Various RAF Flown Covers

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skyking_comms
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Various RAF Flown Covers

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For about 25 years I've had these RAF flown covers, but they have just sat in my study ever since.
Not sure if people collect them? Hopefully they will go to a good home...

http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/m.html?item=301872229734&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&_ssn=skyking_comms&_sop=10

Thanks,

Darren
http://www.raf-fairford.co.uk

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Re: Various RAF Flown Covers

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I do, but not that collection sadly :smile:

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Re: Various RAF Flown Covers

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I think I purchased them at an airshow in the 1980's..

Perhaps they would look good framed, especially if you had models of the aircrafts in front of them.

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Re: Various RAF Flown Covers

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Hi,
I collect covers too. Looking over the ones you currently have on ebay I’d recommend putting each of the covers reference numbers in the title to help collectors find them (the code in the top left of most of them). I’m afraid none of the ones you’re currently listing are particularly rare though as far as I can tell. B18c is the only certified one with a current book price of £5.95, the reset are all unsigned or pilot signed and have a list price of around £1 for the unsigned and £1.50 for the pilot signed. For current values of those and any others you might have wingfields are a good starting point. The majority you have are Bomber Command covers and can be found here:
https://www.wing-fields.co.uk/acatalog/ ... mmand.html
The only other one is C81b, again just pilot signed so book price of £1.50:
https://www.wing-fields.co.uk/acatalog/C80a___C90c.html
In all honesty, with the possible exception of B18c, you might find it better to package them into a single lot but try putting the reference numbers in the title fist. If anyone is trying to plug holes in their collections at least that way they can find them.
Hope this helps,
Mark
Formerly Mk1 Maniac!

Mark Wright

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