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Spitfire blueprint enamel mug

Our IWM exclusive Spitfire printed white and blue enamel mug is inspired by the blueprints of the aircraft found in IWM’s collections, it features blueprints of a composition of various Spitfire marks produced during the war.

Easy to clean (and dishwasher safe), this exclusive design allows you to explore the finer details of the Spitfire st whilst you enjoy your favourite brew, whether it be coffee or tea.

The Supermarine Spitfire’s first flight was on March 5 1936 – the Spitfire has become one of the most famous British aircraft in history. The Spitfire was built in many variants and was produced in greater numbers than any other British aircraft and was the only British fighter to be in continuous production throughout the war.

The first squadron to use Spitfires was 19 Squadron, based at RAF Duxford on 4 August 1938.

8cm (3.1") high, 8cm (3.1") wide, dishwasher safe.

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