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Sighting Head Type T-1 109/80 1943 dated


Computer Type T-1-A 109/140 1943 dated



Scarce Course Setting Bomb Sight Mk7 9/310 dated 1940

This is largely complete but is missing a plate and spirit level from the top.



Mk14 Bomb Sight Computor Type X 9/3472 dated 1943

This is believed to be the type fitted to the Halifax bomber.


Low Level Bomb Sight Mk3 9/3911

This is the Post-War version of the wartime LABS and is dated 1957, so possibly Vulcan or Victor.

Sadly, it is missing one side of the case.

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Scarce British Mk14* Bomb Sight Sighting Head 9/3413 dated 1943

This is the early British version which was replaced by the American made T-1

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Scarce Bomb Sight Computor Mk14A 9/3414 dated 1943

This is the British Mk14A Bomb Sight which was replaced by the America built T-1 computer.

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Scarce Course Setting Bomb Sight Mk9A* 9/1623 dated 1941

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Scarce Armament Type Graduation for Mk9 Course Setting  Bomb Sight

The Mk9 was similar to the Mk7 illustrated above.


Set one shown here, set two shown below. Both sets are double sided

Bombing Computor Type T-3 for Mk14 Bomb Sight 9/4552

Made in 1956, possibly by upgrading an earlier model, this one was once fitted to Canberra WH964, but I believe that this type was also fitted to the early Vulcans before the introduction of NBS. The white marks are old masking tape which comes off on the application of white spirit.


Switchbox for Bomb Sight Mk14 5C/2799

As used in late production Lancasters, etc.

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Junction Box Type A 5D/506


Stabilised Automatic Bomb Sight 9/3285, Serial Number 532

This is the actual sighting head known as a Ranging Unit. It is extremely rare, less than 1000 having been built and as far as I know, this is the ONLY one remaining. It was used initially by 9 Sqn and 44 Sqn but was transferred almost at once to 617 Sqn (the Dambusters) who were the only other known WW2 users. It proved very successful in the raid against the Tirpitz although this was actually sunk by a IX Squadron aircraft using the Mk14/T1 Bomb Sight. Several Tiger Force Lancasters and Lincolns were later fitted with it, but were never used. I think that it remained fitted to some Lincolns after the war. The Lincoln at Cosford has a switch marked SABS but is fitted with a Mk14 sight.


Container Jettison Button 5D/608

This button was fitted on the Pilot's control panel (main instrument panel) of the Lancaster bomber and is now quite hard to find.

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Socket Type A 5C/525

PRICE: £15

Bomb Selection Switchbox Type F 16-Way 5D/656

This type of switchbox was fitted to the Bomb Aimer's panel in the Lancaster bomber.

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Bomb Selection Switchbox Type H 16-Way 5D/946

This type of switchbox superseded the Type F andwas used in the Sunderland, Stirling and Lincoln. They were installed together with Base Unit - See separate entry.

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Base Unit for Bomb Selection Switchbox Type H 5D/1079

This is the rare Base Unit for the above Type H Switchbox.


Bomb Sight PR Type 1 9/4532 and Control Panel 9/4533

Believed to have been removed from Valiant B(PR)K1 aircraft WZ389.

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5D/534 Bomb Release

 Complete with cable and plug and very rare locking ring for key safe.

PRICE: £50

5D/534 Bomb Release

With cable and plug but without locking ring

PRICE: £25

Bomb Distributor Unit 16-Way 5D/663

This is a12v unit.

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Bomb Distributor Unit 32-Way  5D/1065

This is a 24v unit

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Toggle Switch 5D/551

PRICE: £30

Bomb Selection Switch 5D/1363

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