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An. unissued example bearing its original label and 1942 inspector's date letter code O
An excellent South African-made example retaining its original cap badge and corps backing
An original example of these pouches commonly associated with Paratroops. This example is unissued though requires a repair to the closure strap which has been cut
The German View of Market-Garden and the Battle of Arnhem September 1944. A highly regarded history
A very fine example of the RFC / RAF (Sterling) Transmitter No 1 as used on British military aircraft primarily for artillery spotting communication. These wireless telegraphy instruments were first used by the RFC during the battle of Neuve Chapelle in March 1915. It comprises a lightweight spark gap transmitter assembled into a gas-tight box, the transmitter and Morse key being totally enclosed to prevent the spark igniting petrol vapour in the cockpit. They were generally mounted on a tray on the side of an aircraft's fuselage.
Approx 7 feet long. Email to enquire over delivery costs.
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