Auckland Junior Chamber of Commerce :It may be rubbish to you, but it can help to win the war! Save scrap metal. Assist our war effort. ... The uses of scrap metal will be dramatically portrayed at Weapons from Waste Exhibition to be held on the first f
Reference Number: Eph-B-WASTE-1942-01
Text with a humorous illustration showing enemy soldiers running from a cannon firing pots and pans. There is a list of metals required and where they are commonly found in the home. Below is a recommendation to save paper also.The metals required were: Copper, copper wire, brass, bronze, gunmetal, aluminium (kettles, saucepans), lead foil (to be found in chocolate wrappers, cigarette and film wrappers), aluminium foil (in tea packets, fishing sinkers, roof guttering or flashing), lead, tubes (which usually contained lead), zinc (case linings).
1 image, categorised under Offset printing, Ephemera and Fliers (Printed matter), related to Milne & Choyce Ltd, Auckland Junior Chamber of Commerce, World War, 1939-1945, Paper products, Recycling (Waste, etc.), Tin containers and Scrap metals.
Auckland Junior Chamber of Commerce :It may be rubbish to you, but it can help to win the war! Save scrap metal. Assist our war effort. ... The uses of scrap metal will be dramatically portrayed at Weapons from Waste Exhibition to be held on the first f, Reference Number Eph-B-WASTE-1942-01 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s)Offset print, navy on cream, on flier 275 x 147 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
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