Good WW2 pattern black cotton example bearing applied red felt M P with adjustable brass press stud closures. Lined with similar material
Good scarce white linen issue bearing black stencilled ARP. Two elasticated securing strips. Fully lined with white linen
Good scarce white embroidered sans serif lettering on black felt, cotton lined, issue with adjustable black braided strap and tongue (buckle by Prima)
A good original early WW2 printed example. The ends stitched together to form a band. Good condition.
After the German forces invaded Holland and Belgium on the 10th May 1940 an appeal was made on the 14th May by Anthony Eden for men between the age of seventeen and sixty-five to join a new force known as the 'Local Defence Volunteers'. After only seventy days of existence on the 23rd July 1940 the name was changed to the 'Home Guard'.
A good printed example, yellow printed letters on dark blue.
A good printed example, red printed letters on dark blue. VGC
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