Here are some great coffee mug gift ideas. Airplane images and aviation cartoons that bring a smile every time you take a sip of your favorite brew.
Each one of these aviation gifts shown here are available in different styles and sizes of mugs and many colors. Each of these make excellent gifts and all are customizable, so they can become truly a "one of a kind" gift.
Take this mug to the office and show your friends and work mates your love for the hobby. Also available as a 10 oz. stein and a frosted glass mug.
Two models of a stainless steel tea infuser or also available. for those who prefer tea. Now this gift can be used to make REAL tea ( Not from a tea bag)
The original artwork featured on this aviation gift makes it truly original.
Can be customized with your own message
Similar to above coffee cup, but this daydreaming flyer is an RC flyer!
Available in different styles and colors and is, of course, customizable.
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The Fairey Swordfish was British torpedo bomber that, despite its out dated appearance, served with distinction in WW2 .
It is remembered for the attack on the German battleship Bismark and the attack on the Italian fleet at Taranto. It was here that a large part of the fleet was sunk and may have given the Japanese the idea for the Pearl Harbor attack.
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The Gloster gladiator was the last biplane to serve with the RAF. It was the last of a development, that stretched back to World War 1.
Despite it's obsolete design, it served with some success. It is well remembered for the defense of Malta, when 3 Sea Gladiators were the islands only air force! The 3 became known as "Faith", "Hope" and "Charity".
There were some silver doped versions, as shown here, but war time camouflage was soon painted over it, when war was declared.
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The Fairey Fantome may very well be the most beautifully streamlined biplane ever built!
Only 4 were made and it was evaluated by the RAF but it was considered to be out of date when compared to the contemporary monoplanes.
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