This museum quality piece is actual wreckage from the Hindenburg disaster collected by one of the first responders. A telegraph from the individual who found the piece, swatches of the exterior fabric and a metal support brace from the Hindenburg airship have been archivally preserved in this handsome burled walnut frame. One of the fabric swatches is red indicating it came from one of 4 swastikas emblazoned on the zeppelin, these pieces are incredibly rare and command high values by collectors. An incredible item with a story to match these fragments were collected by the sellers father while he was a Naval officer stationed in PA. On the day of the crash his team was dispatched to the wreckage and the telegraph enclosed is the one he sent to his mother giving her the news of the incident.
The items measure: red piece: 11.5" x 5", gray piece: 18" x 14", metal piece: 1.75" x 9.5".
Comes with an "As Seen on Pawn Stars" certificate of authenticity signed by Rick Harrison.
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