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1940's Reproduction Identity Book


1940's Victory Bar Banner 88cm x 18cm

Our 1940's Wartime memories Victory in Europe Bar Banner measures 88cm. Matching bunting available too

1940's Victory Celebrations Bunting 5.5m

1940's Victory Celebrations Bunting featuring Winston Churchill, measures 5.5m x 21cm

Air Raid Shelter Metal Sign 30cm x 40cm

Air Raid Shelter Metal Sign measures 40cm x 30cm

ARP Calling You Poster 76cm x 50cm

ARP Calling You Poster 76cm x 50cm, Reproduction Poster printed on heavy coated matt paper. Authentic looking reproduction. An early recruitment poster for the ARP and a delightful illustration.

Back the Great Attack Poster 76cm x50cm


Battle Of Britain Metal Sign 30cm x 40cm

Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Metal Sign measures 40cm x 30cm, by Trevor Mitchell

Black Plastic Bowler

adult size

D-Day Cricket Signalling Device

It was after the Airborne operation over Sicily in 1943 that Commander Taylor, the future general commanding the 101st Airborne Division (The Screaming Eagles), realized the importance of communication among the parachuted units in enemy territory. Scattered in various places, isolated paratroopers often had a hard time to find their comrades without risking exposure to enemy fire. The Americans reused the principle of a popular toy at the time, the ‘Cricket’ consisted of a steel spring blade emitting a click-clack when pressed and released (similar in sound to the insect). British manufactures were given an order of several thousand of the devices to be used by the 101st Airborne Division on D-Day. To use the device, it was squeezed, flexing the steel spring and making a 'click-clack'- asking for the identification. The response should be a double squeeze making two 'click-clacks'. If the response was not two ‘click-clacks’ the Para opened fire! This is a faithful reproduction of the original device. Watch the YouTube video

Dig for Victory Now Poster 76cm x 50cm

Dig for Victory was one of the most well known wartime slogans. Everyone from school children to pensioners were encouraged to grow their own vegetables to help the war effort. Dig for Victory Now 1940's Reproduction Poster measures 76cm x 50cm

Dig For Victory Poster 76cm x 50cm

A good quality reproduction poster of a rare wartime poster. "Dig For Victory" Great for an event or to frame. 76cm x 50cm

Display Flag 1.5m x 91cm - WW11 70th Anniversary 1945-2015

Our 1945- 2015 WWII 70th Anniversary Flag measures 150cm x 91cm. Perfect for Battle of Britain Memorial Day on July 12th 2015



Inflatable Spitfire 48cm x 40cm

An inflatable version of the famous WW2 fighter aircraft measures 48cm x 40cm

Keep Calm and Carry On Poster 76cm x 50cm

Keep Calm & Carry On 1940's Reproduction Poster measures 76cm x 50cm

Memorabilia Pack - Home Front

Contains: Clothes ration book, war emergency leaflet, household leaflets, postcard images, chart of gases information, railing receipt, plus trade cards.

Memorabilia Pack - RAF at War

Contains replica books, leaflets, paperwork, postcards and images

Memorabilia Pack - The Blitz

Contains: general advice leaflets, ARP booklet, body tag, Air Raid warden's letter, anti gas alarm card, fire precaution leaflet and a selection of trade cards and Blitz images.