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.
A very nice tea spoon made from light weight ‘Duralumin’ Zeppelin air frame material commemorating the test / demonstration flight of 5th August 1908.
Very nice ornate handle to the obverse and reverse detailing the flight.
A rare item !
On the 5th August 1908 the LZ 4 (Zeppelin) flew from Lake Constance down the Rhine to Strasbourg.
It stopped for engine repairs and while moored at the Flugfeld
A fine pair of early aviation googles as used by flyers during WW1
A petite pair of metal frames with imitation fur eye cushions and elasticated head band strap.
Lenses are in glass and are held in place by two hinged (left and right) closing panels, allowing lens replacement or a change of lens to tinted glass, an idea typical of their vintage. (See image 4 of