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  • WW2 HOME FRONT AIR RAID PRECAUTION MEM. No.4 ‘AIR RAID WARDENS’

    A very interesting eleven page memorandum dealing with ‘Air Raid Wardens’ and the need for ‘citizen volunteers’ to for a body of men to deal with the eventualities of air raid Printed/issued 1937, this booklet deals with the formation, need, and actions of a very important part of what was to become the war effort on the home front Rusting to the two staples, with some staining

    £28.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT ‘CLEANSING DEPOT’ ENAMEL DIRECTIONAL SIGN.

    A reasonably scarce enamel, home front directional sign, indicating the way to a ‘Cleansing Depot’ entrance. I’d rate the sign in terms of condition, high 6-7/10 Like many a sign that now comes to the market they are not without edge corrosion and enamel damage issues. The vast majority of the enamel damage is to the lower edge, with the remaining damage no better of worse than a

    £335.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT CIVILIAN GAS MASK (CARRY CASE VARIANT)

    A civilian issue pre/early war gas mask contained in one of its carry variants, being a cylindrical tin. The mask is the standard civilian type with the period addition of the extra filter canister. Mask is complete with some rubber perishing to the face face, forehead area (see images). Good clear maker mark with manufacture date 4/37 (April 1937) The carry tin is the ‘more interesting’ item of

    £55.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT ANTI-GERMAN ‘COMIC’ PLATE

    A very nice British home front, comic, ceramic plate depicting a caricature of Hitler and the Kaiser, with various slogans of the day regarding careless talk. Plate is in very good condition, but, appears to have had a fairly competent / professional repair at 2 o’clock (edge) when viewed (see images). Good bright colours and maker details to the reverse. A nice looking decorative home front item.

  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT ARP SHELL DRESSING

    A good untouched / unopened shell dress as issued to the Air Raid Precaution Department as pert of the preparations for 'the war to come'. Excellent clean damage free condition, with clear printed instruction details and issue date 1938/9.

    £24.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT / MILITARY PORTABLE ROAD SIGN

    A good damage free portable (small) road sign as used on the home front by Civil Defence / Military Police authorities. A directional sign that can be used in a multitude of directions, depending how its mounted, being a white arrow on a red back ground. Good clear WD broad arrow and issue date 1945 to the base of the sign along with maker details (see images). Sign

  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT A.R.P. MANUAL ‘MEDICAL TREATMENT OF GAS CASUALTIES’ (1st EDITION 1938)

    An excellent condition home front, Air Raid Precaution, manual No. 3 'Medical Treatment of Gas Casualties' This is the first edition of this manual as produced in 1938. Fully expecting gas attacks should war come the Home Office prepared the home services with information on how to treat gas casualties. Superb damage free condition, with hard back card covers.

    £24.00
  • WW1 / WW2 BRITISH CHILDS ‘TOY’ SERVICE HELMET

    This type of helmet was produced during both world wars as a child's play 'toy'. This example, I personally believe to be early WW2 produced. The shell is a crudely stamped item with metal crimping to its brim. Two brim rivets hold the lace chin strap in position. Finish to the exterior & interior are in excellent condition, with 80% plus of the paint finish remaining. Shell is

    £135.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT W.L.A. TIMBER CORPS CAP BADGE

    A superb example of the brown economy plastic Women's Land Army, Timer Corps cap badge. One of the finest examples of this badge I have been able to offer for sale; the badge is damage free, with only very, very slight age curvature. Reverse complete with both flat fitting blades, which are in excellent 'firm' condition. Maker marked 'A. Stanley & Sons Walsall 1 - A' A hard badge

  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT ‘MUSKETRY NOTES’ for THE ESSEX HOME GUARD

    A super little 4 page pamphlet, produced by the Essex County Telegraph on musketry. 17 points of essential interest in the care and use of your service rifle. Excellent damage free condition.

    £20.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT DUNLOP ARP, FACTORY LAPEL BADGE

    A super, small, sold silver and tri-coloured enamel Dunlop, ARP service lapel badge. Excellent damage free condition badge mounted on a silver brooch pin fitting bar. Reverse marked ‘Solid Silver’ (see images). Mounting bar fitted with a safety chain loop. A lovely stylised badge !

    £95.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT ‘I CARRY ON’ LAPEL BADGE

    A good used, bi-coloured black and white enamel on chrome lapel badge, awarded to workers that carried on production during air raids at their respective places of work. Out border with the famous Battle of Britain ’Never has so much‘…etc. motto. Reverse with lapel button hole fitting (slightly flattened). Slight enamel damage at ’2 o’clock when viewed.

    £45.00