C80a

C80a


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20 Sept 80 BFPS 1718 Open Day RAF C oltishall Special Postmark 40th Anniv Battle of Britain RAF Coltishall RAF Miniature Sheet. Hurricane & Spitfire. Flown in Jaguar from RAF Coltishall

C80b

C80b


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20 Sept 80 BFPS 1718 Open Day RAF C oltishall Special Postmark 40th Anniv Battle of Britain RAF Coltishall RAF Miniature Sheet. Hurricane & Spitfire. Flown in Jaguars,Sea King from RAF Coltishall Signed 4 different pilot who flew the cover representing the Squadrons based at RAF Coltishall

C80aH

C80aH


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Personally Signed by S V Holloway 25 Sqn Battle of Britain Pilot, Details enclosed.

C81b

C81b


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20 Sept 80 BFPS 1719 RAF Biggin Hill pmk.RAF Miniature Sheet. Hurricane & Spitfire. Flown in Spitfire Cachet
Flown from RAF Coningsby where the Battle of Britain memorial flight is based, to RAF Bigin Hill via North Weald in Spitfire MK 19 PS 853. Pilot signed.

C81c

C81c


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Signed by Most Reverend & Right Honourable.R.A.C.Runcie,
He earned a commission in the Scots Guards during World War II, serving as a tank commander and earning the Military Cross for two feats of bravery in March 1945: he rescued one of his men from a crippled tank under heavy enemy fire, and the next day took his own tank into an exceptionally exposed position in order to knock out three anti-tank guns. As a result, he is unique among modern Archbishops of Canterbury in having killed fellow human beings. In May 1945, he was among the first British troops to enter Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.Certified Copy of 1000

C81a16

C81a16


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20 Sept 80 BFPS 1719 40th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain. Flown in Spitfire Signed by 16 members of RAF Museum Cover Fund committee. few issued.

C82c

C82c


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4 Oct 80 BFPS 1720 Granting of the freedom of entry into Bromley. RAF Biggin Hill.Personally Signed by Gp Capt Sir Douglas Bader, the legless Fighter pilot CO 242 Hurricane Squadron during the Battle of Britain,shot down in 1941 and taken prisoner, escaped was recaptured and sent to Oflag 7c Colditz Castle until released by the US Army in 1945, and Signed by James Edgar ( Johnnie ) Johnson Pilot Officer - Pilot Decorations DFC* DSO** CBE CB Squadrons 616 19 127 Wing 125 Wing .38 Enemy aircraft destroyed.He received the DFC ( US) the order of Leopold & the C de G ( Belg).He served in the USAF and Korea in 1950.He retired on March 15 1966 as a Air Vice Marshal and Signed by Wg Cdr Stanford Tuck who was OC 257 Squadron during the Battle of Britain and credited with 18 and Sqn Ldr J.H.Lacey DFM WW11 Fighter Ace with 28 victories and Battle of Britain and Group Captain John Cunningham was a 604 Sqn Battle of Britain Pilot & became CO of 85 Sqn equipped with Mosquito Night Fighters. He became one of the leading night fighter pilots, was credited with 20 victories & earned the name Cats Eyes.Certified Copy no of 1000. Signed by W S O Randle . WW11 Wellington Pilot

C82a10

C82a10


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40th Anniv Battle of Britain Signed by 10 Pilots, Crew, RAAF involved in the Battle of Britain.
4 Oct 80 BFPS 1720 40th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Signed by 10 40th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain miniature sheet of Hurricane & Spitfire. Flown in Hurricane Cover
Personally Signed by 10 Pilots, Crew, RAAF involved in the Battle of Britain
Alan W Gear 32 Hurricane Sqn, Battle of Britain fighter pilot
Sqn Ldr G Leggett 615, 245 & 46 Battle of Britain fighter pilot
Sqn Ldr J G P Millard Nos 1 & 242 Squadrons Battle of Britain fighter pilot.
Flying Officer T M Kane Pilot Battle of Britain with 234 Sqn. His spitfire crashed into the Channel off the French coast. He baled out was picked up by Germans but before being shot down he destroyed a BF109
Plt Off Peter Ayerst who achieved confirmed victories in the Battle of Britain and not eligible for the Battle of Britain Clasp,
Trevor Gray 64 Sqn Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot
Donald Jack 602 Sqn fighter pilot Battle of Britain.
R.L.Jones 64 & 19 Sqns Battle of Britain Fighter pilot.
Elizabeth Mortimer MM awarded the Military Medal one of 3 to be awarded at Biggin Hill during 1940 to WAAF's.For courage and coolness in carrying out her duties even after being told by an Officer to leave the area as it was too dangerous for her to carry on.
Corporal Elspeth Green (Henderson) was also awarded the Military Medal for courage in the carrying out of her duties beyond the call.

