of RAAF Memorabilia
E155. An open end spanner marked Chrome Vanadium, RAAF size 4BA & 6BA
E160. An open end spanner marked Chrome Vanadium, RAAF size 2BA & 4BA.
E165. A King Dick brand shifting spanner marked 1939 A arrow F.
E169. An open end spanner marked Chrome Vanadium, RAAF size 2BA & 4BA.
E171. A voltmeter in a wooden case marked Portabe Sub Standard Voltmeter No 7348, Type PD500-1000VBSS, date 15-5-45. RAAF G6C/3728.
E171. Calibration chart.
E203. A green painted fire axe rated to 20.000 volts and stamped RP4 on the head.
E203. 20.000V on handle.
E204. A RAAF fire axe made by Gregsteel.
E204. Brand and E190584 on axe.
E209. A pair of wooden shoe lasts stamped RAAF and BALCO in a map of Australia.
E220. A metal square stamped RAAF.
E245. A large spanner stamped Gregory Steel Products on one side and AUST Bomb Disposal No 5 RAAF on the other.
E245. Markings on side.
E245. Makers mark.
E255. An offset open end spanner stamped A arrow F and 0BA & 1BA.
E256. An offset open end spanner stamped A arrow F and 6BA.
E260. A die for the Women’s Air Training Corps badge, stamped B532.
E260. Writing on side.
E270. An offset open end spanner stamped A arrow F and 15/64 & 13/64.
02.11 | 07:44
Kelly, Yes, I am always adding to my collection.
02.11 | 07:21
Hello I am wondering if you are adding to your collection of cuff links. I have some eagle and crown gold ones I came across today at a thrift store. Your museum has been great to learn from.
15.09 | 10:37
Lucy, Thank you very much, I have amended my website. Regards, Lindsay.
15.09 | 10:04
PI186. W. J. SANDERCOCK 417420 R.A.A.F. was not discharged on 11/1/1945 - he was shot down over Norway.
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