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Farlam Airframes PRE 1945

Farlam Airframes
Nose Art & Aircraft Parts

Royal Air Force, Canadian Air Force, American Air Force and Others



A selection of aircraft parts from World War 2 from RAF, USSAF and Luftwaffe aircraft hand painted with contemporary nose art.

Click on the individual images for more details on the item



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Blackie and Kirk

Blackie and Kirk were the pilot and navigator from a 406 squadron RCAF aircraft . Squadron Leader D.J. "Black" Williams and his navigator C.J. Kirkpatrick were painted on the side of their Mosquito.

This is an original blanking plate for a de Havilland Mosquito. The part number and inspectors stamp can be seen in the middle. The piece is restore and measures 29 cm (11.5 inches) in diameter. It is painted cockpit grey green on the reverse.

£150 plus postage

image of two airmen
inspector stamp




Art work of hairless Joe
Hairless Joe HR147

Hairless Joe HR147 like the other mosquito's of 418 squadron had the cartoon character from Al Capp's Li'l Abner cartoon.

This is an original blanking plate for a de Havilland Mosquito. The part number and inspectors stamp can be seen in the middle. The piece is restore and measures 29 cm (11.5 inches) in diameter. It is painted cockpit grey green on the reverse.

£150 plus postage

Freddie


F for Freddie - Mosquito dropping bomb on Hitler painted on LR503 a 213 operations Mosquito.

£150 plus postage
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This is an original blanking plate for a de Havilland Mosquito. The part number and inspectors stamp can be seen in the middle. The piece is restore and measures 29 cm (11.5 inches) in diameter. It is painted cockpit grey green on the reverse.
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Auster wing tip
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Auster Grasshopper

This is a panel from a post war Auster. It is the piece at the tail edge of the wing adjoining the glass house.

It has been painted with the artwork found on a wartime Auster used in the Italian campaign

Size is 55cm x 10 cm x 10 cm

Price is £85 Plus P&P
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lion with bows
back of panel
RAAF BOSTON She Apple

This is a wing panel from a wartime A20 Havoc/Boston.

It has been painted with She’s APPLES artwork of an RAAF Boston AL891 of 22 squadron.

Originally ordered by the French, delivered to Dutch forces in the East Indies this artwork was applied to the aircraft when with the RAAF. She was regularly flown by W/C CC Learmonth DFC. She flew the most bombing missions in the pacific (186).

Size is 36 cm x36 cm

Price is £125 Plus P&P

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RAAF BOSTON Spirit of Sport
This is an original wartime section of wing from a Douglas A20 Havoc/ Boston It is made of Dural.

It has been painted with the “Spirit of Sport” the artwork was applied to an RAAF Boston that few with 22 Squadron in the Pacific. The pilot was Flt. Lt. William Ellis (Bill) Newton VC.

Th artwork shows the 4 vices” women, gambling; drinking and smoking.

The panel is 47 cm a 26 cm

Price is £125 Plus P&P
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Fairey Swordfish seat part painted as City of Liverpool

A small section of aluminium removed from Swordfish NF389 when it was being restored.

This is a section of aluminium from the seat back and the oblong hole is where the seat belt would have come through from the rear.

The rear has the original paint with the primer and other paint residues.

The part has no Fairey part number so is a replacement of a post war repaired part but has flown in the swordfish.

Fairey Swordfish LS326 was the remaining swordfish flying with the Royal Navy Historic Flight and had the Liver bird emblem painted onto the engine cowl.

We have painted the same artwork on this small piece.

It measure 27 cm x 18.5 cm

The swordfish was a biplane made mainly from tubes and fabric. It's as a carrier based aircraft and flew from Royal Navy carriers and Merchant Aircraft Carriers. It famously flew against the Italian Navy at Taranto and against the Bismarck.


Price is £75 including UK P&P
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close up of Liver Bird
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P40 Warhawk

Internal structure.
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WW2 de Havilland Mosquito Nose Art Panel

This is a section from the lower inboard wing fuel tank access panel of a de Havilland Mosquito.

