WWII British Burma Blood Chit
The printed cotton blood chit is approximately 8 by 9 3/4 inches. It bears the flag that was used by Burma as a British Colony during the period of the Second World War and until 1948 above the rescue and reward wording in the Burmese language. The thin cotton chit was sewn to a heavier cotton backing. The chit shows spots and it is faded.