I have just been offered a group of items from a family of a deceased RAF Veteran.
The veteran died in the early eighties and since then his wartime belongings and medals have been kept in plastic bags under th stairs, his family now want to part with everything.
There is a photo album with approx 60 photos of him in various places in training, during opertaional dutis and on leave. A portrait photo in uniform, he was a rear gunner on a Lancaster in 43/44 did 38 missions in all, after firs tour went as a gunnery instructor got promoted to an Officer.
The log book is named and complete in good condition, there is his service dress tunic with dfc ribbon and other ribbons, also dress cap with bullion insignia and forage cap with officer's inignia, also his Type C flight helmet with earphones, has his initials in yellow paint on the front. Also the citation for the dfc and various other photos and documents anyone got any idea at all on the value of this set?