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  • WW2 RAF/AM ‘DISTANCE’ DIVIDERS

    A good (well made quality instrument) pair of AM distance dividers. Used by aircrew (navigators) as well it has too be said, ground evaluation personnel, for the purpose of measuring distances. Quality brass dividers, contained in their original box of issue with AM marking and date 1943. Excellent overall condition.

    £55.00
  • BATTLE of BRITAIN MESSERSCHMITT Bf109 CRASH WRECKAGE

    A well made (modern) display board of artefacts collect from the crash site of a Bf 109 shot down on  24th August 1940, in the Thames estuary. Board is with text and copy photographic images of the German pilot. See images for text information on the pilot and the incident in general.

    £85.00
  • WW2 ROYAL NAVY ‘C’ TYPE FLYING HELMET

    A good used condition Navy ‘C’ Type flying helmet with Gosport communications receiver tube and foam ear cushions. Helmet is in very good supple condition. Ear piece covers with age/use cracking and with a couple of minor repairs. Zips in good working order. (The leather used on the ear piece covers is of a lighter gauge and as such suffers wear to a greater degree). The rest

    £345.00
  • USAAF WW2 PILOT BREVET

    A super, standard issue United States Army Air Force pilot brevet as issued to qualified pilots. Nick named the ‘flying radiator’ I believe. Brooch pin fitting to reverse, complete with working pin safety keeper. No maker details.

    £70.00
  • RAF DENTAL BRANCH OFFICER GILT COLLAR BADGES

    An excellent pair of (early) gilt dental branch of the RAF uniform collar badges. Excellent damage free condition with all finish in tact. Two loop reverse fitting. No maker details. Again a rare (none flight related) piece of insignia. First introduced for wear and as a branch of service in 1942.

    £75.00
  • RAF PHYSICAL TRAINING INSTRUCTOR SLEEVE QUALIFICATION

    An early brass version of the RAF PTI sleeve qualification. Flexed arms carrying Indian clubs in a circular design with the title initials to the centre. Excellent damage free condition. Reverse with a two loop fitting, intended for wear with a backing plate. This badge was worn in this format and later in cloth from 1923-49. A rare badge !

    £75.00
  • WW2 RAF/AM IN AIR EMERGENCY FIRST AID KIT/POUCH

    A good unopened RAF/AM Aircrew first aid kit, carried in the air for use in emergency situations. Waterproof canvas pouch with descriptive text as to content, and how the content is to be used. Excellent damage free condition. Named to the owner. (A few years back I opened one to study content and check out the medicines. The ‘critical medicines’ were degenerated/evaporated, I would ‘guess’ most are with the

  • RAF GR VI KC OFFICER CAP BADGE

    An impressive kings crown RAF officer cap badge, in bullion wire and coloured thread detail. Tarnishing to bullion wire with some mothing to the black backing edging. The crown is slightly larger than the ‘norm’ making for a particularly impressive looking badge. Some double sided tape to reverse where removed from a frame, should clean off.

    £60.00
  • RAF ER II OFFICER CAP BADGE

    A good used condition RAF ER II officer bullion wire cap badge. Damage free badge. Backing material with traces of double sided take where removed from a frame, should clean off.

    £15.00
  • RAF GR VI KC 51ST BOMBER SQUADRON BLAZER BADGE

    A superb KC George VI blazer badge for the 51st Bomber Squadron. Outstanding coloured thread and bullion wire detail in damage free condition. Reverse with good Indian maker details paper label. Badge slightly grubby.

    £35.00
  • RAF ER II STATION EASTLEIGH BLAZER BADGE

    A superb condition, well made (old style manufacture) blazer badge, for the RAF Station Eastleigh. Slightly grubby, damage free badge, with good multi-coloured thread detail. Bullion thread in damage free condition.

    £15.00
  • RAFVR ER II BLAZER BADGE

    A well used ER II Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve RAFVR blazer badge. Good bullion wire work now faded due to wear.

    £5.00