WWII
Aviation Crash Relics
Rare Zeppelin LZ-129 Hindenburg Crash Relic Knife Mfg. Bruckmann Same Mfg. As Adolf Hitler Informal

  Rare Zeppelin LZ-129 Hindenburg Crash Relic Knife with Public Notary Signed Documentation. I purchase 4 pieces of recovered Hindneburg Lz-129 Flatware all mfg. by Bruckmann from Mr. David Haag about 10 years ago . Most has small burn marked or stains from the fire and heat . I sold off 3 pieces about 6 years ago and kept this one in my own personal collection as I liked it .. Guaranteed to be 100% authentic and doucmented as being recovered from the crashsite .. If you are a history collector you know how important documentation is and this is your chance to get a great piece of Hindenburg history fully documented.. This is my last and favorite piece as its a larger 10 " Inch dinner knife and much rarer ..

 When you study this formal pattern LZ-129 Hindenburg knife knowing its mfg. was 1935-36 then compare it to Adolf Hitler's "Informal pattern' might we consider its comparable as a early say 1935 1st pattern AH Formal pattern ? Interesting to think on it .. SOLD...SOLD...SOLD..SOLD


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German WW2 ME-109 Crash Relic Cut Tail Section Swas Insignia

German WW2 ME-109 Crash Relic Cut Tail Section Swas Insignia      Nice+++ SOLD..SOLD..SOLD.   

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Rare Cut Tail Section From Crashed ME-109 G Wooded Skin Aircraft

Here is a 100% original ME-109 G cut aircraft tail section Swas from a wooden skin later war produced Me-109 aircraft .. You can see behind this piece its reinforcement construction pieces having been removed upon its time of removal by this US veteran. This pieces measures approx. 13 1/2  x 13 1/4 Inches .. Would make a great piece for any collection and are getting impossible to find these days   SOLD..SOLD..SOLD

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RARE WWII JAPANESE IMPERIAL NAVY TYPE 15 MODEL 2 TAIL FUZE FOR LARGE AERIAL BOMBS 500 lbs CLASS

  RARE WWII JAPANESE IMPERIAL NAVY TYPE 15 MODEL 2 TAIL FUZE FOR LARGE AERIAL BOMBS 500 lbs CLASS CLASS. (U.S. DESIGNATION TYPE B-3(a) )  EXTREMELY WELL MADE AND MACHINED; ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND INTACT AS SUCH

COMPLETE WITH ORIGINAL STORAGE CAN & TAG  

(THIS PIECE IS NOT A PIECE OF ORDNANCE AND NEVER CONTAINED EXPLOSIVES; IT IS A DISPLAY PIECE) 

GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC 

See the following website for a great reference on this piece: 


   

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $695.00 USD

Luftwaffe ME-109 Aircraft Control Stick Type KG-13 A

Luftwaffe ME-109 Aircraft Control Stick Type  KG-13 A   Removed from a crashed aircraft during WWII and brought home as a war souvenir ..Missing a few wires and a screw etc. Nice display example                         SOLD..SOLD..SOLD..SOLD...

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Rare Large V-1 Rocket Stabilizer Tail Pieces Lot

Rare Large V-1 Rocket Stabilizer Tail Pieces Lot ...These are 2 large original V-1 Rocket stabilizer tail offered as a lot ...  Most of the time when you find V1 or V2 rocket pieces you are lucky to find very small frag pieces or parts from the engine.  What a great display these would make together .. Hard to find pieces like this these days as little of it was saved as souvenirs in England ..Brought back by a US veteran no question .. You get them as you see them ..Text book pieces .. I added photos to show the location of these pieces as well as a model so you can see further .   SOLD.SOLD.SOLD

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Me 109 TaiL Swas Insignia With Veterans Documentation

Here is a really outstanding well documented piece of crashed cut ME 109 Swas tail section insignia bullet struck also documented to the crash site area with US veteran picture and family letter of history ..Piece is also inscribed on the back with history twice piece done and also later for a school display .... Nice ones so well documented are not easy to find these days  ...SOLD.>SOLD.>SOLD 

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WWII Pearl Harbor Crash Relic " Crank Shaft From 1st Japanese Plane Shot Down"

  WWII Pearl Harbor Crash Relic " Crank Shaft From 1st Japanese Plane Shot Down"
Here is a incredible piece of US WWII Pearl Harbor Attack history  : We are offering a piece of the first Japanese Aircraft Shot down Nov 7th 1941 ..This plane was shot down over the Kaneohe Naval Air Station Dec. 7th 1941 .. If you do a Google research you will find this was one of the first Naval Air Bases the Japanese attacked before hitting the Harbor minutes later  ..My research prooves that several Japanese Aircraft were shot down at that time before Pearl harbor was hit .. This is in untouched as discovered condition in the US veterans estate .. How much is it worth ?   Hard to price something so historic. Its anyones guess with nothing to compare to   ...We are placing a buy it now price on this piece and will listen to any fair and reasonable offers if we might seem crazy  . Here is your chance to own a real piece of US WWII history ..Here is what the uncleaned plaque reads that is attached to this piece of Island wood .. Reads as follows "Crank Shaft From First Japanese Plane Shot Down Kaneohe Naval Air Base  December 7, 1941     ...We will listen to any fair and reasonable offer ..Here is some updated Information from a helpful historian . "The piece might have came from this Zero. Piloted by Takeshi Hirano. Flew off from IJN carrier Akagi. Shot down by AAA".  I think the brass tube might be part from the engine, crankshaft mentioned above. (with thick wall of metal/lead?)