It is painted as shown in a wartime picture of the 406 Squadron RCAF aircraft flown by Squadron Leader D.J. "Blackie" Williams DSO, DFC and his navigator C.J. Kirkpatrick on the nose of their personalized Mosquito.

The Mosquito panel was made at the Walter Lawrence factory at Sawbridgeworth.

At the end of WW2 panels were removed from the factory and ended up as wall panels in a local barn.

The structure is made from plywood faces and Ecuador balsa interior with reinforcement from spruce and bakelite . The brown edged inserts on the rear are for the fuel tank straps.

The panel has a stamp on the rear which says Internal Concession No. which means that this panel failed QC and was reworked with a concession number but It is found in the factory and was never fitted to an aircraft.

The panels were cut square to fit in the barn and only one edge has the original reinforcing and holes for bolting to the wing.

We have cleaned the panel back to clean wood and then added a thin cotton fabric layer with toughening dope to make it tight. Then we have applied several coats to the fabric of butyrate colored dope before painting in the Dark Green and Medium Sea Grey colours and applying the artwork. This is how the Mosquito was finished.

When completed we have added a matt topcoat to protect the art.

We have added two slotted hanging brackets securely to the rear.

The panel weighs 3.8 kg and measures 69.5 cm x 47 cm x 3cm.

Price £225 plus Shipping cost

We have other section of access hatches and can make other Mosquito panels as commissions and will make others in due course.
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WW2 de Havilland Mosquito Nose Art Panel

This is a section from the lower inboard wing fuel tank access panel of a de Havilland Mosquito.

It is painted as a USAAF Photo Reconnaissance Mosquito.

The Mosquito panel was made at the Walter Lawrence factory at Sawbridgeworth.
At the end of WW2 panels were removed from the factory and ended up as wall panels in a local barn.
The structure is made from plywood faces and Ecuador balsa interior with reinforcement from spruce and bakelite . The brown edged inserts on the rear are for the fuel tank straps.

The panel has a stamp on the rear which says Internal Concession No. which means that this panel failed QC and was reworked with a concession number but It is found in the factory and was never fitted to an aircraft.
The panels were cut square to fit in the barn and only one edge has the original reinforcing and holes for bolting to the wing.
We have cleaned the panel back to clean wood and then added a thin cotton fabric layer with toughening dope to make it tight. Then we have applied several coats to the fabric of butyrate colored dope before painting in the Dark Green and Medium Sea Grey colours and applying the artwork. This is how the Mosquito was finished.

When completed we have added a matt topcoat to protect the art.
We have added two slotted hanging brackets securely to the rear.

The panel weighs 4 kg and measures 70 cm x 47 cm x 3cm.

Price £225 plus Shipping cost

We have other section of access hatches and can make other Mosquito panels as commissions and will make others in due course.
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WW2 de Havilland Mosquito Nose Art Panel

This is a section from the lower inboard wing fuel tank access panel of a de Havilland Mosquito.

It is painted as The Grimm Reper.

The Mosquito panel was made at the Walter Lawrence factory at Sawbridgeworth.
At the end of WW2 panels were removed from the factory and ended up as wall panels in a local barn.
The structure is made from plywood faces and Ecuador balsa interior with reinforcement from spruce and bakelite . The brown edged inserts on the rear are for the fuel tank straps.

The panels were cut square to fit in the barn and only one edge has the original reinforcing and holes for bolting to the wing.
We have cleaned the panel back to clean wood and then added a thin cotton fabric layer with toughening dope to make it tight. Then we have applied several coats to the fabric of butyrate colored dope before painting in the Dark Green, Medium Sea Grey and black colours and applying the artwork. This is how the Mosquito was finished.

When completed we have added a matt topcoat to protect the art.
We have added two slotted hanging brackets securely to the rear.

