WW2 British Factory Department Home Office Complete First Aid Kit

WW2 British Factory Department Home Office Complete First Aid Kit

Code: 13001

£500.00 Approx $605.33, €580.05, £500
(1 in stock)
 
For sale is a rare WW2 British Pharmaceutical Factory Department Home Office Complete First Aid Kit. This Factory Department Home Office Complete First Aid Kit September 1930 Dated. This first aid kit was used in a factory or industrial setting where injuries from heavy machinery,chemicals, and sharp equipment were real possibilities. The inscriptions on the inside attached poster reads “Factory Department Home Office September 1930 Form 923”. The Factory Department (established 1844) of the Home Office was responsible for inspecting factories and the working conditions of employees (including sanitary conditions). These factories would have been producing munitions,vehicle parts, items for the war effort Etc. This is an exceptional piece which holds all wartime 1930s to 1940s pharmaceutical goods, tins and cartons in which most of these pieces also has there original medical contents to. 
 
This ww2 British home front medical kit, has all its contents, which makes it a perfect for collectors, re-enactors, wartime pharmacy & factory displays Etc. Every item in this kit is guaranteed original and period prices from the 1920s to early 1940s. 
 
The full contents of this kit can be found below:
 
1. Aromatic spirit of Sal volatile bottle boots (partial contents)
 
2. Spirit of Sal volatile bottle by silver man mps (dried contents)
 
3. Timcuture of iodine b.p F Stratford bottle (partial contents)
 
4. Eye drops-cocaine-0.5 percent, (full unopened contents with original cardboard protective packaging stating “eye drops factory act solution no 1” also includes applying brush”). Manufactured by Gale Baiss Co. The outer card board packing states “eye drops factory act solution no 1” the bottom of the bottle reads “1/2 17”. The bottle label is very faded however with UV light the label In a red ink is readable and it states “para 23 eye drops . Correct .......air brush strokes local quantity MG poison cocaine 0.5 Gale baiss & co ltd. manufacturing chemists London, SE 15”. To be used when chemicals or foreign objects entered the eye, this solution would help minimise damage, stop pain and clear the eye of any foreign objects or liquids. This is an exceptionally rare piece. That also comes with its camel hair applying brush. 
 
5. Metal divider from the first aid box, in which the watch can attach.
 
6. Wooden first aid box wall hanging with original poster “form 923 September 1930 first aid treatment of minor injuries factory department home office.” 
 
7. Original denim fire guard armband 
 
8. Pair of original warden stitched shoulder titles 
 
9. Silver hallmarked ARP air raid precautions badge. British Home Front Cleary Silver Hallmarked London 1936 R.J ARP Air Raid Precautions Badge. In excellent condition. This Silversmith Is a rare Maker, R.J is Initials are those of Sir Robert Arthur Johnson, Deputy Master and Comptroller of the Royal Mint from 1922 to 1938.
 
10. 1930s fire brigade union enamel membership button badge 
 
11. Silver Hallmarked Ladies Swiss made 925 purity, George Stockwell made, London export dated 1924. Working well. Numbers/ hours marked with gold points, 12 hour marked in red. No strap as such, looks like they’ve used a bandage to attach to metal divider. 
 
12. Folding/ travelling sciccors 
 
13. Small green oil can 
 
14. Ever Readr battery registeredtrade mark battery 1 1/2 v U2 made in British with original paper label
 
15. Ever Readr battery registeredtrade mark battery 1 1/2 v U2 made in British with original paper label
 
16. Genasprin safe brand of aspirin tube and inner wool no tablets 
 
17. Horlicks tablets, Horlicks Ltd slough bucks empty tin
 
18. Memoirs aromatic extra quality empty tin 
 
19. Solila, the amalgated dental co Ltd complete unused pack with 6 glass viles. 
 
20. Band aid tin sterile germ free Johnson and Johnson (partial contents)
 
21. Elastoplast First aid dressings tin (most contents) 
 
22. 5 x sterilised medium euflavine lint Standard dressing number 11 Bpc boxes, bandages inside with original paper wrap good condition to some opened.
 
23. 3 x The ferris wheel for medium brown dressing Bpc number eight sterilised, boxed, paper wrap and bandage 
 
24. BPC boric acid in sterilised finger dressing standard dressing number seven in original box, paper wrap and dressing good condition.
 
25. The fairest welfare number for dressing PPC small size sterilised  in good condition unopened box, paper wrap and bandage.
 
26. The first welfare number five sterilised wound dressing opened box, paper wrap and bandage, fair condition.
 
27. Wound dressing flexible medium BPC stand dressing no4, original packaging plaster and contents unopened.
 
28. Blue Gillette blade King Gillette, paper wrap, inside paper wrap and unused singleblade.
 
29. 2 x Dalzo lastic elastic adhesive first-aid dressing for small  wounds Bpc in original rice paper wrap unopened with plasters contents.
 
30. No7 seven sterilise Bpc boots original carton, inside wrap and bandage.
 
31. New skin reg trade mark antiseptic waterproof coating for cuts scrapes and abrasions carton, bottle with full contents and instructions.
 
32. Unused boracic acid tin with full contents
 
33. Surgeons zinc oxide adhesive plaster tin with full contents (rice paper packing sheets and adhesive plaster). Mint condition.
 
34. Unopened Standard dressing number 13 PPC small plane wound dressing.
 
35. Unopened Union Jack corn paste tin full contents.
 
36. Unopened Cheesebrough manufacturing co Ltd Vaseline petroleum jelly London tin and full contents.
 
37. Unopened red diamond brand zinc ointment tin and full contents.
 
38. Unused carnation corn caps box, instructions and full contents.
 
39. Two finger leather support gloves with stretching band clips.
 
Attached to the inside of the first aid box is a factory department home office instructions poster titled:
 
“FORM 923. September, 1930.
 
FIRST AID
 
FACTORY DEPARTMENT Home Office.
 
TREATMENT OF MINOR INJURIES”
 
In which the inside poster concludes: 
 
“For fuller information see Home Office Pamphlet on First Aid and Ambulance at Factories and Workshops, price 4d. net, by post 5d. (published by H.M. Stationery Office).”
 
This will be sent via express 48 Parcel force and dispatched within two working days. Please check my eBay for more great British wartime home front collectables! Also happy to do deals on multiple orders!