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Polaroid 1068 Goggle Kit.

Pre-war Polaroid goggles, complete set with all lenses, instruction pamphlet, and spare tip for the headstrap.
This is the first complete as purchased set, I have seen in a long time, Set includes 4 green anti glare lenses.
2 Amber lenses. 1 clear lens (1 fitted) The cloth envelope,(always missing!) and the spare metal tip for the headstrap, in case you have to cut any surplus from the back strap.
The frame is in very good condition, still supple, the chamois backing is in overall very good condition, some slight soiling, but does not detract, and some slight lifting of the chamois leather, to the lower edges of the frame.
The goggle strap is in excellent condition, with the elastic side adjusters, retaining excellent elasticity, the cotton strap is in very good condition, all stitching intact, and the buckles retain all of their factory grey paint finish..

As usual with the box for these kits, it has suffered from the ravages of time! the box has moisture damage to the cardboard inner body, which has slightly warped it, however the outer leatherette covering is in very good condition, with little or no loss to the finish, the snap closure works fine, the embossed logo to the front lid, has faded, but is still legible, the flock interior finish to the box, is in good order, as is the cotton wallet for the spare lenses.
Instruction book, is complete, with no rips, or tears.
An excellent Complete 1068 Goggle Kit.
S/N 189
price includes postage to UK mainland only.


Code: 50214

120.00 GBP

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A-10A USAF Summer Flying Helmet. & A-1 Visor.

Helmet is in very good used condition, with an overall slight soiling to the main body, but with no rips or tears to the fabric, velveteen covered webbing chinstrap is in good order, with quick release buckle, and press stud fittings in working order. The helmet visor has the name "Higgins" inked on it. the earcups have been modified with male snaps/press studs, to enable a Type A-1 visor to be fitted, both inner "doughnuts" are in very good condition, with no issues, the goggle straps and snaps are both in working order, and a pair of ANB-H-1 receivers, with wiring loom, have been fitted.
An A-1 Visor has been fitted to the helmet, it is in very good condition, with no rips/tears, both snaps are fine, the adjusting buckle, has some slight loss to the plating, other than that, it has no issues, An M-5/UR lip microphone completes the set up.
A very nice late war "rig" for the Pacific Theatre.
Postage is included for mainland UK only.

Code: 50213


Type A-9 Summer Flying Helmet.

USAAF A-9 flying helmet, helmet is in "combat used" condition, with an overall slight soiling to the cotton body, cotton body, is in very good condition, with no rips or tears to the body, the helmet has been "rigger" modified, with the fitting of two leather ear cups, for a pair of receivers to be fitted, and snap fasteners, to enable an oxygen mask to be used.
Leather chin strap is in very good condition, apart from some loss to the fleece covering. all hooks and goggle straps are present, and both rayon silk draw strings are present, fleece ear pads again, have some loss to the fleece, through usage, but overall are in good condition. press studs do have a build up of Verdigris, which would clean off if desired.
A pair of R-14 receivers, are installed, but are two different makers, (not unusual, if one failed, to only replace the faulty one) and complete with wiring loom, and fitted with a PL-54 plug.
A good combat used WWII helmet.
s/n 187

Code: 50212



First pattern Luftwaffe "droop tail eagle" aluminium belt buckle, buckle is in very good condition, with minor wear to the "high spots" on the buckle, but other than that, the pebbled finish is excellent, leather tab is maker marked ----------? Ludenscheid, and dated 1935,other side of the tab is stamped ---------? 1Komp.
Brown leather belt is stamped RUVO 751 Groupon?
on the tongue, belt is 31" in length, with a steel keeper.
Excellent Early Luftwaffe Belt and Buckle.
s/n 125
postage is included in the sale for U.K. only

Code: 50145


WWII U.S. Navy Aviators Garrison Cap.

WWII. U.S. Navy Garrison cap, in grey cotton twill material, cap is in very good condition, with some minor staining to the bottom l/hand edge.
Label reads.
under supervision.
7 3/8"
Owners name is ink stamped on inner band.
F.W. POTTER, in block style text.
And a service number? inked on the inner band, but I hard to make out.
A pair of cap size Aviator wings, in sterling silver have been applied, no maker mark, and a New Zealand made Major's oak leaf, (Lt. Commander) by Theo Meyer Auckland. in excellent condition.
price includes delivery to mainland U.K. only
head is not included in the sale.

This is an original WWII issue early war, grey Naval Officer’s overseas cap. The Naval grey uniforms were issued for only a short time, and thus grey uniforms items are always hard to find.
The Halsey Grey Uniform was only in use for 6 years from 1943, to 1949. Really only wore for 9 months in 1943.

S/N 186

Code: 50211

75.00 GBP

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US Navy/Marines Pilots Garrison Cap.

