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RAF Battle Of Britain pilot Bob Doe signed limited edition print
RAF Battle Of Britain Spitfire Pilot, signed Print.
It is of 234 Squadron, Pilot Officer, Bob Doe (DSO, DFC & Bar).
The 420 x 300mm, Steve Teasdale print is hand signed by Bob Doe and the artist, in pencil.
It is numbered 92 out of 150, of a limited edition.
With it is a separate signed Authenticity Certificate.
Bob Doe was credited with 14 victories during the Battle of Britain.
He died in 2010 at the age of 89.
RAF 1933 Pattern Flying Gauntlets
RAF 1933 Pattern Flying Gauntlets.
Air Ministry Stores Ref. No. 22C/264 & 269, size 8.
Chestnut brown leather, with working Lightning zips and inner A.M. & Crown plus AID stamps, with a 1939 date.
These gauntlets have a very good outside leather colour match.
Although, inside one glove looks to have been worn less than the other, and maybe a replacement for a damaged one.
An excellent pair of Battle of Britain period gauntlets.
Code: 50915Price: 195.00 GBP
WAAF Operations Plotter Chest Mic & Headset
RAF Operations Room, WAAF Plotter type headset & chest microphone.
Adjustable headband with GEC marked earphone's wired to the bakelite chest microphone assembly.
The speaking trumpet rotates forwards or backwards to obtain the best speaking position.
The trumpet can be removed for storage/replacing.
The chest plate is fixed in situ by a cotton strap which goes around the operators neck.
There is a cotton covered wiring loom with a jack plug.
In very good condition, some slight distortion to the base of the bakelite speaking trumpet (see photo).
Code: 50913Price: 75.00 GBP
RAF Irvin Flying Jacket Collar Strap
An Original wartime Irvin Flying Jacket Collar Strap.
Found clipped onto the back of the Irvin collar, and often referred to as a spare goggle strap, but this strap is in fact for pulling the collar together into an upright position, so keeping the neck warm.
Made from black elastic with a metal adjuster and end clips.
In a good 'used' condition.
RAF Station/Airfield Ensign Flag
RAF Station Ensign Flag.
Multi-Panel construction, of stitched wool/cotton cloth panels.
Rope & Brass Toggle fixing.
Size, approximately = 6' x 3'.
Most of the markings have weathered away.
It was purchased from a collector who assured us that the flag was originally from the old airfield at RAF Sutton Bridge, but we have no proof of this.
The Flag is in a good 'Used' condition, but there are some wear holes and it is frayed on the edge (see photos).
WAAF Group of Ephemera
WW2 WAAF Group of Photographs and Ephemera.
She was later based at RAF Colerne (1944) which is also written on the back of some photos.
There are eight photos ( inc. a line of Hawker Tempests) and a couple of clippings, an interesting RAF Colerne service book listing things to do and not to do in and around the airfield, and a nice pre war and wartime autograph book.
Code: 50908Price: 25.00 GBP
RAF style Fighter Pilots Scarf
RAF Style Polka Dot Scarf.
Type often seen in photographs worn by fighter pilots.
This white polka dot pattern, vintage rayon/silk scarf is in a very good condition (has a couple of marks).
It has black & white tassels at either end.
Size, 47 x 12 inches.
RAF Battle Of Britain pilot Geoffrey Wellum signed print
RAF Battle Of Britain Spitfire Pilot signed Print.
It is of 92 Squadron, Pilot Officer, Geoffrey Wellum (DFC).
The 12 x 8", David Pritchard print is hand signed by Wellum in pencil.
Sadly Geoffrey Wellum recently died (7/18) at the age of 96.
RAF Woollen Boot Socks
RAF, Cream Woollen Boot Socks.
These cream colour wool socks have had very little or no wear.
War Department Arrow marked.
In Excellent condition.
RAF Electrically Heated Waistcoat
A rare Wartime RAF Electrically Heated Waistcoat.
Type F (24 volt) Ref No. 22C/957.
This waistcoat is for wearing inside of the Sidcot Flying Suit.
It could be fixed inside by a series of button holes which are down the front edge (see photo) allowing it to fix onto the buttons stitched inside the Sidcot suit.
It has an integrated higher wattage 24V system, and is designed for heating the upper body area only.
It has an electrical umbilical with a metal connecting plug, which is Air Ministry marked.
This connected to the aircraft's electrical system by means of a similar type female socket plug.
This waistcoat is in a very good 'Used' condition.
Inside it has a good clear large Air Ministry label, which is possibly dated at the bottom.
The press stud fasteners are in a good condition but have some verdigris around the edge which has left a few marks on the cloth fabric (this may clean off).
The brown cloth has a few storage stains and a couple of wear marks and patches (see photo) but it is otherwise in a good condition.
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