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WW2 RAF Royal Air Force Escape Compass.

An original Second World War period example of the pattern carried by RAF Aircrew as part of their escape and evasion equipment.
Diameter 14mm.
Depth 4mm.

Code: 58020Price: 40.00 GBP


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EIIR Royal Air Force Officer's RAF Bullion Cloth Mess Wing Pin Badge.

A good original early Elizabeth II period gold wire bullion 'Royal Air Force Officer's mess wing badge', the reverse with black paper lined hessian backing and metal mounted pin fittings. Very good clean condition.
Height 31mm.
Wingspan approx 67mm.

Code: 57685Price: 20.00 GBP


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Royal Air Force Physical Training Instructor, RAF Brass PTI Arm Badge, 1923 -1949.

A good original pre-1949 'Royal Air Force Physical Training Instructor arm badge'; die-stamped gilding brass example displaying three arms each wielding a club, protruding from a centre piece bearing the letters "PTI". Good condition, complete with original two loop fittings, minor service wear.
Height approx 32mm.

Code: 57674Price: 18.00 GBP


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WW2 Royal Air Force RAFVR Pilot's Identity Bracelet.

A scarce original wartime period 'Royal Air Force unmarked silver ID disc, inscribed to "E.P.Waite R.A.F. 749174". Very good condition, complete with silver plated chain bracelet with safety catch in good working order.
Length approx 193mm.

The service number '749174' would indicate an RAFVR recruit.

Code: 57619Price: 30.00 GBP


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WW2 Royal Air Force Officer's Field Service, RAF Side Cap Badge.

A very good original Second World War period two piece 'RAF officer's gilt cap badge' on brass backing plate, the reverse retaining the original blades to both King's Crown and eagle. Very good condition, gilt finish remains bright.
Width 51mm.

Code: 57616Price:


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Royal Air Force Air Gunner RAF Winged Bullet AG Arm Badge 1923 -1939.

A scarce original circa 1923 -1939 'Royal Air Force Air Gunner arm badge' in the form of a die-stamped brass winged bullet. Good condition, retaining original correct three loop fittings, wear to highpoints, heavy distortion to one loop, price reflects.
Height 37mm.

Code: 57612Price: 30.00 GBP


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Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Silver & Enamel RAFVR Badge made by Thomas Lynton Mott, Birmingham.

A scarce original jewellers made 'Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve' large silver and enamel eagle badge bearing 'VR' scroll inlaid with blue enamel, the reverse impressed "Sterling" and with maker's details "T.L.M" (Thomas Lynton Mott, Birmingham) beneath an artist's palette. Very good uncleaned condition, retaining original pin fittings, an excellent example.
Width 56mm.

Code: 57611Price:


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Royal Australian Air Force Other Ranks RAAF Brass Cap Badge.

A good original George VI period die-stamped blackened brass other ranks 'Royal Australian Air Force cap badge'; Crowned laurel wreath bearing 'RAAF' monogram to the centre; the reverse retaining original two loop fittings and split pin. Good condition, service wear to blackened finish.
Height 47mm.

Code: 57610Price:


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WW2 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve RAFVR Officially Numbered Badge.

A scarce Second World War period unmarked silver 'Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve badge', made by the Royal Mint and with official Air Ministry issue number "81741”. Very good condition, complete with original buttonhole fitting.
Height 24mm.

Code: 57608Price:


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WW2 Royal Air Force Black Plastic Economy Issue RAF Cap Badge.

A scarce Second World War period 'RAF economy issue cap badge', the reverse with maker's details in relief "A Stanley & Sons Walsall" "101A - 2 -2" "T -2". Very good condition, retaining original two blade fittings.
Height 43mm.

Code: 57607Price: 18.00 GBP


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Royal Air Force Other Ranks RAF Brass Cap Badge.

A good original George VI period die-stamped brass other ranks 'Royal Air Force cap badge'; Crowned laurel wreath bearing 'RAF' monogram to the centre; the reverse retaining original two loop fittings and split pin. Good condition, service wear and polishing to highpoints.
Height 44mm.

Code: 57606Price:


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Royal Air Force Other Ranks RAF Post 1953 Brass Cap Badge.

A very good original example of a post 1953 die-stamped brass other ranks 'Royal Air Force cap badge', Queen Elizabeth II Crowned laurel wreath bearing 'RAF' monogram to the centre; the reverse retaining original two loop fittings and split pin. Very good used condition, minimal service wear.
Height 41mm.

Code: 57605Price: 15.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Flying Corps Other Ranks RFC Brass Cap Badge.

