RAF 72 Squadron Heading Home General Greetings Card
"RAF 72 Squadron Heading Home" General Greetings Card This greetings card commemorates the valliant effort of the RAF's 72 Squadron who flew Spitfires during World War II. 72 Squadron and their Supermarine Mk I Spitfires were initially involved with air defence and in protecting convoys of boats but in May 1940 they went to assist in Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of Dunkirk in northern France.…
Aeroplane Cufflinks Silver coloured, cufflinks in the shape of an aeroplane. These cufflinks are supplied in an attractive gift box.
Avro Lancaster Figurine
RAF Avro Lancaster Figurine This is a model of the famous World War II bomber aeroplane, the Avro Lancaster. It has been made from polyresin and produced by the Harvey Makin Collection in conjunction with the Imperial War Museum. Size: 55 x 240 x 360 mm Weight: 0.42 Kg The model comes fully finished. It is not a toy and is not suitable for outdoor use.
Bi-planes Birthday Card
Bi-planes Birthday Card A general birthday card with pictures of classic biplanes, both inside and out. The wording inside the card is: "Sent with love". Size: 155 x 155 mm
Covert Arrival general greetings card
"Covert Arrival" general greetings card The Westland Lysander had various roles during World War II but was ideally suited to clandestine sorties in and out of France between 1941 and 1944. RAF Tangmere, just up the road from Bognor Regis, saw many Lysander missions for the SOE, the Special Operations Executive. From Tangmere, agents were flown into and out of France on the Lysander, which could…
Drinks Mat - Flying with the RAF
RAF Drinks Coaster A vintage-style coaster with a picture of two airmen beside their plane and the words "Flying with the RAF". Size: 10 cm x 10 cm x 0.5 cm Cork backed.
Vulcan over Lincoln Greetings Card
Avro Vulcan Greetings Card The Avro Vulcan, later to be known as the Hawker Siddeley Vulcan, was an RAF strategic bomber which was operational between the 1950s and the 1980s. The Vulcans saw combat during the Falklands War in 1982. The last one ever to fly was in October 2015, perhaps as we see here on this greetings card, flying over Lincoln with the cathedral clearly in sight below. Size: 175…