WWII U.S. Navy/Marines, Summer Garrison cap. Cap is in very good used condition, Size 7, and made by THE CORRECT CAP COMPANY. and dated 1942.
A pair of Aviators cap size wings/ Lt's Bar, have been applied, the wings are maker marked H&H v-20- 10k +sterling. and are in excellent condition, the Lt's "butter bar is marked "shold-r-form, and maker marked Mayer. and is in excellent condition.
Lovely WWII Aviators garrison cap, in excellent used condition.

In March, 1943, garrison caps were approved as an optional wear item in lieu of the peaked service cap. Garrison caps were approved for wear with officer's, warrant officer's, chief petty officer's, steward's, and cooks' service and working uniforms. Prior to this order garrison caps were authorized for the summer and winter working uniforms worn by officers, warrant officers, and chief petty officers who were designated as naval aviation pilots. Garrison caps were purchased by those authorized to wear them. Wear of the Garrison cap was permitted unless the combination cap was prescribed by the commanding officer.

postage is included in the price for mainland U.K. only.

Head is not included in the sale.

S/N 185

Code: 50210


WWII U.S. Airforce Ike Jacket & Trousers.

US Air Force Ike Jacket, in very good/excellent condition, with Sgt's stripes, Air force insignia, overseas service bars, and discharge insignia. ribbon bar, with Air Medal, with one oak leaf. WWII European-African Middle Eastern Campaign medal. and a pair of Vanguard N.Y. marked wings, in sterling silver? (not marked sterling )with 70 degree opening pin. U.S.& Air force collar insignia are one piece stamping, with clutch back fittings.
Jacket is a size 40R and made by the Sigmund Eisner CO. and dated 5/10/44. it has one cuff button missing from the r/hand sleeve, and the button for "latching" the collar closed is broken in half, other than that, the jacket is in a very good/excellent condition.
Trousers are in excellent condition, made by Oberman & Company size 33" waist & 33" leg, two slash front pockets, one ticket/fob pocket. two rear pockets, one open, and one button down, all six bracer buttons are present, the lining is very clean, with no staining, and full makers label.
Belt length is 42" and buckle is marked solid brass.
postage is included for mainland U.K. only

S/N 184

Code: 50209

150.00 GBP

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USAC A-1 Capeskin Flying Jacket.

Made by Willis & Geiger. N.Y. in capeskin leather, as per the originals, with quality cotton knits, and eight button frontal closure, chestnut coloured leather outer shell, with no issues, and 100% brown cotton lining, again with no issues, two front pockets, with button closure.
Jacket is in a 42" chest size, sleeve length 23" excluding the knits, bottom of collar to bottom edge of jacket, at the rear, 23" excluding waistband.
The knits do have a couple of small repairs, which can be seen in the photo's and are not really a cause for concern. absolutely stunning jacket.

The type A-1 Flight Jacket was standardized on November 27th 1927, being the predecessor of the now-famous type A-2 Flight Jacket. Synonymous with early aviation heroes, such as: Jimmy Doolittle, Ira Eaker and Carl Spaatz, it was the very first of the windcheater-type flying jackets outfitted with knitted waist and cuffs, and a design that was to set the basic outline for flying jacket styling to this day.

Capeskin is, basically, sheepskin - the same leather that was used to make the B-3 and B-6 Flight Jackets - the only real difference between capeskin and sheepskin is that Cape is a particular breed derived from Africa and noted for its fine quality and smooth texture, making it perfect for hair-off leather garments. But as a reproduction flying jacket wearer of today, please do not be put off by the notion that capeskin is inherently less durable than, say, horsehide. Capeskin is perfectly acceptable for the kind of daily use the average person would plan to give their jacket. label reads.
price includes postage to mainland U.K. only

S/N 183

Code: 50208

350.00 GBP

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G-1 US Navy/ Marines Flying Jacket.

Made by U.S. Wings, Circa 2011- I presume for the Centennial birth of the US Navy Aviators Branch. no longer available, cut from Goatskin, with real mouton fur collar, quality cotton single ply waistband, and cuffs, heavy brass zipper, storm flap punched with U.S.N. and inner map pocket, outer shell is in excellent condition, with no issues, waistband & cuffs, again have no issues.
The lining is in gold cotton, with a fantastic woven set of U.S. Aviators wings depicted in gold thread, and the Navy Flyer's "creed" printed in black type.
Jacket size is a 44" Chest, "23 shoulder to bottom of sleeve, excluding the cuffs, and 22-1/2" rear of collar to bottom edge of the jacket, excluding the waist band.
Lovely G-1 Jacket, for display or to wear, and long sold out.
price includes postage to U.K. mainland only.

S/N 182

Code: 50207

250.00 GBP

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USAF A-14 oxygen mask.

A-14 Oxygen mask, in very good condition, the main body and tube are in excellent supple condition, with no issues, the mask is dated, 9?/44 (the month is hard to make out) fitted with an ANB-MC-1 microphone, with anti- moisture cover intact, cotton straps and buckles are complete, and in good order, the only issue is the rubber straps, which have been repaired in two place, but the mask does display well. in a size small.

postage is included for mainland U.K. only.

S/N 181

Code: 50206


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