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

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1024 Aircraft Hand Pump - Click for the bigger picture SoldAircraft Hand Pump - RAF, for Type J Emergency Dinghy. Excellent original condition and complete with inflation tube. Good working order.
333 RAF Kit Bag - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Kit Bag - named to Corporal Y. C. Harvey No. 1405056. Stamped & dated 1942. Stencil reading "Not wanted on voyage".
315 Model of a P-38 Lightning - Click for the bigger picture SoldModel of a P-38 Lightning - made by a WWII Fitter. This aircraft, introduced in mid 1942 – was the most successful twin engine single seat fighter of the war. Made from aircraft alloy and mounted on ashtray base.
775 AM Issue Heliograph - Click for the bigger picture SoldAM Issue Heliograph - mirror and sighting arm, in original issue case, as issued with 1941 Mae West. Used for attracting rescue aircraft by downed airmen.
845 Painted Alloy Plaque - Click for the bigger picture SoldPainted Alloy Plaque - depicting a parrot astride a torpedo and "461" below. We have so far failed to identify this crest – can you help? 15cm x 15cm.
PC9 Conquest of the Air, Colour Slide Set - Click for the bigger picture SoldConquest of the Air, Colour Slide Set - Twenty three painted colour slides on glass, depicting a variety of aviation dioramas including - airships, hot air balloons and early aircraft, apparently dating from Edwardian times. All supplied in original fitted box. Straps are at fault, and one slide missing.
984 RAF Crested Match Case - Click for the bigger picture SoldRAF Crested Match Case - WWII, in silver plate, embossed with initials DYF, King's Crown, etc. Reverse with Middle East scene. Catch missing.
986 Propeller from Fairchild Argos - Click for the bigger picture SoldPropeller from Fairchild Argos - WWII, USAAF/RAF. Polished laminated hardwood with brass leading edge, fully stamped boss including aircraft registration. 204cm.
1023 Ceramic Sauce Dish - Click for the bigger picture SoldCeramic Sauce Dish - German Army, WWII, with attached saucer. Base marked with German Army eagle and swastika and stamped KPM and dated 1942. Very good condition. 26cm.
1067 A Scrubbing Brush! - Click for the bigger picture SoldA Scrubbing Brush! - unique item of WWII RAF Memorabilia, with Battle of Britain associations. A Scrubbing Brush which belonged to G. Gillingham, who flew Hurricanes with 46 Squadron - he was nicknamed "scrubby"! This brush was presented to him when he left the squadron - it was autographed by the surviving pilots under the caption "from the lucky ones". Purchased via the pilot's daughter. 46 Squadron, part of 12 Group, was based at Digby and Stapleford Tawney during the Battle of Britian.
1087 'Windmill' Propeller - Click for the bigger picture Sold'Windmill' Propeller - four bladed, from a WWII Miles Martinet Target Tug Aircraft. Would have been mounted horizontally on the wing to power the aircraft's drogue winch. 92cm diameter.
230 Irvin Flight Suit - Click for the bigger picture SoldIrvin Flight Suit - RAF, comprising a jacket as detailed (Ref. 230) with matching pair of flying trousers (Ref. 264) complete with original zips.
800 Navigators Tunic Jacket - Click for the bigger picture SoldNavigators Tunic Jacket - RAF/RCAF Issue, complete with padded brevet, Kings Crown brass buttons (Made in Canada) and makers label Orth, London & Canada. Chest c.40" (103cm). Some mothing but overall nice wartime example with correct half belt.
880 Silk Scarf - Click for the bigger picture SoldSilk Scarf - of the type worn by fighter pilots in WWII. White with black tassels. Measures 146cm. Has a collectable CC41 marked label (Controlled Clothing Price), introduced during the war to ensure a standard for all items available on the market and often seen on blankets, etc. Good used condition.
746 Flying (?) Boots - Click for the bigger picture SoldFlying (?) Boots - a pair, unidentified fur lined, approx. size 8 (42). Memal grain black leather upper, leather sole with rubber repair to forepart.
230a Irvin Flying Jacket - Click for the bigger picture SoldIrvin Flying Jacket - RAF, circa 1940/41. Original zips. Chest size 40-41 (102-104cm). Very original jacket with known WWII history.
OC136 Irvin Flying Trousers - Click for the bigger picture SoldIrvin Flying Trousers - RAF, waist size 32-34" (81-86cm). Complete with original zips, braces and label. Near mint condition.
748 Escape Boots - Click for the bigger picture SoldEscape Boots - RAF Issue, 1943 pattern, Ref. 22C/920 size 8 (42). Original brass zips, some service wear but overall excellent. Lacking knife to remove tops in occupied territory.
1006 Flying Boots - Click for the bigger picture SoldFlying Boots - RAF, 1940 pattern, Ref. 22C/440. Size 10 (44) Have been mismatched at some stage, but appear to have been worn as a pair, both named to "Beaton". Original A.M. stamped Lightning zips, professionally resoled, excellent galosh. Rare to find such a nice example in large size.
353 Irvin Flying Jacket - Click for the bigger picture SoldIrvin Flying Jacket - RAF, issued in 1942 as a replacement. The owner, a Hurricane pilot, lost his previous one when he was shot down over the English Channel. His personal identification "B" (Bob) is still painted on the chest. All original A.M. zips, some repair sections, but superb historical jacket. Chest size approx. 41" (104cm).
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