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2028 Number 11 Squadron Beaker - Click for the bigger picture SoldNumber 11 Squadron Beaker - Constructed of polished wood with brass interior. Finely carved to the front with an RAF plaque and named to Number 11 Fighter Bomber Squadron. It would originally have been a tankard but the handle has been removed. This does not detract from this item which is probably theatre made. Would make a great pen holder for the RAF collector.
1559 RAF Napkin Ring - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Napkin Ring - Embossed with King's Crown and A.M. Unfortunately, no provenance but probably used in an RAF Officers' Mess in WWII.
1986 WWII Naughty Glasses! - Click for the bigger picture SoldWWII Naughty Glasses! - These glasses purport to have been owned by Pilot Officer W.M.L.Fiske, an American who flew with 601 Sqd in the Battle of Britain. He sadly died of injuries sustained in combat on 16th August, 1940. The tumblers are typical of the period and probably made in the U.S.A. The front depicts demure images of ladies and servicemen in the dress of the period, but when viewed from the reverse side they become rather more racey! Minor rubbing to transfers but overall remarkable condition. 12cm & 13cm
1676 RAF Tankard - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Tankard - A silver soldered half pint tankard presented by Pilot Officer J.AUG.DeGaye to No. 7 B.G.S. RAF Porthcawl 1940. This unit was a Bomber Gunnery School and the tankard would have been presented by the Officer to the Mess on completion of his course. Worthy of further research. 7.5cm.
405 RAF Aerogram - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Aerogram - This is an early form of fax enabling servicemen to send special greetings to loved ones in WWII. This example dated 2/11/43 sends Christmas greetings from Doug serving with 113 Maintenance Unit on active duty in the Middle East. Nicely framed. Ideal Christmas present for RAF collector! 22cm x 17cm.
PC35 Aircraft Tail Wheel - Click for the bigger picture SoldAircraft Tail Wheel - On offer is a tail wheel complete with original tyre and alloy hub. The hub is stamped AH05779/1 and we understand this is from an Airspeed Oxford Aircraft. The tyre is stamped Aero Static Conducting and measures 31cm diameter. Some service wear but overall good condition.
1443 Parachute Silk Petticoat - Click for the bigger picture SoldParachute Silk Petticoat - Now for something completely different! We bought this from a lady who discovered it in a box of wartime clothing in her loft. She told us it was made by her mother during WWII utilising silk obtained from an airman's parachute and finished with period net edging around the hem. Definitely home made and a unique reminder from those dark days of "make do and mend". If only it could talk, I'm sure it would have an interesting story to tell.
1718 RAF Fire Screen - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Fire Screen - Hand embroidered on linen with RAF Crest and Kings Crown to centre with naive Aircraft and RAF Logo to each corner named to Malta, Gibraltar, Alexandria and Cairo. The screen is dated 1939 - 1945, below which is mounted an RAF Medal Ribbon. 61cm x 37cm. Very bright colours and no moth.
1539 Luftwaffe Equipment Bag - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Equipment Bag - Made from canvas with leather trim, straps and metal buckles. Nicely stamped on interior flap with Luftwaffe Eagle and Swastika FL.U.V. and dated 1940. We understand this may have been used for transporting a portable radio set. Some service wear and the leather straps are a little fragile but great for display.
1693 RAF Brass Eagle - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Brass Eagle - With hanging loops to rear. This is an imposing item with a wingspan of 67cm and while we do not have specific provenance, we were told it was removed from an unnamed RAF Officers' Mess. Very good condition.
1894 Luftwaffe Trench Art Ashtray - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Trench Art Ashtray - Made from the top and bottom of a Luftwaffe Aircraft Oxygen Bottle. It is fully stamped and dated 14.12.39 and while we do not have any history, it is likely to have been recovered from a crashed wartime Luftwaffe aircraft. 10cm diameter.
1964 RAF Cigarette Case named to 928 Balloon Squadron - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Cigarette Case named to 928 Balloon Squadron - Engraved with letter J and embossed RAF Kings Crown Wings to front. The inside lid is engraved "Presented to Flight Lieutenant A. J. Jones R.A.F. from the Officers, N.C.O.'s and Airmen of B Flight 928 Balloon Squadron Royal Air Force May 1940". The EPNS case measures 12cm x 8cm. P/O A. J. Jones was posted to 928 Barrage Balloon Squadron 11.04.39 and on 24th Nov. the Squadron moved from Bristol to RAF Felixstowe, Suffolk.
1965 JU88 Trench Art Key Ring from Battle of Britain - Click for the bigger picture SoldJU88 Trench Art Key Ring from Battle of Britain - Made from aircraft alloy in the form of a WWII Fighter. Engraved on the reverse "RAF Metal from JU88 shot down 15.9.1940 605 Squadron". Wing span 6.5cm.
1921 Propeller Section - Click for the bigger picture SoldPropeller Section - A section of Propeller measuring 27cm x 14cm cut from a laminated mahogany blade with applied transfer named to the Integral Propeller Company Ltd. and made specially for the Aircraft Company Ltd. British Made. Aircraft type unknown but probably dates from WWI or 1920's.
1974 RNAS WWI Trinket Box - Click for the bigger picture SoldRNAS WWI Trinket Box - A period box made from a first World War laminated propeller. Inscribed on base "George Hale Royal Naval Air Service August 1917 - April 1918. Royal Air Force April 1918 - November 1919. Landed in France 4th November 1917. Left France 15th October 1919." Included with this item is a British War Medal and Ribbon engraved 236616.2. A.M. G. Hale RAF, together with two carved pendants which were found inside the box. An interesting item for further research.
PC24 Luftwaffe Flying Jacket - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Flying Jacket - WWII, designated for 'Flight over Land'. Grey blue fabric outer. Goat fur lining, fur collar, original zips. Chest size 42" (107cm). Some service wear, but superb example.
347 Luftwaffe Flying Boots - Click for the bigger picture SoldLuftwaffe Flying Boots - WWII, single zip, black leather/suede upper, fur lining, leather sole, size 9 (43).
589 WWII Trailing Weights - Click for the bigger picture SoldWWII Trailing Weights - designed to assist in rolling out and retrieving external radio transmitter wire. A.M. stamped 6D/526 Mark IV. This item is in mint condition and is the first time we have been able to offer for sale.
265 RAF Silk Escape Map - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Silk Escape Map - from the "Far East Theater" to assist downed airmen to navigate through enemy territory.
716 RAF Kit Bag, Steel Helmet & Water Bottle - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Kit Bag, Steel Helmet & Water Bottle - all named to Corporal R. Stevens No. 1295661. Kit Bag dated 1942, helmet & bottle 1940.
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