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1937 Pattern WWII British Haversack
1937 Pattern - WWII British Soldier's Haversack
(Packed with soldier's personal kit dated from the period)

In the early 1930s it was decided to replace the 1908 pattern webbing, as it was thought that in the next war infantrymen would be part of a motorized and mechanized army, rather than fighting in trenchers. Although what was to become pattern 37 webbing was approved by the army, it was deferred as the army was looking at a new light machine gun (bren gun). A new basic pouch was designed to suit it and the 1937 pattern webbing was then excepted in June 1938. The equipment set that the Canadian Army began to employ in 1939, called 1937 Pattern Web Equipment had already been made standard in the British Army two years before. Officially also known as Web Equipment, 1937 Pattern, WE '37 was made of the same light khaki coloured cotton webbing that the early 1908 Pattern had been made from. Some items remained similar, indeed, the Large Pack remained identical to WE '08.

The basic 1937 pattern webbing equipment was of a pre-shrunk dyed in the weave webbing which rendered the material virtually waterproof, and in the field this was treated with 'Blanco' to colour the material green to aid concealment. The basic webbing set (Battle Order) consisted of a web-waist belt with cross brace shoulder straps linked to ammunition pouches on the lower chest; which hung from either the waist belt or straps the 1908 pattern entrenching tool and 1937 pattern carrier, water-bottle and bayonet frog. In addition to such by 1944 most troops were issued with the new 1943 Light Pattern Anti-Gas Respirator and haversack carrier worn across the body on the left hand side under the 1937 webbing set. Personal items and rations etc. were carried in the 1937 pattern haversack carried on the soldiers back via brace straps attached to the webbing cross straps.

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1937 Pattern WWII British Haversack with Enameled Tea Mug

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1937 Pattern WWII British Haversack with shoulder straps

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1937 Pattern WWII British Haversack with shoulder straps

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Standard British pattern enameled tea mug

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Standard British pattern enameled tea mug

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Standard British pattern enameled tea mug

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Rain Cape - folded over and tucked into the haversack to keep contents dry from rain

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Inside the haversack

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Inside the haversack

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Typical contents carried inside haversack

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Typical contents carried inside haversack - Brush, mess tins, kfs set, veil, boot laces, sewing kit, shaving/signal mirror, shell dressing

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Typical contents carried inside haversack - shell dressings, sewing kit, shaving/signal mirror, socks, grooming kit, cigarettes, matches, money

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Typical contents carried inside haversack - shell dressings, sewing kit, shaving/signal mirror, socks, grooming kit, cigarettes, matches, money

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Typical contents carried inside haversack - grooming kit, money

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Typical contents carried inside haversack - socks, cigarettes, matches

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Typical contents carried inside haversack - signal/shaving mirror, dentifrice tooth powder, money

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Typical contents carried inside haversack - Shell dressings

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Typical contents carried inside haversack - Housewife roll sewing kit

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Typical contents carried inside haversack - KFS (Knife, Fork Spoon) set, extra boot laces

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Grey tin of issued cigarettes

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"Cigarettes" embossed on lid

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Tin packed with unfiltered issued cigarettes

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Tin packed with unfiltered issued cigarettes

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Cardboard liner in the tin around the cigarettes

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Grey tin packed with issued unfiltered cigarettes

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Issued unfiltered cigarettes

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Each unfiltered cigarette is marked with "GOLD FLAKE" "W.D.& H.O.WILLS" and "H.M. FORCES"

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Each unfiltered cigarette is marked with "GOLD FLAKE" "W.D.& H.O.WILLS" and "H.M. FORCES"

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Each unfiltered cigarette is marked with "GOLD FLAKE" "W.D.& H.O.WILLS" and "H.M. FORCES"

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Two original cigarette packets and a matchbox (all empty). Cigarettes were also sold at the NAAFI in small five or ten cigarette packets.  These are of the "Wild Woodbine" and "Gold Flake" brands.  Also the "England's Glory" brand matchbox.

