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MINT!! A-11 USAAF Flying Helmet with 100% Original AN6530 Flying Goggles

Two of the finest example's of WWII USAAF Flying Gear you will find. The early pattern AN6530 Goggles have the smaller vent tubes with its all original face cushion, still in excellent shape, flexible and clean with no cracks or deterioration.
The A-11 leather Flying Helmet is in mint condition, fully wired and ready to wear if required. It is impossible to upgrade!

You'd be hard pressed to find a better WWII American Headset anywhere.

Code: 53919Price: 550.00 GBP

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MAGNIFICENT!! 1942-1945 USAAF Large Wall Hanging from Rome Army Air Field

It can never be said that I don't offer some rather special, and quite unique items of WWII Aviation Memorabilia. This large wall hanging is just such an item.

Measuring 29" wide x 24" high this handpainted hanging has a very interesting group of twentythree signatures on the reverse, all bar two are female. I'd be very interested to hear any theories as to who the signatories were.

Please Note; this is a heavy item so postage may differ from the cost produced by PC programme.

Code: 53918Price: 425.00 GBP

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This is an incredible piece of Battle of Britain memorabilia, German propaganda warning the British public of what was to come, how right they were! Sadly for Goering however, the RAF were twice as "ruthless" when it came to Air to Air Combat.

These double-sided printed/hand adapted posters were placed inside of the Newspaper notice boards announcing the newspaper's main headline of that day...once used, they were simply thrown away and replaced by the next days headline's. Incredibly this one has survived and I don't believe there will be another example anywhere!

This comes gauranteed as 100% Original! and will also come with a lifetime Certificate of Authentication.

Code: 53917Price: 1550.00 GBP

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MYSTERY!! 1942 RAF Sundial from Bridgnorth Area

This wonderful item of RAF Memorabilia was discovered in 2004 and I'm trying to find out where this might have been used in 1942. Chances are slim but you never know.

I think it's so unique that I'm also looking to have it fully restored. any Sundial experts out there?

Code: 53916Price: On Request

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STUNNING! WWI RAF Officers Mess Ice Bucket - Propeller Hub

Code: 53915Price: 170.00 GBP

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EXCEPTIONAL!! 1918 Royal Flying Corps Large Photo Frame - Propeller Tip

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Code: 53914Price: 225.00 GBP

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QUALITY!! Royal Flying Corps - Rifle Butt Cribbage Board

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Code: 53913Price: 185.00 GBP

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SUPERB!! Original WWI Royal Flying Corps Portrait, Side Cap and Shoulder Title

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Code: 53912Price: 445.00 GBP

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BATTLE WORN! Luftwaffe Flight Jacket - White Leather & Fur

I'd be amazed if this particular Jacket hadn't seen the confines of many Luftwaffe Aircraft. The numerous period repairs, oil stains and even white paint splashes give this wonderful Jacket more character than Peter Sellers ever played.

IMPORTANT; Please note the shoulder board loops are 100% genuine and of the period.

Code: 53911Price: 620.00 GBP

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Italian Co-Belligerent Air Force 'TANKBUSTER' Pilot Wing

A very rare Pilot Wing as worn by the ACI - "Aviazione Cobelligerante Italiana". The ACI was formed in southern Italy in October 1943 after the Italian Armistice in September of that year. By this point the Italians had defected from the Axis and had declared war on Germany, the ACI pilots then flew for the Allies.

The crews of the ACI were re-equipped with Allied aircraft and engaged in transport, escort, reconnaissance, sea rescue, and limited tactical ground support operations flying 11,000 missions from 1943 to 1945.

Please note the term "limited tactical ground support operations"......these ACI "Tankbuster" Wings rarely appear on the market.

Code: 53910Price: 255.00 GBP

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