of RAAF Memorabilia
E065. A rubber stamp Kangaroo over Boomarang with 81 Fighter Wing over P51 Mustang over 76 Fighter Squadron.
E065. Base of stamp.
E070. A RAAF Crystal Unit in box of issue, Ident Y110XN.
E072. A blue and white diamond pattern bedspread with the RAAF badge made in England.
E073. A blue and white diamond pattern bedspread with the RAAF badge made by National Textiles 1993.
E074. A green and gold lanyard for 36 Squadron.
E075. A circuit card from the RAAF School of Radio marked Advanced Soldering Practice.
E098. A pair of RAAF issue sunglasses in a soft case. Marked Made Especially for U.S. Optics.
E099. A pair of RAAF issue sunglasses.
E100. A pair of size 1 ear protectors in container made by Industrial Plastics Limited. AID 39 inspection stamp.
E101. A radio valve marked VR-91 R.A.F. Ref. No 110E/711.
E101. A Canadian made radio valve.
E101. A WW2 era radio valve.
E109. A small cargo parachute number 22.
E110. A fibre switch plate for an aircraft.
E121. A galvanised iron tin marked Kodak Bromide Star Glossy and stamped R.A.A.F. F3/115 NOV 1946.
E121. Close up of label.
E127. A gold bullion and light blue sword knot.
E128. A grey woollen blanket with 3 blue stripes made by V529 and stencilled RAAF.
E128. Makers label.
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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