In my quest to find any AM marked furniture I can I noticed that two types of captains chair seem to dominate proceedings. 1 in your typical captains chair style as shown in previous posts but also this one that has reworked rear legs and the same bulbous front legs as its close relative. It has different back spindles and also comes with a leatherette pad made out of Vynide. This one my eagle eye spotted on e bay after checking out the below picture of two pilots with their feet up. In the snap one can see both styles of chair. On my recent trip to the RAF museum at Hendon too, both chairs were displayed side by side. Anyway here is the example I found complete with AM and crown a stamp and just legible 1940 date and makers name.