The panel weighs 4 kg and measures 78cm x 50 cm x 3cm

Price £225 plus Shipping cost
SOLD

We have other section of access hatches and can make other Mosquito panels as commissions and will make others in due course.
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WW2 de Havilland Mosquito Nose Art Knave of Diamonds

This is a section from the lower inboard wing fuel tank access panel of a de Havilland Mosquito.



The Mosquito panel was made at the Walter Lawrence factory at Sawbridgeworth.

At the end of WW2 panels were removed from the factory and ended up as wall panels in a local barn.

The structure is made from plywood faces and Ecuador balsa interior with reinforcement from spruce and bakelite . The brown edged inserts on the rear are for the fuel tank straps.

The panel has a stamp on the rear which says Internal Concession No. which means that this panel failed QC and was reworked with a concession number but It is found in the factory and was never fitted to an aircraft.

The panels were cut square to fit in the barn and only one edge has the original reinforcing and holes for bolting to the wing.

We have cleaned the panel back to clean wood and then added a thin cotton fabric layer with toughening dope to make it tight. Then we have applied several coats to the fabric of butyrate colored dope before painting in the Dark Green and Medium Sea Grey colours and applying the artwork. This is how the Mosquito was finished.

When completed we have added a matt topcoat to protect the art.

We have added two slotted hanging brackets securely to the rear.

The panel weighs 3.8 kg and measures 69.5 cm x 47 cm x 3cm.

Price £225 plus Shipping cost

We have other section of access hatches and can make other Mosquito panels as commissions and will make others in due course.
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WW2 de Havilland Mosquito Nose Art Hairless Joe

This is a section from the lower inboard wing fuel tank access panel of a de Havilland Mosquito.


The Mosquito panel was made at the Walter Lawrence factory at Sawbridgeworth.

At the end of WW2 panels were removed from the factory and ended up as wall panels in a local barn.

The structure is made from plywood faces and Ecuador balsa interior with reinforcement from spruce and bakelite . The brown edged inserts on the rear are for the fuel tank straps.

The panel has a stamp on the rear which says Internal Concession No. which means that this panel failed QC and was reworked with a concession number but It is found in the factory and was never fitted to an aircraft.

The panels were cut square to fit in the barn and only one edge has the original reinforcing and holes for bolting to the wing.

We have cleaned the panel back to clean wood and then added a thin cotton fabric layer with toughening dope to make it tight. Then we have applied several coats to the fabric of butyrate colored dope before painting in the Dark Green and Medium Sea Grey colours and applying the artwork. This is how the Mosquito was finished.

When completed we have added a matt topcoat to protect the art.

We have added two slotted hanging brackets securely to the rear.

The panel weighs 3.8 kg and measures 69.5 cm x 47 cm x 3cm.

Price £225 plus Shipping cost

We have other section of access hatches and can make other Mosquito panels as commissions and will make others in due course.
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WW2 de Havilland Mosquito Nose Art Panel

This is a section from the lower inboard wing fuel tank access panel of a de Havilland Mosquito.

It is painted as shown in a wartime picture of the 406 Squadron RCAF aircraft flown by Squadron Leader D.J. "Blackie" Williams DSO, DFC and his navigator C.J. Kirkpatrick on the nose of their personalized Mosquito.

The Mosquito panel was made at the Walter Lawrence factory at Sawbridgeworth.

At the end of WW2 panels were removed from the factory and ended up as wall panels in a local barn.

The structure is made from plywood faces and Ecuador balsa interior with reinforcement from spruce and bakelite . The brown edged inserts on the rear are for the fuel tank straps.

The panel has a stamp on the rear which says Internal Concession No. which means that this panel failed QC and was reworked with a concession number but It is found in the factory and was never fitted to an aircraft.

The panels were cut square to fit in the barn and only one edge has the original reinforcing and holes for bolting to the wing.

We have cleaned the panel back to clean wood and then added a thin cotton fabric layer with toughening dope to make it tight. Then we have applied several coats to the fabric of butyrate colored dope before painting in the Dark Green and Medium Sea Grey colours and applying the artwork. This is how the Mosquito was finished.

When completed we have added a matt topcoat to protect the art.