C82b15

C82b15


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40th Anniv Battle of Britain Signed by 15 Pilots, Crew, involved in the Battle of Britain.
20 Sep 1980- BFPS1719 Last Reunion of Biggin Hill Veterans Special Postmark 40th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain miniature sheet of Hurricane & Spitfire. Flown in Hurricane Personally Signed by 15 Pilots, Crew, involved in the Battle of Britain
G W Benn 219 Sqn Air Gunner Battle of Britain
Sgt. John Keatings, air gunner, 219 Sqn., Battle of Britain.
Plt Off Peter Ayerst who achieved confirmed victories in the Battle of Britain and not eligible for the Battle of Britain Clasp
Richard Haine No 25(F) Sqn 4 Sep 1939 First Blenheim fighter patrol of War. Also 600 Sqn Battle of Britain pilot
Alan W Gear 32 Hurricane Sqn, Battle of Britain fighter pilot
H Bowen Morris 92 Sqn Pilot Battle of Britain Died 1991
A G Russell 43 & 145 Squadrons Battle of Britain fighter. Joined 43 Squadron at Usworth 28 th September 1940.
Wg Cdr D G S R Cox DFC, 19 Sqn, RAF Duxford, Battle of Britain and WWII Ace
Sqn Ldr J G P Millard Nos 1 & 242 Squadrons Battle of Britain fighter pilot.
Gp Capt F.R.Carey CBE DFC AFC DFM. Sgt Carey of 43 Sqn at Tangmere until April 1940. Awarded DFM 1st March 1940 and commissioned .Then with No3 Sqn at Kenley from April 1940, in France to return wounded early 1940. Flight Commander No 43 Sqn Kenley from June until November 1940. Battle of Britain fighter pilot. Benham
J A A Gibson 501 Sqn New Zealander Ace with 12 Victories in Hurricane . Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot
A Ingle 605 Sqn Battle of Britain & WW11 Ace. Shoot down POW Stalag Luft 111
Gp Capt G H Westlake 213 SQn WW11 Ace Called up on 1st September 1939, Westlake completed his training and was posted as a flying instructor, firstly at 9 EFTS, Ansty and later 3 FTS, South Cerney. He was commissioned on August 31 1940 and arrived at 6 OUT, Sutton Bridge.After converting to Hurricanes, Westlake was posted to 43 Squadron at Usworth on 21 September 1940 . He moved to 213 Sqn at Tangmere on the 29th and he claimed a BF 109 destoyed on 15th November 1940 . Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot
E B B Smith 610 Sqn Pilot Battle of Britain. WW11 Ace
W H Hodds 25 Sqn Air Crew Battle of Britain in Bristol Blenheim.

C82b4

C82b4


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As C82b but Signed by 4 Battle of Britain Pilots J A A Gibson 501 Sqn, John Booth 600 & 23 Sqdn's Ken Edwards 600 Sqn PoW Stalag Luft 111 inmate help carry the wooden Horse and joined the Gymnasium Donald J Anderson 29 Sqn.

C83

C83


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15 Dec 1980 BFPS 1722 1st Flight of last Sopwith strutter.Flown in the last Spowith 1 1/2 Strutter.

