Found south-east of Edam, around Marken.
After consulting the crash registry and the authentication of the type aircraft location, this is most likely the air inlet of one of the engine nacelles of the four-engine Lancaster III, serial number ED831. This aircraft was shot down over the IJsselmeer on June 25/26, 1943. See the site of: aircrewremembered. The finding location does not, of course, have the status of a war grave. The crew was buried in the territory of the British Commonwealth.
Material: aluminium; about 90 cm long, approx 30 cm high, about 20 cm thick. Weight: 1,500 grams.
|Member since:||July 12, 2015|
Item physically as illustrated. The watch is running a bit fast (but within acceptable level), and the reserve is not as described.
Very good communication and fast delivery.
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