GAS MASKS & EQUIPMENT

warning: always be aware that old gas masks may contain traces of asbestos and should be handled with care and never worn.

British Hypo-Hood No. 1     currently being researched
Extremely rare example of the British Army's first gas hood. The central panel was found to be too weak and soon replaced with "goggle" eye pieces.


World War One British Army Folding Saw       150
Folding saw, two wooden handles, file and tool in leather case. The handles can be fitted into the saw for use. The two tools can also be slotted into the handles for use, to repair and maintain the saw.


1939 British Babies Gas Mask
      50



1939 British Babies Gas Mask       45
Stamped Z 28/3/38. Bag stamped VII WHITELEY'S 1942.


1939 British Babies Gas Mask       45
Stamp rubbed and hard to read. Bag stamped CIGO A3 ASR 41.
 

1939 British Babies Gas Mask No.4 MKIII (42)      35
Bag stamped B.C.M.LTD. 1941. Also with a similar mask but missing the rubber nose piece ("buy one get one free"!).
   

British Boxed Civilian Gas Mask       15
Stamped LOT A410 PBC NOV 19 1941. MEDIUM. (also includes a damaged mask in box as well)
("buy one get one free"!).