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  • WW2 RAF GILT & ENAMEL MINI SWEETHEART BROOCH

    An attractive base metal, gilt and enamel miniature RAF pilot sweetheart brooch. Superb condition, showing fine detail. Reverse with brooch pin style fitting. No maker details.

    £16.00
  • WW2 RAF CHROME AND ENAMEL SWEETHEART BROOCH

    A super looking chrome and three coloured enamel RAF pilot sweetheart brooch. Excellent damage free condition. Reverse with brooch pin fitting and is also complete with its safety chain and fitting pin. No maker details.

    £20.00
  • WW2 RAF GILT & ENAMEL SWEETHEART BROOCH

    An attractive base metal, gilt and enamel RAF pilot sweetheart brooch. Very good damage free condition. Reverse with brooch pin style fitting. No maker details.

  • WW2 BRITISH/ALLIED AIR CREW 1943 PATTERN ESCAPE AND EVASION FLIGHT BOOTS

    A fine pair of British/Allied WW2 aircrew escape and evasion boots. 1943 pattern, and adopted the same year by the Air Ministry boots developed from the MI9 Clayton Hutton earlier boot aimed at assisting crashed/parachuted air crew in hostile territory. The aim, the suede calf upper could be cut away ‘making’ a civilian looking shoe. A concealed knife within the sheep skin upper liner was intended forances) is

    £395.00
  • RAF/MI9 MINIATURE ESCAPE AND EVASION COMPASS

    Intended for concealment within other ‘every-day’ items. This small compass was used/concealed with fountain pens, the bowl of a pipe and if I’m not mistaken the lighter produced by MI9. Compass is in excellent damage free, working condition. A minor ‘work of art’, and now a rare item!

    £325.00
  • ALLIED AMERICAN ESCAPE AND EVASION AIRMAN’S MINIATURE COMPASS

    A very good (working) condition double glass sided miniature compass as used by American air-crew members. Good working order, if now a little slow. Glass faces with some scratching, as picked up over past years.

    £75.00
  • WW2 BRITISH RAF/AM ‘PADDED’ PILOT BREVET

    A very clean, used example of padded RAF pilot brevet. Moth and damage free, but now a little grubby due to use. Reverse with heavy canvas backing.

  • WW2 RAF RADIO OBSERVER (RO) HALF BREVET

    A superb example of a WW2 RO (Radio Observer) half brevet. Moth & damage free, very clean condition. Not a popular Brevet with RAF crews. German Intelligence were particularly interested in captured RO officers for their Radar knowledge.

  • WW2 BRITISH WAAF AUTOGRAPH ALBUM ARCHIVE

    A very nice, typical of the period, autograph album and associated items, amassed by a WAAF. The autograph album, carries signatures poems and drawings of people obviously close to the WAAF. Included also portrait photographs of herself and her ‘sweetheart’ along with a ‘Confirmation, illuminated card’. Nice small group of attributable items.

    £55.00
  • BRITISH RAF/AM PRE 1953 FULL DRESS PILOT BREVET

    A magnificent example of an RAF pre 1953 full dress bullion wire pilot brevet. Bullion wire is bright and undamaged. RAF backing in matching damage and moth free condition. Multi colour wire and detail making this a very attractive looking brevet. Backed with heavy duty canvas cotton.

    £110.00
  • WW2 RAF/AM TYPE 20/21 MICROPHONE

    A very good condition Type 20/21 microphone, with much original black paint finish, and all front detail in white hi-light. Switch in good working order. Interior with a now age hardened and shrivelled rubber ‘dounut’ (see images). The Type 21 replaced the Type 19 in October 1940, so an early microphone just post Battle of Britain.

    £165.00
  • WW2 BRITISH ROYAL NAVY AVIATION PERSONAL FIRST AID PACK

    A very good, un-opened personal First Aid kit as carried by Royal Navy aviators. Smaller in size and content than the RAF/AM equivalent, but effectively serving the same purpose, and primarily used in conjunction with burn injuries. The canvas cover is a little grubby but is undamaged. My experience of these pouches is that the medicines contained are degenerated/evaporated. That said this is a display item only and

    £200.00