Limited Edition Signed Copies of “What the RAF Airman Took to War” Now Available

Limited edition copies of “What the RAF Airman Took to War” signed by Squadron Leader Geoffrey Wellum DFC are now available at the special price of $45 (plus $5 postage & handling). These books are extremely limited and bear a specially designed and numbered limitation bookplate that has been personally signed by Squadron Leader Geoffrey Wellum DFC, one of the last surviving pilots of the Battle of Britain. Only 25 copies of these books will ever be produced and a portion of each sale will be donated the RAF Benevolent Association in England as requested by Squadron Leader Wellum. This is a rare chance to acquire a book signed by Squadron Leader Wellum. Wellum will celebrate his 94th birth

RAF Tea Mug

Written accounts and surviving photographs provide testimony that Royal Air Force pilots and ground crew enjoyed their tea during the Second World War. Many photographs feature images of pilots and aircrew enjoying a cup of tea in the oversized white ironstone mugs that were supplied to RAF personnel. Because they were so well used and fragile, these original mugs bearing the circular King’s Crown RAF blue stamp are very scarce. The example pictured here was made by A.J. Wilkinson Ltd of the Royal Staffordshire Pottery. It is an original wartime example and was purchased in England in 2015. The ½ pint mug measures 4” in height and 3 ¾” in diameter and has a slip applied handle. During th

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