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INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare British 1899 Dated Erhardt 15Pr Quick Firing shrapnel shell. O 1164 - O 1164
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare original British 1899 Dated shrapnel shell fired by a British Erhardt 15Pr Quick Firing gun. There are 28 groves in the driving bandand the Erhardt gun used a separate loaded cartridge case. The 15 Pounder breach loading field gun has 18 groove rifling. The shell is stamped on the side 1/1900 (January 1900) 11 11 99 (11 November 1899). The base is stamped 15Pr IV (15 Pounder mark 4) F S (Forged Steel) EOC (Elswick Ordnance Company). The brass No. 56 time and percussion fuse is stamped 4/01 R (crowfoot) L (Royal Laboratories, April 1901). Lovely condition fired and strips down into its component parts. Se Hogg British Artillery Weapons and Ammunition 1914 – 1914 pages 72-73. No licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery.Price includes UK delivery. O 1164
£225.00

A Desk Top Prototype model of a Rapier Missile ET316, Mounted on a Teak Plinth With Brass Plate. Sn 13198 - 13198
This is a 'Gift From The BAE Executive' and is a very nice painted desk top model of a prototype Rapier ET316 Missile. The Rapier is a British surface-to-air missile developed for the RAF Regiment and the British Army. Entering service in 1972, it eventually replaced all other anti-aircraft weapons in Army service; guns for low-altitude targets, and the Thunderbird missile, used against longer-range and higher-altitude targets. It replaced Bofors guns and Tigercat missiles in RAF service. As the expected air threat moved from medium-altitude strategic missions to low-altitude strikes, the fast reaction time and high manoeuvrability of the Rapier made it more formidable than either of these weapons, replacing most of them by 1977. It remains the UK's primary air-defence weapon after almost 35 years of service, and its deployment is expected to continue until 2020. This fine model is painted green and is mounted in a flying attitude on an alloy mounting bracket. It is screwed to a teak plinth which is shaped and varnished. There is a brass plaque screwed to the plinth with "ET 316" stamped into it. This is a very nice desk top model. It stands 10" high. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13198
£225.00

INERT DEACTIVATED Unfired German WW2 3.7cm SC/30 (37x380R) Round With An Unfired High Explosive Tracer Projectile (HET). Sn O 1122 - O 1122
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a German WW2 3.7cm SC/30 High Explosive Trace (HET) round for the 3.7cm Schiffskanone SK C/30, a German naval pattern high altitude, high velocity, anti-aircraft/coastal defence gun. These guns were also fitted in a twin mount on surface vessels. The brass cartridge case is headstamped P over C/30 148 E over 1935 (date) marine waffenampt. The unfired steel high explosive projectile retains most of its original yellow paint and has 2 iron driving bands. The projectile has a 6mm wide red tracer band above the top driving band and a 9mm wide black band below the alloy fuse. The unfired projectile is stamped above the driving band asa-109 and isa . There is a feint stencil in black dnl 4331/4 on the side of the projectile. An empty tracer screw in tracer capsule is in the base of the projectile. The alloy KZ40 nose fuse is stamped 3.7cm KZ 40 bda 42 22 inspection stamp over I/3 .(See P 223 Hogg, German artillery of WW2) 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 O 1122
£475.00

German WW2 10.5 cm leFH 18 (leichte Feldhaubitze 18) Shell (Projectile) Carrier. SN 12693 - 12693
This is a German WW2 shell carrier for projectiles used in the 10.5 cm leFH 18 leichte Feldhaubitze 18. The shell carrier consists of four wooden lengths held together with steel bars and long riveted steel rods. There is a swinging shell retainer on the top of the carrier with a leather strap which fastens to a brass stud riveted to the carriers frame, thus securing the top. This leather strap also doubles as a carrying strap. There is the remains of a paper label on the metal frame under the leather strap with a date 27.2. 4?. On the base is a steel disc riveted on, forming part of the carrier. On top of this base disc is a metal fuse protecting spacer which is stamped on both ends F.H.Gr (Feldhaubitze Granate ‘Field Howitzer Shell’). The bottom part of this spacer has faded yellow paint on it. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 12693
£195.00

INERT DEACTIVATED Unfired German WW2 1941 dated 3.7cm PAK 36 Pzgr 40 Tungsten cored Arrowhead Projectile APCR/T (Armour Piercing Composite Rigid/Trace) Round. Sn O 1101 - O 1101
INERT DEACTIVATED German WW2 3.7cm PAK 36 Pzgr 40 tungsten cored arrowhead projectiled APCR/T (Armour Piercing Composite Rigid/Trace) round. The projectile is in its correctly crimped steel cartridge with the crimp lower than other projectiles, enclosing most of the body of the projectile below the case mouth. The unfired projectile consists of a steel body with an unscrewable alloy cap which exposes the tungsten core. There is a base cavity for a tracer element. The base of the projectile is stamped auz (Polte-Werk, Arnstadt). The side of the projectile is stamped 41 (1941) auz (Polte-Werk, Arnstadt) 2a . See page 191 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 O 1101
£295.00

