Framed and signed print by Mike Aspinall depicting Wing Commander Guy Gibson's Lancaster attacking the Mohne dam on the night of 16-17 May 1943 . The print is signed by four 617 Squadron crew who flew in the raid and by two crucial members of the 617 Squadron ground crew.
Collection only due to glass in frame.We have other signed prints in stock too, please contact us for details.
1949 Pattern Battledress and Trousers.Named to Lt Colonel J.T. Edmunds with Royal Artillery Shoulder Titles and 49th West Riding Div Patches and Lanyard.Interior label with maker details and War Dept Arrow stamp.Trousers also in excellent condition and 1949 Pattern Label to interior with 1956 date stamp and maker details with War Dept Arrow stamp.All bakelite buttons intact on both tunic and trousers.
Flight lieutenant's mess dress uniform comprising of jacket with gold bullion observer breve and kings crown gilt buttons.Moss Brothers Covent Garden label named to Wookey, complete with waistcoat and trousers.The jacket is approximately a 38 inch chest with arm length from shoulder to bottom of sleeve 24 and a half inches, the waistcoat is approximately a 38 inch chest and the trousers are 32-33 inch waist and 28 inch inside leg. There is a small hole approximately 1 inch x a quarter inch on the upper front of trousers just below the crotch.
Officers mess dress complete with officers gold wire Commando qualification badge to top left sleeve. Lower sleeve features officers gold wire Divers badge for shallow water and Chief Engineer Royal Corps of Transport Fleet. Medal award loops and label to inside is named to P.J. Robyns and dated Camberley 1966. Robyns was Captain of the Ex WW2 Tank landing craft HMAV Audemer LCT (Landing Craft Tank) Mk 8 which had it's superstructure enlarged, to house extra staff when the vessel was converted to a Squadron HQ in 1961.The HMAV Audemer was also commanded by Captain Robyns when it took part in the Queens Silver Jubilee review in 1977. During the Cold War the Audemer was used as a transport ship to and from the rocket tracking station on Hirta, St Kilda, Scotland.
1970's British L13A1 Blank rounds in belt. 7.62 mm .182 rounds in total.Stamped RG for Radway Green an ordnance factory based in Cheshire that was set up in 1940 and is now part of BAE Systems and still producing rounds and small arms for the British Army .75 stamp for 1975.
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Multi piece panel stitched cotton construction with tunnel looped bunting for suspension rope with wooden tog.Bottom edge of flag is frayed from the effects of wind and weather.Size '38 Inches x 75 Inches
Issued by the Central Office of Information on behalf of the Department of Naval Recruiting.Large painted image of Marines by Robert Taylor.Additional assistance by the Imperial War Museum and National Maritime Museum. Some crease and minor tears to edges.Holes where drawing pins have been.Issued in 1981 .46 x 33 inches.Very rare poster.
Steel block wax seal with Intelligence Corp stamp and to reverse appears to be metal etched lines to the block for striking matches.Has metal chain for wearing round neck. Unsual item.
Molded bakelite container.Screw off top lid.These were early postwar and used by the Bundezgrenschutz in the early 50's (German Federal Border Control)
A good option for reenactors as almost identical to WW2 Third Reich ones.