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WW2 Russian YAK access cover

This is a hatch cover from a ww2 Russian airforce aircraft purchased from Poland.

The green paint is the original ww2 Russian paint.

To the rear there is a poorly struck inspectors stamp.

We believe it form a Yak - either a Yak, 1, 7, or 9. due to the characteristic shape used on all the models.

We have painted the Russian star onto the panel and the Yak logo.

It comes with a black walnut display stand

The metal size is 15 cm diameter x 18 cm total height.

Price is £95 Plus P&P


WW2 Russian Air Force Iluyshin Il-2 displayed on engraved wood

selection of small sections of aluminium from the undercarriage nacelle of a Russian airforce WW2 Iluyshin Il-2.

The section was recovered near Kursk.

These are the last few parts that we have - they have the original Russian airforce under surface blue paint.

The three sections are each mounted on a piece of hardwood with a front section cut at 15 degrees so that we could engrave.

They are engraved with an Il-2 Logo that we have copied form the wartime Russian airforce training manuals.

The wood has been oiled and waxed and the relic attached.

The piece with original hinge is mounted on beech and measures 14 cm tall x 10 cm deep x 8 cm wide

The other piece with rivet hole is mounted on walnut and measures 13.5 cm tall x 11 cm deep x 7 cm wide

Only one of each is available

Price £45 plus postage


WW2 Russian Air Force Iluyshin Il-2 Instrument Panel

An original WW2 instrument panel.

We have identified this as a lower RHS instrument panel from an Ilyushin Il-2 Sturmovik aircraft.

The Il-2 was a ground attack aircraft that was heavily armored and was also called the Flying Tank.

It was widely used in WW2 by the Russian Air Force.

This panel came to us from Latvia as an unknown.

The steel clamps on the top RHS are for holding spare fuses.

There is a large flared hole on the RHS for the pressure gauge for the starter bottle.
There is a large non flared hole on the LHS for the fuel tank selector.
The upper middle hole was for the emergency fuel cut off.

There are other holes and one has been blocked off in service.
The panel is curved on the LHS where the pilots knee was.
The RHS has an angled bracket for it to be secured to the starboard fuselage.
The upper edge has a distinctive notch where the panel slotted around a cable/pipe onto the main instrument panel.

There are remains of original grey paint on the front and rear.

We removed the two steel placards and fuse holders to check for markings and then reattached with dome head rivets.

There were no markings - except for a distinctive symbol on the rear.

Panel measures 22.5 cm X 18 cm x 8 cm.

Price £70 plus postage

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