A First World War original copy of Capt. Bruce Bairnsfather’s “Fragments From France” number four. Measuring approximately 29 cm by 25.5 cm, the magazine remains in excellent condition with no loose pages and spine intact. Named and dated to December 11th 1917, the magazine contains many prolific cartoons and comedic illustrations of life in the service and trenches. It is very difficult to find paper ephemera in as good condition being over 100 years old.
The Bystander’s Fragments From France Number Four By Capt. Bruce Bairnsfather
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SKU: A-0179 Categories: Allied Powers, Canada, Great Britain, and Commonwealth, Reference Books, The First World War 1914 - 1918 Tags: Bruce Bairnsfather, First World War, Paper, World War One, WW1
Constructed of hardened brown leather, a regimental sporran with accompanying belt. The sporran is assembled from multi-piece leather by running stitches, and rivets. Firmly stamped into the flap, the number 42 suggests issue to the 42nd Battalion CEF (Royal Highlanders of Canada).