OLDisNEW Thursday – 1920’s FIRST AID to the Injured Book

This little book is in excellent condition. It is fully illustrated and has a grand fold out skeleton on the inside front cover. This book belonged to my Great uncle George Doyle. It has been in my family for three maybe four generations.

1920 first aid to injured book fold out skeleton

About the book

  • The binding, hardbound cover, spine and pages are all INTACT.
  • No Dust Jacket
  • -Size – 4 1/4″ by 5 1/4″ or 108mm by 135mm by
  • 227 pages with a BONUS 29 pages of period advertisements for medical equipment, uniform and a price list bound directly into the book.
  • No foreign markings or inscriptions within the book
  • Slight stain on both the top and side of book pages visible slightly on some pages when opened.
  • Black linen style hardcover with white embossed printing with some wear on side and bottom.
  • First aid to the injured book 1920 cover

    Otherwise a great collector’s book!!!

    On the opening page:

    “Arranged according to the revised syllabus of the first aid course of the Saint John Ambulance by Colonel sir James Cantlie…
    Thirty sixth edition, revised 1919 by a sub-committee….
    The ST. John Ambulance Association,
    St. John’s Gate, Clerkenwell, E.C.1.
    W.H. & L.C. 75,000/9/1920″


    1920’s FIRST AID to the Injured Book is listed for sale in the OLDisNEW shop.

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    12 thoughts on “OLDisNEW Thursday – 1920’s FIRST AID to the Injured Book”

    1. I have a 1905 eight edition of the above book in excellent condition and would like to know its value to a collector

    2. I would suggest searching around on ebay as that is how I deciphered the value of my book.

      Your’s likely could be more valuable as it is older than the one I had.

    3. Hi

      I am interested in getting this book. Do U still have it? I am a St. John Member of Singapore. Maybe I know whether they have Transportation of casualties in it?

      Thank You
      James Neo

    4. first aid edition 3rd edition. revised 1901. First Aid To The Injured might this be of interest?

    5. Hi Terry

      No thanks, I am not a collector of first aid books hence the reason I sold this one. Thank you though.

    6. I’d say about $50ish or so. Check on ebay what they are going for these days to be sure. It may be $25 but it may be higher.

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