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4808 Batttle of Britain BF110C Crash Relic Board - Click for the bigger picture SoldBatttle of Britain BF110C Crash Relic Board - This item was recovered from Messerschmitt No. 2137 code 2N+FM which was shot down by anti aircraft fire on 09/40 and crashed at Borden near Sittingbourne, Kent. The wreck was excavated by the Kent Battle of Britain museum when we assume this part was recovered. We are unsure as to what it is, although it could possibly be part of the control linkage system. Board measures 9" x 6" (23cm x 15cm)
4818 Hurricane Engine Exhaust Crash Relic - Click for the bigger picture SoldHurricane Engine Exhaust Crash Relic - A clearly identifiable item with evidence of mounting bracket where it was bolted onto the Merlin engine. We are told this relic was recovered from a Hurricane I, which served throughout the Battle of Britain. Despite the severe impact damage, a clearly identifiable and sizeable relic. 17" (44cm)
4829 Supermarine Spitfire Crash Relic - Click for the bigger picture SoldSupermarine Spitfire Crash Relic - We don't have any history with this one other than we were told it was recovered from a Spitfire crash site. The part appears to be from the carburetter system and has numerous numbers on the case together with traces of black paint and evidence of impact damage. Measures 6" long (15cm)
4735 Bronze Sculpture of RAF Airman - Click for the bigger picture SoldBronze Sculpture of RAF Airman - A fine head and shoulders example featuring the classic pose of a fighter pilot staring towards the sky. He is wearing an RAF Irvin flying jacket, "frock" roll neck sweater and silk scarf. On his head he has a C type flying helmet, Mk. VIII goggles and an H type oxygen mask. The bust is mounted on a quality marble base. We do not know who the sculpter is but he has provided a fine representation of a late war pilot. Measures 8" (20cm).
PC159
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Knight's Cross Holders of the Afrika Korps - Click for the bigger picture SoldKnight's Cross Holders of the Afrika Korps

In excellent condition and complete with dust cover. This volume was published in 1996 and details all of the Knight's Cross Holders of the Afrika Korps as well as the Wehrmacht personnel who served in the North African campaign. Each recipient is given a complete page as well as a full page WWII era photograph.

