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Strange Canadian/British Lid

Article about: Hi Mark, my Grandad served with the SJAB in WW2, as he was a WW1 Veteran. I have done a thread about him and there are pics of him in SJAB uniform. Search "Isaac Stevenson". Cheers

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    Hi Mark, my Grandad served with the SJAB in WW2, as he was a WW1 Veteran. I have done a thread about him and there are pics of him in SJAB uniform. Search "Isaac Stevenson".

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Thank you Adrian I will do that most definately .

    Regards Mark k

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    Can someone refresh my memory? I read on line a few days ago what DP&H stood for, but can not for the life of me remember what it was or where I saw that. I do recall it was a web site regarding Brit/Canadian tin lids.

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    GSW - General Steel Wares and alumimun goods.
    D P & H - Department of Pensions and Health.

    Not a 'combat' lid, per se, but a nice one.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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