'My Best Cellar' - SIGNED COPY
'My Best Cellar' - SIGNED COPY
A SIGNED COPY of Wilf's 261 page printed book, which includes photos & Wilf's drawings
Wilf' Lunn first came to public notice in 1942 when he won first prize in a 'War Baby' competition, which he believes was because he was shaped like a bomb. Raised by deaf parents in a cellar in Rastrick, Yorkshire, Wilf ‘, as a baby, quickly learnt that farting was better than crying for attracting their attention.

Reared on ‘potted nanny‘, ‘marrowfat pea muffs’ and ‘corporation pop’, in fear on the Brooke Street gang - who pushed drinking straws up frog’s bums to inflate them like balloons - Wilf’ survived (whilst marvelling at the adhesive powers of dried snot and Granny Annie’s pee disposal teapot) to fulfil his childhood ambition of having a beard.

Many years later, the film star, James Mason, advised Wilf to write about his bizarre life. This is part of it - to the age of eleven.