+44 (0)1827 714951
roger@homefrontcollection.com

HOME PAGECONTACT USARCHIVETERMSON-LINE SHOPVIEW BASKET


click for more images

ENSA Shoulder Title.
Shoulder title for the Entertainments National Service Association or ENSA , an organisation set up in 1939 by Basil Dean and Leslie Henson to provide entertainment for British armed forces personnel during World War II. ENSA operated as part of the Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes. This title was worn by full time uniformed officials and artists when in uniform.

Code: 10801Price: 45.00 GBP


click for more images

The Fire-Party's Handbook.
C1941 ' The Fire-Party's Handbook ' by R.F.Reynolds and others. 16pgs dealing with the specific threat posed by the incendiary bomb and the actions needed to combat them. Illustrated throughout with sketches and diagrams. Excellent clean condition with very light fading.

Code: 10800Price:


click for more images

Civil Defence Instructors' badge.
Gold on blue, embroidered Civil Defence instructors' badge for personnel trained at a local level. This badge has been seen worn on the lower sleeve, l/h breast pocket and the upper sleeve. Good, used condition with evidence of having been removed from a uniform.

Code: 10799Price: 18.00 GBP


click for more images

' It Came to Our Door ': Plymouth in World War II
1946 3rd ed. ' It Came to Our Door ' Plymouth in World War II by H. P. Twyford. 151pgs the text presents a first-hand eyewitness account of Plymouth in World War II by Western Morning News/Evening Herald war correspondent Pat Twyford. Illustrated with b/w plates and honours and awards appendix. Good, clean condition.

Code: 10798Price:


click for more images

LDV Instruction No.9 Grenades.
1940ed. LDV Instruction No.9 Grenades, 8pg pamphlet on the identification, storage and use of grenades with particular emphasis on the No.36. Excellent, clean condition with very minor rust bleed from the staples.

Code: 10797Price:


click for more images

Royal Ordnance Factory lapel badge.
Gilded brass lapel badge with half moon fitting for Royal Ordnance Factory No.3. No.3 was R.O.F.Birtley which made cartridge cases.
These badges were introduced in 1940 for workers at the various factories across the UK but were phased out from 1942 because of the their consumption of valuable raw materials.
This badge made by T.L.M.Ltd, B'ham and is numbered 1592 to reverse. Dulled guilding to obverse, bright to reverse.

Code: 10796Price: 38.00 GBP


click for more images

Wartime National Household Milk.
Wartime Ministry of Food National Household Milk tin .Typical wartime overprinted finish with instructions printed to side. Used condition with light wear and corrosion with the usual wartime spidering to finish .

Code: 10795Price: 14.00 GBP


click for more images

Morrison Shelter Warning Flyer.
1942 dated small flyer or insert issuing a warning about the importance of attaching the side panels to the shelter. Excellent, clean condition.
POSTFREE within UK

Code: 10794Price:


click for more images

Salvage Steward's plastic lapel badge.
Ministry of Supply Salvage Steward's plastic, pinback badge. Introduced from 1942 for part-time stewards appointed by local authorities to oversee the efficient collection of salvageable materials such as scrap metal, cardboard, paper etc. Good clean undamaged example, maker marked to reverse F&G ( Fraser & Glass ).

Code: 10793Price: 45.00 GBP


click for more images

Dig For Victory Leaflet No.1 ' Grow for Winter.....
Ministry of Agriculture Dig For Victory Leaflet No.1 ( New Series ). All colour, two sided pamphlet that doubles as a poster giving an all year round cropping plan. Generally good used condition with some minor marking and creasing and some tearing,has been folded.
POSTFREE within UK

Code: 10792Price:

Website designed & maintained by Concept500