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RAF Official aircrew Sea Survival Booklet and Restricted report on20 seat dingy.
The booklet was published in 1957. Accompanied by a RestrictedReport 1954, with BEA ink stamp.
Code: 52300Price: 20.00 GBP
WW2 RAF MKVIII Flying Goggles.
A good pair, retaining original elasticated strap, Service wear.
Code: 52213Price: 120.00 GBP
RAF Cold War Period Squadron Leader Flag.
A very good and scarce 1988 dated Flag, flown b y Officer's of the rank of Squadron Leader. Printed cotton retaining brass rope clips. Unflown condition Bearing issue stamps Size 60 cm x 90 cm
Code: 51777Price: 100.00 GBP
RAF Cold War Spectacles MK14 & Original Case.
A scarce pair of the aircrew issue sunglasses contained in original case. PLEASE NOTE one screw to arm absent arm therefore loose.
Code: 51511Price: 30.00 GBP
RAF Cold War Period Officer's Brown Leather Gloves.
A good worn pair of Officer's soft brown leather parade gloves, formally belonging to an RAF Navigator who served 1950's / 60's period. GC.
Code: 50629Price: 15.00 GBP
RAF Pilots Notes Chipmunk T MK 10.
For those ex ATC cadets a must have to remind them of waiting around for hours in the crew room for that 30 minute flight.
The notes retain original plastic cover good clean condition.
Code: 52382Price: 30.00 GBP
RAF Officer's Mess Jacket and Miniature Medals.
A good clean regulation example worn by Squadron Leader Clackbuen MBE. Complete with bullion pilots wings and miniature medals of the MBE and 1953 Coronation medal. Tailored by Alkit 1963.
Code: 52254Price: 85.00 GBP
WW2 RAF 1940 Dated Rifle Sling.
A rare dated example, with clear 1940 issue date and 1939 date code. VGC un-issued condition.
PLEASE NOTE the photo is not very good, the sling is bright RAF blue webbing as originally issued.
WW2 RAF 1st Pattern “Nuffield” Escape Boots.
A extremely rare pair of the pattern similar to the later 1943 RAF Escape boots. This pair with a black polished leather upper section has a zip to the front indicating first pattern issue. The interior with sheepskin lining. Complete with alloy zips, these in running order, but one zip may need a little attention. The pullers to the zips are absent, but this seems to be a common feature of three pairs I have seen in 30 years all have had pullers absent. The interior with sheepskin lining. Retaining original heels, now with later leather soles (see Photograph). Overall GC used condition
This pattern of boot was developed by MI9 Mr Clayton Hutton. Two patterns were produced, this with a zip to the front and the second pattern with a slightly offset zip arrangement. The later pattern were fitted with a brass zip, maybe due to the problem with the weakness of the pullers. Both patterns were produced in very small numbers. In production for only about a year, for both types, makes this pair probably the rarest of RAF issue flying boots of WW2
Code: 52368Price: 1650.00 GBP
WW2 Luftwaffe Winter Flying Helmet Worn By RAF Polish Fighter Pilot Adam Mieczysław Ostrowski
This is a very unusual combination, the flying helmet is the Luftwaffe winter weight by Siemens. The interior brow band with ink name "F/O OSTROWSKI". The helmet is complete with throat mike, electrics. The leather is supple, but has been stored in a damp place. Corrosion to electrics, some wool loss. ... Accompanied by a pair of MKVIII Flying goggles, these with initials "A.O." Some age and storage wear. One lens cracked. Although this pair with age storage wear a very interesting combination.
This pair was acquired from an auction sale, in the same sale was a travelling box named to P.2670 F/Lt Ostrowski RAF St.Hethel (Digital photograph of box available )
Attributed to P.2670 Flight Lieutenant Adam Mieczysław Ostrowski fighter pilot one time flying with 317 Squadron. I can only conclude that Ostrowski was possibly posted at one time to number 1426 (Enemy Aircraft) Flight RAF, nicknamed "the Rafwaffe", This unit flew captured German aircraft and a photograph can be found of a RAF pilot wearing Luftwaffe flying helmet with RAF goggles.
