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  • WW1 BRITISH ROYAL FLYING CORPS OTHER RANKS SIDE CAP

    An extremely rare other ranks side cap as worn by ground and service crew serving with the Royal Flying Corps. (Most surviving side caps are either officer or Warrant officer quality). Other ranks quality material and liner in good used grubby condition, being moth and damage free. Brass other ranks cap badge has been in place ‘for ever’. Front with both correct flying Corps cap buttons. Interior with

    £750.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ROYAL FLYING CORPS OTHER RANKS CAP BADGE (5)

    A fine untouched example of the other ranks RFC cap badge. Reverse with standard two loop fitting.

    £28.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ROYAL FLYING CORPS (2 X) SWEETHEART BROOCHES

    A good untouched period pair of RFC sweetheart brooches. Both in gilt base metal and enamel. The facsimile cap badge is with some enamel damage to the lettering. The brevet is with sound enamel. Both are grubby, with good reverse fittings.

    £18.00
  • WW1 BRITISH RFC/RAF (SILVER COIN) WRIST ID TAG

    A superb theatre/Indian made, from a silver Rupee piece, wrist ID disc  with superb obverse wearer details and RFC wing engraving, and RAF edging. (Presumably the wearer saw duel service with the RFC then when formed the RAF). Reverse as the coin would be dated 1906. Named only with no service number details.

    £95.00
  • BRITISH WW1 ROYAL FLYING CORPS SERGEANTS FOUR BALDE SLEEVE PROPELLER

    A superb, multi-coloured fine thread on khaki wool backing, four blade  propeller as worn above sergeants chevrons. Grubby, removed from a tunic, damage free condition. Becoming a hard piece of insignia to now find.

    £300.00
  • BRITISH WW1 ROYAL FLYING CORPS AIR MECHANICS SLEEVE PROPELLER

    A fine condition multi-coloured thread detail twin blade propeller with black thread detail, on a khaki wool backing. Grubby with a couple of edge ‘nicks to the khaki backing. Tracers of double sided tape to reverse where removed from an album (would clean off).

    £150.00
  • RAF FIRST PATTERN OTHER RANKS SLEEVE ALBATROSS

    A very good condition, cut to shape first pattern RAF other ranks upper sleeve albatross. Red fine thread detail with black highlights on a khaki backing.

    £95.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ROYAL FLYING CORPS OFFICER SIDE CAP

    A very nice, used condition RFC officer quality side cap. Whip cord material is moth and damage free, slightly grubby. Interior is in matching damage free condition. Exterior fittings are an other ranks quality cap badge that has always been in situ. Front flap buttons in dark bronze. No name or maker details to the interior.

    £395.00
  • WW1 1918 PATTERN RAF AIRMANS CAP BADGE (1)

    A good, well service used WW1 1918 pattern Airman’s (other ranks) cap badge. Red heavy silk / thread detail on black velvet padded centre. Very good condition, as said with honest service use. Heavy black cotton backing material. Some moth to obverse badge edging.

    £150.00
  • RAF IMMOBILE ‘I’ SLEEVE QUALIFICATION BADGE

    A rare piece of early (first pattern uniform) 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. (Worn in the main by female RAF members).

    £175.00
  • 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 than 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 !