The auctions may help occupy the minds of diehard Lancaster fans while they wait for the full documentary on last summer's overseas adventure to be released.
The items are signed by the 14 members of the flight crew that took the warplane on its overseas adventure to fly with the only other airworthy Lancaster in the world in the UK.
The flight suit carries a starting bid of $300, and the model is starting at $400.
The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, which owns the Lancaster, posted the items for sale.
Here's the trailer for the documentary, if you didn't catch it last month: