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INERT DEACTIVATED. German WW2, 1939 Dated 3.7cm PAK 36 (37x250) APHE (Armour Piercing High Explosive/Trace) Round. Sn - 20487
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a German WW2, 1939 Dated 3.7cm PAK 36 (37x250) APHE (Armour Piercing High Explosive/ Trace). The brass cartridge case is headstamped P 120 G 8331 (the code for the 3.7cm Pak cartridge case). 1937 (1937 date) 6331/67 waffenampt 400. The cartridge case has a steel screw in percussion primer and retains much of its original black stencilling. The unfired projectile retains much if its original black painted finish and is stencilled in red with the letter 52 Cwg (Westfaelisch-Anhaltische Sprengstoff AG, Coswig plant) 1.39 (January 1939 date) and above this 89 RX. . The base of the projectile is screwed for a percussion primer and has a copper driving band. The copper driving band is stamped round its circumference 33 FFEB WaA231 and WaA231. The base of the projectile is stamped 70D.L. 414 1938c. See pages 189 to 192, Hogg, German Artillery of World War Two. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 20487
245.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. German WW2, 1937 Dated 3.7cm PAK 36 (37x250) APHE (Armour Piercing High Explosive/Trace) Round With Rare Two Piece Brass And Steel Composite Cartridge Case. Sn - 20486
INERT DEACTIVATED. German WW2, 1937 Dated 3.7cm PAK 36 (37x250) APHE (Armour Piercing High Explosive/ Trace) round with the rare early two piece brass and steel cartridge case. The brass and steel cartridge case consists of a brass body and a steel base which is headstamped P 1937 (1937 date) 6331/67 waffenampt 400. The base of the cartridge also has 4 equally spaced 4mm diameter holes. The steel base has a screw in C/13nA percussion primer which is stamped C/13nA 145 RHS270/37. The unfired projectile retains some if its original black painted finish and is stencilled in red with the letter C. The base of the projectile is screwed for a percussion primer and has a copper driving band. The copper driving band is stamped round its circumference 33 Waa400 and Waa760. The base of the projectile is stamped 803 and various other stampings on its base. See pages 189 to 192, Hogg, German Artillery of World War Two. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 20486
275.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Mint Unfired Russian 57mm ZiS-3 Anti-Tank Gun (57x480R) APCBC (Armour Piercing Capped Ballistic Cap) Round. Sn - 20482
INERT DEACTIVATED. The Russian M1943 ZiS-2 anti-tank gun was developed in 1940 and was introduced as the main infantry anti-tank gun in June 1941 until being replaced by the 76.2cm ZiS-3 anti-tank gun. This is an unfired near mint Inert 57mm Anti-Tank Gun (57x348SR) APCBC (Armour Piercing Capped Ballistic Cap) round for the ZiS-2 anti-tank gun first introduced in 1941 as the new standard anti-tank gun in the Soviet Army. The twin copper driving banded steel projectile retains most of its original black paint and has the following black white stencilling on its circumference 599 over 3-59 over 57 over 57. The projectile is also stencilled nbp-271M . The brass cartridge case has the following headstamp 188 over E 30 over K 176 over CA. The cartridge case is stencilled in black on the side with Russian script and the following stencilling 57-43 over 14/7 27/kK over 160-76-732 . The black steel primer is stamped 603 b 31 over 43 . The price of this round includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert rounds in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. Sn 20482
375.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare British Boer War Period 1900 Dated 15 Pounder Breach Loading Horse Field Gun Shrapnel Shell. - O 1896
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare and original British Boer War period 1900 dated shrapnel shell fired by a British 15 pounder breach loading field gun. The gun was used extensively by the British in the Boer War and was introduced in December 1900. Although this gun was outdated at the time, it was complemented by the superior 15 pounder Erhardt gun which used a separate loading brass cartridge instead of a bagged charge purchased from the German gunmaker Erhardt in 1901. These guns remained in service until the introduction of the 18 pounder field gun in 1904. The fired shrapnel projectile is stamped on the side 09/1900 (September 1900 date) and 8/8/00 (August 1900). The base of the projectile is stamped 15Pr V (15pr mark 5). F S (Forged Steel). The projectile is fitted with a brass No. 56 time and percussion fuse is stamped round its circumference 4/01 (April 1901) R crowfoot L (Royal Laboratories) EOC (Elswick Ordnance Company) IV 855. The fuse retains its original leather waterproofing washer under its head. The copper driving band shows the clearly defined rifleing of the 15 pounder gun. See Hogg British Artillery Weapons and Ammunition 1914 1914 pages 70-71. The projectile is in excellent condition and no licence is required to possess inert rounds in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. O 1896
325.00

SOLD SOLD (11/03) INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare German Unfired WW2, 1944 Dated 15.2cm High Explosive (HE) Projectile & Wooden Transit Container Specially Manufactured by the Germans in WW2 to use in the Russian Made 152-mm (6 inch) M1938 (M-10) Howitzer. - O 1892
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare unfired German WW2 15.2cm high explosive projectile specially manufactured by the Germans in WW2 to use in the Russian made 152mm (6 inch) M1938 (M-10) howitzer. These guns were made between 1939 and 1941 by the Russians and when captured by the Wehrmacht were given the designation 15,2 cm FH 443(r). The (r) means a captured Russian weapon. The projectile comes in its original wooden transit container and retains virtually all of its original paint and stenciling. The iron driving banded projectiles are painted green with a red band painted round the middle and are stenciled above the driving band and on the base IV. The projectile is stenciled in white A5532 152akr rj60/60-NP/23 ghs 0.15-1-50-60 AseV4 210460TM . The projectile is stamped on the reverse 00 761 13A ?? 7 44 (July 1944) . The projectile is fitted with a AZ23 percussion fuse and is stamped AZ23 orz43 and has a delay slot. The wooden transit container is stenciled in black Gesch.Kast. 152 Sprgr(r) and Herresmunitions. There is some remains of a original paper label affixed to the container. No licence is reqired to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Due to the very heavy weight, delivery within the UK only by arrangement and at cost. SN O 1892
