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A decal for 439 (F) Squadron of 1(F) Wing France.
A baseball hat with a crest on the front that says "Western Warbirds - Harvard" plus a picture of a Harvard aircraft also on the crest.
A framed lithograph of a Consolidated Vultee Canso with a green painted background. The aircraft's registration numbers are CF-CRV. The original painting was by Banks. The painting is in a oak frame that measures 17 1/4 inches wide by 13 inches high.
A commemorative plate with the following inscription on the back:
"To Commemorate The 40th Anniversary of the Ending of the Second World War"
Fine Bone China - Coalport - Made in England Est. 1750
This reproduction of an original painting commissioned by Coalport from Frank Wooton G.Av.A., depicts a Lancaster, Hurricane and Spitfire as representative of all the aircraft which flew between 1939 and 1945.
Air Marshal Sir Harold Martin KCB DSO* DFC** AFC
Air Vice-Marshal J E Johnson CB CBE DSO** DFC* DL
Wing Commander R R Stanford-Tuck DSO DFC** DFC(USA)
The facsimile signatures above are of three famous wartime pilots.
Plate # 321
In a limited edition of 15,000
There is no Certificate of Authenticity with this plate.
A white coffee mug with a colour RCAF crest on it. The coffee mug has gold rim on it.
A black and white photograph of a group of airmen on course at the Army School of Physical Training in Aldershot , UK , in 1943. Photo is in a wooden frame measuring 11 3/4 inches wide by 10 inches in height.
A black and white photograph of the RCASC (Royal Canadian Army Service Corp), 1 Canadian ASCRU C.A. (O) Instructional Staff on January 1944 in Aldershot, UK. Photo is in a wooden frame measuring 14 1/2 inches wide by 11 3/4 inches in height.
A German Army Close Combat Clasp from the Second World War. The criteria for the award, were combat days to be counted from 1.12.42 were to have been engaged in hand to hand combat when supported by amour. The silver bar, which we have, required 30 days of close combat which could be reduced to 20 days if wounded.
A silver metal clipboard with flight instructions taped to it. The clipboard measures 14 inches wide by 9 inches high.
A black and white photograph of Fred Bone taken in November of 1940.