C84

C84


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28th May 1981 BFPS 1736 The Royal Air Force Mountaineering Assn Expedition to Masherbrum. Black flown cachet Flown in Hercules XV 222 of 30 Sqn From Lyneham-Akrotiri-Bahrain-Rawalpindi , Hercules XV 182 Rawalpindi - Bahrain - Athens - Lyneham. Personally Signed 8 members of the team
Sqn Ldr E Thomas, Lt S Whipple, Doctor D Gray, T Rogers, Gp Capt B Honey, Chief Tech R Fountain, Sgt N Taylor and Cpl T Moore.

C85a

C85a


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25th Oct 1980 BFPS 3484 25th Anniv of RAF Akrotiri Flown in Whirlwing from 84 Sqn

C85b

C85b


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25th Oct 1980 BFPS 3484 25th Anniv of RAF Akrotiri Flown in Whirlwing from 84 Sqn Pilot & Driver signed

C85c

C85c


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Special Signed.Air Chief Marshal Sir J.Stacey

C86a

C86a


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16th May 1981 BFPS 2938 Biggin Hill Air fair. Britains Record Breakers Flown in Lockheed and dropped during a practice display by the Falcons .

C86b

C86b


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16th May 1981 BFPS 2938 Biggin Hill Air fair. Britains Record Breakers Flown in Lockheed and dropped during a practice display by the Falcons Personally Signed by two RAF Falcons Parachute team Sgt Webb and Sgt Wood who carried the covers

C86c

C86c


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FDC World Record Breakers Signed Chisholm & Nott
16th May 1981 BFPS 2938 Biggin Hill International Air Fair and Britains Record Breakers.Cover depicts Britains Record Breakers miniature sheet MS1 which depicts Gloster Meteor F4 World Absolute Speed Record of 615.81 mph on 7 September 1946, the De Havilland Comet 1. Worlds First Turbojet Passenger Service on 2 May 1952, the Fairey Delta 2 World Absolute Speed Record of 1131.76 mph on 10th March 1956 and the BAC Aerospatiale Concorde with Worlds First Supersonic Commercial Passenger Aircraft to Operate Regular Scheduled Services.Flown in 70 Sqn Hercules 1 XV212 from RAF Brize Norton by Flt Lt Murfitt and delivered by parachutists at RAF Brize Norton by 1 Parachute Training School RAF Abingdons Falcons Team Members. Reflown in Jodel D117 G BDIH from North Moreton Oxford to open Biggin Hill International Air Fair on 16 May 1981 by Judy Chisholm and Julian Nott. Personally Signed by Judy Chisholm who flew from England to Australia solo on 18 to 22 November 1980 in 83 hours 36 seconds breaking Amy Johnsons time and setting a new World Recond and Julian Nott Hot Air Balloonist and holder of 5 World and 4 British Balloon Altitude and distance Records.Backstamped North Moreton 16 May 1981. Certified Copy of 992 signed . Details enclosed and photo of Judy Chisholm and Julian Nott

C86c5

C86c5


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As C86c but also signed by Oberleutnant Ulrich Steinhilper, I/JG52 German veteran of 150 combat mission against the RAF during the Battle of Britain, he crash landed a new Me 109 and was captured. Ship to POW Camp 30 in Canada Details enclosed.R L Jones 64 & 19 Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilotAlan W Gear DFC 32 Hurricane Sqn, Battle of Britain fighter pilot.Avis Hearn awarded M M for Bravery during Battle of Britain whilst under stuka attack on poling radar station Aug 1940 Kenneth William MacKenzie Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot WW11 Ace. MacKenzie was hit by heavy flak from the ground defences and ditched in the sea. He took to his dinghy, paddled to the shore and was captured. He was in various camps before finishing up at Stalag Luft 111, Sagan.And helped with the Wooden Horse.Commander Daniel R Rehm JR USN Started flying combat aboard the USS Bataan with the invasion of Hollandia New Guinea in April 1944. 1st victory was a triple in June 1944. Total victories 13 and 5 destroyed on the ground.

C87a

C87a


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23rd June 1981 BFPS 1748 Royal Star of Garter Home flown in Westland Whirlwind

C87b

C87b


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23rd June 1981 BFPS 1748 Royal Star of Garter Home flown in Westland Whirlwind Signed crew .

