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RAF Navigators Chartboard

RAF Navigators Chartboard Type B, Mk 2.

Air Ministry Ref. No. 6B/137.

Wooden plotting board with a brass articulated arm and an adjustable perspex ruler.

Manufactured by E.R. Watts & Son, London.

A.M. and Kings Crown stamped with a 1940 date code.

Has a canvas pencil holder fixed to the rear side.

Comes with a 1940 dated RAF map of East Anglia.

In a very good 'used' working condition with some slight damage to one edge of the board.

FOR SALE TO THE UK & EU ONLY.

Code: 51225Price: 225.00 GBP


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RAF Escape & Evasion Language Phrase List

An 'Original' wartime issue RAF Phrase List to be carried with an Escape/Survival kit or pouch.

This list has useful - French, Dutch, German and Spanish phrases - all next to their English equivalent.

The list size (unfolded) = 16 x 5".

It is printed on brown card.

In an excellent 'issued' condition.

Part of the MI9 / RAF air crew issue Escape & Evasion kit.

Code: 51223Price:


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WW2 RAF Emergency Bail Out Oxygen Hose

An RAF Oxygen Mask, High Altitude Emergency Bail-Out Rubber Supply Hose & Clip.

The hose has a brass Mk IV Bayonet Connector and clip also an inserted metal side attachment bayonet fitting, for a small diameter Emergency bail out oxygen supply hose.

The Seat Type Parachute pack would hold the emergency oxygen cylinder which is held inside a pocket sewn on to the side of the pack.

Primarily used for high altitude Photo Reconnaissance Unit Spitfire pilots, but also for use by RAF pilots operating high above oxygen level.

To Fit Oxygen Masks type G and H.

An unusual and rare wartime Oxygen Hose.

In an Excellent Condition.

Code: 51224Price:


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RAF Navigation Course & Speed Calculator, Boxed

An early Air Ministry Navigator's Course & Speed Calculator Mk IIa.

Ref No. 6B/125.

Issued as part of the Navigators kit during the early part of WW2.

With original pencil.

The calculator comes in it's wooden carrying case, which is reference marked at one end.

This instrument is in an Excellent original working condition.

Code: 51222Price:


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WW2 Flare Tins (3)

Wartime dated set of three Flare Tins.

Tins are now empty, but would have held Red, Green, and Yellow flares.

Each tin size, 6 x 3 " x 1 1/4".

In a very good condition with some slight surface rust and scratching.

Code: 51219Price:


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RAF Woollen Boot Socks

RAF, Cream Woollen Boot Socks.

These woollen socks are War Department Arrow marked.

Size, about a 10.

Also used by the Royal Navy.

In a good 'issued' clean condition.

Code: 51221Price:


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RCAF Pilots Wings, English Made, on Wing Commander Cuff

A fine pair of wartime 'English' made, Royal Canadian Air Force Pilots Wings stitched onto a Wing Commander Tunic Cuff.

The Wings are made from double twist silk thread on a black felt back ground.

They are Padded type.

Unfortunately, not named.

In a good condition.

Code: 51220Price:


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RAF B-Type Leather Flying Helmet

RAF B-Type Zip Ear Leather Flying Helmet.

This classic RAF flying helmet is famous for being the type worn by Fighter Pilots during the Battle of Britain.

Air Ministry Ref. No. 22C/65, which is labelled and stamped on the side of the helmet.

The helmet outside chrome leather is in a very good condition.
The Bennett's buckle fastener's are complete, and the chin strap retains it's metal end-piece.

With Zip Ear receiver coverings and a pair of grey rubber cushions inside.
Both zips work perfectly and both leather pullers are present.

The inside chamois leather is complete, but with some slight soiling.
A nice Air Ministry label is stitched to the crown, with the size 3.

Named.

This helmet is in a very good 'used' condition.

Code: 51218Price:


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RAF Dinghy Knife

RAF Dinghy Floating Knife.

Issued as part of the K-Type Dinghy equipment.

This is the smaller of the two sizes of safety knife (6" long).

The knife has a cork handle allowing it to float, a securing lanyard, and a single sided blade with no point, to protect inadvertently puncturing the dinghy.

The blade is engraved with the military arrow and Air Ministry Ref. No. 27C/2125.

No scabbard.

In a good condition with some marks on the blade.

Code: 51217Price:


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RAF Mk IVB Flying Goggles Complete Boxed Set

An Excellent Boxed Pair of RAF Mk IVB Flying Goggles Complete with their Accessories Kit.

Air Ministry Stores Ref. No. 22C/167.

The Goggles are in excellent condition complete with detachable Sun Screen (22C/113) which is also in excellent condition.
They have good clear lenses fitted and an excellent Air Ministry stamped leather strap.
The loops and fabric covered springs are excellent.
The inside frame rubber face sponges are also very good.

The nicely stamped and labelled card box (some storage stains and staple rust) holds the accessories for the goggles which are a complete issued set.

These include - a small card box containing a pair of tinted lenses (delaminated) a bakelite tube of 'Everclear', metal adjustment key / spanner.

The main box also holds - the leather and chamois forehead protection strip and three waxed envelopes containing an excellent 'full set' of helmet adaption plates and poppers.
These are for adapting the B or C Type Flying Helmets, and can be fixed in place using the copper rivets provided in another envelope.

A super 'complete set' of Mk IVB Goggles.

Code: 51216Price:

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