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4805 Heinkel HE111 Crash Relic - Click for the bigger picture SoldHeinkel HE111 Crash Relic - Mounted on a display board featuring a cut out picture of a similar aircraft. We don't have any specific information on the aircraft or crash date other than it came down at Harwich in 1940. The relic appears to be a cable control wheel in original paint and showing signs of crash damage. This item looks as though it may have been taken as a souvenir at the time rather than being wreck dug. Wheel diameter 6" (15cm).
4812 Battle of Britain Hurricane R-4219 Crash Relic - Click for the bigger picture SoldBattle of Britain Hurricane R-4219 Crash Relic - On mounted display board with cut out picture of a similar aircraft. Pilot Officer Robert Dafforn was flying with 501 squadron on 18th September, 1940 and was in action over Biggin Hill when he was shot down by an ME110 and bailed out. His aircraft crashed at Cronks Farm, East Seal. The mounted relic is a data plate from the oil tank stating piece no. 6864 and serial no. JRB/L/48 together with an inspection stamp. Board measures 10" x 7.5" (25cm x 19cm)
4814 Spitfire X 4237 Crash Relics - Click for the bigger picture SoldSpitfire X 4237 Crash Relics - On mounted display board with a cut out picture of a similar aircraft. Spitfire X 4237 was shot down by a ME 109 on 27.09.40. The pilot Sgt. D. Cox bailed out and his aircraft crashed at Wye Court Farm. The site was officially excavated in 1974. The mounted relics include a.303 bullet head, some shards of glass probably from the armoured screen and a damaged bearing. Board measures 9" x 6" (23cm x 15cm).
4810 Messerschmitt ME110 D Fuel Oil Pipe Relic - Click for the bigger picture SoldMesserschmitt ME110 D Fuel Oil Pipe Relic - Mounted on a display board featuring a cut out picture of a similar aircraft. This relic was recovered from ME110 D-1 code U8+DK which was shot down by Sgt. Rolls of 72 squadron on 2.09.40 and it crashed near Harvel in Kent. The fuel pipe is marked NW13 Argus. Board measurement 12.5" x 8" (32cm x 20cm).
4804 Luftwaffe Leuchtpistole Model M1928 in Relic Condition - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Leuchtpistole Model M1928 in Relic Condition - Despite being recovered from a crash site and distorted by fire and impact damage, it is still recognisable as a flare pistol issued to Luftwaffe aircrew in WWII. While we don't have any information on the actual crash details, we were told it was recovered in the Hastings area of East Sussex and as it is clearly dated 1939, could well relate to a Battle of Britain incident. It carries various acceptance and waffenampt stamps. This item is for sale in as recovered condition and the breach is jammed, the lock, trigger and hammer are all seized with distortion due to the crash and fire. Despite this it makes a fine souvenir and would undoubtedly have a story to tell if it could talk.
4802 Rolls Royce Merlin Engine Piston and Con Rod - Click for the bigger picture SoldRolls Royce Merlin Engine Piston and Con Rod - Perhaps the ultimate souvenir from the famous Merlin that powered the Spitfire, Hurricane and Lancaster in WWII. We suspect, looking at the condition, this one has never been used, although we have been advised it was probably for a Merlin XX engine. It is complete with fitted piston rings and believe this example would be hard to better. Diameter of piston 5.5" (13.5cm).
4344 RAF Tempest Fighter Pilot's Rescue Dinghy Relic Parts - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Tempest Fighter Pilot's Rescue Dinghy Relic Parts - Displayed within a glazed frame, the components are probably from a K-type single seater dinghy issued to fighter pilots. These relics were recovered from the authorised excavation of the crash site of Hawker Tempest JN765 that fell at Winchelsea in Sussex on 1st July, 1945. While being in relic condition, a rubber grab handle is clearly identifiable. Frame measures 18" x 12.5" (46cm x 31cm).
4343 Hawker Tempest JN765 Crash Relics - Click for the bigger picture SoldHawker Tempest JN765 Crash Relics - Mounted on a framed display board and includes various components officially recovered under MOD license by the Tangmere Military Aviation Museum in 1995. The aircraft of No. 3 squadron was being flown by Flying Officer George Kosh on 1st July, 1944 and was scrambled to inctercept a VI Flying Bomb. The aircraft was seen to enter low cloud but emerged in a steep dive and crashed near Winchelsea in Sussex. The pilot failed to bail out and is buried in Hawkinge. Varous air frame componenets are displayed including riveted fuselage skin and a section of the rubber dinghy. Frame measures 26" x 20" (66cm x 51cm)