We have added two slotted hanging brackets securely to the rear.

The panel weighs 3.8 kg and measures 69.5 cm x 47 cm x 3cm.

Price £225 plus Shipping cost

We have other section of access hatches and can make other Mosquito panels as commissions and will make others in due course.
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WW2 Airborne HORSA Glider panel relic art

Original sections of reinforcing plates from a WW2 Horsa glider.

The Airspeed AS 51/AS 58 Horsa was a large troop carrying glider that was used extensively by the British in their invasion and assaults on Europe. They saw service in Sicily, Normandy and Arnhem

They were made of wooden frames with plywood skins. The wooden structure had several metal plates that were necessary to reinforce the joints and heavy strain points.

These plates came form teh excavation of a glider remains and were to be used in a failed restoration project.

The plates measure 8 1/4 inches X 5 3/4 inches ( 21 x 14.5cm) and come with teh original bolts, washers and remains of castellated nuts and split pins( on some).

We have electrolytically treated the surface rust and mounted them into a solid block of oak. The oak is 22 cm x 22cm x 4.5 cm. The overall depth of the bolts is 8 cm.

We have painted Belerophon and Pegasus on a purple background - the British Airborne emblem - deigned allegedly by the commanding officers wife- Daphne du Maurier

We have laser etched he outline of a Horsa onto the block.

Price is for one block/plate.
Price £125 plus Shipping cost
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WW2 AVRO Lancaster Aircraft Keyring

This is a listing for a keyring that we have laser cut from a WW2 aircraft perspex window.

These would make great gifts for an aviation's enthusiast.

The listing is for a single keyring.

The window they are from is a starboard cockpit window from an AVRO Lancaster bomber made by Victory Aircraft of Malton, Ontario, Canada. This is the bubble/blister window on the cockpit side - from the RHS Flight Engineers station.

The window and the parts numbers and inspectors stamp on the metal parts attached to the perspex confirm the identity.

We have laser cut these using our laser and engraved the words Lancaster and the AVRO Logo.

The Key ring is 4.8 cm x 3.5 cm and 4 mm thick.

All are mounted on card with the attaching wire and are singly packaged in bags for posting.

£20 including postage for U
K.


American Aircraft

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B-25 spent link chute

A WW2 stainless steel 50 cal spent link chute recovered from a WW2 B-25 Mitchell.

We have painted the part with the Ruptured Duck emblem that was applied to a Doolittle Raid B-25.

We have mounted the part on a section of ribbing from an Albamarle that has original green paint. It has then been bolted on a section of oak with a slotted plate for wall hanging.

We have laser engraved the aircraft profile and name into the wood.


The various parts have a North American Inspectors Stamp ANK for the Kansas plant. The 108 part number confirms this is from a B-25 J.

We recovered this from a wartime disposal site. These stainless steel parts could not be recycled and were thrown into a local tip.

Wood 25cm x 23cm x10cm


Price £105 plus postage

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The artwork from Doolittle raid
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framed blue print

DC 2 Framed print
Scanned from an original 1936 blueprint that was drawn for the Douglas Aircraft Corporation to show the DC2 stations. Only 198 Douglas Commercial model 2 (DC2) were produced. The DC2 was the slightly smaller sibling and progenitor of the iconic DC3/C-47 that was introduced in 1936. Printed onto poster paper A2 size and mounted in a crisp white frame measuring 73cm by 53cm.

Price £110 plus postage
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WW2 Republic P-47 Thunderbolt

We purchased these pieces of metal as coming from the wreck of a P-47 that was recovered in Normandy.

We cleaned the parts thoroughly but are unable to find any part numbers or inspectors stamps to confirm the identity.

It does however have the correct USAAF lower fuselage grey paint and it is spot welded and has a bolt clip all consistent with US WW2 aircraft.

We have mounted the two pieces of panels together onto a section of beech hardwood with a wall hanger to the rear.

We have painted the P-47 nose art for Stalag Luft 111 I wanted wings with Donald duck behind bars.
This artwork was painted onto P-47 42-26298 that flew with the 62nd FS of the 56th FG.

