WWII Driver's Licenses (Pair) and Ephemera- Rare!
Though these are not from my family, both my grandfathers served in WWII so this lot has a special significance for me. This is a pair of Canadian military driver’s licenses from the Great War. Both were issued to the same soldier - Gunner WP Blum in 1944 and 1945 from Petawawa Military Camp in Ontario, Canada. As these were being prepared for pictures it was discovered that not only is there still a needle stuck through some of the last pages in one license (very practical and resourceful of this soldier!) there was also an “On Duty” badge hidden in the back page pocket! These will be included to keep this all together. Both are in great shape for their age. Outer covers are sturdy and there is no damage to the spine. Pages all seem to be present and no rips, tears, or major creases were noted. Pages are uniform in colour. 6” x 4.5”