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1939 dated MK11 helmet with the letter "HR" (Heavy Rescue) to front and rear. The helmet is in good used condition with some loss of black paint, lettering is clear again with some damage (see photos). The liner and strap are in sound used condition. Overall a good original helmet.
Scarce R.A.F double sided blood chit issued 1944 for Operation Frantic, the shuttle bombing of Germany by the RAF using the Soviet Union for refuelling and re-arming.
In good condition retaining good colour and has been folded for use in the issue plastic ID holder.
Unopened tin of Ministry of Food - National Household Dried Skimmed Milk. The still sealed tin contains its original contents is in good condition with some rust and fading to the tin (see photos). Scarce to find with original contents.
Britool 1/2 & 7/16 th spanner dated 1939 and Air Ministry marked. Unusual early RAF item in good used condition and clearly marked AM and dated.
Morse Key - Type F - 10A/7741 as used in the wireless operators station of the Lancaster and most R.A.F wartime bomber aircraft.
In as new unused condition.
Wings For Victory National Savings Campaign 1943 - certificate of honour awarded to Crymmych. A 270F/1/5 savings group.
The certificate measures approx. 28 x 23 cm is in well used condition, some heavy foxing and has been folded, however these certificate are getting hard to find and this example still displays well.
A.R.P - Air Raid Warden enamel sign measures approx. 23 x 8 cm in very good clean condition with just a small amount of damage to the enamel to the right hand edge (see photos).
Scarce book / album detailing the work done during the first world war by Ruston & Hornsby Ltd Engineers of Lincoln who manufactured Aeroplanes , Aero Engines,Bombs and Ammunition, Mines, Marine engines, Traction wagons etc. The album / book has approx 124 pages with hundreds of illustrations and is of outstanding quality. Overall in very good condition for its age with slight staining to the front cover.
Medal in its original makers box commemorating xxx corps final advance into Germany, reverse reads - 1944 - 1945 Normandy Mount Pincon Crossing Of The Siene Brussels and Antwerp the advance to Arnhem the Ardennes the Reichswald crossing of the Rhine final advance into Germany.
Bronze medal approx 50 mm dia in very good condition the original box is sound with wear marks.
Letter written on Headquarters British Army of the Rhine headed paper and dated 22/3/1946 to Major A.K Hay from Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery. The handwritten letter is personally signed by Montgomery of Alamein. Letter comes with its envelope.
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