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  1. G303 Austrian 1916 Stick grenade

    Austrian 1916 Stick grenade
    Very uncommon grenade. Austrian M-16, smooth tube, cast iron canister or pipe type grenade. The M-16 employed a cardboard handle that had an internal pull string fuze. The Austrian M-16 applied a narrow wire handle to the top of the grenade to be utilized by the troops to carry the grenade on their belt. The explosive head of the M-16 weighed 1.2 kilograms and employed metal balls internally mixed with the explosive material. The cardboard handle is gone and there are no internals to the grenade head. Completely inert.
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    $125.00
  2. G287 Austro Hungarian Rifle Grenade

    Austro Hungarian Rifle Grenade
    Called the Zeitzunder Gewergranate this was a time fuzed rod grenade fired from a rifle during World War One. This model is the first variant heavily serrated fragmentation grenade. Remarkably complete except for the pull igniter. Rod appears original. Empty and inert. Shown inserted into Steyr 1895 rifle for illustration only, rifle is not included.
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    $495.00
  3. G353 British No. 3 Mk 1 rod grenade – cutaway

    British No. 3 Mk 1 rod grenade – cutaway
    Iconic model British World War One rod grenade fired from an infantry rifle using a blank, grenade launching cartridge. Cutaway as shown in photos. The cutting is not an “official” modification but likely the reaction of an over-sensitive collector to the unreasonably and ignorance of the state.
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    $595.00
  4. G337 British No. 5 Grenade (Mills Bomb) Cutaway

    British No. 5 Grenade (Mills Bomb) Cutaway
    Called the iconic hand grenade of the 20th Century the Mills Bomb in its different models is universally recognized and historically significant. This specimen is the No. 5 Mk 1, cut away for training purposes it contains a inert dummy fuze. Base plug is well marked and dated 11/16. Empty and inert.
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    $595.00
  5. G161 German 1914 Rifle Grenade fuze (fuse)

    German 1914 Rifle Grenade fuze (fuse)
    VG+ original and complete (totally inert) fuze assembly for the Imperial German Karabingranate M 1914. This fuze represented new techology for the Germans as a true percussion fuze with inertia arming system. It is supplied with the very rare two pronged safety pin which was removed prior to inserting into the grenade to arm it. Two reference images have been attached to this listing to clarify the fuze positioning.
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    $195.00
  6. G322 German 1914 Rod Grenade Body

    German 1914 Rod Grenade Body
    The German Model 1914 rod grenade was a very advanced ordnance item for the era. It has a complicated and well made nose fuze as well as a cup shaped ranging disk on the launching rod. The nose fuze is very advanced yet simple to use. The safety pin is removed from the fuze, screwed into the grenade and it’s ready to launch from a rifle. The ranging disk has 3 positions to determine the distance of travel. This specimen is the grenade body only with a cap where the nose fuze screws in. Very interesting WWI artifact. Rod grenades were replaced by cup discharger grenades in 1917.
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    $195.00
  7. German M24 grenade fragmentation sleeve

    German M24 grenade fragmentation sleeve
    Smooth version known as the SS model was introduced in 1942 by the SS. Later versions were segmented. This specimen is original in relic condition resplendent in rust.
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    $50.00
  8. German M24 Grenade fragmentation sleeve

    German M24 Grenade fragmentation sleeve
    Original segmented fragmentation sleeve slides over the cannister of the German M24 (potato masher) grenade and is held in place by clip shown in photo. This specimen has been excavated, as many were, and evidence of pitting is on interior of sleeve. Only one of the three attachment clips has survived.
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    $195.00
  9. G224 German Model 1914 Rod grenade body with fired fuze

    German Model 1914 Rod grenade body with fired fuze
    The German Model 1914 rod grenade was a very advanced ordnance item for the era. It has a complicated and well made nose fuze as well as a cup shaped ranging disk. The nose fuze is very advanced yet simple to use. The safety pin is removed from the fuze, screwed in to the grenade and it’s ready to launch. The ranging disk had 3 positions to determine the distance of travel. This specimen is supplied with a fired fuze. The ranging disk and rod are missing. Very interesting WWI artifact. Rod grenades were replaced by cup discharger grenades in 1917.
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    $295.00
  10. G329 German Model 1915 World War One Discus hand grenade (Discushandgranaten)

    German Model 1915 World War One Discus hand grenade (Discushandgranaten)
    The Model of 1915 Discushandgranaten, also called the Turtle grenade. Very interesting WWI grenade. VG+ condition. Completely inert.
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    $495.00
  11. G317 German Model 1915 World War One Discus hand grenade (Discushandgranaten)