C87c

C87c


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Royal Star & Garter Home Signed MRAF Spotswood & Hankins
23rd June 1981 BFPS 1748 The Royal Star and Garter Home Special Postmark. The Royal Star and Garter Home for disabled Sailors, Soldiers & Airmen. Taxi Outing & Solo Wheelchair Sortie to Worthing 23 June 1981. Yellow flown cachet Flown from Headquarters British Forces Post Office to The Royal Star and Garter Home, Richmond Upon Thames in Westland Whirlwind . Then carried by hand propelled Wheelchair from Richmond Park via Kingston, Leatherhead, South Holmwood, Capel, Kingsfold,Washington,Findon, Salvington to Worthing Town Hall. Where it was driven past Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent who took the salute from the members of the Royal Star and Garter Home. Personally Signed by Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Denis Spotswood GCB, CBE, DSO DFC Chairman of the Governors After leaving Kingston Grammar School, he worked as journalist on the London Evening Standard for three years learning to fly at Reading in his spare time. As a result of this experience he decided to join the RAF in 1936 on a short service commission. He became a General Reconnaissance pilot with No 201 Sqn, at that time flying Saro London I's from Calshot. However in September 1938, at the height of the Munich Crisis, the squadron moved to it's war station at Invergordon, returning a month later. His time with 201 was coming to an end and in 1939 he moved to No 209 Squadron, flying Stranraers which shortly afterwards, in December 1939, was re-equipped with Lerwicks, although Stranraers remained until April 1940. The Lerwick proved to severely underpowered and on 7 January 1941, whilst taking off in L7262 (WQ-Q) he dropped a wing following which the aircraft bounced and then sank, trapping the crew inside. All but two of the crew managed to escape. The Lerwicks were eventually relegated to training duties, but 209 and Denis Spotswood soldiered on with them until May 1941.
Sent to Canada to ferry over a Catalina, with which his squadron was to be re-equipped, he was instead given a Lockheed Hudson to bring over and as a result found himself an instructor on this type and a land based pilot from that moment. As Squadron Commander of No 500 Sqn operating in the Mediterranean he attacked the U595 just north of Oran and had to break off the battle when his aircraft was damaged by flak from the U-boat. However further attacks by aircraft of his squadron resulted in the U595 running aground.
Returning to the UK in early 1943, he was able to utilise his experience of anti-U-boat tactics in the Directorate of Air Tactics at the Air Ministry. After attending the RAF Staff College, he was sent out to the Far East arriving in India in early 1944, where he the Supreme Commander's planning staff, remaining in post into 1946. As well as gaining both the DFC and DSO, he holds the US Legion of Merit and was 'Mentioned in Despatches' twice. Also Signed by Charles Hankins The Black Watch ( Royal Highland Regiment ) Charlie who lost both legs, was wounded in the chest and blinded in one eye in action with the Black Watch in North Africa in the last war, has kept himself at a level of fitness that would shame many a man of half his age. . Instead of riding in one of the taxis on 23rd June, to propel himself in a specially adapted hand - operated wheelchair, the whole 56 miles from the Home at Richmond to the Sea front at Worthing, where his comrades will be waiting to welcome him. The money raised by sponsorship of his gallant journey by various wellwishes and friends of the home, including Richmond schoolchildren, will go by Charlie's own wish, to the Home itself, to the Westminster Hospital Chest Unit, and to the appeal for hydrotherapy pool for the new Strathmore School for Handicapped Children in Ham. Certified Copy No 0580 of 1190 Signed

