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  • WW2 BRITISH RAF / AM CLOTH AUXILIARY SERVICE ‘A’s

    A good matched pair of RAF Auxiliary service personnel uniform ’A’s. Worn in this format on the upper sleeve. Excellent moth and damage free condition, pale blue detail in heavy black wool backing. The A.A.F. was formed in the early 1920’s and was used to supplement (make up numbers) regular service personnel. It was disbanded in 1945.

  • WW2 BRITISH A.T.A. SILVER OFFICIAL ISSUE LAPEL BADGE

    A superb example of an official issue silver, Air Transport Auxiliary lapel badge. Stunning obverse badge detail, with the reverse having a brooch pin fitting and issue serial number only….no silver marks. Issued as an official badge of recognition for service with the A.T.A. and worn on civilian clothing only. Stunning damage free item ! A.T.A. Pilots have since WW2 achieved the recognition that they deserved as a civilian

    £425.00
  • WW2 BRITISH RAF RADIO OBSERVER AIR CREW B.D. TOP

    A very good condition Air Crew battle dress top to a Flight Lieutenant Radio Observer. A rare brevet to be found on a BD top as this early issue (1941) brevet was soon superseded by other less conspicuous ‘half wings’. Excellent damage free condition top showing moderate / light use. All insignia is with some fading, and has a ‘dusty / grubby untouched look’. Left breast with half

    £350.00
  • WW2 RAF PHOTOGRAPH GROUPING

    A small group of photographs & ephemera of RAF interest collected by one family member. The groupings main interest is that of showing early training flight aircraft and early flying clothing / equipment. 12 items in total, all in very good damage free condition.

    £24.00
  • BRITISH EARLY POST WW2 FLYING LICENCE

    An excellent condition 1947 issued civil pilots licence. The holder is valid to fly civil flying machines land types. The holders photograph may have been taken while wearing an RAF battle dress. The jacket he is wearing has epaulettes. Worthy of further research to determine the holders war service.

    £55.00
  • WW2 BRITISH RAF / AM ESCAPE AND EVASION SILK MAP:- FRENCH INDO-CHINA

    RAF/Air Ministry silk escape and evasion map of French Indo-China and Siam (Sheets J & K). Double sided map is in excellent condition with all detail in clear colour and text. Silk maps were issued to all air crew in the event they were 'downed' in enemy held territory to aid there escape. The relevant maps were issued as per the operations flown.

    £35.00
  • RAF HENDON 1932 FLYING DAY PUBLIC SCHOOLS PASS

    A very nice condition, RAF Hendon 1932 flying day pass for Public Schools boys. Manufactured in card and complete with is original red chord hanger. Some faint pencilled detail to reverse. Superb damage free condition. An item that was not intended for longevity and as such a rare item !

    £60.00
  • RAF SQUADRON BADGE 25 MAINTENANCE UNIT

    A good kings crown gilded base metal and multi-coloured enamel unit badge. Brooch pin fitting, no maker details.

    £15.00
  • RAF / AM AIR CREW TYPE B ‘SPECIAL RATION’ TIN

    An excellent condition tin as issued to air crew as an ‘in flight treat’, which in its day would have carried boiled sweats and chewing gum etc. Tin with minor scratching and surface abrasing….content sadly long gone.

    £85.00
  • WW2 RAF ID NECK DISCS

    A good pair of other ranks WW2 RAF ID tags with 4 attached ‘souvenir of service’ highly polished tunic buttons. ID tags clearly marked with wearer details to obverse and to reverse stamped RAF.

    £15.00
  • ‘THE NAVAL BULLETIN’ Vol. 2 No. 6 DECEMBER 1944

    The naval news, views and entertainments magazine 'The Naval Bulletin for Port of Spain and Piarco', as read by many naval trainee air crew based in this part of the world for their air training. Excellent damage free condition with many interesting advertisements for local businesses in the West Indies.

    £15.00
  • ERII RAF BERET BADGE

    A good untouched ERII RAF beret badge. All gilt finish remaining. Mounted on a black wool felt backing.