    German Model 1915 World War One Discus hand grenade (Discushandgranaten)
    Model of 1915 Discushandgranaten commonly called the Turtle grenade. Very interesting WWI grenade. VG condition. Completely inert.
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    $495.00
  12. G274 German Model 1924 (M24) stick grenade

    German Model 1924 (M24) stick grenade
    German World War Two Model 24 (M24) stick grenade. Original with ceramic ball, no string. Grenade canister is in Good overall condition, about 80% original paint with bubbling of paint from corrosion beneath. Canister is fused to the handle so that it does not unscrew. Wood handle in very good condition marked “43 brb” with chip to lower end of handle. End cap has Waffenamt stamp. Empty and inert. Interesting artifact of WWII.
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    $595.00
  13. G275 German Model 1924 (M24) Stick Hand Grenade

    German Model 1924 (M24) Stick Hand Grenade
    German World War Two Model 24 (M24) stick grenade. Original with ceramic ball, no string. Grenade canister is in Good overall condition, about 95% original paint with thin vertical crack and marked on top “358-A-351”. Canister unscrews from handle and has remnant of fuze housing. Wood handle in very good condition marked “RR 784-3”. Empty and inert. Interesting artifact of WWII.
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    $695.00
  14. G288 German Model 39b Smoke Hand Grenade

    German Model 39b Smoke Hand Grenade
    Designated a Nebelhandgranate (Smoke Hand Grenade) this model was created in 1939. This is the (b) variant with scalloped edges on the handle and a white band on the canister to aid identification at night. The holes in the bottom of the canister allow the smoke to escape when ignited. Very good original condition with marking visible on wooden handle and paint markings on canister. Has ceramic ball. Empty and inert. Uncommon to see these available.
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    $795.00
  15. G277 German World War Two Model 24 (M24) stick grenade

    German World War Two Model 24  (M24) stick grenade
    German World War Two Model 24 (M24) stick grenade. Original with ceramic ball and replacement string. End cap has Waffenamt stamp. Grenade canister is in Good overall condition with some original paint. Canister unscrews from handle and has remnant of fuze housing. Has slight dent to top of canister. Handle has faint marking a shown in photo. Empty and inert. Interesting artifact of WWII.
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    $595.00
  16. G345 German World War Two Model 24 (M24) stick grenade

    German World War Two Model 24 (M24) stick grenade
    Very nice early specimen with matching maker marks (RR517 1940) on canister and handle, 1940 dated. Waffenamt visible on handle as shown in photo. Canister is stencilled K4 9/40 in ink, still clearly visible. This specimen is unusual in that the canister has been emptied by uncrimping around the edge then recrimping, a very time consuming process and quite well done. There is no ceramic ball, string or fuze mechanism present. Aluminum end cap. A premium example of the Model 24 stick grenade. The canister has a thin coat of varnish so some restoration may be required by purchaser to remove this.
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    $1,195.00
  17. G278 German World War Two Model 24 (M24) stick grenade

    German World War Two Model 24 (M24) stick grenade
    Original with ceramic ball, no string. Grenade canister is in Good overall condition with some original paint, unscrews from handle and has remnant of fuze housing. Has slight dent to top of canister and is marked with date 1940 visible. Wooden handle is not marked. Empty and inert. Interesting artifact of WWII.
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    $495.00
  18. G346 German WW1 Practice Stick Grenade RARE

    German WW1 Practice Stick Grenade RARE
    Original Imperial German World War One Model 1916 practice grenade called Ubungs Stielhandgranate (Exercise Stick Hand Grenade). Canister has holes in it and is painted red to identify as inert. Heavy metal canister, thick handle and steel cap robust for re-use. Could also be used with the normal ceramic ball and string pull ignition and small spotting charge. This appears to be the “large head” version which is exceptionally rare. Canister is 11cm long (4 ¼ inches), diameter 68mm (2 11/16 inches). Overall length 36.5cm (14 ¼ inches). Markings on side of wooden handle include 5 ½ Sekunde (fuze time) and UB Sthdgr. B.
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    $1,395.00
  19. G232 German WWI Kugelhandgranate Model 1915 Na

    German WWI Kugelhandgranate Model 1915 Na
    Imperial German WWI hand grenade. The Model 1915 was the simplified version made in great numbers.
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    $345.00
  20. G231 German WWI Model 1917 Na Egg grenade

    German WWI Model 1917 Na Egg grenade
    Imperial German WWI Egg grenade known as the 1917 Eierhandgranate, a very popular and effective design that led the British to copy it with the egg shaped No. 34 grenade. Original and complete with uncommon complete fuze. Empty and Inert.
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    $295.00

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