British comedy, anti-Hitler propaganda in the form of a miniature chamber pot, otherwise know as a ‘Po’.
Pot, manufactured in low grade ceramics with the image of Hitler to the interior base and the slogan to the other side ‘Chums, what would you do?’
Excellent damage free condition, with crazing (as is common) to the exterior glaze.
Marked to the base ‘Made in England’
Used as mantel-piece ornament, in
AFS (Auxiliary Fire Service) Lapel badge. Red enamel and nickel finish badge. Reverse with button hole fitting, and maker initials H.W.M. Issue number to button hole fitting 196911. Excellent damage free condition.
Contact’ the Odhams works magazine produced for ex - employees serving with the armed forces. Winter 1942 edition produced to keep service men and women previously employed with Odhams ‘in touch’ with there old firm. News and views articles interspersed with cartoons and photos of serving Odhams staff.
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