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2177 Spirit Measure from RAF Wyton - Click for the bigger picture SoldSpirit Measure from RAF Wyton - A copper half gill spirit measure stamped Trafalgar 1805 and below engraved "Traf Night RAF Wyton '93". RAF Wyton in Cambridgeshire was a RFC field in WWI and in the Second World War was home to the Pathfinders. Post war, Wyton was a V Bomber base with provision for nuclear weapons. We assume this measure was presented as a trophy. 5 cm.
2208 Fleet Air Arm First Aid Bag - Click for the bigger picture SoldFleet Air Arm First Aid Bag - Made of webbing. The pack is nicely stamped on the flap and dated inside 1941. Now lacking contents, would have been carried on FAA aircraft and would have contained bandages, dressing, burn jelly and morphia. 22cm x 22cm.
2210 Supermarine S.6B Model Seaplane - Click for the bigger picture SoldSupermarine S.6B Model Seaplane - Made in the form of a paper weight with chrome finish. This aircraft won the 1931 Schneider Trophy at an average speed of 340.08 mph. This was the third successive win for the RAF and resulted in them holding the Trophy in perpetuity. 14 cm wing span.
1915 RAF Mk. IIIA Flying Goggles - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Mk. IIIA Flying Goggles - A classic example of the Battle of Britain issue pattern. Stores ref. no. 22C/62 with clear AM and King's Crown stamping to the backstrap. Very minor scratching to the perspex lenses which are fitted in brass frames. The velvet face padding in very clean conditon and the backstrap springs are fully functional. Rarely found in this condition.
1914 Mk. IIIA Flying Goggles - Click for the bigger picture SoldMk. IIIA Flying Goggles - A fine example, as issued to allied airmen in WWII. This pair is unusual in that they are Australian manufactured, although the pattern is virtually identical to the RAF examples. Very clear perspex lenses mounted in brass frames and original leather sprung backstrap. These are in the condition every collector aspires to and are hard to fault.
1717 Mk. III Flying Goggles - Click for the bigger picture SoldMk. III Flying Goggles - A clean example as issued to allied aircrew in WWII. This pair is RCAF stamped with stores ref. no. 22/397 and dated 1942. The perspex lenses and brass frame show some service wear. The leather face pad and backstrap are in excellent condition with springs completely functional. They are becoming increasingly hard to find in this condition.
2154 B-17 Model Aircraft - Click for the bigger picture SoldB-17 Model Aircraft - An early variant of the famous Flying Fortress made from cast alloy and mounted on an ashtray base inscribed RAF. The B-17 was the backbone of the USAAF Bomber Fleet but also saw service with the RAF. Wing span 20cm.
404 De Havilland Moth Minor Propeller - Click for the bigger picture SoldDe Havilland Moth Minor Propeller - A fine example manufactured in laminated mahogany with a brass leading edge. Fully stamped to boss and dated June 1939. The DH94 was designed as a monoplane successor to the Moth and was powered with a 80hp Gipsy Minor engine. This prop has a lovely patina with minor service wear and a slight ding on the leading edge but this does not detract. 1.80m.
2133 Trench Art Paper Knife - Click for the bigger picture SoldTrench Art Paper Knife - A fine example of an aircraft fitter's skills crafted entirely from aircraft components when the maker was not involved with more pressing activities! The handle utilises brass inset with aircraft grommets and washers and a unique touch is a rotating propeller hand guard. Probably dating from 1930's. 25cm.
2144 Stalag Luft III Commemorative Jug - Click for the bigger picture SoldStalag Luft III Commemorative Jug - Manufactured in Cincinnati, Ohio and made from hand crafted crystal. Edged to front is a USAAF Pilot's clipped wing (symbolising POW's can't fly) and below Stalag Luft III and dated 1945-1980. Below the lip is etched KEIN TRINK WASSER (not for drinking water!). We assume the jug was issued on the 35th anniversary of the liberation of the prisoners from the camp which was situated at Sagan in Poland. Fine condition. 20cm.
2151 Heston Aircraft Company Presentation Dish - Click for the bigger picture SoldHeston Aircraft Company Presentation Dish - Manufactured in pewter with etched red glass base with the Heston Aircraft Company logo. They were based at Heston Airport near Hounslow in the 1930's and would guess this item dates from this period. Some age wear, but over all very good condition. 3.5cm diameter.
2150 USAF Upper Heyford Commemorative Mug - Click for the bigger picture SoldUSAF Upper Heyford Commemorative Mug - Manufactured by Royal Worcester in fine porcelain and named to 20th Tactical Fighter Wing with transfer crest to centre. On the reverse are listed 56th, 77th and 79th Tactical Fighter Squadrons and the 42nd Electronic Combat Squadron. In perfect condition. 9.5cm.
1329 Civilian Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldCivilian Flying Helmet - Manufactured by Burberry of London. Finished in black leather with provision for Gosport tubes (not fitted). Unusual chin strap which fastens over the top of the helmet. Probably dates to 1930's. Some scuffing to leather, medium size. A true collector's helmet dating to the classic period for private flying.
2115 Private Pilot's Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldPrivate Pilot's Flying Helmet - In the style of the RAF G pattern but manufactured in soft brown leather with fabric lining. Fitted with receivers and NATO wiring loom and appears to be size 3 or 4. A very comfortable period style helmet, ideal for open cockpit/vintage flying. Near mint condition.
2051 RAF C type Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF C type Helmet - First pattern, clearly stamped with stores ref. no. 22C/449 signifying size 1. This helmet does not have receivers fitted and is unwired. Overall in exceptional condition inside and out. A genuine wartime helmet which would be hard to better.
2060 RAF G type Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF G type Flying Helmet - Receivers, ear pads and wiring loom fitted. Marked size 2 but fits bigger. 1980 dated, very good condition inside and out.
1684 RAF E type Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF E type Helmet - Coastal Command issue, complete with fitted receivers, external wiring loom, impedance box and type 48 microphone. This helmet is interesting as it is an intermediate variation with external wiring but front goggle retaining straps omitted and the leather chin strap replaced with elastic webbing. Large size. Some service wear. Probably late 1943 issue.
2057 RAF B type Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF B type Helmet - This example is dated 1938 and made by Frank Bryan. Marked size 2 but fits more like a 4. The helmet has been field modified and is fitted with Gosport tubes in good working order. Now looking for a Tiger Moth to plug it into!
1972 RAF B type Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF B type Helmet - Fitted with receiver cups in excellent original condition inside and out. While this helmet is marked size 1, it fits more like a size 3. Clear AM and King's Crown stamp to lining. A very clean example of this classic Battle of Britain period helmet.
2111 Air Ministry Handbell 1939 - Click for the bigger picture SoldAir Ministry Handbell 1939 - As used on wartime RAF stations. Stamped with King's Crown, AM and on reverse contract no. B16956-39 C22(B). Brass with turned wood handle and with original clapper fitted. This bell probably saw service throughout WWII. In excellent condition. 25cm.
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