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  • RAF WW2 TRINIDAD NATIONALITY TITLE

    An excellent condition ‘Trinidad’ nationality title. Moth and damage free. Early white on dark blue backing. Remains of small traces of old glue and paper to reverse where removed from a collectors album.

    £55.00
  • RAF WW2 GUERNSEY NATIONALITY TITLE

    An excellent condition ‘Guernsey’ nationality title. Moth and damage free, with some minor age staining to obverse and reverse. Remains of small traces of old glue and paper to reverse where removed from a collectors album.

    £65.00
  • RAF / AM SNAKE BITE SURVIVAL ‘MEDICAL KIT’

    A rare small item of personal kit issued to air crew in the middle and far east theatre’s of war and intended for carrying within flight clothing. It contains a small concealed blade intended to open the bite wound and a small concealed capsule of what was then crude anti - venom medicine (Still present, see images). Excellent complete condition. Age verification required with this order

    £175.00
  • RAAF WW2 LEADING AIRCRAFTSMAN TRADE BADGE

    RAAF (Royal Australian Air Force) WW2 vintage Leading Aircraftsman trade badge. Twin blade propeller in mid blue thread. Grubby used condition, with one area of moth.

    £12.00
  • BRITISH RAF NATIONAL SERVICE VINTAGE (1950’s) A.T.C. LEADING CADET QUALIFICATION PATCH

    Revised listing :- An Air Training Corps 'Leading Cadet' trade badge. First introduced to the service in 1942. Used removed from a tunic. (I have revised this listing in the light of diligent information supplied by a valued aviation customer).

    £12.00
  • BRITISH RAF NATIONAL SERVICE VINTAGE RAF INSIGNIA

    A good matched pair of RAF battledress sleeve ‘birds and an RAF Marksman’s sleeve qualification badge. Worn in the main by members of the RAF regiment. (The RAF marksman’s sleeve qualification was first introduced in 1949.…It is still issued today). This and the two listings above are aimed primarily at the junior aviation collector.

    £15.00
  • RAF MOUNTAIN RESCUE SERVICE SLEEVE PATCH

    A scarce sleeve patch as issued firstly during the National Service period in the RAF's history (Feb 23rd 1959) to airman volunteering to rescue air crew from mountain and inaccessible areas after flying accidents, particularly in the mountainous training regions of the Highlands of Scotland. Excellent moth and damage free condition, but grubby where removed from a tunic.

    £95.00