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A rare early 1950's RAF Pilot Wing, padded type in excellent condition.
An issue RAF Pilot Queens Crown used and padded with four snap fit poppers on the back for easy removal from uniform. Used with wear to the front of the wing.
An early 50's padded example of the RAF Pilot Wing in almost mint condition.
R.A.F. Connector Type 10113/2. Stores ref. 10HA/14841. Wiring loom enables a modern NATO headset/helmet to be used in a vintage aircraft with the larger avionics socket. Comprises a length of rubber covered wiring with large bell type jack plug (10H/10091) at one end and a NATO socket at the other end.
Measures 60" in length
Two badges here for the one price:- Both loop fittings
1. RAF enlisted in gilt finish.
2. RAF enlisted in anodised finish
An early mess dress minature pilot's wing in bullion, removed from uniform, measures 2 1/2"
Early Queens crown padded pilot wing, press studs sewn on rear, good used example.
Lot includes seven cloth badges, two different pairs of senior aircraftsman, one pair of junior aircraftsman and a single leading aircraftsman.
Comprising of nine different RAF badges including Queens Crown Warrant Officers insignia, All in good condition.
Scarce example in bullion, Queens crown BT to centre removed from uniform.
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