RARE large radiator section+label of Dornier17 nu4200 s/d 15/11/40 Latton Priory

This is a nice and VERY RARE large part from a Donier DO17 German bomber. This is a large section of engine radiator still with the remains of a inlet pipe attached also has a original label attached this heavy lump of brass has bent up by the impact of the crash it is 18 inches long and 10 inches wide and a very heavy lump very rare to get such a large size relic from a battle of Britain aircraft. The part comes from Dornier Do17 number 4200 shot down 15th November 1940 and crashed at Latton Priory Farm during the Battle of Britain.The part is in solid condition perfect for display or any collection. This item comes a A5 laminated information sheet with a photo of the pilot who shot it down. This part came from a large private collection in London and is a cracking relic from the battle of Britain. If you have any questions please ask. I POST ALL MY ITEMS WORLDWIDE.

DornierDo17 bomber work number 2798 of 9/KG76. The plane was attacked by RAF night fighters and hit by anti aircraft fire during a raid on London at 11.55pm on the 15 th November 1940.

The plane Crashed at Latton Priory Farm, Rye Hill, Harlow. The crew Leutnant .B.Wagner, Feldwebel .R.Grommer, Unteroffizier.W.Hockendorf,Feldwebel A.Haas and Gefreiter F.Heilig all the crew were killed in the crash. The plane of Kampfgeschwader 76) which was based in Cormeilles-en-Vexin
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