of RAAF Memorabilia
H196. An officer’s service dress cap named to Dalton under the peak with a bullion cap badge. The cap is lined with a black quilted material sewn in a diamond pattern and has a green underside to the peak. The sweatband has a very faint MTX stamp and the chinstrap is held in place by 2 plastic RAAF buttons.
H197. An unnamed Warrant Officer’s service dress cap with a brass badge. The cap is lined with a grey quilted material sewn in a diamond pattern and has a large Truform label attached to the crown. It has a grey leather sweatband and a blue cloth underside to the peak, the leather chinstrap is held in place by 2 metal buttons.
H264. A WAAAF ranks service dress cap with an oxidised metal cap badge. The cap is lined with a black cloth and has a green underside to the peak. The cap was made by V306 and has 91585? written on the sweatband, May Marion Warland. May enlisted on 23 Oct 1941 at Adelaide and discharged on 6 Dec 1945 from RAAF Headquarters (D/CAS)
Your collection and variety of artifacts is outstanding!
Have you ever seen an RAAF officer wedge cap eagle and crown maker marked Scully Ltd Montreal??
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.