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These are some of the SOLD items that have been listed on our website

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446 Microphone Assembly - Click for the bigger picture SoldMicrophone Assembly - RAF WWII, Type 48 10A/14381 AM marked, original stores label. Unissued.
435 Gosport Speaking Tube - Click for the bigger picture SoldGosport Speaking Tube - RAF, Ref. 6F/154 AM stamped.
1602 Cloth Skull Cap - Click for the bigger picture SoldCloth Skull Cap - in yellow cotton for use by downed airmen to aid visibility/rescue. Standard issue item with 1941 pattern Mae West. Nice AM stamping. (This is a picture of our SOLD stock item 774 - the cap that we now have for sale is almost identical)
1598 'Warren' Safety Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture Sold'Warren' Safety Flying Helmet - Patent No. 14310, named to L. Newman. These helmets were invented by Mr Warren of Hendon, near London, in the early 1900's. While they were never officially adopted by the military, they were popular with trainee pilots in the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Naval Air Service. There is some service wear, but overall in very good condition. A very rare early flying helmet.
1394 1930's Civilian Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture Sold1930's Civilian Flying Helmet - labelled to "S. Lewis, of Racing, Flying and Motor Clothing Fame." In excellent original condition inside and out, complete with D.H. Type Gosport tubes. Size 7.
1048 RAF 'B' Type Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF 'B' Type Flying Helmet - Stores Ref. 22C/64 Size 1. This helmet is as issued, without fitted ear receiver cups - these were added by the Squadron tailor to suit individual requirements. Some service wear, but a nice original example of an unmodified 'B' Type from the early years of WWII.
1458 RAF 'B' Type Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF 'B' Type Flying Helmet - Stores Ref. 22C/65 with receiver cups fitted Size 2. Nice original condition with some service wear. The back adjustment strap and flap has been field modified to provide a tighter fit. A superb example of the classic "Battle of Britain" flying helmet.
1542 RAF 'C' Type Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF 'C' Type Flying Helmet - Stores Ref. 22C/451. An early first pattern, introduced late 1941. This helmet is unusual, in that it has a black leather chin and goggle straps. Complete with external wiring loom and Type 26 microphone assembly. A very clean example.
1707 RAF 'C' Type Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF 'C' Type Helmet - Stores Ref. 22C/878. Fully wired with receivers, loom and jack plug. Some service wear, but overall a very nice example.
1522 Fleet Air Arm 'C' Type Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldFleet Air Arm 'C' Type Helmet - in good issued condition. Fitted with receivers and an unusual wiring loom. Very clean inside and out - an attractive naval flying helmet in good order.
1525 RAF 'E' Type Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF 'E' Type Flying Helmet - Stores Ref. 22C/974. This is the second pattern with an internal wiring loom - while marked as a Size 2, fits more like a Size 4. These helmets were intended for Coastal Command Air Crew, who often flew "Ops" of 10 hours, or more - the 'E' type was more comfortable to wear. Very clean condition inside and out.
1057 RAF 'G' Type Cloth Flying Helmet - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF 'G' Type Cloth Flying Helmet - fitted with receivers and wiring loom. The helmet is a Size 3, dated 1959. Named on the front to "Birdling". Good issued condition.
1088 1920/30's Flying/Motoring Goggles - Click for the bigger picture Sold1920/30's Flying/Motoring Goggles - in exceptional condition. Very clear glass lenses. Fur backed fabric, curved frames with sprung lenses. Perfect for RFC WWI display.
1013 1920/30's Flying/Motoring Goggles - Click for the bigger picture Sold1920/30's Flying/Motoring Goggles - fitted with tinted green filters. Some general service wear, but nice display example of early goggles.
1502 Mk III Flying Goggles - Click for the bigger picture SoldMk III Flying Goggles - nice clear lenses. Leather face mask in good shape, original back strap stamped "R.C.A.F. 22/397 C.C.B. 1942". This pattern was introduced in 1935, issued to the RAF and RCAF, it is synonymous with the Battle of Britain.
1682 RAF Mk IIIA Flying Goggles - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Mk IIIA Flying Goggles - in original issued condition. Some yellowing to lenses, but overall lovely patina. Original back strap fitted (some stretching to springs), stamped "AM 22C/62". Very clean face mask - named to "Chapman No. 1268565".
1268 Mk IVB Flying Goggles - Click for the bigger picture SoldMk IVB Flying Goggles - in exceptional condition. Very clean frame and clear lenses. Some hardening to face rubbers (as normal!). Original elastic loops and back strap. Stamped "AM MkIVB 22C/167". About as good as they come for a 1941 vintage goggle.
1469 RAF Mk VIII Goggles - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Mk VIII Goggles - in Original Issue Box. Stamped "Stores Ref. 22C/930". Nice original condition, all paintwork intact and a good back strap. The box, dated 1942, contains spare tinted lenses (in good shape), a demisting tin and cloth. Minor fogging to lenses.
1450 RAF Mk VIII Goggles - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Mk VIII Goggles - clear lenses fitted. Some service wear, but overall very nice example.
1261 Night Adaption Goggles - Click for the bigger picture SoldNight Adaption Goggles - used by RAF Fighter Pilots, Stores Ref. 22C/575. These goggles were worn by fighter pilots prior to "ops" in order to adjust the eyes for night flying conditions. Nicely AM stamped. Dark blue lenses fitted. The best example we've ever had!
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