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PC38 M4 A2 Flak Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldM4 A2 Flak Helmet - Introduced in June 1944. Green cloth covering with hinged ear flaps, as used by USAAF in late WWII. Clear manufacturer's label, named to Industrial Canvas Prod. Corp. In excellent original condition and this variant is becoming increasingly hard to find.
2573 Air Ministry Bell - Click for the bigger picture SoldAir Ministry Bell - This example is a film prop produced for Pinewood Studios, using a genuine bell (chrome on brass), but with the addition of a King's Crown, A.M. and 1940 date to front. It is complete with metal ring hanger and red painted clapper. We have no idea which film this was used in, but ideal for the re-enactor or RAF collector on a modest budget! It measures 7.5" (19cm.) diameter and 9" (23cm.) high including hanger.
2572 Air Ministry 'Scramble' Bell - Click for the bigger picture SoldAir Ministry 'Scramble' Bell - Before you get too excited, this is an ex film prop from Pinewood Studios! While we do not usually offer reproduction items, this is actually a genuine bell chrome finished on brass, but engraved by the chaps at the studio prop department with the King's Crown, A.M. and 1940. The bell is fitted with a red top, embossed with the crown and is complete with clapper. Would be ideal for re-enactors, where it could be risky to use the genuine article, or for the RAF collector who cannot afford the real thing, even if he should find it! It measures 10" (25cm.) at the base and 14" (36cm.) high including hanger. Overall in good conditin but some wear to chrome finish.
2231 Bulgarian Air Force Winter Flying Suit - Click for the bigger picture SoldBulgarian Air Force Winter Flying Suit - This example is made to a superb specification, in extremely soft suede leather with a full fur lining. This suit is similar to the Luftwaffe WWII winter Fliegerkombi for arctic conditions and often called the "Bavarian suit". Crested buttons to front and while it has minor storage marks, it appears to be in unissued condition. Very warm and ideal for open cockpit winter flying. Large size, to fit height 72" + (183cm. +)
2130 WWII Japanese Winter Flight Suit - Click for the bigger picture SoldWWII Japanese Winter Flight Suit - A superb example of this rare flying suit finished in woven fabric with a full fur lining and collar. The suit carries a small pocket with signs of electrical wiring and is complete with waistbelt which is often missing. All zips are original. It even has provision for attaching the short version of the tachi sword which was symbolically carried in flight. The suit has a stitched repair to the breast pocket and some service wear, but overall it is an extremely nice example.
2338 RAAF Wing Commander's Tropical Tunic - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAAF Wing Commander's Tropical Tunic - Complete with King's Crown RAAF Pilot's brevet, Wing Commander's lace and complete with belt. Correct King's Crown buttons, maker's label named to E. J. Howard Pty Ltd. and clearly dated 1940. Appears to have the initials R.N.L., so could be researched. Chest size c.38" (92cm.)
1855 RAF Mk. 14A Flying Suit with Central Flying School badging - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Mk. 14A Flying Suit with Central Flying School badging - Named to Pilot Officer Derek Evans VI AEF and with a rare Central Flying School badge, together with a 2, 000 hour Chipmunk and 6 AEF badge. Some service wear, but overall good condition and complete with fitted issue emergency knife. To fit height 71-74" (180-188cm.)
2228 RAF Mk. 4/4A Flying Suit with Pilot's Brevet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Mk. 4/4A Flying Suit with Pilot's Brevet - An excellent original suit stores ref. 22C/1964 and dated 1959. It carries Wing Commander's lace and is named to Saunders. A 53 Squadron bullion badge is sewn to the right arm. This squadron was based at Topcliffe in the 1960's, operating Hasting and Beverley and was disbanded in 1976. The suit is a size 7 to fit height 72-76" (183-193cm.)
1685 RAF Mk. I Lightweight Flying Suit named to Coventry Gliding Club - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Mk. I Lightweight Flying Suit named to Coventry Gliding Club - RAF stores ref. 22C/1614. This suit has seen post RAF service with the Coventry Gliding Club and is complete with "AWA" wings and metal gliding club badging. In excellent original condition, the suit is a size 6 to fit height 71" (180 cm.)
1843 RAF Irvin Electrically Wired Jacket - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Irvin Electrically Wired Jacket - A good original example of the "heated" variant favoured by the air crew of Bomber Command. The jacket itself was not heated, but carried an integral wiring loom to connect heated gloves and boots. While the loom is in place, the connectors to the flight trousers have been removed. Original dot zips in working order. Some service wear and repairs, but overall a good example and unusual to find in a decent size. To fit a 43" chest (c.110 cm.)
