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INERT DEACTIVATED, WW2 1942 Nazi German Air Dropped (I.B) Incendiary Bomb With Alloy Case & Nose. Sn 16626:3 - 16621:3
INERT DEACTIVATED. The WW2 Civil Defence code for these bombs was I.B. (Incendiary Bomb) steel nosed versions were given the code S.N.I.B. (Steel Nosed Incendiary Bomb). This is an original German WW2 dated I.B Incendiary Bomb with alloy nose. (see page 163 of The Blitz Then & Now Edited By Ramsey). The bombs had magnesium alloy casings and were made with both alloy & steel noses and were made in 1Kg & 2Kg variants. The hollow casing with nose including its correct steel fins is 13 overall length. The fin assembly is of three pressed steel fins with a reinforcing ring at the tip of the tail. The casing is marked 59 DL /145 KBI and dated 1942 . The steel nose cap is marked AZ3312A, 858 & Rhs/143 37. The price includes UK delivery. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 16621:3

**INERT**DEACTIVATED** RARE**WW2 Stuka German Luftwaffe 50 Kg Air Dropped Bomb With Original Fins & Wood Display Stand. Sn 16488 - 16488
This is a rare to find Inert, deactivated WW2 German Luftwaffe 50 Kg Air Dropped Bomb With Original Fins & Wood Display Stand. These bombs were the type slung under the wings of the Stuka dive bomber and this example retains the hanging lug in the body of the bomb casing. Similar air dropped bombs are illustrated in the chapter Weapon Detail Part 1 of the book German Air dropped Weapons to 1945 by Fleischer. The green painted bomb including fins measures 45 length and has even patina. Its casing is 26 circumference at its widest and the fins riveted to the casing measure 16 length. Its alloy fuse screws out of the casing and its suspension ring is present. The casing and one fin has faint indistinct letter/ numbers which can be seen in the images. The bomb sits neatly on the green painted wood display stand. The stand measures 18 x 9 x 7. The Bomb on its stand is 15 height. Due to size and weight of this item delivery will be by arrangement and at cost. Sn 16488

SOLD SOLD (27/09) British RAF 10 lb Practice Bomb Presented In 1955 To Retired WW2 Major Peter Tresidder MBE TD By The 572 (Cornwall) Bomb Disposal Squadron On Their Disbandment With Copy Of Obituary. **PROFITS TO HELP FOR HEROES CHARITY** - 16346
Peter Tresidder was born in Falmouth in January 1920. In 1940 he volunteered for war service and served with the Royal Engineers. He was commissioned in January 1941 attaining the rank of major in 1944. He was mentioned in Despatches for his work as a staff officer in Burma & awarded the MBE by King George VI receiving it in 1956 from Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham palace. The Officer travelled with his Corps from Jorbat to Rangoon 1944-45 liberating 55,500 square miles. One of their Engineering achievements was the construction of a 1,095 ft floating Baily bridge known as grub Bridge over the River Chindwin in Burma. The Territorial army and Royal British Legion were dear to his heart and in 2003 he was awarded the Territorial decoration & certificate to mark his 33 years as president of the Penzance branch of the RBL. The following Year he received a certificate from Cornwall RBL for his endeavours. The Retired Officer was active in many local organisations after his war service and for more than half a century contributed to the professional, charity & social life of Cornwall. In 1955 he was presented with an inert, deactivated RAF 10lb practice bomb by The 572 (Cornwall) Bomb Disposal Squadron On Their Disbandment. This is the Inert deactivated bomb presented to him with its original undamaged wood plinth and presentation plaque. The bomb itself measures 18 length and has no damage. It sits neatly on the plinth cradle arms. The plinth has its original presentation plaque (illustrated). Also included is a photocopy of the Retired Officers obituary which was printed in the Cornishman newspaper on 28th October 2010 after he passed away on 16th October that year. The obituary carries a portrait photo of Peter Tresidder MBE TD, his antecedents , military service, civilian career, charity and social contribution information. The price includes UK delivery. **NB ALL PROFITS FROM THE SALE OF THIS ITEM WILL BE DONATED TO THE UK CHARITY HELP FOR HEROES** Sn. 16346

INERT DEACTIVATED RARE Russian Front German WW2 SD4 HL Anti-Tank Shaped Charge Aircraft Bomb. O 1426 - O 1426
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare German WW2 SD 4/HL (Sprengbombe Dickwandig, Hohlladung thick-walled explosive bomb, hollow charge) introduced in March 1944 to counter Russian armoured vehicles (see page 143 of German Air dropped Weapons by Fleischer). The hollow charged bomb could penetrate 130mm of armour at 60 degrees and was armed with a super sensitive and quick eAZ66 electronic fuse. The bomb was usually dropped via the AB250 container containing 40 bombs or the AB500 container containing 74 bombs. This bomb retains approximately all of its original yellow finish and has four pressed steel fins spot welded to the rear of the projectile. The nose screws off to reveal in the nose part the bomb the eAZ66 fuse behind the perspex fuse cover. The fuse arming vanes are still present at the nose of the fuse. The main part of the bomb body retains the steel hollow charge cone with the sealing washer. This bomb was also used in the anti-personal role against mass troops. The tail has its original red paint SD designation band. The price includes UK delivery. O 1426

