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A Signed Print 'Double Trouble' by Geoff Nutkins, Typhoons of 609 Squadron. SN 10416:1 - 10416:1
A signed print 'Double Trouble' by Geoff Nutkins, depicting 'Armourers load rockets onto Typhoons of 609 Squadron in readiness for the start of the offensive in Europe. Thorney Island June 1944.' The print is in colour and has great detail and capturers the moment perfectly. The print is signed in the bottom right by the artist and the print has "Geoff Nutkins September 92" on the bottom right. The print is set inside a double card insert and has been professionally mounted behind glass. The frame measures 28" x 23 1/2". The frame and print are in excellent condition and this print has a hanging wire and loops on the reverse making it ready for hanging on the wall. The price for this print does not include delivery, it is delivery by arrangement and is not suitable for overseas delivery.
£195.00

Limited Edition Signed Print 42/100 'Norway Patrol' Sketch by Robert Bailey. SN 10417:3 - 10417:3
A limited edition signed print 42/100 'Norway Patrol' sketch by Robert Bailey. The sketch is signed on the bottom left by the artist and "42/100" is just above this. The sketch depicts 'Seeking Mosquitos and Beaufighters, Oberleutnant Kurt Schulze leads a formation of ME 109's off the coast of Norway during October 1944'. The sketch is also signed by Schulze in the bottom right. The sketch is professionally mounted in a frame behind glass and has a card border insert. The frame measures 20 1/2" x 15 1/2". The frame is in perfect condition and is complete with hanging wire and loops to the rear making it ready for hanging. The price for this print does not include delivery, it is delivery by arrangement and is not suitable for overseas delivery.
£95.00

A Framed Limited Edition 076/150 Signed Print of the Hawker Typhoon Mk1B R7752 PR-G, Signed by the Artist Malcolm Kinnear & Pilots. Sn 10417:2 - 10417:2
A Framed Limited Edition 076/150 signed print of the Hawker Typhoon Mk1B R7752 PR_G, signed by the artist Malcolm Kinnear, Wing Commander R. Beaumont and 10 other signatures. The print is inside a glass covered frame which is in perfect condition and the print has a blue border insert. The Typhoon is painted in colour and is in the centre of the print with the Royal Air Force Crest top centre in colour. The artist has drawn a bust sketch of Wing Commander Roland Beaumont, the test pilot, in the top left of the picture. The bottom half of the print has a history of 609 (West Riding) Squadron Royal Auxiliary Air, in the centre bottom a history of the Hawker Typhoon Mk1B R7752 PR-G and at the top right a history of Wing Commander Beaumont. This is a very nice Limited Edition signed print and on the reverse it has a signed authenticity certificate published in 1995 by Artistic Flight Limited Editions and signed by Stephen Spencer. The framet measures 20 1/2" x 15 1/2". The print also has a cord hanging wire making it ready for hanging on the wall. The price for this print does not include delivery, it is delivery by arrangement and is not suitable for overseas delivery.
£95.00

COMPLETE, Post 1951, MK 2 HA (N) Martin Patent Ejector Seat For Single Seat Royal Air Force & Royal Navy Hawker Hunter Jet Aircraft & Detailed Illustrated Extracts From The Manufacturers Manual. Sn 8586 - Sn 8586
The Hawker Hunter series of Military Jet Aircraft were introduced in 1951 and widely used by the RAF and RN. This is a complete, MK 2 HA (N) Ejector Seat For Single Seat Royal Airforce & Royal Navy Hunter Aircraft. The (N) designation identifies the seat as being from a Royal Navy Hunter. The seat has all of it's correct components including the Alloy Seat Pan, Rails, Firing Handles, Air Hoses, Rip Cord With rings, Harness Retaining Straps, Oxygen Cylinder Cables, Survival Pack, Parachute container and parachute. The seat has it's original steel plate identification plate with patent detail rivetted to the right side of the frame (illustrated). The seat cushion is ink printed with War Dept arrow and stores numbers (illustrated). The seat is complete with 11 pages of A4 size Detailed black & white illustrated Extracts From The Manufacturers Manual accompanied by a letter from Martin Baker Aircraft Company Limited, Uxbridge, England dated 17th june 1994 identifying the type of seat as being from an ex-Royal Navy Hunter aircraft. Delivery will be by arrangement and at cost. Sn 8586
£2,750.00

Falklands 'Bring Back' Royal Navy Westland Wessex Helicopter Control Column Stick and Top Grip. AE 564 - AE 564
An original Falklands Conflict 'Bring Back' from a damaged Royal Navy Westland Wessex Helicopter. The control column stick is complete with the top grip and was taken from a damaged helicopter at Stanley Airport. It has been mounted on a round stand for display and stands freely in an upright position. The control column has had the main control wire cut and has the maintenance plate on the side. Just near to where the wire exits the column the last maintenance hand written mark is dated 1979. The column has a complete top grip and this includes the auto pilot button, red arming guard and push button below, actuator trim contol, two shrouded push buttons and a metal rocker switch. The column stands 28 " high. It is in good original condition. This is a chance to buy a piece of history. The price includes UK delivery.
£395.00

Post WW2 U.S. Navy Parachute Pack Complete With Harness, Buckles & White Parachute. Sn 8344. - 8344
This is a Post WW2 U.S. Navy Back Pack Parachute. It has it's full nylon webbing harness with heavy duty plated buckles and hook catches together with side mounted parachute release catch handle. The back pack which measures 26x 17x 7 inches, is constructed of green nylon and has a central release cable. The pack is marked in ink 'U.S. Navy Parachute' with various contract numbers (illustrated). The parachutes stud fasteners and press suds together with all material are complete and intact. It is complete with packed White parachute ( requires repacking). Price includes UK delivery. Sn 8344.
£245.00

