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MINT, UN-ISSUED, WW2 Era British Air Ministry RAF Fighter Pilot’s 1st Pattern Type C (Stores Code 22C/451) Leather Flying Helmet Size 3 With Correct Chamois Leather Lining. Sn 15670:4 - 15670:4
An original WW2 era RAF pilot's 1st pattern Type C leather flying helmet in near mint un-issued condition. These helmets were introduced in 1941 (see page 53 & 204 of the book Vintage Flying Helmets by Prodger). The helmet is made of the correct brown leather with correct chamois leather lining and padded leather ear roundels. It has the correct leather chin strap, press stud fasteners, hook and straps for oxygen mask. It also has the correct rubber ear cups for ear phones and as a 1st pattern is correctly unwired for comms. The helmet is excellent, clean and undamaged. The lining of the helmet is ink stamped with WD arrow ‘5 roundel’ and with size detail ‘Size 3 7 1/8 to 7 3/8’. The outer bottom edge of the helmet is impressed with Air Ministry ‘AM’ Kings crown mark and correct 1st pattern stores code ‘22C/451’. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15670:4
£495.00

WW2 BATTLE OF BRITAIN 1940 British RAF Fighter Pilot’s Type B Leather Flying Helmet By Frank Bryan Ltd London & Worcester With Correct Padded Chamois Leather Lining With Air Ministry Label & Ink Pilots Name 'Strachan’ . Sn 15670:3 - 15670:3
An original Battle of Britain era 1940 dated Air Ministry RAF pilot's leather flying helmet. These helmets were introduced in 1935 and used throughout WW2 (see page 52 & 197 of the book Vintage Flying Helmets by Prodger). The helmet is made of the correct brown leather with correct padded chamois leather lining and padded leather ear roundels. It has the correct leather chin strap, leather ear cups with brass zips for ear phones and split rear opening with long adjustment strap. The helmet is excellent, clean and undamaged. The lining has a contemporary hand written ink name ‘Strachan’ no doubt the name of the RAF Pilot who was issued with this helmet (illustrated) and its original manufacturer’s label which is marked ‘ Size 3 7 1/8 to 7 3/8 AM (Air Ministry) Kings Crown 22C-65 (stores code) Made By Frank Bryan Limited London & Worcester 1940 (date) . The display head illustrated in the images is not included. The price for this Battle of Britain era helmet worthy of further research regarding the pilot's name includes UK delivery. Sn 15670:3
£575.00

**SOLD**SOLD**16/10**WW2 Era British RAF Fighter Pilot’s Type C Leather Flying Helmet With Correct Chamois Leather Lining & Guide Plates For MK IVA Goggles Contemporary Ink Pilots Name & Number 'Tomlin 326315' . Sn 15670:2 - 15670:2
An original WW2 era RAF pilot's leather flying helmet. These helmets were introduced in 1941 (see page 53 & 200 of the book Vintage Flying Helmets by Prodger). The helmet is made of the correct brown leather with correct chamois leather lining and padded leather ear roundels. It has the correct leather chin strap, press stud fasteners hook and straps for oxygen mask. Interestingly this helmet is fitted with guide plates for MK IVA goggles. We cannot find another RAF helmet configured with these plates. It also has the rubber ear cups for ear phones. The helmet is excellent, clean and undamaged. The lining has a contemporary hand written ink name ‘Tomlin’ & number which appears to be ‘326315’ no doubt the name and number of the RAF Pilot who was issued with this helmet (illustrated). The helmet is a small head size approx. UK size 6. The display head illustrated in the images is not included. The price for this helmet worthy of further research regarding its configuration & pilot's name includes UK delivery. Sn 15670:2
£0.00

WW2 British RAF & Fleet Air Arm Mediterranean, Middle East, North Africa Theatre Fighter Pilot’s Type D Khaki Cloth Flying Helmet Size 4 With Correct Satin Lining & Brass Zipped Leather Ear Cups . Sn 15670:1 - 15670:1
An original WW2 RAF & Fleet Air Arm pilot's cloth flying helmet. Introduced in 1942, these helmets were issued to British fighter pilots in the Middle East, North Africa Theatres (see page 54 & 215 of the book Vintage Flying Helmets by Prodger). The helmet is made of the correct heavy khaki cloth with correct satin lining and padded leather ear roundels. It has the correct webbing chin strap, press stud fasteners hooks and straps for oxygen mask. It also has the correct brass zipped leather ear cups for ear phones and quilted half- moon shaped neck protector to shield the wearer from the sun. The helmet is excellent, clean and undamaged with just a small areas of storage staining which can be seen in the images. The lining is ink stamped with partially visible numbers, which appear to be ‘16006’ & ‘Size No.4 7 ½ -7 ¾’ (illustrated). The display head illustrated in the images is not included. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15670:1
£395.00