Very historical and interesting item, indeed.

Other Reference:

http://www.pacificwrecks.com/aircraft/a6m2/5289.html

http://www4.ocn.ne.jp/~d98/021aka.html


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Rare Crashed German WWII ME-109 Tail Section

Here is a German WWII crashed Me-109 tail section swas removed from a downed ME 109 that crash off the coast of Sicily. These were remove and brought by J.C. Mendenhall as a war souvenir with a letter of history signed and ...dated  ...SOLD..SOLD...SOLD...SOLD..  

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WWII US 307th FS P-51 Pilot J.B. Holt's A-2 Jacket Size 40 & Crusher Hat

Here is a nice never treat just as worn impressive WWII US Army Air Corps A-2 Jacket mfg. Perry Sportswear size 40 . Jacket belong to Major and P-51 Pilot J.B. Holt with a outstanding British made 307th Fighter Squadron patch and his name tag both period sewn to jacket as worn .Waist and cuffs are also in excellent condition with minimal wear with a fully functioning CONMAR zipper. Inside lining show use and wear around the neck area as most do from honest combat wear as seen in photos provided in this listing .. Along with his jacket were are offering a nice 50 mission crusher hat not named but displays nicely with his jacket . If you google the 307th Fighter Squadrons history uou will read they had some serious battle history. A great unmessed with jacket and hat ...Buy it now or real close offers might be accepted ..Deployed to the European Theater of Operations (ETO) in June 1942 without aircraft as its P-40s and P-39s were deemed unsuitable for use against German aircraft in long range bomber escort duties. Was re-equipped with RAF Spitfire Vs and its pilots and technicians spent a two-month period undergoing intensive training in flying and fighting with RAF pilots in the British aircraft from airfields in southeast England. The squadron flew its first combat mission on 18 August 1942, when it attacked enemy positions in occupied France. Assigned to the new Twelfth Air Force and deployed to Gibraltar in November 1942 as part of the Operation Torch invasion forces, initially operating from former Vichy French airfields in Algeria. Advanced east across Algeria and Tunisia during the North African Campaign, supporting the Fifth United States Army which halted Field Marshal Rommel's advance on allied positions. Spitfires from the squadron provided support for Allied Forces as the Invasion of Italy began with the capture of Sicily, and later the landings by Allied forces in Fascist Italy, moving north supporting the Fifth Army during the Italian Campaign. As Allied bomber forces operating from Italy began the strategic bombing of Axis petroleum and communications facilities in central Europe and the Balkans, the squadron was re-equipped with the North American P-51 Mustang to replace the shorter-ranged Spitfire. In August 1944, the P-51's were involved in the invasion of Southern France. In December 1944, the first destruction of a German jet fighter by a 308th P-51 occurred, eventually operating from the Po Valley in Northern Italy at the end of the European War in May 1945. By war's end, the squadron had earned two Distinguished Unit Citations and was involved in eight campaigns The squadron was largely demobilized during the summer of 1945 in Europe, a skeleton force returned to Drew Field, Florida in August, inactivating largely as an administrative unit in November

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $3,850.00 USD

Rare...US Veteran Cut WWII Japanese Aircraft Cloth Wing Insignia

Here is a very very rare US Veteran cut WWII Japanese Aircraft cloth wing insignia ...This is a very large piece that came off a large aircraft ..This pieces measures 43 x 44 1/2 inches ...More research to determine the WWII Japanese aircraft this piece was cut from as a war souvenired bring back ...You can also see how it was attached to the frame work of this aircraft with cut  tie down areas . SOLD..SOLD..SOLD

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German Luftwaffe 1942 Dated White SIlk Cut Parachute

Here is a WWII German Luftwaffe 1942 dated and mafg. marked white souvenired cut silk parachute ..Great for a display back drop ..SOLD

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $300.00 USD

WWII Luftwaffe ME-109 Aircraft Control Stick With Veteran Note

WOW..Here is a complete as removed from a ME-109 at the wars end control stick ..Old note written by the veteran some many eyars ago rolled up inside it that states as follows "Stick to an Me-109 from WWII . A very cool piece complete with condition and Indentity to the aircraft it was removed from .. Complete examples that were removed from a downed aircraft are rare ..This is one of those ..Not a unissued example ..You can also see the markings etc. that is had been on a aircraft ..The note really adds to the piece in my eyes also .  SOLD

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