A good original First World War period 'Royal Flying Corps brass cap badge' convex example with fine detail. Very good condition, retaining original two loop fittings and split pin.
Height 44mm.

Code: 57256Price:


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WW2 Royal Air Force War Workers RAF Officially Numbered Identification Badge by Dingley Birmingham.

A scarce wartime period 'Royal Air Force badge'; gilded brass quatrefoil example, the centre bearing Crowned "Per Ardva Astra" RAF eagle on translucent red enamel ground, officially impressed with low issue number to the front "2151", the reverse with maker"s details "Dingley B'ham". Very good condition, retaining original buttonhole fitting, no stress marks or damage to the red enamel, minor wear to Royal, gilt finish with service wear.
Height 30mm.

Worn as an official identification for civilians On Government Work serving on RAF Airfields, etc.

Code: 57146Price: 40.00 GBP


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WW2 Royal Air Force War Workers RAF Officially Numbered Identification Badge by J.R.Gaunt, London.

A scarce wartime period 'Royal Air Force badge'; gilded brass oval example, the centre bearing Crowned RAF eagle above a tablet with officially impressed number "40059", the reverse with maker"s details "J.R.Gaunt. London". Very good condition, retaining original buttonhole fitting.
Height 33mm.

Worn as an official identification for civilians On Government Work serving on RAF Airfields, etc.

Code: 57145Price: 30.00 GBP


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WW2 Royal Air Force War Workers RAF Official Low Numbered Identification Badge by Dingley Birmingham.

A scarce wartime period 'Royal Air Force badge'; circular nickel example, the centre bearing a King George VI Crown above a tablet with officially impressed very low issue number "653", the reverse with maker"s details "Dingley B'Ham". Good condition, retaining original buttonhole fitting in gilded brass, minor edge knocks.
Diameter 28mm.

Worn as an official identification for civilians On Government Work serving on RAF Airfields, etc.

Code: 57144Price: 35.00 GBP


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WW1 Royal Flying Corps Officer's Service Dress, RFC OSD Bronze Collar Badge.

A scarce original First World War period 'Royal Flying Corps officer's bronze collar badge' convex example with fine detail. Very good condition, retaining original two loop fittings and split pin, colour remains good, an excellent example.
Height 34mm.

Code: 56952Price:


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WWII Royal Canadian Air Force RCAF Aircrew Silver Memorial Cross.

A scarce original 'George VI' period 'Canadian Memorial Cross' awarded to widows and mothers of World War II servicemen; the reverse officially named "R61529 F/SGT. L.T. FULCHER” with additional pin fittings half obscuring the "Sterling" mark. Very good condition, silver now toned.

R61529 Flight Sergeant Louis Thomas Fulcher was born on the 3rd November 1918 at Melton Constable in Norfolk, England. Emigrating to Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. he volunteered for service in the RCAF in December 1940. Selected for aircrew he trained as a Flight Engineer and was posted to the UK, where he joined 467 (RAAF) Squadron operating the Avro Lancaster Bomber. He was crewed with the B Flight Commander a New Zealand Pilot Squadron Leader A.M. Paape DFC & Bar who was known to the Squadrona as “First Back” Paape. This is believed due to the efficiency of his crew he was always the first to return after an operation. On the evening of the 3rd April 1943, Fulcher and his crew was briefed for an operation to Essen. Climbing into their Lancaster T for Tommy they took off from RAF Bottesford at 19.34 hrs over Essen they were shot down and crashed within the target area, all the crew were killed and were buried on the 7th April.

Code: 56909Price:


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Greetings Fom The Guinea Pig Club Opaque Glass Souvenir Dish, RAF Related.

A scarce original circa 1970's opaque glass pin dish or ashtray, which depicts a surface transfer of a winged guinea pig and inscribed "Greetings Fom The Guinea Pig Club". Very good condition, no chips or cracks, two small scratches to the back of guinea pig not affecting the appearance.
Width approx 124mm.
Height approx 95mm.

Guinea Pig Club consisted of only 639 members, they were very badly burned Royal Air Force aircrew who received pioneering plastic surgery from the famous surgeon Sir Archibald MacIndoe at the hospital in East Grinstead.

Code: 56905Price:


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Royal Air Force Air Ministry Official Issue Whistle and Chain.

A scarce original circa 1940's RAF 'Air Ministry whistle and chain'; white metal tubular example impressed with 'Crowned A.M' followed by the numeral and initial "293/A A./22 CON. 14C". Complete with steel chain with spring clip and leather button tab. Good condition, small kink in chain.
Length 80mm.

Code: 56858Price: 60.00 GBP

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