These gas masks for babies were developed during WW2 when it was important for all British citizens to carry gas protection in the case of an attack. Luckily these were never required to be used and were potentially dangerous to the babies, so it was just as well! They look terrifyingly sci fi right? The helmet part was made of steel.
This lady is carrying her two babies and they are definitely safe from an attack or Nottingham trams during a pandemic.
The pack consists of one miniature, cast in high quality pewter in one piece, sculpted by Alan Marsh. 28mm scale, single piece and fit great with all popular WW2 ranges. Provided unpainted, shown painted by John Morris.