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Two original cigarette packets and a matchbox(all empty). Cigarettes were also sold at the NAAFI in small five or ten cigarette packets.  These are of the "Wild Woodbine" and "Gold Flake" brands.  Also the "England's Glory" brand matchbox.

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Back View - Two original cigarette packets and a matchbox(all empty). Cigarettes were also sold at the NAAFI in small five or ten cigarette packets.  These are of the "Wild Woodbine" and "Gold Flake" brands.  Also the "England's Glory" brand matchbox.

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"Wild Woodbine" Cigarette box (empty)

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Rear View - "Wild Woodbine" Cigarette box(empty)

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Rear View - "Wild Woodbine" Cigarette box(empty)

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Side View - "Wild Woodbine" Cigarette box(empty)

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Side View - "Wild Woodbine" Cigarette box(empty)

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Bottom Flap View - "Wild Woodbine" Cigarette box(empty)

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Top Flap View - "Wild Woodbine" Cigarette box(empty)

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"Gold Flake" Cigarette box(empty)

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"Gold Flake" Cigarette box(empty)

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Top Inside Flap View - "Gold Flake" Cigarette box (empty) inscribed "Made entirely of Pure Virginia Tobacco"

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Rear View - "Gold Flake" Cigarette box(empty)

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Rear View - "Gold Flake" Cigarette box(empty)

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Rear View - "Gold Flake" Cigarette box(empty)

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Top Flap View - "Wills's Gold Flake" Cigarette box(empty)

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Top Flap View - "Wills's Gold Flake" Cigarette box(empty)

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Side View - "Gold Flake" Cigarette box(empty)

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Side View - "Gold Flake" Cigarette box(empty)

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"England's Glory" brand matchbox(empty)

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Rear View - "England's Glory" brand matchbox(empty)

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Side View - "England's Glory" brand matchbox(empty)

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Stricker Side - "England's Glory" brand matchbox(empty)

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Two issue shell dressings. The larger of the two is dated September 1943 while the smaller is dated February 1942. Both are sealed and in new condition. Two (or more) shell dressings were commonly carried; the logic being that a gunshot or shrapnel wound produces a small entrance wound and a much larger exit wound

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First Field Dressing dated February 1942

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First Field Dressing dated February 1942

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Shell Dressing dated September 1943

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Shell Dressing dated September 1943

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Shell Dressing dated September 1943

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One pair grey wool socks, typical pattern

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C.B. Kent & Sons 1943 Bristle Whalebone fibre hairbrush, broad-arrow marked

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C.B. Kent & Sons 1943 Bristle Whalebone fibre hairbrush, broad-arrow marked

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C.B. Kent & Sons 1943 Bristle Whalebone fibre hairbrush, broad-arrow marked

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C.B. Kent & Sons 1943 Bristle Whalebone fibre hairbrush, broad-arrow marked

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Spare leather boot laces. As used on issue “ammo” boots

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Face veil/kerchief.  This item is commonly referred to as a “sniper’s face veil” but was commonly used as a neckerchief by the average infantryman. Loose-knit camouflage netting approximately one foot by four feet.

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KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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Knife from the KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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Knife from the KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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Knife from the KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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Knife from the KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England” and Stainless Steel

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Knife from the KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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Fork from the KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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Fork from the KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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Fork from the KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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Fork from the KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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Fork from the KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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Spoon from the KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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Spoon from the KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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Spoon from the KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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KFS (knife-fork-spoon) set marked “Richards COMPACTUM Sheffield England”

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Nesting mess tins. Consisting of two nesting tin-plated steel cooking dishes in UNUSED condition, both dated 1945, MMS and broad-arrow marked

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Nesting mess tins. Consisting of two nesting tin-plated steel cooking dishes in UNUSED condition, both dated 1945, MMS and broad-arrow marked

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Nesting mess tins. Consisting of two nesting tin-plated steel cooking dishes in UNUSED condition, both dated 1945, MMS and broad-arrow marked

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Nesting mess tins. Consisting of two nesting tin-plated steel cooking dishes in UNUSED condition, both dated 1945, MMS and broad-arrow marked

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Nesting mess tins. Consisting of two nesting tin-plated steel cooking dishes in UNUSED condition, both dated 1945, MMS and broad-arrow marked

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Green Pouch containing Signal/Shaving Mirror

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Green Pouch containing Signal/Shaving Mirror

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Signal/shaving mirror - highly polished steel approx three by four inches. It has a grommetted hole in the center which was used as a sighting hole for signaling, and an un-grommetted hole near one end for hanging. The mirror is marked WTL (broad arrow) 194?