Pages: 351
Cover: Hard
Author: Franz Kurowski

PC156 Molders Squadron Copper Plate & Assorted Ephemera - Click for the bigger picture SoldMolders Squadron Copper Plate & Assorted Ephemera - JG74 Squadron received the honourary Molders name in 1973 but was subsequently withdrawn from use in 1998. The plate which is an impressive 11" (28cm) in diameter features the Molders Squadron badge in the central section with a hammered effect edge. The assorted ephemera which comes with this item is in a Molders Squadron folder which is in rather distressed condition. The contents include 10 pages of bound black and white photographs with German titles below which feature senior officers, ME109 aircraft, veterans and the unveiling of a memorial named to Wilhelm Frankl 1893-1917. In addition there are newspaper cuttings describing the same event and a further dated 22nd November, 1973 giving information on Wilhelm Frankl and Werner Molders with the history of JG74. There is other photocopied documentation all in German, including letters and reports related to the squadron.
PC155 100th Air Refueling Wing Paper Weight - Click for the bigger picture Sold100th Air Refueling Wing Paper Weight - Appears to be made from marble with a 100th air refueling shield mounted in the top section with a felt base. Measures: 3" x 3" (8cm x 8cm).
PC154 Blue Angels Blast Off Tie - Click for the bigger picture SoldBlue Angels Blast Off Tie - An impressive item featuring four US Navy blue angels display aircraft with a blue angels shield badge below named to Navy Air Training Command. The tie has a maker's label Ralph Marlin. The tie is dated 1997.
PC153 Altenstadt/00B Glazed Stein Tankard - Click for the bigger picture SoldAltenstadt/00B Glazed Stein Tankard - This example features an aluminium cover and a transfer to the front showing half an eagle and a parachute logo. Below the shield is marked Luftland - Lufttransportschule. No capacity is marked but appears to be 0.5L size. In excellent original condition.
PC152 Molders Squadron Beer Stein - Click for the bigger picture SoldMolders Squadron Beer Stein - Embossed to the front with the Molders Squadron logo and below Jagdgeschwader 74 "M" and below Neuburg - Donau. This example is fitted with an aluminium cover which has been engraved with the date 20.04.1969. The capacity is marked at 0.5L. There is some crazing to the finishing glaze but a fine example to an extremely collectable squadron. The Molders name was withdrawn from use on 74 squadron in 1998.
PC151 6th Aircrew Meeting 2000 Stein Mug - Click for the bigger picture Sold6th Aircrew Meeting 2000 Stein Mug - Transfer mark to the front with the above mentioned details together with Jabo G38 Javer and Tornado with three outline pictures of Tornado aircraft finished in national flag colours of England, Germany and Italy. The capacity of the stein is 0.5L. In excellent condition.
PC150 NATO E-3A Operations Wing Stein Mug - Click for the bigger picture SoldNATO E-3A Operations Wing Stein Mug - A half litre pottery example with a transfer badge to the front marked with the above mentioned details together with Geilenkirchen - Germany. The side of the mug is embossed with the capacity of 0.5L. In excellent condition.
PC148 German Airforce No1 Dress Tunic - Click for the bigger picture SoldGerman Airforce No1 Dress Tunic - Item comprises an officer's tunic with rank badges to lapels and shoulder boards highlighted in yellow with silver piping. To the right breast is a gold gilt brevet and below a badge featuring aircraft and the number 38. Attached to the right shoulder is a silver landyard with gold eagle badge to the top, while on the left pocket is a further gold finish badge with an eagle and the number 5 below. The jacket is marked size 56 and would appear to fit comfortably a 42" (107cm) chest size. The inside label appears to date this garment to 1994. The cloth is generally in very good issued condition but with with a couple of very small moth nips but these do not detract when on display. A very smart tunic!
PC145 Jacket Flyers Cold Weather MIL-J-83388E - Click for the bigger picture SoldJacket Flyers Cold Weather MIL-J-83388E - Featuring a velcro badge to left breast marked with an insignia and below OC and MCWL. Manufactured from 100% Aramid by Alpha Industries Inc. Size is marked Large and we estimate this would fit chest size 42" (107cm)
PC146 Jacket Flyers CWU-45/P - Click for the bigger picture SoldJacket Flyers CWU-45/P - With German national flags and rank tabs to shoulders and finished in olive green aramid polymide. Badge to right breast Air Training Command and further squadron badges to right and left arms. The jacket is manufactured by Isratex Inc. The label is marked large to fit chest size 42-44" (107-112cm).
PC143 Luftwaffe Grey Leather Flying Jacket - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Grey Leather Flying Jacket - National flag and rank bars to sleeves. Badge to right breast with Molders Squadron and below a wild boar image. Left breast features a name tag marked Boss. Orange fabric high visibility interior lining. Knits show some age wear and a repair to the fabric behind the fold down collar. The issue label indicates manufactured by Beckumer Lederwerk and dated 12/65. We cannot see any size indicated but believe it would fit a chest size 36-38" (92-96cm)
PC142 Luftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - National flag and rank bars to sleeves. Badge to right breast with Molders Squadron badge and 742 Fis Zapata below and on left breast a similar example featuring an aircraft with Roving Sands below. Orange fabric high visibility interior lining. Knits all is good condition. The issue label indicates manufactured by Modeka JMBH and dated 5/88. Size is marked GR12 which we estimate would fit a chest size 42" (107cm)
PC141 Luftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - National flag and rank bars to sleeves. Badge to right breast with a wild cat and numbered 51 with a further badge below showing a flying eagle and numbered 511. There is a velcro pad to left breast and a ISAF patch to left arm. Orange fabric high visibility interior lining. Knits all is good condition. The issue label indicates manufactured in 2003 by Modeka GMBH and size is marked GR15 which we estimate would fit 42"chest (107cm) and the jacket has long arms.
PC140 Luftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - National flag and rank bars to sleeves. Badge to right breast with NATO AWACS E-3A Compnent. There is evidence where further squadron patches have previously been attached but now removed. Orange fabric high visibility interior lining. Knits all is good condition. The issue label indicates manufactured by Paul Schulze and dated 7/79. We estimate it would fit a chest size 42" (107cm)
PC139 Luftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - National flag and rank bars to sleeves. Badge to right breast with a Tornedo aircraft. Left breast has a further squadron badge marked 312 Jubo. Orange fabric high visibility interior lining. Knits all is good condition. The issue label has been removed but the size label in the collar is marked 15 and we estimate it would fit chest size 44-46" (112-117cm)
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