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Three Day Fine Art Sale July 2013

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World War Two, Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Crew Europe (entitled to France and Germany clasp), group of four (five) to Path Finder, Pilot Officer Albert William Weller, with box of issue addressed Chaddesden; D.F.C. 1945, boxed, 1939-45, Air Crew Europe (entitled to F&G clasp which is missing), Defence, War, 188809 P.O. A.W.WELLER, with ribbon bars and rosettes on A.C.E.; two Navigator's, Air Bomber's and Air Gunner's Flying Log Books, Path Finder badge and notification of permanent Path Finder status; RAFVR Notice Papers; pay book; release book; crew photographs; Buckingham Palace letter; letter confirming award of D.F.C., (London Gazette 37281, 25 9 45); silk map of France; newspaper cuttings confirming award of DFC and stating that Weller had started as ground crew in 1939 before moving to Air Crew in 1943; Weller's Log Books record that he was Engineer on Lancasters and Stirlings, an entry in pencil 'dropped bombs on built up area not able to identify', other entries mention 'repatriating POWS',  with few badges, some unrelated and World war One, Victory Medal and War Service Badge;
sold for £3700.00

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World War Two, Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Crew Europe (entitled to France and Germany clasp), group of four (five) to Path Finder, Pilot Officer Albert William Weller, with box of issue addressed Chaddesden; D.F.C. 1945, boxed, 1939-45, Air Crew Europe (entitled to F&G clasp which is missing), Defence, War, 188809 P.O. A.W.WELLER, with ribbon bars and rosettes on A.C.E.; two Navigator's, Air Bomber's and Air Gunner's Flying Log Books, Path Finder badge and notification of permanent Path Finder status; RAFVR Notice Papers; pay book; release book; crew photographs; Buckingham Palace letter; letter confirming award of D.F.C., (London Gazette 37281, 25 9 45); silk map of France; newspaper cuttings confirming award of DFC and stating that Weller had started as ground crew in 1939 before moving to Air Crew in 1943; Weller's Log Books record that he was Engineer on Lancasters and Stirlings, an entry in pencil 'dropped bombs on built up area not able to identify', other entries mention 'repatriating POWS', with few badges, some unrelated and World war One, Victory Medal and War Service Badge;

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