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852 RAF Mk. IVB Goggles Accessories Case - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Mk. IVB Goggles Accessories Case - This item is lacking contents but perfect to display with a set of IVB goggles and it should be possible to collect over time the missing contents which would have included spare lenses, Everclear demist stick and a tool for removing the flip screen. An identical case is illustrated on page 33 of Mick Prodger's excellent Luftwaffe v. RAF Flying Clothing book. The case is made from brown leather (amazing quality for wartime production) and crisply stamped with AM, King's Crown and stores ref. no. 22C/167. Measures 5" x 4" (14cm x 11cm)
4683 Auer 302 Neophan Glider Pilot's Goggles - Click for the bigger picture SoldAuer 302 Neophan Glider Pilot's Goggles - These were designed for both motorcycle and aircrew use and date from the pre-war and WWII period. The frame is nickel plated with leather face cushions and sprung elastic back strap. This pattern had the advantage of providing a wide field of view. This set is fitted with Perspex lenses which we believe to be replacements but an excellent display example of a scarce NSFK issue goggles.
2440 Trench Art Plexiglas Table Lamp - Click for the bigger picture SoldTrench Art Plexiglas Table Lamp - A most unusual, decorative and useful item. The base and stem are all made from material salvaged from aircraft canopy acrylic. The base is in octagonal form and has a King's Crown RAF sweetheart badge applied to it with a matching octagonal fitting to the top of the stem. The lamp has just been rewired with modern braided cable together with a new lamp holder. The lampshade fitted is for photographic purposes only and is not included in the sale. Height 15" (38cm)
4747 Luftwaffe Fliegerbrille Flying Goggles DR352 - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Fliegerbrille Flying Goggles DR352 - A near text book example in original issue box indicating manufactured by Phillipp M. Winter werk no. 1597. The goggles are fitted with clear lenses and the nose bridge is dated (19)42. The back strap is in near perfect condition and a spare set of tinted lenses in cloth pouches marked umbral 75% complete the set. The issue box shows some age wear but otherwise would be hard to improve upon.
5210 RAF Spectacles Flying Type G - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Spectacles Flying Type G - Broad Arrow marked with stores ref. no. 22G/1398 and further marked 840. This example is post war issue although very similar in design to the wartime pattern. In excellent issued condition but lacking case.
5038 Wellington Parachute Drill Air Safety Poster - Click for the bigger picture SoldWellington Parachute Drill Air Safety Poster - This is an original WWII issue safety poster marked IOU/13189 RAF Restricted and would have been used to familiarise Wellington aircrew how to correctly stow parachute packs in their aircraft. On the reverse side are further drawings illustrating bail out procedures from the various crew positions. This is the first example of this type of poster that we have had and suspect very few have survived. In excellent crisp condition with one minor tear to the right edge but this does not detract and would look wonderful framed and glazed. We will no doubt wait a long time to find another. 38" X 26" (97cm x 66cm)
5467 Skytrex Avro Lancaster 111 model 1/200 scale - Click for the bigger picture SoldSkytrex Avro Lancaster 111 model 1/200 scale - A very high quality cast metal scale model with aircraft code EM P representing Lancaster EE141 which flew with 207 squadron from RAF Langar and was delivered on 31st May, 1943. She was shot down by night fighters north of Magderburg on 16th December, 1943. Amazing detail despite the small scale. Complete with original packaging. Wing span 6" (15.5cm)
PC166 Spitfire Skin Relic - Click for the bigger picture SoldSpitfire Skin Relic - A framed and glazed section of metal taken from original Spitfire aircraft during restoration. This is embossed Spitfire serial no. K9942 type F Mk. IA. We do not know the actual airframe this relic came from but still a very attractive display item. Frame measures 7.5" x 5.5" (19.5cm x 14cm)
PC165 Spitfire Skin Relic - Click for the bigger picture SoldSpitfire Skin Relic - A framed and glazed section of metal taken from original Spitfire aircraft during restoration. This is embossed Spitfire serial no. P7350 type F Mk. IIA. We do not know the actual airframe this relic came from but still a very attractive display item. Frame measures 9.5" x 7.5" (24cm x 20cm)
PC164 Spitfire Skin Relic - Click for the bigger picture SoldSpitfire Skin Relic - A framed and glazed section of metal taken from original Spitfire aircraft during restoration. This is embossed Rolls Royce Merlin 61 no. 1428 and dated 1942. We do not know the actual airframe this relic came from but still a very attractive display item. Frame measures 9.5" x 7.5" (24cm x 20cm)
PC163 Spitfire Skin Relic - Click for the bigger picture SoldSpitfire Skin Relic - A framed and glazed section of metal taken from original Spitfire aircraft during restoration. This is embossed Spitfire serial number N3200 type F Mk. I. We do not know the actual airframe this relic came from but still a very attractive display item. Frame measures 9.5" x 7.5" (24cm x 20cm)