The complete piece measures 43 cm x 20 cm.

Price £110 plus postage
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P-51 Mustang WW2 USAAF Nose Art Sweet Arlene

An original section of aircraft from a North American P-51 Mustang.

The metal is from the starboard nose cowling of a North American Dallas plant built P-51 from early 1945.

The aircraft 45-11511 was shipped to New Zealand arriving Aug 45 and was given NZ serial 2421. Stored until 1951 she flew with the RNZAF until 55 and then scrapped in 1958. This is from the upper starboard cowl.

We have painted it as Sweet Arlene. This nose art was painted by Don Allen onto 44-63223 for Lt. Arthur Bowers who flew a P-51with the 4th Fighter Group. Don Allen painted the artwork based on a picture of Bowers wife Arlene.

We have had very little P-51 over the last couple of decades as it is very rare and very expensive to find.

We are lucky to have this piece which measure 52 cm long and 35 cm high ( 37cm across the curve) it sits 5 cm deep and has two D-rings revetted to allow it to be wall hung.

The rear has the original chromate primer applied at Dallas and the rib has a 106 part number as well as ANA inspector stamps confirming its authenticity. This section also has the remains of the 2421 serial that was hand painted onto the back.
Price £350 plus postage
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WW2 C-47 Dakota D-Day Stripes

An original section of fuselage from a wartime Douglas C-47 aircraft.

This panel came from North Weald where several C-47 were cut up after being used as film props including use in Band of Brothers.

In addition we know that this is from a wartime aircraft which flew in the Asian theatre before serving with the Belgian Airforce

We have repainted it in D-Day recognition stripes with a Star and Bars Untied States USAAF emblem.

It can be wall hung from the two D rings we have added to the back.

The rear has two stringers as well as the original green paint from its in service use and multiple painting. The stringers still have the original Douglas part number inked onto the side.

The rear has two stringers as well as the original green paint from its in service use.

It measures 45.5 cm wide x 49 cm tall and sits 3 cm deep.

Price £200 plus postage

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P-51 Mustang WW2 USAAF Nose Art Sweet Arlene

An original section of aircraft from a North American P-51 Mustang.

We have painted it as Princess Elizabeth. This nose art was painted onto P-51C 42-106449 for Robert Butler Bowers who flew a P-51 with the 352nd FG and 487th FS from Bodney Norfolk. The artwork was selected to honor their British hosts by naming after the then kings daughter - who will be 70 years on the throne in 2022 as Queen Elizabeth the 2nd

The metal is from the starboard nose cowling of a North American Dallas plant built P-51 from early 1945.

The aircraft 45-11511 was shipped to New Zealand arriving Aug 45 and was given NZ serial 2421. Stored until 1951 she flew with the RNZAF until 55 and then scrapped in 1958. This is from the upper starboard cowl.

We have had very little P-51 over the last couple of decades as it is very rare and very expensive to find.

We are lucky to have this piece which measure 52 cm long and 17 cm highand has two D-rings revetted to allow it to be wall hung.

The rear has the original chromate primer applied at Dallas and the rib has a 106 part number confirming its authenticity. This section also has the remains of the 2421 serial that was hand painted onto the back.

Price £190 plus postage
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German planes

red gust lock
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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Heinkel 177

A small piece from the aircraft Heinkel He177 Grief (Griffon). The rear has the original RLM light blue paint and the 177 part number inked on it. We have had to repaint the front to match one of the He1777 that flew with KG40 from Bordeaux Merignac. Mounted on a piece of bog oak.
The square measures 11cm by 13cm

Price £125 plus postage
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FW 190 camera port
Focke Wulf FW 190

Two original parts from an FW190 - an original steel camera opening from the port wing of an FW190. In addition a wing leading edge former. We have added an aluminium sheet and moulded its round the former with a hole for the camera. We have also added a glass lens to the front of the camera mount.

The steel camera opening came from Germany and the wing former came from Poland.

