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- Colt's Patent Firearms Manufacturing Co, Hartford, CT, USA
- British Aerospace
- M A S
- B M B
- A and F Pears Limited
- Avon Rubber Co
- B W & M Ltd
- Peterborough Die Casting Co, Peterborough
- Peterborough Die-Casting Co, Peterborough
- Princep Engineering Co, Birmingham
- W Ottway & Co Ltd
- A J White, London
- Addison Industries, Canada
- Barringer Willis Manners Ltd
- Briggs Motor Bodies Ltd, Dagenham
- Dunlop Ltd
- E C & Co Ltd
- E R Watts & Son
- F D Limited
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- J Mills and Sons, London
- London and Birmingham CompanyLtd
- London and Birmingham Rubber Company (respirator) M E L (haversack)
- Matra BAe Dynamics
- P C and Co
- Peterborough Die-Casting C0, Peterborough
- Peterborugh Die-Casting Co, Peterborough
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(Equipment) Made by: W and G 1945
canvas carrier, respirator with canister black rubber mask with attached canister, no connecting tube, light green carrier with one small external pocket and one small internal pocket. Back of mask strap marked (printed): 'No L 2 W. & G. 1945...
(Equipment) Made by: Briggs Motor Bodies Ltd, Dagenham 1944
Red metal petrol can with rubber plug with special spout.
No description available
(Vehicles, aircraft and ships)
Approximately 1/8th scale wood and metal model of an Austin K2 Ambulance, painted green with white circle and red cross markings. Doors open to reveal detailed interior, including two detachable stretchers
The Proto self-contained breathing apparatus comprises a chest mounted canvas covered ‘breathing bag’, oxygen cylinders, supply tubes, a nose clip, a mouth-piece, and a skull cap.
(Equipment) Made by: W.D. Wireless Factory No 4 : Soho W No 2
British Army 1914-1918 period wireless Spark Gap transmitter. Made by the War Department Factory, Soho W Number 2. Part of a ground transmitting station and believed to be a development of the Type 52 Sterling Set airborne transmitter.
(uniforms and insignia)
Bowl-shaped steel helmet with non-magnetic rim, fitted with black American cloth liner and canvas chinstrap. Some of the edging to the liner is very worn, exposing bare cloth, whilst some external paintwork to the shell is scuffed.
(Weapons and ammunition) 1915
Inflation Collar D Day
A metal container with leather carrying straps, fitted with a flexible rubber hose and metal spray nozzle.