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WW2 RAF Oxygen Mask Hose & Clip
RAF Oxygen Mask, Rubber Oxygen Supply Tube & Clip.
Wartime pattern, which will fit Oxygen Mask Type G and H.
Bayonet fitting type Mk IV.
Air Ministry Stamped, with Ref No. 6D/526.
In an Excellent condition (some slight cracking around the end fittings).
Battle of Britain Experience
The Battle of Britain Experience by Richard Overy, 75th Anniversary Edition.
On 18th June 1940, Churchill declared in the House of Commons - The Battle of France is over... the Battle for Britain is about to begin.
With the fall of France, Great Britain was Hitler's last remaining stepping-stone to European domination.
Author Richard Overy, Professor of History at the University of Exeter, is a world-renowned historian and an expert on the history of the Second World War.
Published in association with the Imperial War Museum and in association with the RAF.
This Hard Back book has some excellent photographs and text.
It is accompanied by some fascinating removable facsimile documents, including extracts from Douglas Bader's Flying Log Book, Hurricane Pilots Diary, German Orders to invade Gt. Britain, Spitfire Pilots Notes, RAF Operations Room Plotting Map, etc....
In a very good condition.
RAF B-Type Helmet Silk Makers Label, 1940
Genuine Battle of Britain 1940 Dated, B-Type Flying Helmet Silk Manufacturer's Label.
This large label was removed from the inside of a scrapped B-Type flying helmet.
It is roughly 2 ½" square (65mm).
This type of label is shown on page 53 of Mick Prodger's Excellent reference book "Vintage Flying Helmets".
Code: 50995Price: 30.00 GBP
RAF, Air Ministry marked Mk III Flying Goggles
RAF Mk III Flying Goggles.
The leather strap is Air Ministry & Kings Crown stamped with a Ref No. 22C/69 (some of the stamped numbers are worn) and it is Named on the inside.
The cellulose goggle lenses are in a good and clear condition, with some small scratches.
The metal frames are very good, and they retain a good percentage of their paintwork.
The stitching is in place and the front hinge lugs are present.
The inside brown felt padding is good and clean, and the leather face mask is in a good condition with some minor scuffing.
The internal padding is stiff in places.
The leather strap has very good working fabric covered springs at either side.
Air Ministry marked, Mk III goggles, are becoming increasingly difficult to find.
RAF Group of Photographs - Original
Original Wartime Group of RAF Photographs.
Ten photos of various sizes corner mounted on card.
Shots of Spitfire MkIX, Harvard, Anson, Willys Jeep etc..
Look to be possibly taken in Burma.
Code: 50993Price: 30.00 GBP
WW2 Carrier Pigeon Capsule and Message Form
A rare original Wartime Carrier Pigeon leg capsule with rolled up message form inside and also a separate message form.
The clear Cellulose Acetate two piece tube unscrews allowing access to the rolled up message.
A webbing strap and press stud fastener fixes the capsule to the pigeon's leg.
With the capsule is a unused message form.
If so desired, this transparent form can be placed over a map allowing the sender to give a part map tracing, so ensuring accurate map co-ordinates.
The form is made of a thin type of 'tracing' paper and is of 9" square.
In an Excellent condition.
RAF Mk VIII Flying Goggles.
WW2, RAF Mk VIII Flying Goggles.
Retaining nearly all of the original grey frame paint.
The outer leather face pad is in a good condition, and the inside chamois leather is very good.
Air Ministry stamped with Ref No. 22C/930 on leather nose piece.
The clear glass safety lenses are in very good condition.
The original goggle strap is good and complete, with some soiling and wear.
These goggles are in a very good 'used' condition.
RAF C-Type Leather Flying Helmet - Largest Size
A Fully Wired, RAF C-Type Leather Flying Helmet.
Air Ministry Ref. No. 22C/880, size 4 (Largest Size).
Ref. No. stamped on the side (see photo).
The outer leather is good and supple.
The straps and press studs are complete and working.
The elastic chin strap is in good order, although a little tired.
Inside the chamois leather liner is in a good condition.
It is without any damage, but it has some soiling due to being used (see photo).
The electrics consist of a tan coloured Internal wiring loom and Jack plug, both in a very good condition.
A pair of type 32 earphone receivers are housed in the helmet's good black rubber ear cups.
RAF Hurricane Rudder Tail Lamp
RAF Hawker Hurricane Rudder Tail Lamp.
New & Boxed 'Old Stock'.
Air Ministry Ref No. 5C/498.
In original box with packet of fixing screws, as found.
Code: 50989Price: 55.00 GBP
RAF Flying Helmet Wiring Loom Impedance Switch
RAF Helmet Wiring Loom Impedance/Volume Control Switch box.
Air Ministry Ref No. 10A/13163.
Used in conjunction with the type 25 microphone (10A/12571).
Can be Connected into the wiring loom before the Jack Plug.
This would allow the wearer some kind of volume control.
In a good condition, with some minor 'pitting' to metal case.
& maintained by Concept500