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  1. RAF MUSEUM PERCY THE PENGUIN
    £10.00

    A toy replica of a lucky mascot on display at the Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford.

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  2. SPITFIRE PLUSH TOY
    £19.99

    These super-realistic plush toy replicas celebrate a truly historic plane with superior detailing and high levels of craftsmanship, just like the real thing. 

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  3. RED ARROWS BEAR
    £15.00

    Red Arrows Teddy Bear in flying suit with the official Red Arrows logo embroidered onto his paw.

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  4. TEDDY COOPER
    £15.00

    Flight Sergeant Cooper carried him on every operational flight he undertook in the Far East during the Second World War.  The charm appears to have worked as both Fredrick and Teddy survived the war.

    Approx. height 36cm. 3+ years.

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  5. VINTAGE AEROPLANE TEDDY IN PJS
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    £16.00

    Cute Cuddly Bear Made by Powell Craft. 30cm teddy bear wearing vintage aeroplane print pyjamas. suitable from birth. CE labelled.

    Matching baby jumpsuit avaliable.

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  6. RAF100 APPEAL TEDDY BEAR BY MERRYTHOUGHT
    £99.00

    This special limited edition teddy bear has been beautifully created by Merrythought, to celebrate the RAF centenary in 2018.

    Presented in an luxury cotton bag.

    All profit will be donated to the RAF100 Appeal* charity.

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  7. SPITFIRE PLUSH TOY (GIANT)
    £44.99

    These super-realistic plush toy replicas celebrate a truly historic plane with superior detailing and high levels of craftsmanship, just like the real thing. 

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  8. SUSIE
    £15.00

    Susie was the mascot of 504 Squadron, based at RAF Hendon in 1940 for a brief spell during the Battle of Britain.

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  9. RAF MUSEUM WW1 DOG IN COAT
    £8.99

    This cute little soft toy is based on one of the exhibits featured in the new RAF Museum First World War in the Air exhibition. 20x12cm.

    Dogs were an airman's best friend. They were popular mascots and regularly appear in photographs of air and ground crews. The Museum exhibit is an actual jacket made by an RFC tailor, worn by a dog belonging to an officer of the Royal Flying Corps. It is adorned with RFC Pilot's wings, Captain and Observer badges.

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