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Avro Lancaster Pin Badge - Pewter
Quantity:  2.60

The Avro Lancaster was Bomber Command's most bomber during World War Two. It was heavily armed with eight 0.303 machine guns in various turrets and a bomb bay in the plane which could carry various size bombs. Lancasters took part in many raids on Germany in World War Two, including the bombing of the 'Tirpitz' holed up in a Norwegian fjord and the most famous bombing raid be Lancasters the 'Dambusters Raids'.

This Lancaster pin badge is made from lead-free pewter and is supplied on a card with an image of Lancaster's on a bombing raid on the front and historical information on the reverse.

 
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