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  1. 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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    $195.00
  2. G217 British No. 19 Percussion hand grenade sectioned

    British No. 19 Percussion hand grenade sectioned
    This is the sectioned body with fuze stem for a British No. 19 percussion grenade. Easily researchable to see what it looked like when complete with handle, fabric tails and percussion fuze cap. This was a very dangerous grenade to use and became obsolete very early in WW One.
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    $395.00
  3. G195 British No. 22Mk1 Newton Pippin rod grenade

    British No. 22Mk1 Newton Pippin  rod grenade
    British No. 22Mk1 Newton Pippin rod grenade. Original, not a replica. Made in England from June 1915 and declared obsolete in Nov.1918. It had a bad reputation for premature detonation because the firing cap would set back upon discharge from the rifle. Rod appears to be a replacement but otherwise in very good condition, empty and inert.
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    $495.00
  4. G204 British No. 36 Grenade WWII, White Throwing Practice

    British No. 36 Grenade WWII, White Throwing Practice
    36 grenade, painted white indicating a practice "throwing" grenade. Also has several holes drilled in the body of the grenade. Original, authentic and completely inert.
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    $295.00
  5. G213 British No. 5 grenade cutaway

    British No. 5 grenade cutaway
    No. 5 grenade body is a dug up that has been cut away with a dummy fuze installed for display purposes. Does not disassemble, base plug is not removable, glued in place. Spoon and striker are correct.
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    $345.00
  6. G214 British No. 5 grenade WWI

    British No. 5 grenade WWI
    Original British World War One hand grenade, Mills Bomb No. 5. Body has some minor pitting, complete, empty and inert.
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    $395.00
  7. G202 British No. 68 Anti Tank Rifle Grenade

    British No. 68 Anti Tank Rifle Grenade
    Grenade, Rifle No. 68 /AT was a WW2 British anti-tank rifle grenade and the earliest shaped charge grenade. The design is simple with a thin conical charge shaping metal insert. Issued in 1940, it was capable of penetrating 52mm (2 inches) of armour. The fuse is armed by removing a pin in the tail which prevented the firing pin from flying forward and the grenade was launched from a cup discharger. This is an original, inert HE No. 68 MK VI AT grenade. One of the fins is clearly marked with No-68 ATI/L and 1942 is on another fin. There is also has a small ‘pdc’ mark in an oval near the base of one of the fins (A and F Pears Limited, Die Casting Co, Peterborough). The projectile retains most of its original light yellow paint. Very uncommon item.
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    $895.00
  8. 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
  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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    $395.00
  10. G146 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 and string. Grenade canister is in Good overall condition but is rusted to handle. Wood handle is dark in colour and rough condition. Endcap is the winter type made to be gripped with gloves, and is in poor condition. Interesting artifact WWII.
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    $495.00
  11. G158 German Stick Grenade, Training

    German Stick Grenade, Training
    WWI era Stick training grenade. Original, no markings or date.
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    $95.00
  12. G226 No. 35 Mk 1 Grenade, Canadian, Montreal Munitions

    No. 35 Mk 1 Grenade, Canadian,  Montreal Munitions
    No. 36 Grenade Mk 1 Canadian, Montreal Munitions. Body and lever both stamped M for manufacture by Montreal Munitions, dated 1943. Original varnish on body with much original paint markings visible.
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    $375.00
  13. G227 No. 35 Mk 1 Grenade, Canadian, FW

    No. 35 Mk 1 Grenade, Canadian, FW
    No. 36 Grenade Mk 1 Canadian Frost & Woods. Body and lever marked FW (Frost and Woods). internals and base plug dated 1943.
    Original varnish and paint on body
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    $375.00
  14. G211 No. 36 Mk 1 Grenade

    No. 36 Mk 1 Grenade
    FW marked grenade body, drilled and repaired. Lever is SG & Co. All original parts. Empty and inert.
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    $245.00
  15. G206 No. 36 Mk 1 Grenade IBR

    No. 36 Mk 1 Grenade IBR
    British manufactured No. 36 grenade. Maker believed to be IBR, Ideal Boilers & Radiators. Original varnish finish, some original paint remains. Lever maker is partly obscured but appears to be A. M. & Co. (A. Marston & Company) another British maker. Empty and inert.
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    $345.00
  16. G208 No. 36 Mk 1 grenade, broken

    No. 36 Mk 1 grenade, broken
    Canadian manufacture by FW (Frost & Woods). Complete but drilled and broken as shown in photo. Empty and inert.
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    $185.00
  17. G209 No. 36 Mk 1 Grenade, C/A

    No. 36 Mk 1 Grenade, C/A
    Original 36 grenade, complete, empty and inert. Body is C/A marked for Callenders Abbots Foundry Co Ltd Glasgow and lever is K with stars for A. Kenrick & Sons.
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    $295.00
  18. G198 No. 36 Mk 1 grenade, FW

    No. 36 Mk 1 grenade, FW
    World War II era 36 grenade. Lever and body marked FW, Canadian company Frost & Woods. Complete except for fuze. Repainted. Empty and inert.
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    $345.00
  19. G207 No. 36 Mk 1 Grenade, FW

    No. 36 Mk 1 Grenade, FW
    Body is FW maker, a Canadian grenade manufacturer in Eastern Ontario, Canada, Frost & Woods. Lever is B.G. & Co. an unidentified British maker. Body is drilled. Base plug is Mark 2 with large hole. Empty and inert.
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  20. G228 No. 36 Mk 1 Grenade, Montreal Munitions 1943

    No. 36 Mk 1 Grenade, Montreal Munitions 1943
    Manufactured at Montreal Munitions in 1943. Original finish. Body and lever marked with M. Excellent condition with original varnish and paint marking intact. Empty and inert.
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    $375.00

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