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The Messerschmitt Bf 109 F-4 was the most popular ‘109’ among Luftwaffe pilots in World War II. The F-4 ‘Trop’ was produced solely for use in the North Africa Campaign during the first half of 1942, where this machine (flown by JG 27 Africa) was flown in combat. This particular aircraft survived North Africa and was ultimately lost in combat over Latvia, probably while serving with Jagdgeshwader 54, in 1945. It’s remains were excavated in 2011.
1.75 x 4.5 inch aluminum aircraft fragment from this Bf 109 F-4 Trop bears much of its original Africa Corps RLM 79 desert tan paint - which is extremely rare!
Limited edition, signed and numbered, display is 11x17 inches. Limited to only 30 examples - while supplies last.