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JG51 Weeping Raven

This is a section of the fuselage tail from a wartime crashed Me Bf 109. Made from Dural. The section can be seen on the original drawings.

It has been painted as the Weeping Raven the emblem JG51 Me Bf 109’s. The raven with the umbrella was meant to represent Neville Chamberlain.

The panel has been painted in RLM76 - this was the original paint colour in 1939/1940 before the Luftwaffe started adding mottling and other camouflage.

Size is 50 cm x 40 cm (max).

£185 Plus P&P
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Me Bf 109 E rudder weight

This is an original WW2 section from the rudder of a crashed Me Bf 109 E ( Emil). Its name is a Rudder Horn Balance.

The Me Bf 109 E was introduced in 1939 and replaced from late 1940. Hence the 109 E was the principal fighter aircraft of the Luftwaffe during the Battle of Britain. (The later variants of the 109 had different rudder weights.)

The bottom picture shows the entire piece superimposed on an image of a 109 to show its location.

This piece came from Kent but its history has been lost!

The original RLM 02 paint remains along with the red dope used for the fabric rudder covering. The metal has been partly put back into shape and the top edge re-riveted. We have etched a circular aluminium disk with the Messerschmitt emblem and mounted it on the top.

We have mounted it in a piece of solid beech wood with a thin ply base so that it can be wall mounted (like a hunting trophy) or sit on a shelf or desk.

The steel balance weight is ca. 2.5 kg so that makes the entire piece heavy at 3.3 kg.

Size is 37cm (long) x 30 cm (high).

The metal section is 25cm x 25cm

£165 Plus P&P
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Luftwaffe Gust Lock Me109

This is a WW2 Luftwaffe Gust lock - used on airfields to clamp the rudder and elevators to prevent them being damaged in high winds. This is the upper part - the lower section was similar but with a large bolt that went through the join - through this and had a large butterfly nut to clamp it down.


This was found in northern France and the remains of the data plate on the side confirm it to be WW2 dated. The lower rubber/leather sections was missing so we have replaced. The red paint is completely original and where the paint was worn away we have added a Messerschmitt emblem.

£40 Plus P&P
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JG26 Adamson
This is a section of the fuselage tail from a wartime crashed Me Bf 109.

It has been painted as the Adamson emblem that was painted on the cockpit side of Me Bf 109s of the 4th staffel of JG26.

Size is 20 cm x 11 cm.

£50 Plus P&P
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Priller

This is a section of the fuselage tail from a wartime crashed Me Bf 109.

It has been painted as the personal emblem of the JG51 geschwader staffelkapitan Pips Priller that was painted on the cockpit side of his Me Bf 109s and his later FW190.

Size is 17 cm x 12 cm.

£50 Plus P&P
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JG26 Hellhound
This is a section of the fuselage tail from a wartime crashed Me Bf 109.

It has been painted as the hellhound emblem that was painted on the cockpit side of Me Bf 109s of 9th Staffel JG26.

Size is 20 cm x 14 cm.

£50 Plus P&P
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JG51 Kitzbuhel Goat

This is a section of the fuselage tail from a wartime crashed Me Bf 109. The section can be seen on the original drawings. To the rear are inspectors stamps on the structural components.


It has been painted as the Kitzbuhel goat emblem that was painted on the cockpit side of Me Bf 109s of JG51.

Size is 31cm x 18 cm.


£140 Plus P&P
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Hartmann Karaya
This is a section of the fuselage tail from a wartime crashed Me Bf 109. It has the ribbing and original remaining paint shown. Made from Dural. The section can be seen on the original drawings. To the rear are inspectors stamps on the structural components.


It has been painted as the Karaya Ursel the emblem of Erich Hartmann’s JG52 Me Bf 109.

Size is 32cm x 19cm.

£140 Plus P&P
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Georg Amon Seemann
A piece of fuselage/belly pan from a wartime Avro Me Bf 109.

Painted as white 9 the unusual Seemann artwork applied to Georg Amon's 109. This aircraft flew with JG 53 - Pik Ass.


Size is 60cm(w) x 35cm(h).

£220 Plus P&P
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Bf 109 Richthofen
These are sections from the cockpit floor ( under Fuel tank) and fuselage from wartime recovered Me 109 aircraft. The final piece is painted with the JG2 Richthofen emblem

Panel is 17.5cm x 23cm.

£120 Plus P&P
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Bf 109 JG52 Eagle

This is a section of a a Luftwaffe wartime Me 109.

It has been painted with the artwork applied to aircraft from the 6th staffel of JG52.

This panel is 30 cm x 11cm.

£85 Plus P&P
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Me 109 Belly pan is made of two layers of Duralumnium with a distinctive circular pattern. Many sections have inspectors stamps.