E005. A pair of blue/grey 37 pattern extension straps, one has an RAF service number.

E021. A tin of Pickering’s Web Equipment Renovator, RAF Blue-Grey.

E022. A tin of Pickering’s Web Equipment Renovator, RAF Blue-Grey.

E067. A RAF large pack made by Crown Bedding & Co Ltd and stamped AM 23/178 and service number 4170531.

E067. Back view.

E067. Stamps under flap.

E068. A blue/grey RAF 37 pattern webbing holster made by Z. L. & T. Ltd 1942 and closed by a United Carr fastener .

E079. A blue/grey RAF webbing holster made by Z. L. & T. Ltd 1942 and closed by a United Carr fastener .

E080. A solid blue/grey RAF webbing water bottle carrier with service number 4176969.

E080. Marking on shoulder strap.

E081. A blue/grey RAF webbing holster made by Z. L. & T. Ltd 1943 and closed by a United Carr fastener.

E082. A blue/grey RAF webbing holster named to J. R. Priest RAAF. John Raymond Priest enlisted on 23 Feb 1942 at Melbourne and discharged on 2 Oct 1945 as a Flight Lieutenant from Headquarters East Area.

E082. Back view showing name.

E083. A solid blue/grey RAF webbing water bottle carrier marked by M. W. & S Ltd 1942 . Martin Wright & Sons.

E083. Makers stamp.

E084. A blue/grey RAF webbing bayonet frog made by Parker Knoll, an English furniture maker.

E084. Back view showing makers stamp.