PC162 Spitfire Skin Relic - Click for the bigger picture SoldSpitfire Skin Relic - A framed and glazed section of metal taken from original Spitfire aircraft during restoration. This is embossed Supermarine Works, Vickers, Southampton and with Spitfire type code 300 and is also stamped Eastleigh and K5054 - the serial number of the prototype Spitfire. We do not know the actual airframe this relic came from (certainly not K5054!)but still a very attractive display item. Frame measures 9.5" x 7.5" (24cm x 20cm)
5344 Spitfire X 4473 & Messerschmitt BF109E Crash Relics - Click for the bigger picture SoldSpitfire X 4473 & Messerschmitt BF109E Crash Relics - Mounted in a glazed frame with information concerning both aircraft. The Spitfire served with 58 OTU and was lost near Cardiff 14.07.43. The 109 flew with 3 Jagdgeschwader 51 (Molders Unit) and was shot down on 27th November, 1940 crashing near Iden Green, Kent. Frame measures 15" x 12" (38cm x 30cm)
5243 Propeller Tip Souvenir from 41 Fighter Reconnaissance Wing Hawarden - Click for the bigger picture SoldPropeller Tip Souvenir from 41 Fighter Reconnaissance Wing Hawarden - We were told when we purchased this item that it was recovered from a Gladiator propeller. On close inspection we noticed scratched into the propeller is 41 OTU 7.03.45 Hawarden, Chester. It would appear therefore this tip was recovered from a crash at Hawarden on this date. If any visitors can provide further information, we would be happy to add details to our listing. In late 1944 41 OTU was operating Hurricanes, Spitfires, Harvard, Martinet, Proctor and Dominie aircraft. 6.5" (17cm)
5299 Airspeed Oxford Propeller Tip & Data Plate - Click for the bigger picture SoldAirspeed Oxford Propeller Tip & Data Plate - These items originated from an RAF propeller circa 1940 which was powered by a Cheetah X engine with left hand rotation. The brass plaque has been removed from the hub and both items carry original RAF paint. Sadly we have no provenance of the aircraft from which they were removed. 7" (18cm)
5298 RAF Propeller Tip Picture Frame - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Propeller Tip Picture Frame - A fine example of WWII trenchart with a picture frame insert featuring an RAF airman in great coat and forage cap. Mounted above is an RAF other ranks cap badge. The reverse has a hand crafted alloy support for desk use. We checked inside in case the picture was identified but sadly it is not. We did find, however, a further photograph most probably of the same airman which was marked La Rue Suliman Pacha, La Caire, so our frame appears to have originated from Egypt and would have been made from a propeller taken from a crashed British, German or Italian aircraft. La Rue Suliman Pacha, Cairo was renamed in 1964.
3352 USAAF 'Flighter by Bancroft' Officer's Summer Crusher Cap in Tan - Click for the bigger picture SoldUSAAF 'Flighter by Bancroft' Officer's Summer Crusher Cap in Tan - This is an excellent issued example named to H.W. Beraufen inside the leather peak. The internal hat band is embossed Flighter by Bancroft curve controlled. An original gilt officer's badge is attached and the leather chinstrap is in place. No moth damage and a well above average example of this classic WWII crusher. No size marked but appears to be about a medium.
3080 RAF Hullavington Presertation Tankard - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Hullavington Presertation Tankard - Engraved to front 'Presented to the Officers Mess Hullavington by No. 2 E.C.F.S. Course October 1942'. Hullavington in Wiltshire opened as a flying training school in 1942. A new unit termed the Empire Central Flying School (ECFS) was formed and on 15th July, 1942 no. 2 course flying Blenheim V's started. It was customary to present a gift to the officers mess on completion of the course and clearly that it where this tankard then served. It is marked on the base Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1 pint capacity. RAF Hullavington closed in 1965. If our tankard could talk, it would clearly have some tales to tell!
1721 Trench Art Jewelery or Trinket Box - Click for the bigger picture SoldTrench Art Jewelery or Trinket Box - Beautifully made using timber taken from a laminated wooden propeller. The unknown hand that made this piece certainly had excellent woodwork skills and it is far superior to most we see. With close fitting lid and velvet lined interior. Probably dates to WWI. Measures 8"(20cm) long.
4666 Harvard I & II Spade Grip AH2242 - Click for the bigger picture SoldHarvard I & II Spade Grip AH2242 - A classic example of a WWII RAF spade grip which is similar in many ways to an early Spitfire example but as the Harvard had toe operated brakes, there was no requirement for a brake lever or guide plates. Both hydrolic pipes are in place and the gun button, finished in alloy rather than brass, works as intended. In original black paint with a near perfect grip cover, it would be hard to find a more original example.
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