley

Size is 22cm high x 35cm wide.

Price is £160 Plus P&P
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Madam X

A section of armour plating from the engine firewall from a ww2 Lancaster. This part has several part numbers to the rear. Part was dug up during work at a former WW2 Lancaster airbase.

Painted as Madam X KB747 which flew with 425 squadron and based upon Milton Caniff’s Male Call cartoon character.

A heavy piece

Size is 41.5 cm high x 21.5 cm (max) wide.

Price is £165 Plus P&P