British Military Collectables, Royal Memorabilia. Century to the present Day. Preserving the past for the future. Rare Early WWII Battle of Britain 1939 RAF Officers Tunic and Peaked Cap. The set comprises of WWII Battle of Britain RAF Blue Finishing Officers Tunic dated inside pocket 1939 and Officers peaked cap. The tunic retains its full set of RAF Pilots wing Rank of Flight Lieutenant with two bars of rank braid to each lower sleeve, leather strengthening to the base of the cuffs and comes complete with its fixed waist belt. All eight RAF buttons are correct and complete well polished, inside the label dated 1939. Is very small which I have blown it up for viewing, size of tunic is medium to large. Two moth holes, two tiny holes to collar where insignia has been removed all in all good condition please see photos. The Officers Peaked cap is in good condition please see photos apart from one tiny moth nip. The underside of the visor is green from the earlier period finishing. Padded Kings Crown to front with metal RAF gold emblem, moss brothers celluloid label, makers stamp to inside sweat band. Size medium to large. Becoming incredibly hard to source sets like this from the famous Battle of Britain Era100% Original, thoroughly British. Both medium to large. Couple of moth holes to the jacket and one that i can see to the cap, two minor holes to collars where insignia stood. No staining over all in good condition. Maybe a gift for someone special, birthdays , christenings , all occasions, for your own collection maybe. Or pieces of historic. The item “Rare Early WWII Battle of Britain 1939 RAF Officers Tunic and Peaked Cap” is in sale since Saturday, February 27, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Other World War II Militaria”. The seller is “uksilverantiques” and is located in london, London. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
- Service: Air Force
- Era: 1914-1945
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
- Conflict: World War II (1939-1945)