WW2 German FW-190 Focke Wulf Wreckage - Fraudenberg Airfield + Data Plate
WW2 German FW-190 Focke Wulf Wreckage - Fraudenberg Airfield Saldus, Latvia - Includes Custom Data Plate
These interesting Luftwaffe Aircraft Artifacts are from a known crash site of a German FW-190 near Kurland-Kessel (Courland), Russia. The many aircraft, armor, and munition artifacts that we sell are acquired directly from the salvage teams in-country by local "diggers" that we work with. These items have never been in collector circulation nor restored or cleaned.
This aircraft was likely in support of the German Army Group Courland (German: Heeresgruppe Kurland) in 1945. These fragments are highly unique and represent a unique piece of aviation history. FW-190 parts are difficult to come by these days with most stocks being sold out around the world. Easily displayable or even framed, the included aluminum data plate provides interesting details for this piece.
- FW-190 Focke Wulf Wreckage - skin aluminum!
- Approximately 3" long
- Aluminum Data Plate Size: Approximately 4" long
- Surface dust with paint chipping - commensurate with age
- The item has not been restored nor altered in any way
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