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Signal/shaving mirror - highly polished steel approx three by four inches. It has a grommetted hole in the center which was used as a sighting hole for signaling, and an un-grommetted hole near one end for hanging. The mirror is marked WTL (broad arrow) 194?

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Signal/shaving mirror - highly polished steel approx three by four inches. It has a grommetted hole in the center which was used as a sighting hole for signaling, and an un-grommetted hole near one end for hanging. The mirror is marked WTL (broad arrow) 194?

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“Housewife” sewing kit

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“Housewife” sewing kit - A small canvas pouch with a patch of serge material intended to hold needles, including the following items: Two balls of grey darning wool to mend issue socks, six battledress-sized plastic buttons,
six undershirt-sized plastic buttons, brass thimble, 50-yard spool of grey linen thread, packet of four needles, sewing, and one needle, darning. Needles are in sealed foil inner packet and outer packet is broad-arrow marked


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“Housewife” sewing kit - marked "M.J.C.&S." under the patch of serge material

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“Housewife” sewing kit - marked "M.J.C.&S." under the patch of serge material

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“Housewife” sewing kit - Pure Linen Thread - Grey

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“Housewife” sewing kit - Pure Linen Thread - Grey

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“Housewife” sewing kit - Brass thimble with "2" stamped on it

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“Housewife” sewing kit - Brass thimble with "2" stamped on it

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“Housewife” sewing kit - Two balls of grey darning wool to mend issue socks. Packet of four needles, sewing, and one needle, darning. Needles are in sealed foil inner packet and outer packet is broad-arrow marked

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“Housewife” sewing kit - Packet of four needles, sewing, and one needle, darning. Needles are in sealed foil inner packet and outer packet is broad-arrow marked

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“Housewife” sewing kit - Packet of four needles, sewing, and one needle, darning. Needles are in sealed foil inner packet and outer packet is broad-arrow marked

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“Housewife” sewing kit - Packet of four needles, sewing, and one needle, darning. Needles are in sealed foil inner packet and outer packet is broad-arrow marked

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“Housewife” sewing kit - Six battledress-sized plastic buttons and six undershirt-sized plastic buttons

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“Housewife” sewing kit - patch of serge material intended to hold needles

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Grooming kit - A canvas case holding day-to-day grooming items

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Grooming kit - A canvas case holding day-to-day grooming items

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Grooming kit - Button stick, made of phenolic material. These were used to place behind brass buttons on uniforms to protect the cloth from brass polish while the buttons were being shined.  Marked with WD and broad-arrow, but not dated

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Grooming kit - Button stick, made of phenolic material. These were used to place behind brass buttons on uniforms to protect the cloth from brass polish while the buttons were being shined.  Marked with WD and broad-arrow, but not dated

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Grooming kit - Safety razor, MM&S marked, 1944 dated with broad-arrow

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Grooming kit - Safety razor, MM&S marked, 1944 dated with broad-arrow

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Grooming kit - Safety razor, MM&S marked, 1944 dated with broad-arrow

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Grooming kit - Safety razor, MM&S marked, 1944 dated with broad-arrow

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Grooming kit - box of five unused “Howard” brand double-edged razor blades, as imported to the UK from the United States

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Grooming kit - box of five unused “Howard” brand double-edged razor blades, as imported to the UK from the United States

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Grooming kit - box of five unused “Howard” brand double-edged razor blades, as imported to the UK from the United States

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Grooming kit - box of five unused “Howard” brand double-edged razor blades, as imported to the UK from the United States

