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RAF Ditching Whistle

A very good example of an RAF Ditching Whistle seen in so many wartime images worn on the Suits Aircrew or Working Dress Blouse.
Nickel on brass and stamped in the usual manner this nice original piece is in good working order and without damage and with just minor loss to the nickel plating

Code: 53825

50.00 GBP


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ATA Gilded Cap Badge

The lower portion of the two part Air Transport Auxiliary Cap Badge worn below the eagle on the field service cap.
The gilded badge appears unissued and is in very good condition with the blades still folded.

Code: 53824

120.00 GBP


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Polish Air Force Gilded Buttons. Complete Service Dress Set

A complete original wartime set of Polish Air Force gilded Buttons made by Gaunt London.
Comprising four approx. 24mm Buttons for the front closure of the service dress tunic and four approx. 16 mm for the pockets all eight buttons are in excellent unissued condition and ideal as replacement of for the creation of a Polish tunic for display.
Please note, this listing is for the buttons only and none of the backdrop pieces are included or indeed available.

Code: 53823

95.00 GBP


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Officer's Collar Tabs - Cavalry?

A good example of a matched pair of e officer's Collar Tabs in silver aluminium thread with what I believe to be a golden yellow branch of service piping for the cavalry.
Overall condition is very good but with the remains of adhesive to the underside from having previously been mounted for display

Code: 53822

50.00 GBP


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Officer's Collar Tabs - Smoke Troops

A good example of a matched pair of officer's Collar Tabs in silver aluminium thread with a Bordeaux red branch of service piping which I believe is for smoke troops.
Overall condition is very good but with the remains of adhesive to the underside from having previously been mounted for display

Code: 53821

50.00 GBP


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RAF Pathfinder Pilots Information Card

An interesting and I believe very scarce RAF Pilot’s Information Card for a Mosquito of Pathfinder Force operating from a Cambridgeshire airfield to Berlin during the last raids of World War Two.
The card measures 160mm x 180mm and is ideally suited for its use, one side showing the track with significant ground features, the other with tracks, distances and times along with heights for the Target Indicators. Overall condition is very good with two folds.
The print date is shown at the bottom as 12/44 along with “Mossie – Warboys” whilst the departure and destination airfield pressure (QFE) is written at the top.
The track takes the aircraft North East to the coast of Norfolk before turning onto an Easterly track to the Dutch coast, over the Ijsselmeer and on into Germany. After passing off to the North of Magdeburg they turn North East to approach Berlin from the North West before dropping the TI’s and heading home on a reverse track.
This operation would have been as an “Illuminator" which were PFF aircraft flying in front of the main force who would drop markers or target indicators (TIs) onto the designated aiming point already illuminated by the "Finders". If conditions were cloudy H2S navigational radar was used. These TIs were designed to burn with various and varying colours to prevent the German defences lighting decoy fires. Various TI's were dubbed "Pink Pansies", "Red Spots", and "Smoke Puffs".

Code: 53820

120.00 GBP


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Original 1917 RFC Airmen Large Group Photograph

An excellent and original period portrait study measuring 290mm x 235mm, mounted on card and showing Royal Flying Corps Airmen in Exeter in 1917
The photograph shows five sergeants and five corporal each wearing the so called maternity tunics, breeches and field service caps.
This actual photograph will appear in Mark Hillier’s next work in his Kit Bag series, this time on the Royal Flying Corps and due for publication in the early part of next year.

Code: 53819

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Artillery Major’s sew in Shoulder Boards

Artillery Major’s sew in Shoulder Boards in overall excellent condition but with the remains of adhesive to the underside from having previously been mounted for display.
Hand applied lightly padded braid on a red felt backing.

Code: 53818

90.00 GBP


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Shoulder Boards for a Hauptmann in Pioniere-battailon 20

A good pair of uniform removed sew in Shoulder Boards for a Hauptmann in Pioniere-battailon 20, which was the pioneer element of 20 Infanterie Division.
Overall condition is very good but with the remains of adhesive to the underside from having previously been mounted for display

Code: 53817

95.00 GBP


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A Rare NSDStB (National Socialist German Students’-league) Armband

A very rare NSDStB, "National Sozialistische Deutscher Studentenbund" (National Socialist German Students’-league) Armband featuring a canted Swastika machine stitched onto a white cotton diamond on a red cotton Armband. Top and bottom are horizontal white cotton stripes which the Swastika motif straddles.
Overall condition is very good with some age and storage darkening but no damage. Traces of a circular stamp remain but this is not legible.
NSDStB was founded in 1926 as a division of the Nazi Party with the mission of integrating University-level education and academic life within the framework of the National Socialist worldview.

Code: 53816

250.00 GBP


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