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    This was in the pocket of my 1951 dated 1949 pattern RAF battledress. If anyone can shed some light on this sewing kit. Thanks in advance.
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    Best Regards Tom

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    I Just love pocket finds.

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    Any little stamps or markings on the kit or contents?

    Oz

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    yes the legible numbers are 27593531 on the kit on the pencil it is marked H NO.596 royal sovereign "YELLOW HEX" Made in GT. Britain.
    I know as I am his brother.
    Edit: The numbers are in ink and look stamped.

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    I believe that it's the standard issue WW2 British sewing kit (housewife).
    This style of sewing kit dates back to WW1 I believe (possibly even before that).

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    Hope this helps.

    Cheers,
    Brad

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