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2659 Aircraft First Aid Kit - Click for the bigger picture SoldAircraft First Aid Kit - Complete with its original contents. The canvas pack is faintly stamped on the flap First Aid Outfit Aircraft and the inside is stamped with a King's Crown, AM, the maker's name and 1941. This example has most of its original contents including shell dressing, iodine ampoules, plaster, bandages, gentian violet jelly and torniquet. It even has thge RAF Form 1203, dated 1940 listing the original contents and instructions for use. Please note the Morphia ampoules are missing. Sold as a collector's item only.
3251 Air Raid Precaution First Aid Tin - Click for the bigger picture SoldAir Raid Precaution First Aid Tin - Complete with much of its original wartime contents! The tin is in original black paint with red band and A.R.P. picked out in white. It is stamped on the base 1939. Inside the lid it has a label indicating the original contents and the fact it was issued to Wardens Post 1A in the borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme. These kits are becoming increasingly rare and this is the first we have had with a selection of potions and lotions. Sold as a collector's item only and a great relic from the war on the Home Front. 30cm x 19cm x 20cm (11.5" x 7.5" x 8")
3020 RAF Trench Art Cannon Shell - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Trench Art Cannon Shell - A fine example made from an inert wartime 20mm cannon shell and incorporating an RAF O.R. cap badge to front and to the side a pair of brass wings have been soldered. The base is turned alloy. No doubt it was made up with some skill by a fitter from available materials during an off duty moment in WWII. 18 cm (7").
2329 RAF Battle Dress Blouse - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Battle Dress Blouse - A fine post war example, manufactured by Moss Bros. London and carrying Squadron Leader's Lace. The jacket has a Queen's Crown, but the original owner clearly served during WWII and was awarded a DFC as well as serving in Africa and Italy. In addition, he was awarded the Aircrew Europe Star, the Defence Medal, and the 1939 - 1945 Star. His final accolade was the award of a military OBE. Sadly, we do not know the owner's name, but we understand he retired as a Wing Commander. The tunic is in excellent condition and chest size is 40" regular (102cm).
PC39 US WWI Enlisted Man's Winter Tunic - Click for the bigger picture SoldUS WWI Enlisted Man's Winter Tunic - Dark olive green wool of standard pattern with stand up collar and black and copper buttons. Left shoulder has red, white and blue roundel insignia. Sadly, both the collar dogs and insignia from above the breast pocket have been removed, although the original stitching remains. The jacket is in exceptional condition with just a couple of small moth holes. The interior is equally clean with tan polish cotton lining and the manufacturer's label to Henry Sonneborn Baltimore and contract no. 4274 B-L dated July 3rd, 1918. Chest size approx. 36" (92cm).
2639 Rolls Royce Merlin Piston Ashtray - Click for the bigger picture SoldRolls Royce Merlin Piston Ashtray - A unique ashtray manufactured post war utilising part of a Merlin engine piston, as used in wartime Spitfires, Hurricanes and Lancasters. The centre is embossed with the RAF crest, while to the top is Winston Churchill's "Never in the field of human conflict" quotation with a facsimile signature. Below is confirmation that the item is manufactured from a Merlin piston as used in the Battle of Britain August - October 1940. The ashtray also carries a presentation inscription "Muriel and George to Harry 1947". It measures 5.5" (14cm).
2391 RAF Interception Plotter Mk. III - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Interception Plotter Mk. III - A most impressive instrument, stores ref. 6B/432, but re-referenced 6E/504 and fitted in original transit box. Instructions for setting up and use are detailed on the inside cover which has amendment dates 23.9.41 and 22.3.44. The instrument is in first class original condition. The transit case measures 28" x 7" x 10" (71cm x 18cm x 25cm) and is a heavy item. Postage to specific destinations can be advised on request.
2802 Luftwaffe Radio Case - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Radio Case - Named to Siemens and stamped K32 GWB and embossed with a large Luftwaffe eagle. The opposite side features two sprung doors, both with applied Luftwaffe logo and when opened a loud speaker port is exposed. We understand these cases would have originally contained a valve radio to enable Luftwaffe personnel to listen to their favourite radio programmes from home. The wooden case is in excellent condition and finished in Luftwaffe grey paint. The radio and loud speaker are no longer present, but a modern unit could be fitted and ideal for re-enactment purposes. It measures 18" x 12" x 7.5" (46cm x 30cm x 19cm). Just add Lilly Marlene and sit back and relax!
1748 Aircraft Propeller Blade - Click for the bigger picture SoldAircraft Propeller Blade - A single blade, manufactured from laminated hardwood and original painted canvas covered tip. The blade has a near perfect transfer showing it was manufactured by the Integral Propeller Company Ltd. and British make. This propeller has been mounted on a more recent oak base. It stands at 43" (110cm), so is an excellent size for display purposes. Unfortunately, we have no provenance with it, but it appears to date from the early 20th century. Generally excellent condition with minor service wear.
2199 RAF Inspectorate of Recruiting Plaque - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Inspectorate of Recruiting Plaque - Manufactured from cast alluminium, it has provision for mounting to a wall on the reverse and was probably used outside the Inspectorate section. The paintwork has been renewed, based on the remains of the original paint and the item is in good condition. It is surmounted by a Queen's Crown, so it is definitely post war. It is a large and imposing item measuring 19" x 15" (48cm x 38cm).
