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WWII Royal New Zealand Air Force Pilot Brevet



Here is an early WWII RNZAF Pilot wing. Its a been there condition with heavy service wear. Flat example.

Measures 3 7/8"

Code: 55380

155.00 GBP


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WWII Royal Air Force Officer's Cap Badge on Band



An RAF Officer's cap badge on woven hat band. All metal example in very good near mint condition.

Code: 55379

60.00 GBP


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WWII Royal Australian Air Force Pilot Brevet



A RAAF pilot wing in near mint condition, flat example with embroidered red crown.

Measures 4 5/8"

Code: 55381

95.00 GBP


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Royal Canadian Air Force Title



A RCAF shoulder title in good condition.

Measures 3 1/2" x 1 5/16"

Code: 55382

20.00 GBP


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WWII Royal Air Force Pathfinder Badge in Silver



A RAF Pathfinder badge, pin back with safety clasp and marked sterling silver on the back.

Measures 2 1/8" x 9/16"

Code: 55383

110.00 GBP


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RAF/RCAF Officer's Cap Badge



An RAF Officers cap badge in wire bullion thread with a gilt eagle, padded and removed from cap.

Code: 52888

55.00 GBP


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WWII Royal Australian Air Force Cap Badge



A RAAF Enlisted Airman cap badge, lug fittings with the makers mark Amor Sydney.

Code: 55317

25.00 GBP


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First World War RFC, artillery spotter's leather map navigational tool case.



Heavy leather folding map case with a celluloid window for inserting a map with compartments for pencils, navigational tools. Carried by pilots and observers while flying in order to navigate but also to observe and mark enemy troops movements on the ground which would then be relayed to the guns of the artillery. This type of map case was also carried by ground forces. I can find no markings, conforms to the standard issue type with buckles for attaching to the Sam Browne belt. It is quite likely it would be a private purchase item since prior to 1916, officers in the RFC were required to furnish all the own equipment, most probably used by the RFC/RAF. In good condition with some age scuffs and service wear.

Code: 55308

130.00 GBP


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WWI RFC/RAF Leather Flying Helmet



A good clean example made by J Hallam and Sons Ltd of Leicester. The soft light brown leather typical of that favoured by aircrew of the RFC and early RAF. The interior with blanket lining with tailor's label All press studs, chinstrap and buckles present. In very good condition.

Code: 55307

155.00 GBP


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WWII Scarce Padded Radio / Radar Operator WW2 RAF brevet.



Scarce Padded Radio / Radar Operator WW2 RAF brevet.

The Radar Operator (Also known as Radio/Observer) trade brevet was introduced in May 1941 and although the name suggest the wearers were radio operators, they were in fact radar operators.

Code: 55302

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