0.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. French, WW1, 30/55 Model 1913 time fuse. - O 1880
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is a French WW!, 30/55 Model 1913 time fuse that was used by the French artillery in WW1 with the 105, 120 and 155 mm guns for use with shrapnel shells. The fuse was adopted from the Model 1889 30/55 time / time and percussion fuse with the deletion of their percussion part which was not need for airburst shrapnel rounds. The fuse and adaptor stand approximately 5 inches high and are undamaged. The fuse and adaptor were screwed to the top part of a shrapnel projectile and have been pushed off a shrapnel projectile by the ejection shrapnel balls. The fuse and adaptor are in an excellent undamaged condition with original markings and is probably a battlefield pickup from the First World War. The brass fuse is graduated from 1 to 49. The adaptor is nicely stamped and retains all of its undamaged screw threads where it screwed into the body of the projectile. The adaptor is stamped round its circumference JD. A.IN.96.11.K.890. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert fuses in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1880
175.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. German WW1, 1915 Dated 77mm (77x229R) Shrapnel Round. Sn - 20428
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an WW1, German, 1915 dated 77mm (77x229R) shrapnel round fitted with a DoppZ C/96 Sb alloy nose fuse. These shells were called 'whizz bang' in the trenches due to the made by shells fired from the German 77mm field guns, the 7.7 cm Feldkanone 96 nA (neuer Art) and the upgraded 7.7 cm Feldkanone 16 (FK16). The brass cartridge has 2 crimping grooves at the neck and is headstamped St160 PATRONFABRIK KARLSHULE Juni 1915 (June 1915 date) and a crown over Ke. The projectile has two crimping rings at the bottom and is fitted with an alloy and steel DoppZ C/96 Sb time which is graduated to 50. The projectile still has inside it the shrapnel ball pusher and the flame tube from the fuse that ignited the shrapnel powder charge in the base which expelled the balls. The price for this round includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 20428
375.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. WW1, 1917 Dated, Fired, British 13 Pounder 9 Cwt (75x294R) Anti-Aircraft Gun Shrapnel Round Fitted With A No. 80 Mk VII Time And Percussion Fuse. - O 1867
INERT DEACTIVATED. The 18 pounder field gun was the standard field artillery gun during WW1. The 13 pounder horse drawn field gun was successfully adapted to an anti-aircraft gun in 1914 and 1915. Trials were soon undertaken with the 18 pounder field gun to improve on the performance of the 13 pounder guns then in service. It was found that by re-lining the 18 pounder gun barrel to 3 inches using 13 pounder projectiles, the velocity was much improved with the smaller projectile. The gun proved highly successful in the anti-aircraft role throughout the First World War. These guns were usually mounted on the back of lorries, the Thornycroft Type J being common. The gun was also fitted to a 2 wheeled high angled carriage and a thus could also be used also as a field gun or howitzer. This is a British 13 pounder 7 Cwt shrapnel round, with a fired projectile and fuse. The cartridge case is headstamped 13Pr 7Cwt I CF (Cordite Full Charge) RL (Royal Laboratories) 1917 (1917 date) BB7 and a crowfoot. The projectile is fitted with an undamaged brass number 80 mark VII time and percussion fuse which is stamped underneath 80 VII 1131 and 7/17 (July 1917 date). See Hogg British Artillery Weapons and Ammunition 1914 1914, pages 64 69. The price includes U.K. delivery and no licence is required to possess inert rounds in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. O 1867
175.00

INERT. WW2 British 2pr (40x304) Tank And Anti-Tank Weighted Brass Drill Round. - O 1858
INERT. This is a British 2pr (40x304R) weighted brass drill round for the British 2pr anti-tank gun and the 2 pounder tank gun fitted to early WW2 British Valentine and Cruiser tanks. The anti-tank gun was also fitted on the back of a Morris or Chevrolet lorry which was called the Portee. During the war, the 2 pounder tank gun was used in the Littlejohn trials with the squeezebore 40mm to 30mm adapter fitted to the 2 pounder gun. Post war, the gun was fitted to the early Saladin armoured cars. The round consists of a solid brass body to the profile of the armour piercing round with a steel base for durability attached to the base and held on by a brass cross pin. the round bears no markings and the steel base has a small hole in the centre where a rubber firing pin protector would have been fitted. Solid brass drill rounds are uncommon for the 2 pounder guns because they were replaced early in their service with the wood and brass type due to wartime economies. See page 73 to 75, Hogg, British and American Artillery of World War Two. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1858
375.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare Unfired Cockerell 90mm gun (90x352) Target Practice Trace HEAT-T (High Explosive Anti-Tank/Trace) (M620A1) (Fin Stabilised , Hollow Charge) Projectile for the Cockerell Mk3-MA1 90mm gun. - O 1857
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare unfired 90mm Cockerell (90x352) low pressure gun HEAT-T (High Explosive Anti-Tank/Trace) (Fin Stabilised) target practice tracer projectile for the Cockerell Mk3-MA1 90mm gun fitted to turrets of several armoured vehicles, including the Scorpion 90 and Indonesian Anoa 6x6 armoured car. The alloy projectile retains most of its original light blue paint and has two thin copper driving bands with a steel nose cone. The projectile is stamped 90 MM TP T NR6479 A3 M J-01-16 90 above the driving band. The projectile has gold coloured anodised investment cast alloy stabilising fins attached to its base. Price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1857
275.00
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