4793 English Electric Canberra PR7 Tail Fin Relic - Click for the bigger picture SoldEnglish Electric Canberra PR7 Tail Fin Relic - An impressive display item painted in the colours of 100 squadron which operated from RAF Whyton in the targeting role towing air drogues or acting as fast low flying intruders. We don't have any specific information on the actual aircraft this is from but the Canberra was retired from service during 1991. This relic is single sided, although much of the inner structure remains in situ. Measures: 42" high (107cm).
4797 Junkers JU-87 Stuka Relic - Click for the bigger picture SoldJunkers JU-87 Stuka Relic - We believe this component to be the inner tip of the aircraft's flap (Innere Verstellklappe), position closest to the fuselage. The relic has been painted with the aircraft details confirming it is from Junkers JU-87 R-4 with code LI+FW (6234) III/I STG 5 and dated 24.4.42. We have identified with aircraft crashing due to engine failure over Murmansk. Lt. Rudolf Newmann survived while the other crew member Uffz Kurt Graef was reported M.I.A. This relic is in as recovered condition with traces of the original paint. It is scarce to find an identifiable crash relic with provenance from the famous Stuka. Measures: 17" (43cm).
4792 Messerschmitt ME-110 Engine Cowling Relic - Click for the bigger picture SoldMesserschmitt ME-110 Engine Cowling Relic - The superb example featuring the original squadron crest of JG5 Group who fought against the Russians over Murmansk, flying out of bases in Norway and Finland. The 7th Staffel of JG5 was a destroyer group equipped with ME110 C's. The crest features a rapant lion which was the coat of arms of the Graf Von Sponeck family. We have identified this part as a lower engine chin cowl mounted in front of the exhaust and behind the propeller spinner. This relic features a ventilation outlet and inside evidence of where a data plate was once fitted. We have no specific information on the actual aircraft this was recovered from, suffice to say it was found in Murmansk. An incredibly rare opportunity to own an identifiable aircraft relic with guaranteed original artwork. Measures: c.27" (69cm) on base.
4906 Luftwaffe Focke-Wulf FW-190 Starboard Tail Fin Panel - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Focke-Wulf FW-190 Starboard Tail Fin Panel - Understood to have been recovered in WW11 from a FW-190 that was shot down near Caen, France on 21 July, 1944. We have just imported this panel direct from Normandy and while we don't have specific information on the actual aircraft it was from, we have researched it fully and the rivet pattern and the orientation match exactly with the 190. In addition, the remaining evidence of the internal framing aligns to where the structure was fitted on the FW-190. The swastika has the correct dimensions and the panel has evidence of red paint where the rudder stop was fitted. The paintwork is clearly original and shows signs of heat and crash damage where it has been torn from the aircraft on impact rather than being cut from the airframe. These panels were perhaps the ultimate souvenir for victorious allied pilots on the squadron back in WWII and they remain so for the serious collector and museum today. This is an area, however, where the fakers practise their art, so care needs to be taken in investing in such an item and we are happy to give an unconditional guarantee on the originality of this example. The panel is single sided with a small section of the original framing remaining to the inside. While the alloy is slightly distorted, it makes a fine display being an impressive size at approximately 32" x30" (82cm x76cm).
1064 Samovar Presented to F/Lt V.R. Paterson - Click for the bigger picture SoldSamovar Presented to F/Lt V.R. Paterson - Engraved from the Officers and NCO's of 78 Squadron on the occasion of his marriage 18/10/40. In addition the lid is engraved with a fine facsimile of an RAF Pilot's King's Crown Brevet. 78 squadron joined the front line in July 1940 flying Whitley Bombers as part of 4 Group based at Dishforth. Victor Roberton Paterson won a DFC 11.02.41 and was subsequently posted to join 101 squadron of 3 Group. On 21st September, 1942, Paterson was skipper of Wellington III coded X3815 flying out of RAF Stradishall on a "Gardening" sortie over Kiel Bay and off the coast of Denmark. He was attacked over Jylland by a German night fighter. Two of his crew bailed out from the burning aircraft and were subsequently captured but Patterson and the other two crew members fell with the aircraft and lost their lives in the subsequent crash on Spandet Moor. Squadron Leader Paterson DFC was just 26 years old and his wife Jane Roberton Paterson was widowed after exactly 23 months of marriage. Paterson and his two crew mates are buried in the Aabenraa Military Cemetary in Denmark close to where they fell. This samovar is an emotive tribute to 3 of the 55, 500 brave aircrew of Bomber Command who made the ultimate sacrifice. On offer as a decorative item. Measures 12.5" (32cm)
792
This is a Used Book
Fighter Pilot - Click for the bigger picture SoldFighter Pilot