C87d4

C87d4


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C87d Royal Star & Garter Home Then Re - carried John O'Groats to Land's End
23rd June 1981 BFPS 1748 The Royal Star and Garter Home Special Postmark. The Royal Star and Garter Home for disabled Sailors, Soldiers & Airmen. Taxi Outing & Solo Wheelchair Sortie to Worthing 23 June 1981. Blue flown cachet Flown from Headquarters British Forces Post Office to The Royal Star and Garter Home, Richmond Upon Thames in Westland Whirlwind . Then carried by Taxi from Richmond Park to Worthing where her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent who took the salute from the members of the Royal Star and Garter Home. Then added red Cachet John O Groats to Lands End Carried alongside Charlie Hankins on his Eric Self propelled Drive John O'Groats, Inverness, Perth,Edinburgh,Carlise,Kendal,Morecambe,Blackpool,Southport,Liverpool,Shrewsbury,Ludlow,Hereford,Cheltenham,Bath,Taunton,Exeter,Torquay,Paignton,Plymouth,Truro,Penzance - Land's End.
Personally Signed by
Simon Weston OBE is a veteran of the British Army who became well known throughout the United Kingdom for his recovery and charity work after suffering severe burn injuries during the Falklands War.On 9 June 1982, he was boarded with other members of his regiment on RFA Sir Galahad in Port Pleasant near Fitzroy, just off the Falkland Islands. It was bombed and set on fire by the Argentine Skyhawk fighters during the Bluff Cove Air Attacks. His ship was carrying ammunition as well as phosphoric bombs and thousands of gallons of diesel and petrol, Out of his platoon of 30 men, 22 were killed. The Welsh Guards lost a total of 48 men killed and 97 wounded aboard the Sir Galahad. Weston survived with 46% burns, following which his face was barely recognizable:
W H Hodds 25 Sqn Air Crew Battle of Britain in Bristol Blenheim.
John Keatings Air Gunner with 219 Sqn Battle of Britain.
Trevor Gray 64 Sqn Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot
WLB Walker 616 Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot .Certified Copy No 121 of 530. Signed Gp Capt W S O Randle WW11 Wellington Pilot.

C88a

C88a


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27 Ju 81 Jersey Postmark Sea Seach 81 International Air Tattoo RAF greenham Common 27 - 28 June 1981

C88b

C88b


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27 Ju 81 Jersey Postmark Sea Seach 81 International Air Tattoo RAF greenham Common 27 - 28 June 1981 . Flown in Grumman - American AA5B 'Tiger' G -BGRB Pilot Michael A Fopp.
Signed by the Pilot Michael A Fopp

C88c

C88c


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27 Ju 81 Jersey Postmark Sea Seach 81 International Air Tattoo RAF greenham Common 27 - 28 June 1981 Special Signed.Air Chief Marshall Sir A.Steedman & Air Marshall Sir Dennis Crowley Milling. Battle of Britain Pilot WW11 Ace Died 1996. Details enclosed. Certified Copy No of 980.

C88bg

C88bg


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C88aG £9.95 As C88b But Also Signed by Charles Martin Gibbons Battle of Britain Observer 236 Squadron.

C88cB

C88cB


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As C88c but Also Signed by W F Blackadder 607 Sqn Battle of Britain Pilot WW11 Ace. Died 1997. Details enclosed from G Wynn Battle of Britain . Certified Copy No 544 of 980.

C89a

C89a


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12th Sept 1981 BFPS 4041 41st Battle of Britain Open Day ST Athan.50th Anniv. of Outright Winning Schneider Trophy (MS3)

C89b

C89b


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12th Sept 1981 BFPS 4041 41st Battle of Britain Open Day ST Athan.50th Anniv. of Outright Winning Schneider Trophy (MS3)Signed by Phantom Crew Captain Sqn Ldr A G Pearce Unit Test Pilot St Athan & Navigator Flt Lt Wistow

C89c

C89c


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12th Sept 1981 BFPS 4041 41st Battle of Britain Open Day ST Athan.50th Anniv. of Outright Winning Schneider Trophy (MS3)
Special Signed. Air Vice Marshal S.N.Webster who won the 1927 Schneider Trophy.Personally Signed by Air Vice Marshal S.N.Webster. CBE AFC RAF Won Schneider Trophy race 3 consecutive years. Then returned to duties as a Test Pilot.

