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  • AMERICAN PRODUCED ‘PAT-PARACHUTE’ 1940’S/WW2 PARACHUTE DOLL

    A super, period toy parachute doll created by Elvy Kalep, ‘Pat-Parachute, the Para Trooper’. Complete in its box of issue and also with its very rare instruction flimsy. Box is complete with an edge repair, now being a little grubby and with some damp staining, and age creases. Doll in complete matching condition with ‘bright/clean’ face, to include the eye goggles which are often missing, and with the

    £225.00
  • WW2 MINIATURE ARP LAPEL BADGE IN SILVER

    A very nice miniature ARP lapel badge in marked silver. Fine detail in keeping with the full size badge. Reverse with button hole fitting. Marked silver under the reverse fitting, to the reverse of the crown. Just a small note, this badge is slightly smaller and more petite than the one listed last week (see site for comparison images).

    £30.00
  • WW2 ARP LAPEL BADGE IN NICKEL

    A good damage free male issue lapel badge in nickel. No maker mark to reverse. Button hole fitting. The nickel badges were issued in smaller numbers than the hallmarked silver, as such, strangely, making them a rarer badge in this finish.

    £24.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT ARP BADGE IN ITS BOX OF ISSUE

    A very good condition box of issue in blue, with a nickel manufactured lapel badge therein. Badge is with button hole fitting, maker marked ‘J.R. Gaunt Lond.’ This is a male issued badge (because of the button hole fitting) as issued in the correct blur box. The female bade on a brooch pin fitting was issued in a red box.

    £35.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT NATIONAL SAVINGS LAPEL BADGE

    A good ‘gilt’ plastic WW2 National Savings lapel badge. Grubby condition with some ‘gilt fading’. Complete with single lapel pin. No maker details.

    £24.00
  • WW2 WAR SERVICE LAPEL BADGE

    A small lapel badge appertaining to a company ‘PL’ (Unknown). Four colour enamel and gilt brass. Brooch pin fitting broken. No maker details.

    £10.00
  • MIXED BADGE LOT (1)

    A mixed lot of badges buttons and a sweetheart brooch. Military and home front. All fittings present and in good order. Sold as seen.

    £24.00
  • ‘ANTI-NAZI’ CHILDS CARICATURE CUT OUT PUPPETS

    Before I start, difficult to know what category this falls within, so I have opted for British WW2 home front. A un-cut card/child's toy of Nazi leader caricatures, that when assembled make 2D puppets. Not exactly PC by new age thoughts and feelings as a child's toy....how times change. Card is in excellent damage free condition. Its country of origin is speculated upon, with the USA being probably

    £95.00
  • BRITISH WW2 HOME FRONT ANTI-MUSSOLINI PROPAGANDA MINIATURE CHAMBER POT ‘

    British comedy, anti-Mussolini propaganda in the form of a miniature chamber pot, otherwise know as a ‘Po’. Pot, manufactured in low grade ceramics with the image of Mussolini to the interior base and the slogan to both sides ‘Wop No. 1’ and “We’ve got him on the run’ Excellent damage free condition, with minor crazing (as is common) to the exterior glaze. Marked to the base ‘Fieldings,  

  • WW2 BRITISH RED CROSS PROFICIENCY MEDAL

    A good named British Red Cross Society medal for proficiency in ‘Anti-Gas Training’. Red and white enamel on a gilt base with the ‘Anti-Gas’ bar fitting to to top of the ribbon. First introduced in the 1920’s. Excellent damage free condition.

    £70.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT ACCOUNT ‘SMITTEN CITY’ the STORY OF PORTSMOUTH UNDER BLITZ

    A very good pictorial and text, card cover, account of the Blitz suffered by Portsmouth July 1940 - May 1944. Fairly graphic images of bomb destruction suffered by the city, that may well have not passed the censor earlier in the war. Good clean damage free condition with an inked ‘gift’ dedication to the inside front cover. Profits from the sale of the booklet were to be donated

    £24.00
  • BRITISH HOME FRONT 1942 HORSE RACING EVENT TICKET NEWMARKET

    A members ticket for a horse racing event at Newmarket 1942. Excellent bi-coloured enamel and brass badge. Reverse with matching obverse issue number, and ‘non-transferable’ detail. The war was not intended to get in the way of the ‘sport of kings’.........

    £70.00