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Grooming kit - box of five unused “Howard” brand double-edged razor blades, as imported to the UK from the United States

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Grooming kit - Stick of shaving soap

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Grooming kit - Stick of shaving soap

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Grooming kit - Toothbrush, 1945 dated with broad-arrow mark, nylon. All the genuine toothbrushes of this vintage appear to be cracking and bubbling

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Grooming kit - Toothbrush, 1945 dated with broad-arrow mark, nylon. All the genuine toothbrushes of this vintage appear to be cracking and bubbling

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Grooming kit - Toothbrush, 1945 dated with broad-arrow mark, nylon. All the genuine toothbrushes of this vintage appear to be cracking and bubbling

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Grooming kit - Toothbrush, 1945 dated with broad-arrow mark, nylon. All the genuine toothbrushes of this vintage appear to be cracking and bubbling

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Grooming kit - Toothbrush, 1945 dated with broad-arrow mark, nylon. All the genuine toothbrushes of this vintage appear to be cracking and bubbling

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Grooming kit - Toothbrush, 1945 dated with broad-arrow mark, nylon. All the genuine toothbrushes of this vintage appear to be cracking and bubbling

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Grooming kit - Toothbrush, 1945 dated with broad-arrow mark, nylon. All the genuine toothbrushes of this vintage appear to be cracking and bubbling

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Grooming kit - Toothbrush, 1945 dated with broad-arrow mark, nylon. All the genuine toothbrushes of this vintage appear to be cracking and bubbling

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Grooming kit - Shaving brush, 1945 dated with broad-arrow mark

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Grooming kit - Shaving brush, 1945 dated with broad-arrow mark

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Grooming kit - Shaving brush, 1945 dated with broad-arrow mark

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Grooming kit - Aluminium soap dish dated 1945 and is broad-arrow marked. Inside is a small lump of issue-style brown soap

Added feedback from David Cole:

"As you probably already know, the aluminium soap dish picture (Stores No CC 1114) is the 44 pattern developed in conjunction with the 44 pattern web equipment. The first general contract was let in 1945, and while this item was used extensively by the British Army in the Far East and Korea after the war, it is not typical of what the British Army used during WWII. I think perhaps you should note this to avoid people thinking that this is a typical WWII item."


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Grooming kit - Aluminium soap dish dated 1945 and is broad-arrow marked. Inside is a small lump of issue-style brown soap

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Grooming kit - Aluminium soap dish dated 1945 and is broad-arrow marked. Inside is a small lump of issue-style brown soap

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Grooming kit - Aluminium soap dish dated 1945 and is broad-arrow marked. Inside is a small lump of issue-style brown soap

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Grooming kit - Aluminium soap dish dated 1945 and is broad-arrow marked. Inside is a small lump of issue-style brown soap

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Grooming kit - Aluminium soap dish dated 1945 and is broad-arrow marked. Inside is a small lump of issue-style brown soap

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Grooming kit - Aluminium soap dish dated 1945 and is broad-arrow marked. Inside is a small lump of issue-style brown soap

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Grooming kit - Tin of “Gibb’s Dentifrice” toothpowder, full

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Grooming kit - Tin of “Gibb’s Dentifrice” toothpowder, full

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Grooming kit - Tin of “Gibb’s Dentifrice” toothpowder, full

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Grooming kit - Tin of “Gibb’s Dentifrice” toothpowder, full

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Grooming kit - Tin of “Gibb’s Dentifrice” toothpowder, full

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Grooming kit - Tin of “Gibb’s Dentifrice” toothpowder, full

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Grooming kit - Tin of “Gibb’s Dentifrice” toothpowder, full

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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Grooming kit - “Altoids” tin.  Inside are two Bank of England one pound notes; three three-penny pieces, dated 1942, 1943 and 1945; three farthings, two dated 1941 and one 1943, and one very small three-penny piece, silver in color, dated 1940

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1937 Pattern WWII British Haversack (empty) with only the Rain Cape folded inside

 
   
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