Code: 52366Price: 475.00 GBP
WW2 RAF 1939 "Battle of Britain" Period B Type Flying Helmet.
A superb example, tailored by Frank Bryan, Size 3. The exterior leather is in excellent condition and zips to both earphone covers are in working condition. The interior retains leather lining and label with date 1939. Two ink names can be found to the helmet one crossed out the other "STANIFORTH" with possible number "96466". Complete with frost protectors and original rubber cushions. The helmet is in very good used condition leather supple no damage. Rubber crumbling.
Code: 52297Price: 750.00 GBP
WW2 Period RAF Aircrew G Type Oxygen Mask, Unissued Condition.
A superb example, retaining transit plug, elasticated harness, and copper wire to the nose. The rubber is in outstanding supple condition, see photographs. One popper to leather helmet attachment strap detached, otherwise could not be bettered.
WW2 RAF Battle of Britain Period 1936 Pattern Flying Boots (1938).
A good a scare pre war pair of the classic "Battle of Britain" Flying Boots. The exterior black leather is in good condition, the interior with sheepskin, this showing some age wear and balding to parts. Original soles , replacement heels. Retaining both pulls to each boot, this with clear AM issue stamp and date code for 1938. The label indicates size Size 9 Fitting 6
Code: 52369Price: 600.00 GBP
WW2 RAF Battledress Uniform as Originally Worn.
Comprising War Service Blouse, retaining Corporal chevrons. The interior with issue label 1944. Clean Condition. ... Accompanied by War Service Battledress Trousers. These retaining issue label for 1944. These remain in clean condition but with small moth nips to the crotch, not effecting appearance. A good set.
Code: 52243Price: 325.00 GBP
WW2 Period RAF Leather C Type Flying Helmet.
An example of the second pattern with internal wiring loom. The helmet is in overall sound condition , but with some service and age storage wear. Wiring loom is present, but earphones, jack plug and chinstrap absent. Rubber ear cups remain supple. White metal furniture with some discolouring.
Code: 52287Price: 160.00 GBP
WW2 Period RAF C Type Flying Helmet / G Type Oxygen Mask Attributed Set as Worn
A rare combination attributed to 136213 Shackleton. The helmet is the second pattern C type helmet with internal wiring loom. Complete with earphones wiring and jack plug. The interior with ink name. .... The G type mask remains in good condition, although having been used, there is no splits to the nose or wire retaining loops. Inside the mask is the name "SHACk". Overall GC a very rare combination pair as worn. Worn by a Flight Lieutenant Sunderland Pilot.
Code: 52296Price: 850.00 GBP
WW2 RAF Battle of Britain Pattern MKIII Flying Goggles.
A very good pair fitted with clear lenses, retaining both "trumpets" and hinge. Complete with leather and elasticated strap. VGC.
This pair have no AM issue or date stamps to the leather strap.
Code: 52337Price: 285.00 GBP
RAF Interwar Aircrew "A" Pattern Flying Helmet With Gosport Tubes.
A good scarce example of chrome brown leather, with elasticated rear panel with goggle strap. Padded ear sections have been tailored to accommodate Gosport tubes and with matching leather covers. Service wear to the interior. Leather remains supple. Rare to find with Gosport tubes and tailoring for use.
Code: 52367Price: 375.00 GBP
WW2 RAF Aircrew Oxygen Mask Tube.
This tube appears to be thinner than the normal. Complete with mask attachment, brass bayonet fitting and clip. Some storage wear.
Code: 52365Price: 100.00 GBP
WW2 RAF 1941 Pattern Brown Suede Flying Boots.
A very good clean pair, retaining original working zips and rubber soles. To the ankle brown leather straps and to the interior white sheepskin lining. Bearing AM issue stamps and ink name "Murdoch. Minor wear Very Good Clean condition.
Code: 52370Price: 250.00 GBP
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