Air Vice Marshal S N Webster CBE AFC. In 1927, he was selected as one of the pilots in the RAF High Speed Flight for that year's Schneider Trophy competition. He won the race in a Supermarine S5 at an average speed of 281 mph. 18 Jul 1919:Pilot, No 97 Sqn.1 Apr1920:Pilot, No 60 Sqn.19 Dec 1919: Awarded Short Service Commission in the rank of Flying Officer (Aeroplane) 21 Oct 1923: Supernumerary, RAF Depot.Two Black & White photo's enclosed with details Certified Copy No of 984

C90a

C90a


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12th Sept BFPS 1755 41st Anniv of the Battle of Britain.10th Anniv of the Society of Friends RAF

C90b

C90b


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Crew Signed

C90c

C90c


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12th Sept 1981 BFPS 1755 41st Anniv of the Battle of Britain.10th Anniv of the Society of Friends RAF Museum.Special Signed Marshal of the RAF Sir Dermot Boyle.President Society of Friends RAFM.Certified Copy No of 982

C90cJ

C90cJ


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12th Sept 1981 BFPS 1755 41st Anniv of the Battle of Britain.10th Anniv of the Society of Friends RAF Museum.Special Signed Marshal of the RAF Sir Dermot Boyle.President Society of Friends RAFM.Certified Copy No of 982 also signed by B.Jennings British Battle of Britain fighter pilot with 19 Sqdn.

C90c10

C90c10


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41st Anniv Battle of Britain Signed 11 b of B pilots .
12th Sept 1981 BFPS 1755 Battle of Britain Open Day RAF Abingdon.41st Annversary of the Battle of Britain and 10th Anniversary of the Society of Friends of the RAF Museum.Cover depicts Battle of Britain Flight Spitfires P7350 and AB910.Guard standing by wrecked aircraft and RAF Abingdon badge. The Society of Friends of the RAF Museum was founded in 1971 and the present President is MRAF Sir Dermot Boyle. Flown in 79 Sqn Hunter 9 XF376 from RAF Abingdon on a test flight.Personally signed by Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Dermot Boyle GCB, KCVO,KBE,AFC Chief of the Air Staff 1956 - 59 who strongly supported the need for the RAF Museum and has continued to work vigorously for the benefit of the RAF Museum. With Scotland 14p stamp, Blue XF376 and LF363 flight cachet,backstamp and photograph of MRAF Sir Dermot Boyle. Reflown in Battle of Britain Flight Hurricane 2c LF363 from RAF Coningsby by Flt Lt Newman. Also Signed by 10 Battle of Britain Fighter Pilots
J Keatings Air Gunner with 219 Sqn Battle of Britain
William Louis Buchanan Walker 82662 P0 pilot 616 Sqn. Battle of Britain fighter pilot at Leconfield. In combat off Dover on August 26 was shot down in Spitfire R 6701 and baled out,wounded in the foot. He was rescued by the Royal Navy
Trevor Gray 64 Sqn Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot
Antony Thompson 85 & 249 Sqns Battle of Britain Pilot.
W H Hodds 25 Sqn Air Crew Battle of Britain in Bristol Blenheim
P D M Down 56 Sqn., Battle of Britain fighter
Avis Hearn awarded M M for Bravery during Battle of Britain whilst under stuka attack on poling radar station Aug 1940
Alan W Gear 32 Hurricane Sqn, Battle of Britain fighter pilot
M. Croskell, British Battle of Britain fighter pilot with 213 Sqn. Squadrons 213,10 and 11 Group. On May29th 1940 over Dunkirk, he probably destroyed a JU 87,On Aug 11th claimed the destruction of JU 88, a BF109 & Bf110.He spent six years as an instructor.Aircraft flown Hurricane,
B Jennings No 19 Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot Duxford 1939 to 1941
Certified Copy no 971 of 982 Signed by Michael A Fopp Secretary Society of Friends of the RAF Museum.Very few multi Signed

C90c10a

C90c10a


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C90c10 £39.95 "As C90c but also Signed by 10 Britain of Britain Pilots, Crew, WAAF Fighter Pilots J Keatings Air Gunner with 219 Sqn Trevor Gray 64 Sqn Sqn pilot Bernard Jennings 19 Sqn Pilot. RAF Duxford 1939 / 41William Louis Buchanan Walker pilot 616 Sqn. Antony Thompson 85 & 249 Sqns Pilot. W H Hodds 25 Sqn Air Crew ,P D M Down 56 Sqn Pilot , Avis Hearn awarded M M for Bravery during Battle of Britain, Alan W Gear 32 Sqn pilot M. Croskell, r pilot with 213 Sqn. Squadrons D L Armitage 266 Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot Certified Copy no 957 of 982 Signed by Michael A Fopp Secretary Society of Friends of the RAF Museum.Very few multi Signed . Details enclosed "

