Evening Bag

Step into the world of RAF 1940/50s sweetheart fashion with this beautiful evening bag. Not a Prada or a Gucci logo in sight but the opportunity to …

Scotch Jock the Teddy Bear

Sporting Scotland’s most famous item of clothing, Scotch Jock the Teddy Bear is a mascot with a difference. Not only did he bring luck to Lieutenant William …

Teddy Cooper

Adopt yourself a little piece of luck with the rather cute childhood companion of Flight Sergeant Frederick Cooper. Teddy is no stranger to danger joining Frederick on …

Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vb

Adopt an Artefact Launch Special! Your chance to adopt the iconic Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vb. With just 20 adoption places available, don’t delay and adopt now!

Hucks Starter

One of three RAF vehicles available for you to adopt. Named after its inventor, Captain Bentfield Hucks, the Hucks Starter was used to start up piston aircraft …

Fordson Balloon Winch

Your chance to adopt the quirky Fordson Balloon Winch. The cage on the back was for the operator to protect them from cable injury, or even worse, …

Skynet 2B

Adopt the qualification model of RAF’s space communication system Skynet 2B. The Skynet 2B was launched in 1974 and proved a very reliable communications satellite technology for …

Webbing Paste

RAF recruits will spend many hours polishing their boots to a mirror-like finish. However, today they have it easier as, in the past, they would have to …

Bomb Disposal Armband

After 80 years, the RAF’s bomb disposal squadron has been disbanded. It lived up to its motto ‘to make the harmful harmless’. So why not adopt this …

Cane Swagger Stick

The swagger stick originates from the vine carried by Roman centurions as an emblem for office, so if you like your ‘did you know that’ stories, this …