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ITEM No. 869.  SMALL CHROMED SPITFIRE.  Wingspan 36 mm. Has two pins on reverse side with clasps for mounting on clothing etc.  Great to display on your jacket or jersey when attending those aviation events or dinners.  Would make a great birthday gift. THREE available.  NZ$15.00. ALL SOLD!
ITEM No. 243. RARE WWII LUFTWAFFE AIRCRAFT MASTER COMPASS. As far as I have been able to determine, this Patin master compass was fitted to Luftwaffe aircraft such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter and Messerschmitt Bf 110, Junkers Ju 88, and Heinkel He 111 bombers. As such, this type of compass would have been used in aircraft that flew in the Battle of Britain against fighters such as the Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane. On top of the compass are the words "A-Einstellung" and "Flugrichtung" with a scale going to +/- 10. There are two plates. One reads: "MutterkompaB. Bauart. Patin. PFK-m. Gerat Nr. 127-110 A-2. Werk Nr. 26174. Anforderz. Fl 23331. Hersteller. PATIN." A second plate reads: "Achtung. Nur Stecker mit eisenfreien Kontaktplatten Fl 23332-2 verwenden." The compass is in overall good condition with minor surface corrosion in a few places (see photos). The only other example I have seen for sale was listed on the web for £275.00 (about US$485.00). NZ$220.00  SOLD!
ITEM No. 1015. UNKNOWN AMERICAN INSTRUMENT PANEL. Some of the gauges have US Navy on them. Also, some of the instruments are of a type used in the late 1930s for early 1940s. Similar to that fitted to  PT-19. NZ$500.00  SOLD!
ITEM No. 773.  RAF WWII SPITFIRE AIRCRAFT G45 GUN CAMERA. The G45 gun camera was used throughout WWII by British fighter units and armament schools from 1939 onwards (including by the RNZAF). It was designed and manufactured by the Williamson company of London and Reading and was developed from the G42B. It used 16 mm orthochromatic film supplied in 25 ft lengths with a frame speed of 16, 18 or 20 per second, these corresponding to the rates of fire of the Lewis, Vickers K and Browning machine guns. The G45 was fitted as standard on Fighter Command aircraft (Spitfire and Hurricanes). It was controlled by an electrical switch operated by the gun-firing pneumatic system. On this camera, the side panel states: Camera Type G.45 24 Volts Ref. No. 14A/1390. AM, Serial No. S11471, Patent Applied For". Lens has following: Short Lens Type G.45 Ref. No. 14 A/1399 Serial No. M114721" and is painted black. Reference number of "14" was used by Air Ministry for all aircraft photographic equipment. Lens has heater element installed (this can be removed by pulling out after removing glass cover). On top is formica plate with "24 Volts" written on it. On right side is a modification plate and "D18" has been engraved on it. Magazine included which states "Magazine Type G45 Ref. No. 14/1393 Serial No. 20911 Williamson Mfg. Co. Ltd. London & Reading". On inside of side door is "Ref. No. 14A/1441". Small port has "14A/1409" on it.   NZ$245.00  SOLD!
ITEM NO. 144.  EX-RNZAF WWII AIRCRAFT PROPELLER CLOCK. Circa 1940. Propeller hub is from an ex-RNZAF Airspeed Oxford, which has been cut in half lengthwise. Attachment holes have been plugged with mahogany.  Date of clock is unknown model but has "Mercedes" on the dial and is made in Germany. Face is glass with silver plated surround. Clock is working and keeps good time.  Its got a great tick too.  I’ve had this on my office wall for ten years but I need the space to display another item.  Please view my other aviation/aircraft listings.  NZ$195.00  SOLD!
ITEM NO. 867.  AN ORIGINAL AIR CREW EUROPE STAR.  This example is guaranteed 100% authentic.  The Air Crew Europe Star was granted for operational flying from United Kingdom bases over Europe (including the United Kingdom) from the 3rd September, 1939, to the 5th June, 1944 (inclusive) and is the rarest of the WWII campaign medals.  Partly because of the high mortality rate of personnel eligible for this medal, it is the most sought after WWII campaign medal by collectors.  NZ$395.00 Free postage within New Zealand. SOLD!
ITEM No. 829. BRASS WALL PLAQUE OF JOHNNIE JOHNSON'S SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE Mk IX JE-J EN398.  This brass plate has been mounted on a 9 mm custom wood base with the edges carefully painted black.  Measures 266 mm x 125 mm.  This is in "as new" condition and comes with the original packaging.  It was made in New Zealand by Scalecraft Models and are no longer in production.  A rare opportunity to purchase one of these brass plaques with the original packaging.  One only. NZ$65.00 + P&P SOLD!
ITEM No. 830. BRASS WALL PLAQUE OF THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN MEMORIAL FLIGHT HAWKER HURRICANE DT-A V6962.  This brass plate has been mounted on a 9 mm custom wood base with the edges carefully painted black.  Measures 266 mm x 125 mm.  This is in "as new" condition and comes with the original packaging.  It was made in New Zealand by Scalecraft Models and are no longer in production.  A rare opportunity to purchase one of these brass plaques with the original packaging.  One only. NZ$65.00 + P&P  SOLD!
ITEM No. 748  CHROMED MODEL AIRSPEED OXFORD.  Circa 1940. Chromed brass. Wingspan 240mm. Length 160mm. Complete with two propellers and mounted on black enamel painted wood base.  It is unusual to get an Airspeed Oxford model complete with both propeller, most being finished without.  NZ$149.00 + P&P  SOLD!
ITEM No. 24  CHROMED AIRSPEED OXFORD MODEL. Circa 1940. Chromed brass. Wingspan 240mm. Length 160mm. Number "089" stamped on underside. Very high quality. No propellers. Hole in fuselage to fit support stand. NZ$129.00 + P&P  SOLD!


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