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RAF Officer Cap Badge & Epaulettes

WW2, RAF Flight Lieutenant pair of Epaulettes and peak cap Badge.

All three show signs of being removed from the uniform.

The epaulette eagles are gold bullion wire thread and the rank braiding is gold metal type.
They both have their rear fixing straps.

The cap badge is gold bullion thread and silk embroidery on a black felt backing (slightly worn).

All in a good 'issued' condition.

Code: 51126Price: 65.00 GBP


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RAF Folland Gnat Pilots Control Top

RAF Pilots Control Column Stick Top for a Folland Gnat jet aircraft.

The Gnat aircraft was the aircraft type used by the RAF Red Arrows display team from 1964 up until 1979.

This Dunlop made grip has a Ref. No. AC 62966 on the identification plate.
There is a casting number on the opposite side.

It has been carefully removed from an aircraft (serial No. unknown) and it is 'free' standing for display.
All of the buttons and switches work and the 'crinkle' finish grip is in excellent condition.

Sold only as a collectable.

Code: 51128Price: 225.00 GBP


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RAF Woollen Boot Socks

RAF, Cream Woollen Boot Socks.

These Heavy gauge woollen socks are War Department Arrow marked.

Size, 10.

Also used by the Royal Navy.

In a good 'issued' clean condition (one is slightly shaded).

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WW2 RAF Officer Service Dress Cap

WW2, RAF Officer Cap.

Peak type with a nice Bullion Kings Crown Cap Badge on a black Mohair band, with a black patent leather chin strap.

Size, 22 3/4" circumference, which is a 7 1/8".

The cap is in a great 'used' condition without any damage.

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RAF Mosquito Pilot Wartime Ephemera

Wartime RAF Mosquito Fighter Pilots Ephemera.

RAF F/O Allan Charles Biggar flew with RAF 256 Squadron.

Here we have for sale his service paperwork and books.

This consists of -
His 1940 dated 'call up' papers to the RAF, Two Booklets from his E.F.T.S. training in Canada where he gained his Pilots wings,
A 1941 dated RAF Manston pass out form, His RAF Service Release Book, Pay Book, Validity Card and others, his Wife's WAAF Service Release Book, their Identity Cards, His p/w Aviation Licence with photos, other RAF letters, some research (more is needed) etc......

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RAF Mosquito Pilot Flying Helmet & Goggles.

RAF Early pattern D-Type Flying Helmet & Mk VIII Flying Goggles.

Named to RAF Pilot, F/O, Allan Charles Biggar of 256 Squadron.
He flew RAF Mosquito Fighter's.

His Canvas D-Type Flying Helmet has an Air Ministry Ref. No. 22C/584 which is stamped on to the neck flap, and is a size 4.
Inside it is named to him.

The helmet is the 2nd pattern (or intermediate) D-Type which has an external wiring loom (not present) and an elastic chin strap.
Side press studs fixings are for the D, E and G-Type Oxygen Masks and also a retaining clip to one side is present.

The rubber ear cups are in a very good condition and are still pliable.
The inside silk lining is complete but soiled with use.
Overall Condition is a good 'Used' helmet.

The Mk VIII Flying Goggles have tinted lenses (which have some small chips).
The leather surrounds are complete but show signs of cracking.
The elastic strap is in a nice condition, with some rust marks.
Overall, these goggles are in a good 'used' condition.

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WW2 Air Training Corps Squadron Badge

Wartime ATC Squadron tunic Shoulder Badge.

1921 Squadron was for the Lewisham, London Wing.

Made from black cotton fabric with blue silk embroidered letters and printed numbers.

These badges are now getting much harder to find.

In a very good 'issued' condition, showing signs of being removed from a tunic.

Code: 51123Price:


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Brief Glory: The Story Of A.T.A. 1st Edition

Brief Glory: The wartime story of the Air Transport Auxiliary, by E.C. Cheesman.

This is a 1st Edition (1946) of the definitive history of the ATA.

During the period 1939-1945 the ATA ferried more than 308,000 Aircraft from the factories to the RAF.

Of special interest: the book lists all of the names of the pilots and crew who were in ATA service, etc.........

Hard cover (no D/J) with 248 'glossy' pages and 70+ black & white photographs.

In a good 'well used' condition.

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RAF Navigator Map of North Sea / Holland

Original RAF Navigator's Map for the North Sea and Holland, including the English East Coast.

Showing - London (part), Great Yarmouth, The Wash, Grimsby, North Sea, Dutch coasts, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Zuider Zee, etc......

Dated 1944.

Size, 42 x 26".

Printed paper, in a good 'Issued' folded condition.

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RAF Gloster Meteor Night Fighter Mk 14 Manual A.P.

A good 'Original' RAF Air Publication Manual for the Meteor Night Fighter Mk14 Jet Aircraft.

A.P. 2210 P, Volume 1, first dated April 1954 and then various amendments go up to Feb. 1962.

Numerous pages of informative text, drawings and 'pull-out diagrams'.

In a good 'used' condition.

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