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British army weighing scales, which would have been used to weight small and large packs, and other carrying loads. The scales where produced by Salter, who still produce kitchen and bathroom scales.
This is a small army issue shaving mirror.
This is a medicine bottle, which is in good condition with no cracks.
1940's era British made spectacles, still in the container and cleaning cloth. The frame lenses are cover in a plastic coating, however one half has come away.
This is a 1940's tube of face paint, which still contains the paint.
This is a small empty tin of Ovaltine, which was a brand of milk flavoured drink with malt extract. Extremely popular in the 1920's to the 1950's. This example dates from the late 1930's.
This is Tobbacco tin which would have been brought at the Naafi ( Navy, Army & Air Force Institute ) shop. The tin is empty and dates from the late 1930's to the mid 1940's.
This is an army emergency ration tin which is empty of all its contents.
This is a match box cover which was produced in the 1920's for St Dunstan's Hostel, which gave aid and support to British service personal blinded during the First World War.
This is a Criterion match box packet containing 10 match boxes. The matches are of the 1940's vintage.
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