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  1. F107 Fuze British Time No. 198 with cover

    Fuze British Time No. 198 with cover
    This fuze was for a naval star shell type adopted in 1925 and used throughout WWII. It was a standard time combustion fuze and it went through only two marks. Complete with brass screw on cover.
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    $185.00
  2. AR476 German 3.7cm C97/98 Cannon round

    German 3.7cm C97/98 Cannon round
    Unfired cartridge for the 3.7cm Maxim Automatic Cannon. Crown over M indicates Kaiserlich Marine use (Imperial German Navy). X and 1905 indicates manufacture in the 10th month of 1905. Maker is KARLSRUHE for Patronenfabrik Karlsruhe including the twin flaming bomb stamps for this maker. 164 is the lot number of manufacture.
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    $195.00
  3. AR469 German 3.7cm C97/98 Cannon round

    German 3.7cm C97/98 Cannon round
    Very nice unfired cartridge for the 3.7cm Maxim Automatic Cannon. Crown over M indicates Kaiserlich Marine use (Imperial German Navy). X and 1902 indicates manufacture in the 10th month of 1902. Maker is KARLSRUHE for Patronenfabrik Karlsruhe including the twin flaming bomb stamps for this maker. 51 is the lot number of manufacture.
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    $195.00
  4. AR524 German F.K. 16 nA brass casing

    German F.K. 16 nA brass casing
    This is an uncommon brass case for the German 7.7 Fieldkanone model of 1916, a World War One artillery piece and mainstay of the German army which was rebarrelled in WWII to become the 7.5 cm F.K. 16 nA (neuer Art, or “new model”) gun. Case is dated 1938 and clearly Waffenamt marked. 75mm x 200mm rimmed case. There were less than 300 of these guns in service at the outbreak of WWII. Primer removed as per EEC edict circa 1980’s so this artifact left Europe within the last 40 years and is very uncommon to see in North America.
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    $295.00
  5. AR525 German Luftwaffe Incendiary bomb

    German Luftwaffe Incendiary bomb
    Original German WWII incendiary bomb dropped on Britain by the Luftwaffe consists of a magnesium alloy cylindrical body filled with thermite as the incendiary. The bomb did not explode but was ignited to burn fiercely by a percussion charge fired upon impact. Many did not ignite fully. This specimen is original and the percussion charge has burned out but did not ignite the magnesium shell, so it is totally inert. This model is 1kg B1 type, early manufacture dated 1938. An iconic WWII ordnance item. Well marked on magnesium body and end cap, very researchable. Missing tail fin.
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    $395.00
  6. AR531 German Rifle Grenade Cutaway

    German Rifle Grenade Cutaway
    Very nice example of a 30mm High Explosive rifle grenade (Gewehrsprenggranate) cutaway for instructional purposes. Original yellow paint remains on the uncut side of the grenade. Very unique item.
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    $495.00
  7. AR493 German S-Mine 35

    German S-Mine 35
    German WWII bounding anti-personnel mine that exploded a few feet above the ground spraying ball bearings 360 degrees. The complete mechanism consists of a metal “cup” that the mine slips into and can be ejected from to rise into the air, the mine itself and a fuze/detonator that is tripped by grazing, pressure or a trip wire. Offered here is the mine only, empty, without ball bearings and empty of any explosives and totally inert. Has inner baseplate and inner tube but no brass tubes (detonator wells) or ball bearings. No fuze is provided. Very interesting and uncommon item.
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    $495.00
  8. AR489 German S-Mine 35

    German S-Mine 35
    German WWII bounding anti-personnel mine that exploded a few feet above the ground spraying ball bearings 360 degrees. The complete mechanism consists of a metal “cup” that the mine slips into and can be ejected from to rise into the air, the mine itself and a fuze/detonator that is tripped by grazing, pressure or a trip wire. Offered here is the mine only, complete with ball bearings but empty of any explosives and totally inert. Has base plate and 3 inner brass tubes (detonator wells). No fuze is provided. Very interesting and uncommon item.
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    $595.00
  9. AR490 German Stock Mine M43

    German Stock Mine M43
    German anti-personnel mine “booby trap” of WWII using a concrete body imbedded with metal fragments on a wooden stake. The concrete mine had a bursting charge and was fuzed using a number of different German pull fuzes. This specimen has a real concrete body, dummy bursting charge, a real, inert ZuZZ35 pull igniter and a replica dowel stake. All empty and inert. Excellent representation of this German WWII mine.
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    $295.00
  10. AR458 German World War One 21cm Morser 16 brass case

