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WW1 Royal Flying Corps RFC Trench Art Picture Frames.

A good pair with detailed RFC Pilots wings to each frame. Remain a good colour. Height approx 24cm

Code: 51792Price: 150.00 GBP

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WW1 Royal Flying Corps Triplex Flying Mask Goggles.

A very good pre issue pair of soft brown leather with gilt tooled makers details and retain full fur backing and original strap. The goggles are contained in the original case. The leather and strap in outstanding condition, please note small stitching fault and small crack to one lenses. No Moth Damage or fur loss. Fits tight in box.

Code: 51776Price: 650.00 GBP

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WW1 Period RFC, RNAS, RAF Aircraft Altimeter.

A rare example made by Short & Mason Ltd, this being a MKVB. The reverse with clear Ward Department Air Branch stamp. Remains in very good clean condition.

Code: 51713Price: 450.00 GBP

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WW1 RFC / RNAS / RAF Period Leather Flying Helmet

This example is tailored with a leather neck flap and part fur and part woollen lining. The "open" pattern press studs and orange brown covering to the poppers would indicate WW1 period. The fur is good, but wear to the leather, with two studs absent.

Code: 51682Price: 50.00 GBP

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WW1 Royal Flying Corps RFC Observer's Brevet Badge.

A very good example of the classic WW1 shape. Slight wear.

Code: 50944Price: 200.00 GBP

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WW1 Early 1920's RFC / RAF Observer's Brevet Badge

A good flat example, of the shape and style worn in the Great War and into the early 1920's VGC.

Code: 50489Price: 100.00 GBP

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WW1 1918 WRAF Womens Royal Air Force 1st pattern Cap Badge.

A rare and very good example of the pattern of badge introduced on the formation of the WRAF in 1918. This padded example retains the black wax cotton backing. Good clean undamaged condition.

Code: 50512Price: 160.00 GBP

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RAF 1918 1st pattern NCO’s embroidered cap badge.

A scarce example of the yellow cotton embroidered Cap Badge. Remains in clean condition with original backing cloth.

Code: 50327Price:

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WW1 Royal Flying Corps Other Rank's Swagger Stick.

A good example with bamboo shaft, the thimble pattern top embossed with a pair of RFC pilots wings. Slight wear GC.

Code: 51690Price: 90.00 GBP

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WW1 Period British Royal Flying Corps / Royal Naval Air Service Flechette Dart.

A good standard "Dart" pattern. Small amount of age wear. GC.

Code: 51727Price: 120.00 GBP

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WW1 Pattern Royal Flying Corps RFC Flying Gauntlets

A good and rare pair retailed through Harrods of London. Soft brown tan leather typical of style found of flying clothing of the RFC, RNAS and early RAF. The gauntlets backed with thick fur. The interior lined in white lambs wool and retaining Harrods label and name tag Bullock. The overall condition is good stitching faults to left thumb (see picture), leather retains supple and soft. These are mens size gloves.

Code: 50041Price: 375.00 GBP

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WW1 Royal Flying Corps RFC Maternity Tunic Jacket.

A very good example of an Other Ranks UK issue of the maternity wrap over tunic. Khaki wool cloth, with full Royal Flying Corps cloth shoulder titles. Tailored with the correct pattern flat buttons and three hooks and eyes to the collar. The interior with correct half wool lining. Near Very good clean condition, one or two marks few very small moth nips. A superb example of the standard issue.

Code: 51725Price: 3250.00 GBP

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WW1 Royal Flying Corps Attributed Badges & Recruit Paper

This grouping was worn by 1st Air Mechanic Herbert Edward Saville Worthey. Comprising: RFC brass Cap Badge. ... Cloth shoulder title. ... Two blade propeller 1st AM rank insignia. .... Original travel pass for recruits of the RFC dated 16th November 1915. Overall GC.

Code: 51716Price:

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WW1 Royal Naval Air Service winged “A” RNAS shoulder board badge

A rare original small example retaining both blades.

Worn to the shoulder boards of the greatcoat by Officers attached to the RNAS; discontinued upon the creation of the RAF on the 1st April 1918.

Code: 51670Price:

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Northumberland Fusiliers EX RAF Observer Regimental Patrol Tunic.

A very good example with by Lieutenant Colonel William Hubert Leete DFC who had served during WW1 as an Observer. The dark blue patrol tunic tailored with stand collar, breast and waist pockets. To the left breast and very fine (Possibly WW1 Period Old Stock) bullion Observer brevet. Below this medal ribbons of DFC, 1914/15 Star, BWM, VM, MID 1937 Coronation Medal, TD. Complete with Northumberland Fusilier buttons and rank to the shoulder straps. The lining with tailor's label with ink name and date May 1937. Small moth holes to one waist pocket.

Lieutenant Colonel William Hubert Leete DFC appears to have served with the 5th Bn NF, before transferring to the RFC. Qualifying as an Observer and been posted to 7 Squadron December 1917. He was awarded the DFC (LG 2/7/18) "A very successful Observer who has been instrumental in bringing our heavy artillery fire on numerous occasions on the enemy positions, causing great destruction."

Code: 51696Price:

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WW1 RFC / RAF Flying Helmet.

A very good clean example tailored by Ledux. The soft light brown leather typical of that preferred by aircrew of the RFC and early RAF. The interior with blanket lining with tailor's label Very good condition. All open pattern press studs present.

Code: 51724Price: 150.00 GBP

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Royal Naval Air Service WWI Engineer’s RNAS sleeve badge.

A good unusual "tombstone" shape bullion embroidered eagle with propeller below on navy blue melton cloth ground. GC.

Code: 50248Price: 250.00 GBP

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WW1 Zeppelin SL11 Leefe Robinson Souvenir

A piece of Zeppelin wire sold on behalf of the Red Cross recovered from the first Zeppelin bought down at Cuffley Essex. September 3rd 1916. Complete with original Red Cross envelope. GC clean condition.

Zeppelin SL11 brought down by Lt Leefe Robinson VC of the Royal Flying Corps

Code: 50409Price: 100.00 GBP

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RAF WWI Royal Air Force 1st pattern Officer’s cap badge.

A very fine and scarce example introduced in April 1918. Silver gilt Crown, eagle and laurel spray on black felt ground with metal backing plate. Reverse bears circular brass seal of JR Gaunt & Son Ltd, London & B’ham "patent applied for”. (See photo of reverse)

Code: 51663Price: 160.00 GBP

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WW1 Royal Flying Corps Pilots Wings

A superb classic pair of padded Pilots Wings. VGC

Code: 51531Price:

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