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RAF Aircraft Flight Check List Plate
Post War RAF aircraft Cockpit Check List Plate.
This celluloid data plate, lists the pre Take-Off and Landing checks needed to have been completed by the pilot.
It also has a handy conversion table for knots to m.p.h. airspeed.
size, 6 ½" x 4".
Ref No. stamped on the reverse.
Code: 51109Price: 15.00 GBP
WW2 RAF Officers Side Cap
WW2, RAF Officer Side Cap with a gilt Eagle & Kings Crown badge, plus brass buttons.
The brown silk lining has a rubber stamped tailors name, and a size, 6 3/4" plus a 1942 date.
The cap is in a very good 'issued' condition, and looks to be moth free.
Code: 51110Price: 58.00 GBP
WW2 Aeroplane Spotter / Observer Corps Bulletin
Twelve editions of 'The Aeroplane Spotter' in their original binder, ranging in dates from 1941 - 48.
This magazine was regularly issued to the Royal Observer Corps for the latest intel on enemy aircraft.
Each edition is 12 x 8" in size and has 12 pages of text, photographs, drawings and silhouette's.
In a good condition.
Code: 51114Price: 20.00 GBP
RAF G-Type Oxygen Mask and Hose
RAF Oxygen Mask, Type - G and Supply Hose and clip.
The rubber mask is supple and the overall shape is very good.
It is free of any major damage, and only has some cracking on the nose wire rubber fixing lugs (see photos).
It has a type 25 microphone assembly (loom and plug) and the inner moisture cap and clip.
The Elastic harness is very good.
The inside of the mask is chamois lined around the edge and is in a very good condition, and is unusually named.
The mask has an Air Ministry Stores Ref. No. 6D/645.
The rubber Oxygen Hose is in excellent condition and is complete with the Bayonet fitting, type Mk IV.
This fitting is Air Ministry Stamped, with a Ref No. 6D/526.
RAF Handley Page Hasting Pilots Notes
a scarce set of Original RAF issue Pilots Notes for H.P. Hastings 1 Aircraft, and some extra notes.
Air Ministry issue pilots notes, A.P. 2979A, dated 1948.
Some 65 pages of text, drawings and cockpit controls photo pull-outs.
Included are separate papers which include - Pilots ground check, list of Pilots & Engineers fuse board components, engine starting procedure and feathering.
Only a small amount of these Hastings 1 pilots notes were printed by the Air Ministry.
The Pilots notes are in a good 'used' condition (see photos).
RAF 1943 Pattern Escape Boots
A pair of RAF 1943 pattern 'Escape' Flying Boots.
These are in excellent condition, with the added bonus of having very clean inner fur and being odour free.
The boots look to have no damage to the suede uppers, or to the (replacement) leather soles and heels.
Both zips are working and the pullers are Air Ministry stamped.
Approximately a size 7 or 8.
RAF Flight Sergeant Pilot Tunic & Side Cap
WW2, RAF Flight Sergeant Pilot Service Dress Tunic with Separate Belt plus his Forage Cap.
RAF blue serge material, with brass Kings Crown buttons.
Issued to RAF Flt/Sgt, J.W. Molineux, who trained and qualified as a pilot in Canada, where he was presented with his wings.
On returning to the UK he then flew with the RAF.
In July 1944 he was transferred to the Air Transport Auxiliary service, at White Waltham airfield.
Here he began ferrying various types of aircraft to RAF air bases around the country, flying as an ATA Pilot 3rd Officer.
The tunic has his Wartime pattern Sergeant stripes and shoulder Eagle badges and his Canadian issued RAF wings.
Tunic has its label with the size.
His Forage Cap has a brass other ranks badge and buttons.
It has his initials on the inside sweat band (see photo).
The tunic & Cap look to be in a good 'issued' condition.
His ATA badge and ephemera are also listed on this site, item number 50998.
RAF Navigation Course & Speed Calculator
An early Air Ministry Navigator's Course & Speed Calculator Mk II.
Ref No. 6B/119.
Air Ministry marked and dated 1936.
Issued as part of the Navigator's kit during the early part of WW2.
Comes with pencil.
This instrument is in a very good original working condition.
Code: 51107Price: 55.00 GBP
WW2 SAAF Air Gunner / Bomb Aimer's Log Book
South African Air Force issue Observer's & Air Gunners Flying Log Book (1942).
Issued to Sgt. R.A. Lindon, who qualified as an Air Gunner and Bomb Aimer in 1943 and 1944.
The Log has about 30 pages of entries, which include rubber stamps and signatures.
He seems to be flying in Fairey Battle, Avro Anson and Airspeed Oxford aircraft, duties include Navigator, Air Gunner , Bomb Aimer.
All entries are for the period of 1943-46, and look to be mainly training exercises but research is needed.
With the Log Book are two separate papers, one listing all of the aircraft serial numbers he flew in and a headed letter from an RAF historian.
Code: 51105Price: 110.00 GBP
WW2 Women's Junior Air Corps Cap
Women's Junior Air Corps Forage Cap.
The WJAC provided training and activities, including drill, morse code, marksmanship, physical training, first aid, motor maintenance, and aircraft recognition.
But in 1939, the Air Ministry initially disapproved of the forming of the Women's Junior Air Corps, although it later softened its approach and provided support on ranks, badges, and uniform guidance, with these mainly copying those of the RAF.
Other optional training was available to the cadets and this was used to prepare the girls for wartime service in the Women's Auxiliary Air Force and the Air Transport Auxiliary.
This is an original WJAC grey Forage Cap and Badge.
Made of a smooth grey serge cloth and black cotton fabric lining.
Two white metal WJAC buttons are at the front and a silk thread on felt, embroidered badge is sewn on to the side.
Size approx, 21 1/4" (6 5/8").
The cap is in excellent condition free of moth or other damage.
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