A rare piece of early (first pattern uniform) RAF uniform insignia being the sleeve’I’ detailing a member of an RAF immobile service unit.
White ‘I’ on black backing.
Moth and damage free, with traces of old glue and paper to the reverse where removed from an album.
(Worn in the main by female RAF members).
A very nice, used condition RFC officer quality side cap. Whip cord material is moth and damage free, slightly grubby.
Interior is in matching damage free condition. Exterior fittings are an other ranks quality cap badge that has always been in situ. Front flap buttons in dark bronze.
No name or maker details to the interior.
A very nice, used condition RFC side cap attributed to Flt Sgt Alfred Bather.
The cap is of a lesser quality than an officer example, as might be expected.
All Brass other ranks cap badge has been in situ ‘forever’ and is accompanied by other ranks brass front buttons.
Cap is moth and damage free showing moderate use with the interior grubby presumably from hair tonic.
An inked name