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  1. AR507 57mm and 6 pdr drill cartridge M22

    57mm and 6 pdr drill cartridge M22
    Interesing and unique Inert drill round for the U.S. 57mm 6 Pounder Anti-Tank gun, known as the 57mm M1. This was the U.S. version of the British Ordnance QF (Quick Firing) 6-pounder Anti-Tank gun and this drill round was used for training by both countries. Completely inert, projectile is nicely marked. Steel case is not marked on the base.
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    $295.00
  2. AR573 6 pounder APCBC projectile

    6 pounder APCBC projectile
    Unfired, nicely marked on driving band APCBC 7cwt TPXIT SC11556, dated 1-44 BS Lot 43-D with British broad arrow. As used by the 6 pdr anti-tank gun. Note that 6 pdr is not marked on this projectile.
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    $295.00
  3. AR559 75mm Field Gun brass casing with projectile

    75mm Field Gun brass casing with projectile
    Brass case nicely marked on base, no primer. Case mouth dimpled around the circumference. Projectile is 75mm, chrome plated, driving band removed. No fuze. Interesting artifact.
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    $265.00
  4. AR521 75mm French round

    75mm French round
    World War One 75mm unfired projectile, unmarked. Comes with reproduction brass fuze attached. Case is 75mm case of Finnish origin, sandblasted by the Finns for re-use. All empty and inert.
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    $285.00
  5. AR562 75mm round

    75mm round
    WWI era 75mm field gun round. Projectile unmarked, unfired Appears to be chrome plated at some point and there is a hole in the bottom suggesting it spent part of its life as a lamp. Brass casing nicely marked with primer, good condition. Empty and inert.
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    $185.00
  6. AR429 Artillery Cartridge Case Primer cutaway

    Artillery Cartridge Case Primer cutaway
    Uncommon cutaway primer for large shell casing. Inert.
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    $95.00
  7. 40mm-113 Bofors 40mm AA gun cast aluminum 4 round clip

    Bofors 40mm AA gun cast aluminum 4 round clip
    Original clip 1953 dated holds 4 rounds 40mm Bofors ammunition.
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    $45.00
  8. Booby trap pull switch

    Booby trap pull switch
    Original pull switch as used in booby traps. Used, good condition. Empty and inert. One only.
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    $75.00
  9. AR558 British 2 pounder AP projectile

    British 2 pounder AP projectile
    Solid shot armour piercing anti-tank projectile in British service prior to and during WW2. Unfired, excellent condition and nicely marked. Driving band markings AP 2pr VIT STC 8834 BS D4A 9-42 with a broad arrow. Presumably the 9-42 is manufacture date of September 1942 with 8/44 stencilled in red on the projectile. Completely inert, no tracer element remains.
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    $295.00
  10. AR287 British 3 inch mortar round cutaway

    British 3 inch mortar round cutaway
    WWII 3 inch mortar round that has been cutaway at the forward 1/3 of the bomb. No fuze. Empty and completely Inert.
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    $195.00
  11. F120 British Percussion fuze 119B

    British Percussion fuze 119B
    Functions as delay action or graze fuze. Marked 191B Mk 10 M1/C broad arrow Sc/C 3/45 310. Used on the 25 pounder and 3.7 inch projectiles. Disassembles, empty and inert.
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    $195.00
  12. AR528 British RAF WW2 Bakelite practice bomb

    British RAF WW2 Bakelite practice bomb
    Used from the 1930's this 8 1/2 pound practice bomb had a body made of Bakelite (plastic) with light tin fins. For practice use it was filled with weighting material such as lead balls. This specimen is empty and does not disassemble easily so we have not attempted to take it apart but it is obviously very light and empty. Used by RAF and some allied countries.
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    $295.00
  13. F119 British Time and Percussion Fuze 222B

    British Time and Percussion Fuze 222B
    A versatile WWII fuze used with HE and SMOKE shells for air burst. Very good condition. Empty and inert.
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    $195.00
  14. F118 British Time Fuze No. 400 Mk II N

    British Time Fuze No. 400 Mk II N
    Time fuze for naval use on star shells. Interwar era (late 1920). Simple construction with brass fuze cover in very good condition. Very similar to the British No. 198 time fuze but different time ring configuration internally. Nicely marked, manufactured by NCR (National Cash Register) and dated 3-42 (March 1942). Empty and inert.
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    $195.00
  15. F112 British Time fuze No. 80

    British Time fuze No. 80
    Unmarked on side of fuze body but bottom is marked 80 VII, W.M. Co, BMC, 547 and 17 which is probably the date of manufacture 1917. Fired, inert, appears to be battlefield pickup.
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    $165.00
  16. F124 British Time Fuze No. 80

    British Time Fuze No. 80
    Bottom is marked 80 VII, dated 10/18 and manufactured by VSM. Fired, empty and inert.
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    $165.00
  17. F110 British Time fuze, unmarked

    British Time fuze, unmarked
    All brass fuze with timing ring not marked with model. Very similar to No. 198 or No. 400 type time fuze as used on naval star shells. Probably interwar era fuze (late 1920 era). Missing closing screw on top of fuze. Comes with fuze cover which has some denting and marked No. 9 in.
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    $145.00
  18. F108 British WW One Percussion and Graze Fuze No. 101 Mk II

    British WW One Percussion and Graze Fuze No. 101 Mk II
    Canadian C broad arrow marked, dated 1-17 with other researchable markings. Fired, empty and inert.
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    $135.00
  19. F195 British WW One Time and Percussion Fuze No. 88 Mk III

    British WW One Time and Percussion Fuze No. 88 Mk III
    Marked No. 88 III, R broad arrow L and sold out of service mark. Anchor symbol on setting rings indicating possible naval use. Fired, empty and inert, disassembles.
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    $175.00
  20. F126 French Percussion Fuze 24/31

    French Percussion Fuze 24/31
    Very interesting and advanced percussion fuze system developed in the late 19th century circa 1899 and used through WWI and later. Referred to as the Robin percussion system it was used on most of the high explosive projectiles of various calibres and fitted to each using specific threaded rings that adapt to the different size fuze holes in the shell. Used on 75mm 1897 field gun to 155mm guns and mortars. This specimen disassembles completely. Empty and inert, excellent condition and very researchable.
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    $295.00

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