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WW1 Period British Royal Flying Corps / Royal Naval Air Service Flechette Dart.

A good standard "Dart" pattern. Small amount of age wear. GC.

Code: 51727Price: 100.00 GBP


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WW1 Zeppelin SL11 Leefe Robinson Souvenir

A piece of Zeppelin wire sold on behalf of the Red Cross recovered from the first Zeppelin bought down at Cuffley Essex. September 3rd 1916. Complete with original Red Cross envelope. GC clean condition.

Zeppelin SL11 brought down by Lt Leefe Robinson VC of the Royal Flying Corps

Code: 50409Price: 95.00 GBP


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WW1 Original Royal Flying Corps RFC Embossed Paper.

This four sided folded paper is embossed with a pair of RFC Pilot wings and motto. The paper bears a watermark for "Boots" Clean condition unused.

Code: 52149Price: 25.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Flying Corps Observer Photograph Portrait.

A fine full length portrait of an Observer wearing the "Maternity" pattern tunic and side cap. Image clear. Contained in original period frame. Overall size 15cm x 28cm.

Code: 52130Price:


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WW1 Royal Flying Corps Pilot & Observer Photograph.

This snap shot photograph of a pilot and observer is taken in the cockpits of a Bristol Fighter. The Observer wearing army tunic with "King's Own" collar badges. Mounted into a period table top frame. Overall size 9cm x 14cm

Code: 52131Price:


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WW1 Style RFC / RNAS/ RAF Flying Goggles.

A good clean pair of private purchase motoring / Aviation goggles, with tinted lenses and original elasticated strap. Cotton netting sides with no damage.
Clean condition.

Code: 52118Price:


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WW1 Great Air Raids on England Zeppelin Attacks Booklet.

This rare small booklet was published by St. James Press London and is a photographic record of the attacks and the RFC & RNAS pilots that brought down the "Hun". These include William Leefe Robinson VC, Lt F Sowrey DSO, etc. GC.

Code: 52087Price: 45.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Flying Corps RFC / RAF Issue Pattern Flying Gloves.

A rare pair of the finger mitten pattern. Soft light brown leather, tailored with fingers and a lambswool lined mitten flap, with press stud. The interior with various stamps including a crowned AM. Lambswool lining distressed, some service wear.

This pattern of glove was introduced to RFC and later RAF aircrew during the Great War and continued to be issued throughout the 1920ís

Code: 52079Price: 475.00 GBP


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WW1 1918 RAF 1st Pattern Officer's Cap Badge by Gaunt.

A good and scarce example, the reverse with original metal backing plate with "J.R. Gaunt Patent Applied For" tablet Moth nips to backing cloth, slight wear to gilt.

Code: 52012Price: 130.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Flying Corps Triplex Flying Mask Goggles.

A very good pre issue pair of soft brown leather with gilt tooled makers details and retain full fur backing and original strap. The goggles are contained in the original case. The leather and strap in outstanding condition, please note small stitching fault and small crack to one lenses. No Moth Damage or fur loss. Fits tight in box.

Code: 51776Price: 650.00 GBP


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WW1 1918 WRAF Womens Royal Air Force 1st pattern Cap Badge.

A rare and very good example of the pattern of badge introduced on the formation of the WRAF in 1918. This padded example retains the black wax cotton backing. Good clean undamaged condition.

Code: 50512Price: 160.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Flying Corps RFC Cap Badge.

A good Other Ranks issue as worn. Complete with loops and spilt pin. Minor wear.

Code: 50294Price: 20.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Naval Air Service RNAS scarce Engineerís sleeve badge.

A good bullion embroidered eagle with propeller below on navy melton cloth ground. Small area of moth holes, otherwise GC.

The Naval Wing of the Royal Flying Corps was authorised 11th July 1912 and soon became known as the Royal Naval Air Service, this title was officially recognised in July 1914. The RNAS merged with the Royal Flying Corps to form the Royal Air Force on 1st April 1918.

Code: 51243Price: 230.00 GBP


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Royal Naval Air Service WWI Engineerís RNAS sleeve badge.

A good unusual "tombstone" shape bullion embroidered eagle with propeller below on navy blue melton cloth ground. GC.

Code: 50248Price: 250.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Flying Corps RFC Trench Art Picture Frames.

A good pair with detailed RFC Pilots wings to each frame. Remain a good colour. Height approx 24cm

Code: 51792Price: 150.00 GBP


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WW1 RNAS Flying Goggles.

A superb pair of the leather face mask goggles. This pair retaining all the fur backing and original elasticated strap. Hook to the elastic strap is absent ring is present VGC.

Black leather flying clothing was favoured by the RNAS.

Code: 51548Price:


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WW1 RFC Small fragment of German Zeppelin Airship Airframe.

Retains an old label stating part of a shot down Zeppelin.

Code: 50460Price: 55.00 GBP


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WW1 Crashed Airship Zeppelin LZ85 souvenir Napkin Ring.

A well crafted napkin ring, made from airship alloy in the form of a strap and buckle. Clearly stamped LZ 85 SALONICA 5.5.16. GC.

LZ85 was launched on the 12th September 1915. Under the Command of Hptm Scherzer Itís main theatre of Operations was the Eastern Front. It took part in three raids on Salonika, being lost on the 5th May 1916 as a result of enemy action. All the crew were made POWs.

Code: 50399Price: 110.00 GBP


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WW1 Period Royal Flying Corps RFC Flying Helmet.

A superb example of a Great War Period private purchase Officer's flying helmet, typical of the period. Soft brown leather, with blanket lining, wide chin strap and fold up neck flap. Complete with all open pattern studs. Leather supple, one small area of moth to the blanket lining of the flap. Near VGC.

Code: 51242Price: 300.00 GBP


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WW1 Period RFC, RNAS, Early RAF Leather Flying Helmet.

A superb example of soft light tan leather, with blanket and fur lining. Tailored with the correct open pattern poppers. Leather retains a very good colour and supple. Two small areas of fur loss, otherwise Very Good Condition.

Code: 51952Price:

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