Our Collection

Aviation enthusiasts, we have been collecting ww2 genuine aeronautical artefacts since a few years. When possible, we try to find the items history and the men history to whom they belonged.

P47 Thunderbolt dorsal shield

P47 Thunderbolt dorsal shield

P47 dorsal shield

P47 dorsal shield

Second Lieutenant Robert G Jones

Second Lieutenant Robert G Jones

Robert G. Jones

Robert G. Jones

512th Squadron roster

512th Squadron roster

Robert G Jones military card

Robert G Jones military card

P47#42-74642 crash site

P47#42-74642 crash site

Robert G Jones P47 wreck

Robert G Jones P47 wreck

B26 Marauder propeller blade

B26 Marauder propeller blade

Captain Elmer Gedeon

Captain Elmer Gedeon

Second Lieutenant James T. Taffe

Second Lieutenant James T. Taffe

B26 Marauder #42-96042 crew

B26 Marauder #42-96042 crew

C47 paratrooper door

C47 paratrooper door

C47 paratrooper door

C47 paratrooper door

Cpl Joe Oleskiewcz 101th Airborne

Cpl Joe Oleskiewcz 101th Airborne

Silk escape Map

Silk escape Map

B17 Fortress propeller blade

B17 Fortress propeller blade

B17 propeller Blade

B17 propeller Blade

B17 Propeller Blade

B17 Propeller Blade

B17  co-pilot windschield

B17 co-pilot windschield

RAF pilot silk scarf

RAF pilot silk scarf

RAF pilot slik scarf

RAF pilot slik scarf

Messerschmitt Bf109 K4 Propeller

Messerschmitt Bf109 K4 Propeller

Messerschmitt Bf109 K4 propeller

Messerschmitt Bf109 K4 propeller

Silk escape map

Silk escape map

RAF wall clock

RAF wall clock

Crash axe

Crash axe

Silk escape map

Silk escape map

Bristol Blenheim propeller

Bristol Blenheim propeller

C47 Skytrain/Dakota propeller blade

C47 Skytrain/Dakota propeller blade

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B26 Marauder propeller blade

B26 Marauder registred 42-960242 propeller blade. The aircraft belonged to the 586th Squadron, 394th Bomber Group. On april 23rd 1944, 37 B26 took off from Boreham (GB) to bomb a V1 lauch site near Amiens (Somme). Just after the bomb run, the B26 flown by Captain Elmer Gedeon was hit by the german Flak and caught fire. Only the le co-pilot, Second Lieutenant James. T. Taaffe manage to bail out and survived. The rest of the crew rest now in USA