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Article about: G'day all Here's an obscurity for you, only pair I've seen 45 dated I think and V345?? I'm guessing for barracks or hospital use? Also the button is usually found on great coats

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    G'day all

    Here's an obscurity for you, only pair I've seen 45 dated I think and V345?? I'm guessing for barracks or hospital use?
    Also the button is usually found on great coats
    Regards
    René

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    Now there is something you don't run across everyday...or ANY day...

    Pretty cool and nice find!

    But I always wonder about why we collect some of the stuff we do. We're pretty obsessive...sure there is even a collector out there for WW2 issued toilet paper!
    "Please", Thank You" and proper manners appreciated

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    Are these the ones that I have seen listed as munition workers over-shoes?
    Nice find.

    Toilet paper? Only unused examples!

    Oz.

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    Quote by Ubique View Post
    Are these the ones that I have seen listed as munition workers over-shoes?
    Nice find.

    Toilet paper? Only unused examples!

    Oz.
    not sure? but good question! I've owned these for at least 15 years maybe longer
    Regards
    René

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    Type "military slippers" into a search engine and all sorts of good things show up!! ( I'll have a pair of these thanks! )

    Shall I get my pipe and smokers jacket and see you in the Gentlemen's club then Rene???

    Cheers, Dan
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    HEHEHE ahh you're a prick Dan - Love it!! ----Get back to work you
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    Regards
    René

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    I've seen these too on eBay as munitions handler's slippers. But only unused examples...

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