It measures 19 cm x 19cm x 14 cm deep.

£150 Plus P&P
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  • side
original camera window
part of wing structure
white shield and umbrella
Ju 88 Umbrella

This is a section of a genuine engine cowl from a Luftwaffe wartime JU88.

It has been painted with the umbrella emblem used on Ist Staffel Kampfgeschwader 30/

The umbrella usually refers to Neville Chamberlain

It is painted in RLM 70 and 71.

This large panel is:
40 cm x 30 cm.

£150 Plus P&P
Edelweiss on shield
Ju 88 KG 51 Edelweiss

This is a section of a genuine engine cowl from a Luftwaffe wartime JU88.

It has been painted with the group emblem used on Kampfgeschwader 51 - Edelweiss

It is painted in RLM 70 and 71.

This large panel is:
40 cm x 30 cm.

£150 Plus P&P
engine colw
Ju 88 KG 30

Ju 88 engine cowl piece Painted with KG30 emblem.
It has the double skin structure on the back.
Measures 32cm by 17cm

£140 Plus P&P

back of panel
bird carrying parcels
Ju 52 Afrika

This is a section of a genuine fuselage from a Luftwaffe wartime JU52 Transport.

It has been painted with the group emblem used on a wartime Ju 52 that flew in North Africa.

The emblem is painted on the original RLM dark green paint.

The panel is ca. 45 x 25 cm

£160 Plus P&P
details of original labels
Fw 200 Condor C-3

An original section of FW200 Condor. This is the fuel control panel from the long range reconnaissance C-3 version. This panel was used to trace and manage the fuel from the addition fuel tanks to ensure the long range. We have several pictures and diagrams that show it in situ. To the rear of the data plates was the R8-200 part number. An extremely rare and unique piece.

The Condor C-3 was termed by Churchill as the "scourge of the Atlantic" as it not only bombed convoys but reported their positions to the U-boat wolf packs.

Only 256 Condors were built from its start as an airliner in the late 30's. A large section of a very rare aircraft.

It has being repainted in the original colours - keeping where possible the original paint.

We have added the aircraft name and KG40 emblem to the top RHS.

Size is 67 cm x 60 cm.

£220 Plus P&P
dog in green circle
Ju87 Stuka

Small Sections from a Ju87 that crashed in Russia.
Green Scottie dog a section of internal structure 18 cm x 8 cm.

£50 Plus P&P
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Screen print Post sign

This is a reproduction of a German post office sign.

It has been screen printed onto hardboard.

Measure aprox 50cm by 35cm

Price £50 plus postage
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Screen print Post sign

This is a reproduction of a German post office sign.

It has been screen printed onto hardboard.

Measure aprox 50cm by 35cm

Price £50 plus postage
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original light blue paint
Ju 88 Aileron section

This is a section of aileron with the original RLM 70/71 dark green camouflage. To the rear is RLM 65 blue paint. This panel was completely flat and we have reshaped it and found the 88 part number. The part number is on the inside structure.
is 56 cm x 22 cm x 12 cm

priced at £130 plus delivery.
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Ju 52

This is a section of a genuine fuselage from a Luftwaffe wartime JU52 Transport.

The back structure has two ribs and part of a round hatch.

The background paint is the original RLM dark green paint.
We have added in white paintthe late war balkankreuz.

The panel is ca. 50 x 46 cm

£190 Plus P&P
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Me 109 logo

This is a section of a genuine fuselage from a Luftwaffe wartime Me 109.

It came to us from a known aircraft recovery.

The background paint is the original RLM paint.

We have added in white paint the schlageter squadron badge that was used on Me 109's from JG26. It was applied to the cockpit side of Adolf Galland's 109 alongside the Mickey Mouse.

The panel is ca. 12 x 14 cm

£35 including UK P&P


Russian Aircraft

star and logo
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.

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


Price is £55 Plus P&P (UK £5 USA £13)
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  • inspector stamp
a close up of the Russian logo and old paint
back of hatch and inspectors stamp

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