WW2 Model AK39 German Luftwaffe Pilot's Arm Compass. AE 561. - AE 562
This is an original, WW2 Arm Compass issued to German Luftwaffe Pilots. It is complete with it's extended original leather strap with metal buckle for wearing on the arm over Flight suits. The rear of the Compass is clearly stamped with model detail ' AK39, F1 23235-1' (illustrated). The compass functions perfectly. Price for this original scarce Luftwaffe item includes UK delivery. AE 562.
£295.00

Original WW2 Japanese Pilot's Guantlet/ Gloves. Captured Guadalcanal. Sn 6294. - 6294
The Guadalcanal Campaign, also known as the Battle of Guadalcanal and codenamed Operation Watchtower by Allied Forces, was a Military Campaign fought between August 7, 1942 and February 9, 1943 on and around the Island of Guadalcanal in the Pacific theatre of World War II. During the campaign, the Allies overwhelmed the Japanese defenders and a strategically important airfield (later named Henderson Field). These excellent condition, leather Japanese Pilots Gauntlet/Gloves were captured at Guadalcanal by U.S 6th marines as the Airfield was over ran. The leather lined Guantlet/ Gloves are designed for wear with 3 fingers in the main part of the Glove with seperate fingers for Forefinger and Thumb which afforded comfort and dexterity to the wearer. The Gloves have a Large 3.5 inch Gauntlet type leather Hide cuff. They are approximately Size 8 Size and all leather, stitching and lining is intact and undamaged. This is a great piece of original captured Japanese equipment from a critical period in the Pacific conflict. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 6294.
£345.00

Original, WW2, US Army Air Forces 'Sweetheart' Decorative Pilot's Seat Cushion Cover. Sn 6304. - 6304
In the cramped confines of their combat conditions, WW2 USAAF Fighter and Bomber Pilot's together with Air Crew often found comfort in having mementos of their loved ones and comrades onboard their Aircraft. It became popular for Pilot's and Aircrew to have custom made, colourful decorative loose cushion covers with images, slogans and sometimes poems dedicated to Wives, Family, friends and Comrades fitted to their seat pads/cushions (some types of seat cushion were also attached to their parachute which would be housed in a recess beneath their seat). A broad variety of designs became available during the War Years and became so popular with Servicemen from all Services that Army PX's sold these cushion covers alongside other supplies for practical use or mementos to send home. ( PX's (Post Exchanges) were retail stores similar to British Forces NAAFI's which are in effect shops for Servicemen at Army, Navy and Air Force bases). This felt and cotton cover measures 16 inches x 16 inches. The front is Rich Dark purple felt with a central embroided shield insignia with white and red stripes surmounted by a dark blue coloured panel with sun and star motif in white. The insignia is surrounded by the words 'CHINA, BURMA, INDIA' embroided in white and topped with the embroided initials C.B.I. (China, Burma, India, Theatre of War). The cover is edged in gold coloured braid and the bottom of the cover has 2 cloth sash fasteners. The reverse of the cover is plain brown cotton. The cover is in good, totally undamaged condition with all stitching intact. Price for this attractive rare item includes UK delivery. Sn 6304.
£125.00

Original, WW2, US Army Air Forces 'Sweetheart' Decorative Pilot's Seat Cushion Cover (69th Infantry Reg't). Sn 6303. - 6303
In the cramped confines of their combat conditions, WW2 USAAF Fighter and Bomber Pilot's together with Air Crew often found comfort in having mementos of their loved ones and comrades onboard their Aircraft. It became popular for Pilot's and Aircrew to have custom made, colourful decorative loose cushion covers with images, slogans and sometimes poems dedicated to Wives, Family, friends and Comrades fitted to their seat pads/cushions (some types of seat cushion were also attached to their parachute which would be housed in a recess beneath their seat). A broad variety of designs became available during the War Years and became so popular with Servicemen from all Services that Army PX's sold these cushion covers alongside other supplies for practical use or mementos to send home. ( PX's (Post Exchanges) were retail stores similar to British Forces NAAFI's which are in effect shops for Servicemen at Army, Navy and Air Force bases). This silk cover measures 17 inches x 17 inches. The front is silver colour with blue and red printed images and lettering. The images consists of the Red and Blue Insignia of the New York, 69th Infantry Regiment, surmounted by the words 'FIGHTING 69th'. To the side of the insignia stand 2 figures. On the left is the blue printed image of a War of Independance/ Civil War Militia man and to the right a World Wars Infantryman. A Poem entitled 'To My Wife' in red lettering (illustrated), features in the centre of the cover below which 'CAMP SHELBY. MISS' is printed in blue. The cover is edged in gold and red coloured stitching with small gold and red silk tassles. The back of the cover is plain sky blue silk. The cover is in good, totally undamaged condition with all stitching intact. "The Fighting 69th" became the 69th Infantry Division motto after the troops passed their first test of battle with flying colours—going into the front lines on February 11, 1945, and quickly smashing through the vaunted Westwall, dubbed the "Siegfried Line" by American and British troops. Price for this attractive rare item to a famous U.S. Infantry Division includes UK delivery. (An original WW2, USAAF, Pilot's seat cushion/ Parachute pad is available separatley on this web site.) Sn 6303.
£125.00
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