    German World War One 21cm Morser 16 brass case
    Original brass case, fired and slightly off round, hence measuring 21.5 to 22cm diameter and 23cm high. Base marked JULI 1916, Patronenfabrik Karlsruhe. Photo of German soldier holding case listed for information. This casing has been converted into a pail by the addition of a brass handle, probably by French or Belgian citizens post WW One for domestic use. Very interesting and reasonable size WWI large calibre collectable brass casing.
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    $295.00
  11. AR485 German World War One 21cm Morser 16 brass case

    German World War One 21cm Morser 16 brass case
    Original brass case, fired, excellent condition. 23cm high. Base marked AUG 1917, Magdeburg. Photo of German soldier holding case listed for information. Very interesting WWI large calibre collectable brass casing.
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    $395.00
  12. AR472 German WW ONE Granatenwerfer 16 mortar bomb

    German WW ONE Granatenwerfer 16 mortar bomb
    Austrian developed round for the Granatenwerfer 16. Also called the Priestwerfer or Taube grenade. Heavily segmented body and high fragmentation of this weapon produced many casualties in WWI. This specimen is guaranteed original, in VG condition, restored by repainting.
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    $495.00
  13. AR454 German WW2 17cm Kanone 18 projectile unfired

    German WW2 17cm Kanone 18 projectile unfired
    Very large calibre artillery projectile. 31 ¼ inches long, 172mm diameter. Stamped into projectile is the maker number 3264 with what appears to be a Crown over M, stamped 3 times on rings as shown in photo. Also marked GwK and IV .18. This marking would be consistent with the German WW2 17cm Kanone 18, making it a very rare item indeed. Does not have nose fuze but there is a hold in the point showing the interior is empty. No paint remaining, exterior has some minor pitting as visible in photos. Not disassembled.
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    $595.00
  14. AR480 German WWI 7.7cm brass case 1915 dated

    German WWI 7.7cm brass case 1915 dated
    Very interesting original German World War One casing for the main artillery piece the 7.7cm (77mm) field cannon. This case is nicely marked, complete and full length 77 x 230mm, with primer, empty and completely inert. Base marked St over 50, Dated October (OKT) 1915 then G over HL over 25. Uncleaned, very good original condition.
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    $95.00
  15. AR486 German WWI 7.7cm brass case 1917 dated

    German WWI 7.7cm brass case 1917 dated
    Original, 9 inch length, nicely marked. St means strengthened case. DEZ 1917 is December 1917 date of manufacture. HL is Haneul Luege Dusseldorf (the brass factory), 31 is inspector mark and 303 is lot number.
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    $95.00
  16. German WWII ANZ-29 Friction pull type igniter

    German WWII ANZ-29 Friction pull type igniter
    German WWII era pull type (trip wire) igniter used to ignite a detonator, which in turn fires a Tellermine, Smoke Candle or prepared charges. Very interesting item brass construction, marked with Waffenamt stamp on each one. Inert. Pictured igniter has been cleaned up for illustrative purposes. The ones shipping will be similar to last photo, representative photo.
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    $15.00
  17. AR491 German WWII Glasmine 43

    German WWII Glasmine 43
    Original Glasmine 43 used as anti-personnel mine by the Germans during World War II. Made of glass, with minimal metal reduced the chance of detection by mine detectors used by the Allies. The mine consists of a glass bowl, 6 inches (15 cm) in diameter containing an explosive charge and a detonator. The top of the mine has a thin glass disk under a thick, molded glass pressure plate. Mines were supplied with a small quantity of cement putty to seal gaps between the main body and the glass disk cover and make the mine waterproof but naturally this does not come with that component. These had a very short late war production period and are quite rare. Interesting, insidious and very researchable.
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    $695.00
  18. AR470 German WWII Zunderbusche bakelite fuze (fuse) container

    German WWII Zunderbusche bakelite fuze (fuse) container
    Original bakelite material fuze container dated 1938 inside lid and nicely marked Zunderbusche, also part number and inspection code. VG original condition.
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    $65.00
  19. German WWII ZuZZ35 igniter

    German WWII ZuZZ35 igniter
    German WW TWO pull type trip wire igniter used on mines or booby traps. Marked with maker code. Original item. Completely inert. Representative photo, no selection. Completeness varies slightly Price is for one igniter.
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    $15.00
  20. AR320 Heller Rocket

    Heller Rocket
    Canadian produced Anti-Tank weapon during the Cold War period from mid 1950's to late 1960's. Very uncommon to find anything related to this weapon system. The rocket is 3.2 inches diameter, 27 inches in length, no propellant or motor present. This is the practice version that would have been painted blue but no traces of blue paint remaining. Almost no markings, what there is shown in photo. Empty and inert. Does not disassemble.
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    $395.00

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