RAF D-Type Oxygen Mask Microphone Assembly
This is a rare RAF D-Type Oxygen Mask, Carbon Type 'E' Microphone Assembly.
Air Ministry Stores Ref. No. 10A/9003.
Consisting of Carbon type Microphone (10A/9004) early type Wiring Loom (10A/7835) Earphone Receivers (10A/7063) brown Bakelite bell Plug type 58 (10A/7836).
The Microphone is in Excellent condition with working (Paxolin) t... read more
RAF Air Crew Europe Medal Group KIA
RAF ACE Medal Group of three, to Flying Officer, Peter Leslie Edwards.
F/O, Edwards flew with 408 (RCAF) Squadron, based at RAF Balderton, Nottinghamshire.
He was a Navigator/Observer flying in the cumbersome twin engined Hampden Bomber, and part of P/O, K.H. Taylor's crew.
On the night of 2/3 June 1942, Hampden AT154 took off from RAF... read more
Luftwaffe Heinkel He 111 Crashed Radio Part
Luftwaffe Heinkel He 111, Radio Antenna Jettison Control.
This is one of only a few pieces that were recovered from a shot down He 111, that crashed at Roe's Farm, Desford, Leic's, 8-9th April, 1941 (see last photo).
We were told that it was taken as a souvenir by a local man's father who was in the nearby Home Guard.
He was one of the troop ... read more
German Luftwaffe Bomb Fuse & Case
WW2 German Luftwaffe, Aerial Impact Bomb Fuse, In a near 'mint' condition.
Type - EL AZ 25 B.
Electrical impact fuse without any explosive content.
Fully stamped and dated (1942) on the top.
Removable dust cap, which again is fully stamped.
The fuse is Completely INERT.
Comes with a bak... read more
RAF Lancaster Radio Trailing Aerial
RAF Avro lancaster Radio Trailing Aerial Unit.
RAF Stores Ref. No. 10B/9005.
Used when operating the 1154/55 Transmitter - Radio.
This type of Aerial unit was situated on the inside of the Lancaster's fuselage wall, just to the left side of the Radio operator's seat / position.
The aerial wire was let out through a fixed apertur... read more
RAF Lancaster Radio Morse Key
RAF Lancaster type, Radio Morse Code Key.
Often referred to as a 'Bathtub' type key.
Air Ministry Stores Ref. No. 10A/7741.
It works in conjunction with the 1154/55 transmitter, radio.
Made of brown bakelite.
The top half opens to reveal the inner workings which can be manually adjusted.
In... read more
RAF Memorial Scroll
A genuine WW2, RAF Memorial Scroll.
Commemorates Pilot Officer C.H. Neary.
He was part of a RAF 434 Squadron Halifax Bomber crew, which failed to return on 11th June 1944, from a raid on a Versailles railway facility.
All but one of the crew were sadly killed.
This scroll was found in a broken frame with missing glass, and has s... read more
RAF 'Windak' Inner Heated Flying Suit
A scarce RAF Air Crew Heated Inner Flying Suit.
Air Ministry Stores Ref. No. 22C/1012, Type 'H'.
The type 'H' is a one-piece button fronted, full length inner flying suit made of brown twill or cotton lined rayon.
It is fitted with a simple knitted, large woollen collar.
The electrical supply was taken through a flexi... read more