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6 results filtered with: Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
  • A finger-wound being attacked by germs represented by German soldiers in World War II. Colour lithograph after P. Mendoza, 1940.
  • A finger marked with a "lost property" sign, as a warning of the danger of looms to textile workers. Gouache painting attributed to John Bonella Third, 1949.
  • A boy walking with crutches, held in the palm of a hand, representing the responsibility of the motorist to avoid hitting pedestrians. Gouache painting by John Bonella Third, 1949.
  • An infected hand being raised in salute to a skull, representing the fatal effect of septicaemia. Lithograph after Pat Keely, 1943.
  • German soldiers in World War II representing germs invading a wound, British soldiers representing white corpuscles resisting and capturing them. Colour lithograph after P. Mendoza, 1943.
  • Eyes cannot be replaced / issued by the Ministry of Labour and National Service and produced by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents ; [designed by G.R. Morris].