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Emergency Ration – Bovril 1942 – FULL

WW2 British (Canadian) emergency ration tin FULL. Gilt metal tin contains still its large block of chocolate! Text on the lid reads ‘Emergency Ration – Purpose of Contents – To be consumed only when no other rations of any kind are procurable. To Open – Strip off band. Insert coin in corner groove and turn. Notice – not to be opened except on order of an officer’. The tin has surface wear and traces of usage. Maker marked with label Bovril Ltd and date of issue 1942. Used by the armed forces and RAF during WW2.

Not seen very often with chocolade!


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Weight 1000 g

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