An item of uniform that was loved by many a nurse over the years,a typical nurses cape,probably dating to the 1960s or 70s.This Black(? woollen) Cape, lined with a red material,has a collar and button front.It is of a longer length than magnet 42 inches/107cms.It retains the red cross over straps with button fixing,for securing it around the body.
The original label is for Wearwell Unifo... read more
World War One,Voluntary Aid Detatchment Nurse Brassards/Armbands
A Rare pair of First World War Brassards for a Voluntary Aid Detatchment Nurse.The pair would have been worn by a female VAD Nurse with the St John VAD to the left arm and the St John Ambulance to the right arm.In original and slightly worn condition as pictured but a rare survivor from over one hundred years ago. read more
Nurses SRN District Nurses Cap
A scarce District Nurses hat,which I believe may date to the 1930s.It is made of a dark felt type material and bears a cockade which features a bullion wire Badge with the entwined letters SRN.
A fairly small size being 220mm long.has an elasticated chin strap. read more
Queens Community Nurse Epaulette and SRN Badge
An unusual item being the shoulder epaulette from the uniform of a
"Queens"Community nurse.It is of a dark blue felt type material,backed by a leather fixing strap.It bears the shoulder title SRN for State Registered Nurse and has a metal screw back fixing button. read more