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This 2nd pattern ww2 glider pilots wings, are of an embroidered grey blue brevet, with seventeen feathers per wing, yellow ‘G’ within a yellow circle all set on a black woollen Melton cloth ground. With a khaki Hessian/Jute backing. Nice untouched 2nd pattern ww2 glider pilots wings.
This Buffalo by Robert Tomlin print, depicts the Beaufighter EE-M L2451, the personal aircraft of Wing Commander “later Group Captain” Ken Gatwood DSO, DFC and Bar of 404 Royal Canadian Air Force squadron from Davidstow Moor in Cornwall, England. On the 21st of August 1944
This Early Attributed RAF Officers Visor Cap, dates to inter-war to early ww2. An opportunity to own a scarce, early attributed RAF officers visor cap. A blue grey crown, body and stiffened peak and black mohair band with nice Kings Crown bullion embroidered RAF officers cap badge
An opportunity to own a scarce, Early WW2 RAF officers peak cap, dating inter-war to early ww2. A blue grey crown, body and stiffened peak and black mohair band with a nice Kings Crown bullion embroidery RAF officers cap badge with black leather chinstrap secured by two plain black buttons.
A rare one off artists personal presentation print to Battle of Britain Ace, Wing Commander Bob Doe. The print depicts a Spitfire flying above the clouds during the Battle of Britain looking for trouble. The print is signed in pencil by the artist and Bob Doe, with the additional text by the artist saying ”To Bob and Betty”.
An opportunity to own a genuine ww2 usaaf crusher cap, made by Bancroft. An olive green crown and body with soft tan leather peak and chinstrap, the later secured by gilt USAAF buttons and a green mohair band with a nice gilt brass United States Army Air Force eagle.
This High Altitude RAF J-Type oxygen Mask is the holy grail of RAF masks, after the D-Type, this is the very rare and short lived, pressure breathing Post War RAF J-Type Oxygen Mask “economizer mask” for use with a pressure waistcoat (jerkin) in use with the RAF from the early 1950’s
A very good example of this scarce interwar royal air force officers busby. The skull is of black chromed leather, trimmed with dyed rabbit fur. To the front a gold and blue plaited lace cord. The busby bears a silver and gilt Royal Air Force Crest and retains a plume of dyed ostrich feathers
This J R Gaunt of London ww2 usaaf wings is a two piece made set of tunic wings. The centre section being separate from the wings and joined by two lugs through the back. The makers mark of J.R.Gaunt can clearly be seen on the back. A nice patination and the wing’s
This Night Of The Hunter by Gerald Coulson print, depicts a Bristol Blenheim MkIV of No. 68 Night Fighter Squadron flown by Wing Commander “later Group Captain” Max Aitken, DSO, DFC in 1941. The print is signed in pencil by the artist Gerald Coulson and Max Aitken’s widow