Rare items from a German World War Two bomber that crashed over Lincolnshire have found a new owner - but raised less than expected.
The pilot's pocket watch and a pair of binoculars went for £320 at an auction in Market Rasen today - which was less than expected considering their good condition - and the history behind them. Their owner was on his way to bomb Hull in 1944 when he was shot down.
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