Rare for the Second World War, more common to the First war, an Anglo-French forces patriotic pin tray.
Manufactured some time after the outbreak of WW2 and prior to the ‘road to Dunkirk’.
A spelter made tray showing a British and French soldier guarding the ‘way ahead’ with the famous quote ‘On ne passé pas’.
Chip to the right edge as viewed and with one of the reverse feet absent.
An ‘unusual’ item of patriotic wear per this period. Combined patriotic feeling of this period was much less prevalent than 20 years earlier.
A heavy item.