INERT DEACTIVATED Unfired German WW2 3.7cm SC/30 (37x380R) Round With An Unfired HE (High Explosive Projectile). Sn O 1097 - O 1097
This is an INERT DEACTIVATED German WW2 3.7cm SC/30 high explosive trace (HET) round for the 3.7cm Schiffskanone SK C/30, a German naval pattern high altitude, high velocity, anti-aircraft/coastal defence gun. These guns were also fitted in a twin mount on surface vessels. The brass cartridge case is headstamped, P. over C/30 Marine stamp E over 1935 (date) 4 . The unfired steel high explosive projectile has 3 copper driving bands and is stamped above the driving band 12F31/40 marine waffenampt . The alloy KZ40 nose fuse is stamped 3.7cm KZ 40 cpn 9e/42 inspection stamp over. (See P 223 Hogg, German artillery of WW2) 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 O 1097
£375.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. German Unfired WW2 7.5 cm Pak 40 (75 x 714R) PzGr39 APCBC -HE-T (Armour Piercing, Capped, Ballistic Capped-High Explosive-Trace) for the 7.5cm Panzerabwehrkanone 40 (Pak40) Anti-Tank Gun. Sn O 1095 - O 1095
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an inert unfired German WW2 7.5cm PzGr39 (75 x 714R) PzGr39 APCBC-HE-T (Armour Piercing, Capped, Ballistic Capped-High Explosive-Trace) round for the Pak40 (Panzerabwehrkanone 40), the main anti-tank gun used from 1942 onwards, especially on the Eastern Front. The PzGr 39 APCBC (Armour Piercing, Capped, Ballistic Capped) projectile has a single iron driving band and has its pressed steel ballistic cap on the top. The lacquered steel has been refinished to its original dark brown colour and is headstamped gxf . 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 O 1095
£395.00

Israeli 60mm HE-& 60mm Tank Round. O 420 Sn 3006 - O 420 / 3006
A 1980's made Israeli 60mm Hyper Velocity Medium Support Weapon HE-T complete round in its cannister made as a demonstration dummy. Brass case, steel projectile, completely as per the service round and fuzed. Original stencilling and paint. A very scarce round. Price includes UK delivery. O 420 Sn 3006
£395.00

SOLD SOLD INERT DEACTIVATED Rare 1941 Dated Unfired German WW2 5cm Patr 38 (50 x 289R) PzGr 40, APCR/T Tungsten Cored Arrowhead Round For The KwK 38 (5 cm Kampfwagenkanone 38 L/42) L/42 gun the original main armament o - O 1088
INERT DEACTIVATED. This rare 1941 dated unfired German WW2 5cm (50 x 289R) KwK 38(5 cm Kampfwagenkanone 38 L/42) PzGr 40, APCR/T (Armour Piercing Composite Rigid with Trace) Tungsten cored Arrowhead round is for the KwK38 (Kampfwagenkanone) gun, the main armament of the Panzer lll tank. The lacquered steel case for this round is headstamped 6317St 5cmKwK 19 Waffenampt WaA385 . There is traces of stencilling round the cartridge case, consisting of 328g Over ??? ??005-000 2/1) over 5 5 42z . The steel primer is stamped C/22St 19 42 (1942 date) auf (Metall-, Guss- und Presswerk, H. Diehl, Nuernberg )The unfired armour piercing APCR/T (Armour Piercing Composite Rigid with Trace) projectile is waisted at the centre and has a plastic collar between the steel ballistic tip and the body. The projectile is stamped 41 (1941) dcp(maker unknown) waffenampt 88 BV(roman numeral 3)D. 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 O 1088
£0.00

DEACTIVATED INERT Unfired British PIAT (Projector Infantry, Anti Tank) Hollow Charge Practice Projectile, Sn O 1068 - O 1068
DEACTIVATED INERT British weighted unfired PIAT (Projector, Infantry, Anti-Tank) hollow charge practice projectile that was a British man-portable anti-tank weapon developed during the Second World War. It was designed in 1942 in response to the British Army's need for a more effective infantry anti-tank weapon, and entered service in 1943.The PIAT was based on the spigot mortar system, that launched a 2.5 pound (1.1 kg) bomb using a powerful spring and a cartridge in the tail of the projectile. It possessed an effective range of approximately 115 yards in a direct fire anti-tank role, and 350 yards (320 m)[3] in an indirect fire 'house-breaking' role. The PIAT was first used during the Allied invasion of Sicily in 1943. This projectile is in superb and complete condition retaining most of its original colour and stenciling. The projectile retains much of its original black paint and there is a 20mm yellow band round the body with HOME USE ONLY stenciled in black on it . Under this is stenciled in white INERT . No licence is required to possess this round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. Sn O 1068
£425.00
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