Illustrated with a combination of layout drawings and impressive CGI renderings of Mitchell’s designs, this book is an insightful and indispensable addition to our understanding of the work of a man often called a genius.
This is a large solid metal keyring cast into the famous Spitfire WW2 fighter aircraft and hand painted in the teams livery. To add a bit of "bling" there are 4 glass stones that look like diamonds in the wings and fuselage.
The plane measures 6.5cm (2 3/4") long, and the ring is 3.5cm (1 1/4") in diameter. The key chain is made from stainless steel and is chrome plated.
Made from genuine Spitfire parts, these beautifully crafted cufflinks and pins provide the opportunity to own a real piece of Spitfire.
These unique pin badges, suitable for men and women, have been crafted using metal from X4276 KL-B’s Rolls-Royce Merlin engine which was excavated from the ground in the 1980’s. This engine, bearing serial number 30363, was built in July 1940, fitted to X4276 and delivered to 54 Squadron on 28th August 1940.
The most serious for the German pilots being the widespread use of the RAF's finest fighter, the Supermarine Spitfre. More manoeuvrable than the 109E, the Spitfire was the finest fighter of its day. This set contains two aircraft flown by aces. Helmut Wick and John Dundas. Neither survived their fateful engagement on 28th November 1940.