The IRAS Point Source Catalogue containing about 250,000 sources has yielded a large number of previously unknown planetary nebulae (PNe) and a smaller number of proto-planetary nebulae (PPNe). The spectral energy distributions for many of these objects peak at or close to 25μm. A program to optically identify sources in the complete IRAS Faint Source Database, which comprises about 750,000 sources, is currently under way (Wolstencroft et al. 1991), and in a related study Wolstencroft, Parker & Lonsdale are carrying out a spectroscopic survey of a small sample of the approximately 106,000 sources which either peak or are detected only at 25μm. So far spectra of 150 sources have been obtained: 3 of these sources are PNe and 1 is a PPNe. This suggests that this sample of 25μm emitters may be a rich source of new PNe and PPNe. In this note we discuss two of these four sources.