WW II German Aviation Aircraft – WOOD PROPELLER AWARD – LUFTKRIEGSCHULE DRESDEN

$499.99

1 in stock

Description


 

You are bidding on a SUPERB example of a WW2 German Luftwaffe Wood Propeller Blade!  Made from a section of propeller from a trainer aircraft, it was presented to someone at L.K.S. Dresden.

Luftkriegsschule Klotzsche (also known as Luftkriegsschule 1) was a former Luftwaffe school in the Dresden borrow Klotzsche.  It was built in 1935 according to the design by Ernst Sagebiel together with the architect Walter and John Krüger.  The school was used during the war until it was disbanded on 5 March 1945.  Aircraft used there consisted of the Ar96, Bü131, Bü181, C.445, Fw58, Go145, Grunau Baby, He45, He51, He70, He72, He111, Hs126, Kl35, L.101, NA-57, NA-64, W.33 and W.34.


Made of wood and brass, this award is an AMAZING example!  Though there are some slight marks and wear, it is VERY solid with no damage or corrosion!  Retains 95% original paint!  Would make a FANTASTIC addition to any collection or display!

 

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