26th West Riding ( Huddersfield ) Home Guard Battalion Titles.
Printed blue/black on khaki Home Guard shoulder title for the 26th West Riding of Yorkshire ( Huddersfield ) Battalion .Good, clean condition with clear evidence of having been removed from a uniform accompanied by a printed shoulder title . read more
Another commercial publication in the 'Bernards' series ' Fighter Controller ' by S/Ldr. J.D.V.Holmes. 70pgs, illustrated with b/w photographs and drawings giving a fictional account of the work of a fighter controller. C1943. Good, used condition with creasing to card cover. read more
ARP ' Butterfly Brand ' Sealing Tape - large.
Tin with contents of ' Butterfly Brand ' ARP Sealing Tape. Large size intended to be used to make rooms gasproof by sealing all joints etc., they were later rebranded for use as window reinforcement against flying glass. Good, slightly tired condition, with missing lid. Heavy item. read more
Fire Watcher lapel badge.
Chrome and enamel, lapel badge for a Fire Watcher. Badge worn by the force intended to stop the spread of fire caused by bombs in mainly industrial/business premises. Superceded in 1941 by the Fire Guard. Badge in good, used, bright, condition. read more
Comic Postcard - Gasmask Theme.
Comic postcard part of the ' Cheerful Series ' published in London featuring a gas mask theme. In good, clean condition, postally used in 1939. These classic wartime comic postcards are increasingly sought after and prices are increasing for the more uncommon examples.
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A.R.P.Handbook No.10 Training in First Aid.
1942 2nd ed. reprint 1943 ' A.R.P.Handbook No.10 Training in First Aid For Civil Defence Purposes '. 64pgs, with illustrations, outlining the more practical first aid likely to be required at an incident. Paper salvage notation to front cover. Good, used, condition with minor marking, etc. read more
Printed cotton ' SFP ' armband for use by Supplementary/Street Fire Parties as issued from August 1940. The reorganisation and subsequent renaming of the Fire Guard in 1941 caused the issue of another armlet, in the interests of economy, a printed overlay was issued for stitching over the original symbol. Good, used condition, with some light marking and stencilled issue number to the reverse. read more