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spitfire War Plane Aeroplane tie pin, Lapel Pin Badge, in gift box

ideal gift for birthdays, anniversaries & other special occasions

pin badge / tie pin



ideal gift for birthdays, anniversaries & other special occasions

lapel / tie pin

pin badge / tie pin

gift boxed

comes with clip on back and in gift box

royal air force uk. the spitfire, a bugger to fly, but grace full and all British, -- the deadly British made spitfire is faithfully reproduced in pure gold plated metal Produced in greater numbers than any other British combat aircraft before or since the War, 20,341 Spitfires were built in 22 different variants (excluding the navalised Seafire) and the aircraft remained in production for 12 years. The prototype's maiden flight took place on 5th March 1936 and Mk1 Spitfires entered RAF service (with No 19 Squadron) in August 1938. ---------------------------- The development potential of the original design allowed the Spitfire to establish and then maintain the air superiority so vital to the defense of Britain and to keep pace with the 19 Squadron Spitfire taking off improvements in performance of enemy fighters throughout World War Two. Spitfires fought in every operational theater of the War and remained in RAF front-line service up to 1954. At the end of its development the Spitfire carried an engine producing more than twice the power of the original, its maximum take-off weight and rate of climb had more than doubled, its firepower had increased by a factor of five and its maximum speed had been increased by a third; all this in essentially the same airframe. The Spitfire played a major part in achieving ultimate victory in World War Two and truly deserves its place as probably the most successful fighter design ever, and certainly as the most famous and charismatic of all time

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