RARE, BATTLE OF BRITAIN ERA, Early WW2 1940 Dated Nazi German Luftwaffe Pilot’s Alloy Oxygen Tank / Bottle. AE 560 - AE 560
This is an original early WW2 1940 dated German pilot’s oxygen bottle. The cylindrical alloy casing has scuffs consistent with age and service use & dents which are possibly battle / crash damage. The neck of the bottle has Luftwaffe markings and 25.4.40 date (25th April 1940). The base of the bottle is numbered ‘675’ (all markings illustrated in image 2). The bottle has its original brass tap / regulator. Which has an embossed indistinct mark. The bottle is 17” length and 12 ½” circumference at its widest . The price for this rare early WW2 dated Luftwaffe piece includes UK delivery. AE 560
£395.00

VERY RARE, BATTLE OF BRITAIN CONNECTIONS, WW2 Era British Spitfire / Hurricane Fighter Aircraft Rear Alloy Wheel With Original Air Ministry Marked Tyre. AE 558 - AE 558
The iconic British Spitfire and Hurricane aircraft played a Major role in the pivotal WW2 Battle of Britain 10th July 1940-31st October 1940. Original Spitfire & hurricane parts are very rare to find. This is a very rare WW2 Era Spitfire & Hurricane fighter aircraft rear wheel and tyre. The rubber tyre is worn but has no holes or cuts and many embossed numbers and marks including an Air Ministry ‘Crown AM’ mark (all markings illustrated in image 2). The aircraft grade alloy wheel hub has the correct bolt / axle holes and has no damage, dents or cracks. The hub is 4 ½” diameter. The tyre is 12” diameter and 4 ¼” tread width. The price for this piece of aviation history includes UK delivery. AE 558
£375.00

SOLD SOLD (08/10 ) (WG) Large Original WW1 / WW2 Era Laminated Mahogany Aircraft Hub Boss & Propeller With Stamped Markings Worthy Of Further Research. Sn 15402 - 15402
This is an original complete propeller with hub from a WW1 /WW2 era aircraft. Made of laminated mahogany it is in excellent condition with just minor chips to the blade tips but these do not detract from the appearance of the piece. The hub has a brass plate with large bolts. The wood of the boss has faint impressed markings some of which are readable and appear to be ‘D 22260, B26212, P 1. 75 D2.15 HP 350 & S???A’. The propeller is 8 feet in length, the boss is 7 ¾” diameter and 6 ¾” thick. This large piece is a great aviation display item and worthy of further research. Due to the size of this item delivery will be by arrangement and at cost. Sn 15402
£0.00

WW2 British RAF Air Ministry Marked MK IV Fighter Pilot’s Flying Goggles With MK IVB Strap . Sn 15339:24 - 15339:24
As a result of facial injuries reported by pilots to the Air Ministry, the MK IV series of goggles with alloy frames and visor were introduced (see page 31 of Luftwaffe vs RAF by Prodger). This is an original example of the MK IV British RAF flying Goggles in good condition. The goggles are clean & undamaged with correct MK IV features apart from the absence of hinged visor. The leather strap is impressed with Air Ministry ‘A Crown M’ mark and MK IVB designation (illustrated in image 2). The display head illustrated in the images is not included. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15339:24
£395.00

MINT, BATTLE OF BRITAIN ERA, 1928 To Early WW2 British RAF Fighter Pilot’s Lightweight Flying Goggles (MK II) No Lenses Strap Marked ‘K8’. Sn 15339:23 - 15339:23
This style of goggle has become known as the MKII although no record exists of it by that title. Introduced in 1928 the pattern was obsolete before WW2 began but continued to be used throughout the early war years and are prevalent in contemporary pictures of Battle Of Britain fighter pilots (see page 29 of Luftwaffe vs RAF by Prodger). The goggles in near mint condition should have flat laminate lenses but the lenses of our example are absent. The goggles have the correct light grey alloy frames, backed with brown material and correct brown simulated fur. The leather sprung head strap has the correct 2 adjustment buckles and is ink stamped ‘K8’. The display head illustrated in the images is not included. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15339:23
£425.00

RARE, MINT, WW2 1940 British WD RAF Pilot’s Tan Cloth Pilot's Training Flying Helmet By M. Kaye With Correct Air Ministry Gosport Communication Tubes. Sn 15339:22 - 15339:22
An original rare to find WW2 RAF pilot's cloth flying helmet (see page 20 of the book Flying Headgear Of The World 1934-45 by Weld). The helmet is made of tan cloth with inner felt lining and mesh ear roundels. It has the correct cloth chin strap with buckle. The helmet is near mint, clean and undamaged. It has the correct ear flaps with press stud fasteners and the lining has a 1940 dated size label 6 ½ - 6 7/8 with manufacturer detail M.Kaye together with ‘WD arrow Q244’ ink stamp (illustrated). The helmet comes with original AM marked Gosport tubes, used for communication between Trainer pilot and co-pilot / trainee. The fabric covered flexible metal tubes are in excellent condition. The earpieces bakelite, each marked with A.M. King's Crown and reference numbers. The alloy jack is AM Crown marked (all illustrated). The display head illustrated in the images is not included. The price for rare WW2 set includes UK delivery. Sn 15339:22
£495.00
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