This is a first edition and a personal record of the Battle of France. It was written anonymously when published in 1941 as the author was very much in the front line, serving with no. 1 Squadron. The author was subsequently killed in action and his name was released as Paul Richey. This gripping book is a personal account of the Battle of France from September 1939 to June 1940 when the author was flying Hawker Hurricanes. The book is perfusely illustrated with original black and white photographs of his fellow pilots Killy, Prosser, Boy, Moses, the Doc and others! It also has pictures of the aircraft, airfields and combat. The book has its original dust jacket with just minor damage and is in generally very good condition. A great read as well as an excellent reference book for the aviation collector.

Pages: 122
Cover: Hard
Author: Anonymous

791
This is a Used Book
The Last Enemy - Click for the bigger picture SoldThe Last Enemy

This is a first edition, published in 1942 shortly before Richard Hilary's untimely death in a flying accident. A classic fighter pilot's story and covers his training and the Battle of Britain when he suffered severe burns to his face and hands and underwent plastic surgery under the pioneering surgeon Archibold McIndoe, thus becoming one of his very early "guinea pigs". The book is with the original dust cover which shows some wear but is protected by a protective jacket. Generally in good overall condition.

Pages: 221
Cover: Hard
Author: Richard Hilary

650 USAAF A-14 Oxygen Mask & Hose - Click for the bigger picture SoldUSAAF A-14 Oxygen Mask & Hose - As issued with original card storage box. The mask is in near mint condition and marked medium, made by The Ohio Chemical Company and is embossed property Air Force, US Army and dated 5/44. The mask is fitted with a full harness in similar condition. It would be hard to find a nicer example to display with your USAAF headgear.
4740 Frazer Nash F.N.50 Mid Upper Turret Cupola - Click for the bigger picture SoldFrazer Nash F.N.50 Mid Upper Turret Cupola - As fitted to early examples of Avro Lancaster heavy bombers and in service would have been fitted with twin Browning.303 machine guns. It was described by those who used it as "roomy and comfortable but difficult to exit in a hurry!" Sadly, we don't have any provenance with this example but no doubt it has a story to tell. The aluminium frame is in excellent condition and is fitted with the original plexiglas showing some damage but generally in good display condition. Data plates are fitted inside confirming stores reference no. 50E 12601, serial no. 314 and drawing nos. 449, 383 and 203.
367 RAF Aerial Kite in Original Issue Tin - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Aerial Kite in Original Issue Tin - We have had several of these over the years but this example is definitely the best! The tin carries a very clear label with illustration assembly and launching instructions. Inside everything is as you would expect and exactly as it was when it left the factory about 70 years ago. It comes complete with 33 yards of flying line in the original carton, which is nearly always missing. The kite itself looks as though it has never been removed from the tin or assembled and believe the set to be "mint and boxed". If you want the best, look no further! Measures 21.5" (55cm)
3740 Small Aircraft Propeller - Click for the bigger picture SoldSmall Aircraft Propeller - Manufactured in laminated timber with red painted tips and varnish finish. It has no identification marks on the hub so we have no idea what aircraft it was designed for but judging by its size, possibly a microlight or even a target drone. An attractive display example of a genuine propeller at an entry level price. Measures 44" (112cm)
762 Hawker Siddley Aviation Ltd. - Click for the bigger picture SoldHawker Siddley Aviation Ltd. - A perspex signboard with recessed lettering. Hawker Siddley Aviation was formed in 1948 while Hawker Siddley Aircraft Company originated in 1935 and were responsible for aircraft such as the Sea Vixen, Hunter and the classic Trident airliner. Hawker Siddley were merged with British Aerospace in 1977. We have no provenance with this item but assume it was used in one of its factories or possibly on an HS exhibition trade stand. Measures 47" (119cm)
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