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Maker: UnknownOpaque plastic notice with the words 'BULLETS NOSE OUTWARDS BELT ROUGH SIDE UP' etched in black text measuring 4mm high. The two left hand corners show signs of small retaining screw holes. The right ...
Maker: UnknownBlack metal Avdel clip with GA 1 stamped on the exterior of the clip.
Maker: Metropolitan-Vickers LtdFour engined heavy bomber. This example, serial number W4783, was originally powered by four Rolls-Royce Merlin XX 12 cylinder liquid-cooled engines, with a single stage centrifugal supercharger, but ...
TechnologyBlack bakelite button unit of 30mm diameter (Air Ministry stores reference 5C/844) mounted on a small aluminium plate with one mounting hole, joined to a 5-pin plug (stores reference 5D/519) by an ele...
TechnologyLow-slung, four wheeled trolley consisting of a central pole to which are attached bomb cradles. Suitable for transporting two bombs of up to 1,000 pounds each. The front wheels are steerable.
TechnologyThe Browning Model 1910 pistol is a single action, blowback operated semi automatic pistol. The recoil spring is located around the barrel. The trigger is of single action type and the gun is striker ...
Maker: UnknownPair of black rubber spinner plugs with painted red Nazi German swastikas just visible under the yellow and black surface. Each swastika measures 45mm height by 45mm width.
Maker: UnknownTwo pieces of green painted wood, both have five 5mm holes drilled through them.
TechnologyDark green aerial bomb complete with tail fin assembly.Tail No 13 Mk 1 (Australian) with tail cylinder attached to the ends of the vanes.