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  • WW1 BRITISH RFC FLT. SGT. SIDE CAP

    A very nice, used condition RFC side cap attributed to Flt Sgt Alfred Bather. The cap is of a lesser quality of an officer example as might be expected. All Brass other ranks cap badge has been in situ ‘forever’ and is accompanied by other ranks brass front buttons. Cap is moth and damage free showing moderate use with the interior grubby presumably from hair tonic. An inked name

    £385.00
  • 1923 PATTERN UNIFORM RAF WOUND STRIPE

    A innocuous piece of insignia, that is however a rarity and little worn in this period. Bullion wire wound stripe on RAF blue backing. Worn on the very first RAF uniforms (post Russian blue) for those suffering wounds during the Great War. (Interestingly I have never seen an image of this insignia in wear). A rare item !

    £60.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ROYAL FLING CORPS OTHER RANKS CAP BADGE (4)

    Possibly the finest example I have seen in terms if sticking of this badge. Reasonably common badge, but not often found with this crisp domed detail. Reverse with standard two loop fitting. Complete with fitting pin.

    £40.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ROYAL FLYING CORPS CLOTH SHOULDER TITLE

    A single other ranks cloth Royal Flying Corps shoulder title in its ‘unique’ configuration. Some damaging to title edges where removed from a tunic.

    £65.00
  • WW1 ARIEL FLECHETTE DART

    A well engineered dart, designed for straight accurate flight. Dart is with surface rusting and pitting. No maker marks as is common. (Some darts are difficult to now identify as to nationality, this make is considered to be of German origin. This I cannot confirm one way or another).

  • WW1 BRITISH ARIAL FLECHETTE DART (1)

    A period, mass produced steel dart, with a simple ‘slotted’ fight. With some surface rust, but damage free. Dropped over enemy lines with the aim of causing maximum none -fatal injury.

  • WW1 BRITISH OTHER RANKS ROYAL FLYING CORPS CAP BADGE (2)

    A very nice Royal Flying Corps other ranks brass cap badge, in untouched condition. Super obverse detail. Reverse with signs of old polish. Voided ‘C’. Would be hard too better.

    £40.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ROYAL FLYING CORPS OTHER RANKS CAP BADGE (1)

    A very nice untouched and unpolished other ranks Royal Flying Corps cap badge, that is so age toned it appears from the front to be an officer bronze badge. Voided ‘C’. Damage free, with the reverse having the two loop other ranks fittings. Complete with fitting pin.

    £45.00
  • BRITISH WW1/EARLY (1918 PATTERN) RAF PILOT BREVET

    A very nice used, removed from a tunic WW1 first pattern RAF pilot brevet. Slightly grubby condition, but damage free. Reverse with traces of old glue and paper where removed from an album. An item with much charachter !

  • BRITISH WW1/EARLY RAF IMMOBILE ‘I’ SLEEVE INSIGNIA

    Another rare piece of early RAF uniform insignia being the sleeve’I’ detailing a member of an RAF immobile service unit. White ‘I’ on black backing. Moth and damage free, with traces of old glue and paper to the reverse where removed from an album.

    £175.00
  • WW1 BRITISH AVIATORS FLYING GOGGLES

    A fine pair of early aviation googles as used by flyers during WW1 A petite pair of metal frames with imitation fur eye cushions and elasticated head band strap. Lenses are in glass and are held in place by two hinged (left and right) closing panels, allowing lens replacement or a change of lens to tinted glass, an idea typical of their vintage. (See image 4 of

    £360.00
  • PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT OF Col. JAMES LETHBRIDGE BROOKE TEMPLER KRRC / RE

    Col. Templer is considered to be the ‘father’ of British military aviation!.... In 1862 the British Army undertook minor trials with balloons. In 1878 (the then) Captain Templer having an interest in ballooning formed with the ‘blessing’ of the War Office, the first British Army Balloon school at Woolwich. During the second Boer war 1899 - 1902 he served with the Scientific and Departmental Corps working with steam

    £175.00