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AUCTION ITEMS & NEW BOOK
I thought I'd quickly show you a small fraction of the rare items which will be going to auction in 2017. Of course, they will still be for sale up to the date I present them to the chosen Auction House.
This is a message for all past and future customers of Bombphoons. My new book/s will feature hundreds of pictures of the pieces I've sold over the years. I'd very much like to name the new owners of each item. If you would prefer not to be named in print do please let me know.
Code: 53656Price: On Request
BETWEEN 20 - 30% OFF EVERY SINGLE WEBSITE PRICE
The decision to dismantle my collection is one of the hardest I've ever had to take. However I've no intention of the process being a negative period. There's a lot of work ahead but I plan to take the positive out of providing you the opportunity to add some of the finest and rarest Aviation Memorabilia to your own collection.
To take advantage of the discounts on offer please email me at bombphoons@hotmail .com
Code: 53655Price: On Request
EXCEPTIONAL!! Sterling Silver WWI USAAS 93rd Aero Squadron Badge
This is an stunning example of the insignia of the American 93rd Aero Squadron.
The 93rd Aero Squadron was an Air Service, United States Army unit that fought on the Western Front during World War The Squadron was only active between 21 August 1917 – 31 March 1919, so this is one very rare piece of insignia.
Code: 53651Price: 450.00 GBP
RARE!! 1941 Pattern Mae West Inflation Lever & Fixing Ring
Perfect for completing the look of your 1941 Pattern Mae West.
Condition is excellent, the 'marks' are patination of the brass where the nickel plating has worn.
Check out Code; 53595 1941 Mae West Bladder. I will fit the lever etc. if purchased together.
Code; 53445 will show you these look when complete
Code: 53650Price: 265.00 GBP
MINT!! WWII Oxygen Mask Hose
In mint condition and with the correct Air Ministry stamped Mk IV Bayonet Fitting.
Suitable for all WWII RAF 'G' & 'H' Type Oxygen Masks
COMPLETE!! Creagh Osborne 1915 Radium Compass
This is one very, very rare Creagh Osborne Compass. My research has come up with Aeronautical & Maritime use. I also read of these being used in the very first British Army Tanks. Although how a magnetic compass would work inside a metal tank?
Code: 53648Price: 850.00 GBP
COMPLETE!! Creagh Osborne Pattern 259 WWI Cockpit Compass
This compass is a direct descendant of the 1915 type of Naval Compass shown above.
The Pattern 259 was patented in 1913 and used by the Royal Flying Corps from 1915 onwards. It soon became the primary Cockpit Compass of the Royal Flying Corps throughout WWI.
This example is in superb, complete condition. Ready for installation into your Instrument Panel or for solo display.
Code: 53647Price: 1400.00 GBP
GENUINE!! Metal & Enamel Airfield 'WARNING' Sign from 1954
In superb condition for an outdoor enamel sign.
Not known exactly which Airport this is from but regionally it is from the Liverpool/Blackpool area.
Measures 43cms x 28cms
Code: 53646Price: 350.00 GBP
Replica (Not Fake) 1920-1924 Canadian Air Force Pilot Wing - CAF Buttons in an original 'SCULLY' Box.
This early Canadian Air Force Wing was sold to me as an original wing, but after a few authentication enquiries I was informed it to be a "Replica"....notice I use the word "Replica" and not "Fake".
This Wing was never made to deceive. It is thought this Wing is one of a small number made in the 1960's for presentation/wear by early Canadian Air Force Pilots of the 20th Century. It is therefore a very rare Pilot Wing in its own right.
Multi-piece made, it replicates superbly the Pilot Wing of the 1920-1924 Canadian Air Force. I believe the Wing and CAF lettering to be in silver, and the Maple Leaf looks to have a copper finish.
I understand this replica Wing was presented to the CAF Veterans along with with a pair of original CAF buttons, so I have displayed this Wing in a similar fashion. I've even shown them in an original William Scully box.
Even though this is a replica, it's a rarity in its own right. Indeed I've never seen another example.
Code: 53645Price: 340.00 GBP
Group Captain J A Sproule DFC RCAF
The following pictures show Group Captain J A Sproule DFC RCAF as he escorts Prince Phillip on a Royal visit to CJATC Rivers in October, 1954.
Pathe News clips can also be seen of GC Sproule on this link;
This is the self same young Pilot Officer who flew his Armstrong Whitley over Germany on the very first RAF Raid of WWII.
So much more has been written about this extraordinary Gentleman. Indeed his own words can be found in his own publication; "437 Squadron History".
It's definitely worth researching deeper, an amazing individual.
Code: 53644Price: On Request
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