BF109 Tail Fin Swastika

BF109 Tail Fin Swastika

Do you have a BF109 Tail Fin Swastika for sale? Contact us today. We pay fairly and quickly. At the top, is a tail fin cut off brought back by a US GI. The Messerschmitt BF109 was a critical tool in the Lutwaffe's arsenol.  It was in service from 1937 in the Spanish civil war, until 1945 when WW2 ended. It was one of the most advanced fighter planes of WWII. It was designed by Willy Messerschmitt in the early 1930s.

Above is a data plate from the BF109,  likely an 'F' series type. At least three companies built Bf109 'F' series airplanes. Arado was one of them. The complete vertical stabilizer was marked with the plate as glued to the rear of the panel. The plate was originally riveted to the exterior of the stabilizer on mid-rear of the left side. Likely, the vet cut out the panel minus the plate and then removed the plate. Sometime later he glued the plate to the back of the panel. The serial number (Werk-Nr 1631) on the plate is that of the stabilizer not the airplane. If you have a BF109 Tail Fin Swastika contact buyandsellwwii.com today. We pay the quickest and fairest prices on the internet. You won't regret it.