1. De Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth, N6919/26, probably of No 1 EFTS, RAF, 1940. Dark Earth/Dark Green upper surfaces with Light Earth/Light Green top of lower wings; Yellow undersides. Serial in Night, repeated below both lower wings. Blue/ Red national markings above top wings. Light blue 36 on engine cowling. Note ‘Mustard Gas Warning Patch’ above rear fuselage decking. Blue/ Red national markings lower wings.
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2. De Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth, L6923, No 1 E & RTFTS, RAF, 1938. Yellow overall with black serial on fuselage sides and rudder, repeated below each lower wing. National markings in six positions. 20 in white on engine cowling, thinly outlined in black. Tiger Moth badge on fin.
3. De Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth, T-6026/RUOD, Oxford University Air Squadron, 1947. Trainer Yellow overall.
All lettering in black with serial repeated below lower wings. Blue/ white/red roundels above top and below lower wings. Oxford University shield on engine cowling.
4. De Havilland D.H.82 Tiger Moth, G-ACDA, De Havilland School of Flying, Hatfield, 1933. Deep Red fuselage, spinner, undercarriage and interplane struts. Silver wings and tail. All lettering in white.