C90c9

C90c9


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41st Anniv Battle of Britain Signed MRAF D Boyle Plus 9 Battle of Britain Pilots,crew, 1 Luftwaffe Pilot
12th Sept 1981 BFPS 1755 41st Anniv of the Battle of Britain.10th Anniv of the Society of Friends RAF Museum.
Personally Signed Marshal of the RAF Sir Dermot Boyle.President Society of Friends RAFM.but also Signed by
A.L.Winskill 72 & 603 Sqn's, British Battle of Britain Spitfire pilot and Fighter Ace
J A A Gibson 501 Sqn New Zealander Ace with 12 Victories in Hurricane . Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot
Sqn Ldr G Leggett 615, 245 & 46 Battle of Britain fighter pilot
Oberleutnant Ulrich Steinhilper, I/JG52 German veteran of 150 combat mission against the RAF during the Battle of Britain, he crash landed a new Me 109 and was captured. Ship to POW Camp 30 in Canada
Trevor Gray 64 Sqn Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot
G W Benn 219 Sqn Air Gunner Battle of Britain
John Booth 600 & 23 Sqdn's Sqn Blenheim's Battle of Britain Air Gunner
Ernest Waite Wootten 234 Sqn Battle of Britain Pilot
Peter Ayerst who achieved confirmed victories in the Battle of Britain and not eligible for the Battle of Britain Clasp,
Certified Copy 75 of 982. Very few issued with additional Signatures. Details enclosed. £24.95

C90c10

C90c10


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As C90c but also Signed by Britain Fighter Pilots
J Keatings Air Gunner with 219 Sqn Battle of Britain
William Louis Buchanan Walker 82662 P0 pilot 616 Sqn. Battle of Britain fighter pilot at Leconfield. In combat off Dover on August 26 was shot down in Spitfire R 6701 and baled out,wounded in the foot. He was rescued by the Royal Navy
Trevor Gray 64 Sqn Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot
Antony Thompson 85 & 249 Sqns Battle of Britain Pilot.
W H Hodds 25 Sqn Air Crew Battle of Britain in Bristol Blenheim
P D M Down 56 Sqn., Battle of Britain fighter
Avis Hearn awarded M M for Bravery during Battle of Britain whilst under stuka attack on poling radar station Aug 1940
Alan W Gear 32 Hurricane Sqn, Battle of Britain fighter pilot
M. Croskell, British Battle of Britain fighter pilot with 213 Sqn. Squadrons 213,10 and 11 Group. On May29th 1940 over Dunkirk, he probably destroyed a JU 87,On Aug 11th claimed the destruction of JU 88, a BF109 & Bf110.He spent six years as an instructor.Aircraft flown Hurricane,
D L Armitage 266 Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot
Certified Copy no 106 of 982 Signed by Michael A Fopp Secretary Society of Friends of the RAF Museum.Very few multi Signed . Details enclosed

C90c5

C90c5


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12th Sept 1981 BFPS 1755 41st Anniv of the Battle of Britain.10th Anniv of the Society of Friends RAF Museum.Special Signed Marshal of the RAF Sir Dermot Boyle.President Society of Friends RAFM.but also Signed by John Cunningham 604 Sqn Battle of Britain WWll Ace 20 Victories, John A A Gibson Hurricane 501 Sqn New Zealand Battle of Britain fighter pilot & Ace 12 , R H Barber 46 Sqn Pilot Battle of Britaindied 1998 Ulrich Steinhilper, German Luftwaffe Battle of Britain pilot shot down and A D M Boyd 600 Sqn Pilot Battle of Britain. Certified Copy 105 of 982. Very few issued with additional Signatures. Details enclosed.