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  1. RAF CREST DRAM GLASS SQUARE
    £7.00

    Crystal glasses hand-engraved by traditional craftsmen using time honoured methods. 

    RAF Crest image engraved and supplied in printed carton box.

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  2. DAM RAIDER GIN GLASS
    £10.00

    A 62cl balloon glass branded with Dam Raider Gin and the silhouette of the Lancaster bomber. 

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  3. RAF CREST EMBROIDERED BASEBALL CAP
    £15.00

    Navy baseball cap with embroidered RAF Crest to the front.

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  4. RAF WINGS SATCHEL
    £95.00
    Officially licensed by the MoD, this RAF Wings satchel has been designed exclusively for the Royal Air Force Museum.
    Hand crafted from heavyweight 16oz black canvas and premium soft nappa leather.
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  5. RAF WINGS HOLDALL
    £110.00
    Officially licensed by the MoD, this RAF Wings holdall has been designed exclusively for the Royal Air Force Museum.
    Hand crafted from heavyweight 16oz black canvas and premium soft nappa leather.
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  6. RAF WINGS LAPTOP BAG
    £90.00

    Officially licensed by the MoD, this RAF Wings laptop bag has been designed exclusively for the Royal Air Force Museum.

    Hand crafted from heavyweight 16oz black canvas and premium soft nappa leather.
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  7. RAF WINGS BACKPACK
    £95.00

    Officially licensed by the MoD, this RAF Wings backpack has been designed exclusively for the Royal Air Force Museum.

    Hand crafted from heavyweight 16oz black canvas and premium soft nappa leather.

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  8. RAF CREST SQUARE CLOTH BADGE
    £7.00

    RAF Crest on RAF Colours Cloth badge.

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  9. P-40N CURTIS KITTYHAWK FX-760 DIE CAST MODEL
    £52.00

    P-40N Kittyhawk Die Cast Model FX-760, 112 Squadron, RAF, 1944.

    The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk first flew in 1938 as a modification of the Curtiss P-36 Hawk.
    Warhawk was the official U.S. designation while the name Tomahawk was used by the British Commonwealth and Soviet forces for the P-40B and C and Kittyhawk for P-40Ds and later variants.

    Aircraft displayed at the RAF Museum Hendon, London.

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