Supermarine Spitfire

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Supermarine Spitfire

The starboard forward lower wing fairing from a Mk IX Spitfire that was acquired from a restoration company at Duxford. The part can be seen in situ in the line drawing below.

The lower section retains the original aircraft grey paint and the "JACK HERE" stencil.

Faintly scratched in the reverse are the letters STB for starboard.

The rear has thick chromate paint that we have left intact. Hence we have not been able to check for stamps or part numbers so cannot confirm if this is WW2 or later. It is however from a flying Mk IX spitfire as evidenced by the wear on the jacking point and grease upon receipt.

We have painted the upper section in RAF Dark Green paint and added the Eagle Squadron name and fighting Eagle emblem that Walt Disney developed for the American Airmen who flew with the RAF - originally in Hurricanes and later in Spitfires from Aug 1941 until Sept 1942. The lower image is of a 71 squadron Spitfire with this emblem.

This emblem was also used by the 334th Fighter Squadron on their Spitfires.

This panel was acquired from a restoration company based at IWM Duxford.

Size is 66cm (max) x 38 cm (max).

Price is £250 Plus P&P
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A section of spitfire - the metal is a section from the carburettor air inlet of a Mk9 aircraft. The rear has some original silver paint.

Painted as KIWI the personal emblem applied to the aircraft of New Zealander Al Deere

The wrinkled skin is due to the belly landing of the spitfire this part is from.

Size is 20 cm wide x 14 cm tall.

Price is £85 Plus P&P
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Supermarine Spitfire

The front opening of the carburettor air intake from a crash landed spitfire.

Part has been heavily damaged - but reshaped where possible and repainted in light grey.

The steel ring that sits inside the opening has both inspectors stamp and part number 360 38-51 - confirming that this is from a Spitfire Mk IX.

It has been mounted in a section of steamed pear wood with a mounting bracket to the rear.

Size is 45cm x 19 cm x 15cm deep.

Price is £150 Plus P&P
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Supermarine Spitfire Jiminy Cricket

A section of Spitfire carburettor air intake painted with the Jiminy Cricket emblem flown on a Spitfire by Rex Wyndham Watson of RAAF 457 Squadron.

Size is 26cm x 17cm.

Price is £120 Plus P&P