Original Rare WW1 Rankin Anti-Zeppelin Explosive Darts 50 Round Ammunition Box O 1281 - O 1281
This is a very rare and original Rankin Anti-Aircraft Explosive Darts ammunition box that contained 50 Rankin darts. The Aerial Anti Zeppelin Ranken Exploding Dart was an air-dropped weapon invented by Commander Francis Ranken of the Royal Navy in 1915 for the purpose of destroying or damaging the German Zeppelins which were attacking Britain at the time. Ranken darts were designed to burst the canvas skin of the balloon, drop inside and when the vanes snagged the canvas. The dart was dropped from a height of up to 700 feet. It was later determined the best altitude to attack the low-flying German zeppelins was between 300 to 400 feet. The Rankin dart was a 1 lb. explosive missile shaped flechette type one-pound bomb) 12long steel-tipped exploding dart with four pivoting vanes at the tail which was commonly carried in packs of 24 darts. These could be dropped individually or all at once. Aircraft equipped with Ranken darts needed to climb above their targets, such as Zeppelins, before dropping them from above. The weapon was put into service in February 1916. Ranken darts became obsolete with the advent of .303 incendiary ammunition fired from Vickers and Lewis guns mounted on fighter aircraft. This substantial well-made box, (measuring 45cm x 26cm x 39cm) is painted black and is strapped round with two steel straps which form part of the hinge for the lid as well as a pin locking joint opposite the hinge. The hinges are held on by brass slotted wood screws. The base of the box is screwed to the sides. The box is stenciled in white on the lid EXPLOSIVE RANKIN DARTS CLASS VI. DIV III FROM MERRICKS & Co ROSTIN FILLED EXAMINED . There is also the number 1494 stenciled on the top right of the lid. Inside the lid is a white paper label 12h by 6h which is part masked by staining which says ANTI-AIRCRAFT DARTS (Ranken) together with handling instructions including these arts must not be tampered and loading instructions (see photo). The price for this very rare WW1 item includes UK delivery. O 1281

WW2 Royal Air Force 20lb Cooper Bomb. O 91 - O 91
A very nice example of a WW2 British High Explosive 20lb Cooper Bomb. An underwing slung HE bomb dropped by the RAF in WW2. Complete with Bomb Fuse, pin, and cover it has original paint and stencilling. In great condition and price includes UK delivery. O 91

Complete, Falklands War Era, Inert Full Weight British WD & NATO Marked Drill Shorts Blowpipe (man-portable surface-to-air missile tube) With High Impact Carry Case & 1976 Dated Transit Case. O 1003 - O 1003
The Shorts Blowpipe is a man-portable surface-to-air missile that was in use with the British Army and Royal Marines from 1975. It was superseded by an interim design, Javelin, and later the Starstreak. The missile would be shipped as a single round in a storage cylinder/firing tube. The aiming unit would be clipped to the launch tube and fired from the operator's shoulder. To reduce the overall size of the container, the rear fins of the missile were stored in the larger diameter cylinder at the front of the tube (this also contained the Yagi antenna for transmitting guidance signals). During firing, the fins slipped onto the rear of the missile as it flies through and are held there by heat-activated adhesive tapes. This gives the launch container a unique shape, seemingly oversized at the front and extremely thin at the rear. Blowpipe were used by both sides during the Falklands War in 1982, with the targets being fast flying aircraft, flying low and using the ground to hide their approach. Blowpipe missiles were also used in the Afghanistan and Gulf War conflicts. This is a superb complete inert, purpose made, WD weighted drill Blowpipe firing tube, with carry and transit cases. The drill Blowpipe tube is weighted to replicate the weight of the live version when loaded with missile and cable. This would allow soldiers the opportunity to train in carrying a full size and weight inert version of the weapon and aiming (when guidance system attached). The tube is marked C0036 DRILL and is complete with its original green high impact plastic carry case with webbing shoulder and retaining straps and both are contained in its original green high impact transit case with removable lid and clasp fasteners. The transit case and carry case are profusely marked with stenciled British WD marks and NATO stores codes. A WD plate on the transit case is dated 1976 (illustrated inset in image 2 together with an image of a blowpipe missile in use in the field). The Blowpipe is accompanied by an MOD certificate dated 1988 certifying that the Blowpipe is inert/ free from explosives. The blowpipe in its transit case measures 61x12 x 14. Due to the size and heavy weight of this item delivery will be by arrangement and at cost. O 1003

WW1 & WW2 Era British WD Royal Navy Battleship Leather, Cork & Canvas Cordite Charge Carrier. Sn 11709 - 11709
An excellent original leather Royal Navy cordite charge carrier. Constructed of Leather, cork and canvas, these carriers were used on Battleships by the Royal Navy prior to, during and after both World Wars to carry the cordite charges for Naval guns. The front has traces of colourful heraldic Arms of Great Britain It has a complete canvas lining & heavy duty leather carry handle which is impressed with WD arrow and letters and numbers (all illustrated). It measures 29 in length & 8 diameter. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 11709

Scarce WW2 German Wooden Transit Case For 25 Stuck A.Z.23 umg.m.2V Fuses. Sn. 10900 - 10900
This is a scarce German wooden transit case, with its original waterproof tinplate lining to the sides and bottom used to carry 25 of the A.Z.23 umg.m.2V nose fuses used on the German 88mm high explosive shell. This fuse had 2 delays of 0.15 and 0.20 seconds. This wooden case has the original 1939 dated label on inside of the lid. There are two pairs of black hinges, locking catches and recessed fold out carrying handles fitted to the case. The case measures 14.75 x 17.9 x 7 high.Price includes UK delivery . Sn. 10900

C1900 Early Original 74 x Eley Bro. London Primed 14 Bore Pinfire Shotgun Cartridge Cases (Un-fired). O 884 - O 884
C1900 Early Original 74 x Eley Bro. London primed 14 Bore Pinfire shotgun cartridge cases (Un-fired). The cartrige cases are blue with a head stamp "Eley Bros London 14" and measure 65mm long. The price is for the box or individually priced at 3.00 each with a minimum order of 10. The price includes Uk delivery.
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