2728 Horsa Glider Instrument Panel - Click for the bigger picture SoldHorsa Glider Instrument Panel - This replica is made up using original instruments mounted within metal panels, which in turn are bolted to a wooden frame. The panel includes replica plaques giving information on maximum tow speed, etc. as well as the ballast to be added if flown with only one pilot. The Horsa was perhaps the most famous glider of WWII and this panel is a perfect size to display with your collection. It measures 18" x 15" (46cm x 38cm).
2762 Surrey Flying Services Scales - Click for the bigger picture SoldSurrey Flying Services Scales - A super item! Manufactured in pressed metal with a dial recording weghts up to 5 lbs. An alluminium tray is used for weighing purposes and the scale is marked "British Make Surrey Flying Services Ltd." We have no idea on the date of manufacture, but these scales have the classic look of the 1930's. We can only speculate on their original use - perhaps to weigh the passengers' personal pocessions before boarding their Dragon Rapide flight! Appear to be in good working order, but we cannot guarantee their accuracy.
2439 614 Bomb Squadron Mounted Plaque - Click for the bigger picture Sold614 Bomb Squadron Mounted Plaque - Manufactured in cast brass, featuring a devil's head, horse shoe and falling bomb and with an enamel 8th Airforce plaque above. It is mounted on a pine backboard. Below is a nicely engraved plaque named to 614th Bomb Sqn. 401 St Bomb GP (H). The 8th Airforce B-17's were based at Deenethorpe, England from November '43 to April '45. The reverse of the board carries information on the 401 Bomb Group and the 614 Bomb Squadron. We have no idea of age, but would imagine this has been made up post war. Board measurements are 14" x 11" (36cm x 28cm).
3117 RAF 1941 Pattern Flying Boots - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF 1941 Pattern Flying Boots - An extremely tidy pair and completely original in every respect. The suede is in immaculate condition and the rubber galosh is well above average as they are prone to cracking and peeling on these boots. The leather ankle straps are in position and original Lightning zips are functioning. The "Itside" soles are original to the boots and show minor service wear. The boots are named to Norton and are marked on the leather tongues 22C-752, which indicates that they are a size 9. The interior fur reflects the quality of the rest of the boots.
2212 WWII 'B' Type Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldWWII 'B' Type Flying Helmet - An original 'B' type helmet of an unusual specification. A near identical example is shown on page 230 of Mick Prodger's book of vintage Flying Helmets and is listed as South African Airforce. It is constructed of pigskin with receiver cups fitted and zips in working order. On the downside, the rear adjustment strap has been removed and the leather shell is showing heavy wear. The interior has doughnuts fitted and is clean. Snaps for a 'D' type oxygen mask are fitted. The helmet is not wired, but we have added receivers foams for display purposes. Not the best example, but a rare helmet to add to your 'B' type collection.
OC224 Aircraft Blind Flying Panel Type 1 - Click for the bigger picture SoldAircraft Blind Flying Panel Type 1 - This replica has been sold but we have just purchased a 1A version which is similar but is constructed with a 16" radius at the top to facilitate installation when fitted to the contours of a fighter cockpit. It is made up in alloy to the original specification and has been laser cut and is pre-drilled to take the appropriate instruments. It has been copied from an original Air Ministry BFP marked 6A/760 and is of the type used on Spitfires and other aircraft of WWII. Would provide an ideal start point to create a replica BFP or as a component for a complete instrument panel. Please contact us for photographs of the actual panel available.
2704 Luftwaffe Single Zip Flying Boots - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Single Zip Flying Boots - These are becoming increasing hard to find and this pair have clearly seen significant service use. The leg sections have been heavily repaired. In addition, the boots are fitted with period Lightning zips. The soles appear original, while the heel top pieces have been replaced. The leather shoe section is in excellent condition and these would make a perfect pair for a mannequin display (particularly if the flying suit or trousers worn over the legs), but these boots are definitely not wearers!
OC74 USAAF Bombardier's Case type E-1 - Click for the bigger picture SoldUSAAF Bombardier's Case type E-1 - Named to Lt. D. J. Perkins, service no. 0-731415. An extremely nice wartime example which could be researched. All zips are original Conmar and in good working order. The fitted interior is very clean and all in all this case would be hard to better.
2063 RAF 'D' Type Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF 'D' Type Helmet - This example is of the second pattern, so probably dates from 1944. The helmet is in good issued condition with the receiver cups showing no signs of cracking. All snaps, poppers and buckles are in place and working. The lining is also clean and is named to Sgt. Williams and service no. 431427. The helmet is a size 3.
2903 Luftwaffe Aircrew Flying Boots - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Aircrew Flying Boots - This pair is as issued and in the condition we dream of, but rarely find! They are totally original in every respect and would be hard to better. The black leather sections are soft and supple, while the beige nubuck leg tops show minor staining. The zips are marked Ri Ri and D.R.P. and the boots have the original cloth manufacturer's labels. We estimate the size to be about UK 8, Continental 42, US 8 1/2. The soles are original and show minimal wear. We will wait a long time to find such an exceptional example of these increasingly rare boots.
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