PC36 'Mosquito' Art Work Irvin Flying Jacket - Click for the bigger picture Sold'Mosquito' Art Work Irvin Flying Jacket - This rare example was issued to a WWII pilot based in Northern Ireland and judging by the art work applied to the back panels, he flew Mosquitos. The Air Ministry frowned on any personalisation of uniforms (unlike the USAAF), and this is the first time we have had an Irvin with original artwork. Sadly the owner's name and squadron is not known. The waist belt has been removed and the jacket has some repairs, so is on offer as a collector's display jacket but a unique example to add to your Irvin collection.
2065 RAF Mk. VII Flying Goggles - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Mk. VII Flying Goggles - Stores ref. no. 22C/826. This example is the rare first pattern introduced in July 1942 and features a sprung leather back strap as opposed to the webbing strap of the later mark. Nicely stamped on the nose bridge with AM and the stores ref. no. Mount for flip down visor and fitted with clear lenses. Showing minor service wear but overall in exceptional condition. This pattern is becoming increasingly hard to find.
2339 RAF Mk. VIII Flying Goggles - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Mk. VIII Flying Goggles - Stores ref. no. 22C/939. This pattern was introduced in late 1943 and continued in service until the 1970's. This example is complete with the original AM stamped issue box (showing some signs of water staining). It contains a spare set of tinted lenses (some fogging) and a de-misting tin and cloth dated 1941.
2117 Mk. VIII style Flying Goggles by Halcyon - Click for the bigger picture SoldMk. VIII style Flying Goggles by Halcyon - This example is based on the RAF Mk. VIII pattern and is the deluxe version with blue painted brass frames and full leather face mask. Fitted with excellent clear safety lenses and good elasticated strap. Minor wear to paintwork but overall in exceptional condition. Perfect for vintage flying or motoring.
1477 RAF Gunner's Hood - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Gunner's Hood - Introduced in 1943 to protect turret gunners from the extreme cold. Designed to be used in conjunction with the RAF C type helmet and held in place by the two front goggle straps. It has provision for the oxygen tube to exit through the front of the mask. In very good condition with Dot zip fitted. An unusual and increasingly rare item of RAF flight clothing.
2425 RAF G type Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF G type Flying Helmet - Fitted with receivers and wiring loom, this example is dated 1966 and is a size 2, although like most examples of this pattern, seems to fit more like a wartime size 4. Originally used in conjunction with the RAF Mk. I and Mk. IA flying helmet. Complete with snaps and clip for the H type oxygen mask. Minor service wear.
2415 RAF Second Pattern D type Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Second Pattern D type Flying Helmet - Marked with RAF stores ref. 22C/971 making this a size 3 helmet. Designed for use in tropical climates and made of cotton twill and lined with satin. This pattern incorporates a neck flap to protect the wearer from the desert sun. This example is in very clean issued condition with Air Ministry stamped receivers fitted together with an internal wiring loom and bell plug.
2463 RAF First Pattern C type Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF First Pattern C type Flying Helmet - Stamped with RAF stores ref. 22C/452 making this a size 4 helmet. This increasingly hard to find pattern was introduced in late 1941 and continued in service until 1944 when the second pattern was introduced. This example is in good issued condition but without receivers or the external wiring loom being fitted. Showing some service wear but well above average. Named to Hepburn. A nice original example of a genuine WWII issue helmet.
2504 RAF Officer's WWII Forage Cap - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Officer's WWII Forage Cap - Made of barathea wool with brass King's Crown badge. In near mint condition and appears unissued. Stamped inside 292/16/N1232 and dated 1944. Size 7. This wartime cap would be hard to better.
2506
This is a New Book
Combat Flying Equipment - Click for the bigger picture SoldCombat Flying Equipment

A superb first edition covering U.S. Army Aviators' personal equipment from 1917-1945. Published in 1989 and is profusely illustrated with period black and white photographs and diagrams. Covers oxygen equipment, parachutes, armour, pressure suits and survival items. A great reference book for all USAAF collectors and getting hard to find. In excellent used condition.

Pages: 244
Cover: Hard
Author: C. G. Sweeping

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