They don’t like it up ’em…

Second World War toilet paper featuring satirical pictures of Nazis, estimated at £80-100 in Chorley’s auction on November 19-20.

More refined items are available in Chorley’s Cotswolds Country House sale in Prinknash Abbey on November 19-20 but few will attract more attention than this rare survivor from the early 1940s: a roll of loo paper featuring satirical cartoons of characters from Nazi Germany.

Extracted from Antiques Trade Gazette | Roland Arkell

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Hitler is accompanied by the caption Now I’m Brownshirt All Over and Goering by the caption No Power On Earth Can Wipe Us Out. Oh No!

Foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop appears under the legend We Want Closer Relations with Britain. Don’t Worry. You’re Just About To Get Them.

This rare example of Second World War propaganda has an estimate of £80-100.

On a roll…

Catalogued handily as ‘unused’, a Second World War-style German army toilet roll and 12 ‘award issue boxes’ are estimated at £50-60 in Lockdales’ November 16-17 in Ipswich.