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INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare, Unfired WW1 (1915 dated) British No 82 Mark III Nose Fuse For The 4.5 inch Howitzer Shrapnel Round. O 1480 - O 1480
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an unfired British WW1 (1915 dated) No 82 mark III nose fuse for the .5 inch howitzer shrapnel round. The fuse was a modified British No 80 time and percussion fuse and the time element was altered at the lower settings by a small steel plate riveted on to the bottom time ring by three brass rivets. The fuse is stamped No.82 III COW monogram (Coventry Ordnance Works) 6/15 (June 1915 date). The fuse is complete with the percussion plunger under the alloy top cap. No licence is required to possess this in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. O 1480
£175.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare, Unfired WW1 (1916 dated) British No 31 Nose Fuse For The 4 Inch R.M.L. Light Trench Mortar. O 1479 - O 1476
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare, unfired British WW1 (1916 dated) No 31 nose fuse for the 4 inch R.M.L. light trench mortar. The fuse was a modified British No 80 time and percussion fuse and the time element was altered at the lower settings by a small steel plate riveted on to the bottom time ring by three brass rivets. The No 80 fuse was further modified by a new alloy nose cap with a hexagon on the top with a hole in the top the alloy top is stamped No.31 1.C V.S,M (Vickers, Son and Maxim) 8/16 (August 1916 date). The alloy base of the fuse is stamped 80IAA (original fuse designation before modification) 376A V.S.M. (Vickers, Son and Maxim) 2/16 (February 1916 date). The fuse is complete with the percussion plunger under the alloy top cap. No licence is required to possess this in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. O 1479
£275.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare Unfired WW1 (1916 dated) British No 106 Impact Instantaneous Nose Fuse. O 1478 - O 1478
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an early, rare and unfired British (1916 dated) No 106 instantaneous Impact Nose Fuse. This is the first instantaneous nose fuse introduced in the British army in 1917. The fuse was developed in 1916 to give an instant detonation instead of a slight delay with a graze fuse. This was useful when clearing barbed wire and other obstacles. This was achieved by using a large diameter plunger at the nose of the fuse to increase its sensitivity. This is an early unfired British No 106 fuse with a brass body. The brass body is stamped No..106 1G.D.P.20.10.16.1 . (20th November 1916 date) the fuse is complete with its plunger and detachable nose cap which was removed before firing and protected the plunger from damage or activation. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this fuse in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays O 1478
£275.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. WW2 INERT Unfired German Anti Concrete Shell Base Fuse (BdZf15cmGr19Bd) For The 15Cm s FH18 Field Gun. O 1477 - O 1477
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an unfired WW2 INERT German Anti-Concrete shell base fuse (BdZf15cmGr19Bd) for the 15Cm s FH18 Field gun. The steel fuse is stamped on its base BdZf15cmGr19Bd RHS 433/39. The alloy circular plate on the base of the fuse is stamped GV KV OV meaning long, short and no delay when setting the fuse delay. The base fuse is screwed into the unfired steel gain which is stamped cyw (Sachsiche Gubstahlwerke) on the base. The first picture shows the fuse unscrewed from the gaine side by side. Price includes UK delivery. O 1477
£195.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. British Naval WW1/WW2 Sea Mine Detonator Horn Type HT2. O 1476 - O 1476
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a British sea mine type HT2 horn detonator that was introduced in 1917 for British sea mines in the First and Second World Wars. This 6 inch tall mine horn consists of a bronze threaded portion that screws into a mine and is stamped with a large letter M and a WD crowfoot within an oval on the side of a spanner flat. and a 4 inch lead horn tip that originally contained a glass vile filled with sulfuric acid . A sea mine is studded with type HT2 horn detonators and these hollow lead protuberances, each containing a glass vial filled with sulphuric acid. When a ship's hull came into contact and crushed the metal horn, it would crack the vial inside it, allowing the acid to run down a tube and into a lead–acid battery which until then contained no acid electrolyte. This would energize the battery, which would in turn detonate the explosive. These horns are sometimes referred to as a Hertz sea mine detonators. This is an empty British sea mine detonator and and no licence is required to possess this in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. The price includes UK delivery. O 1476
£175.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Unfired Quarter Sectioned British No 208 Mk 6/2 Clockwork Fuse Converted To A No 208 Mk 8/1For The British 3.7 Inch Anti-aircraft Gun. Sn O 1440 - O 1440
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a quarter sectioned unfired British No 208 fuse for the British 3.7 inch anti-aircraft which was the standard heavy anti-aircraft gun used from 1938 throughout WW2. This clockwork fuse superseded the No 199 powder fuse in 1942 with a maximum running time of 43 seconds. A quarter section has been removed from the body of the fuse revealing the clockwork and safety shutter mechanism. This fuse is stamped No.208 MK6/2 struck out and 208 MK8/1 BW53 LOT 90 004919. The main body of the fuse is made of brass. There is a brass screwed locking collar above this securing the alloy portion of the fuse. This fuse is in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. Sn O 1440
£295.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Unfired British No 208 Mk 6/2 Clockwork Fuse Converted To A No 208 Mk 8/1For The British 3.7 Inch Anti-aircraft Gun. Sn O 1439 - O 1439
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an inert unfired British No 208 fuse for the British 3.7 inch anti-aircraft which was the standard heavy anti-aircraft gun used from 1938 throughout WW2. This clockwork fuse superseded the No 199 powder fuse in 1942 with a maximum running time of 43 seconds. This fuse is stamped No.208 MK6/2 struck out and 208 MK8/1 BW53LOT 92 008473. The main body of the fuse is made of brass. There is a brass screwed locking collar above this securing the alloy portion of the fuse. This fuse is in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. Sn O 1439
£175.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Scarce Unfired WW2 German ZtZ.S/30Fg Clockwork Time Fuse 1943 Dated In Its Original Bakelite Transit Container. O 1438 - O 1438
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a scarce German unfired WW2 German alloy clockwork ZtZ.S/30Fg time fuse dated 1943 in its original Bakelite transit container. The fuse with its Junghans clockwork mechanism is undamaged in the original screwed base Bakelite transit container. The fuse is stamped round its circumference ZtZ S/30Fg eoy 1943 WaA454 13 stamped onto it. The fuse is complete with its original dark brown bakelite transit case which has ZUNEERBUCHSE and 1 cast into the top of the casing. This fuse was used on 88mm, 105mm and 128mm Flak guns. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert fuse in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1438
£275.00

SOLD SOLD (LAY-AWAY 14/08) INERT DEACTIVATED Rare & Original WW2 Era German & Finnish Army (SA Marked) Eismine 42, Flascheneismine Anti Personnel Glass Bottle Mine With Z.Z.42 Fuse. O 1422 - O 1422
INERT DEACTIVATED. The mine consists of a thick glass bottle resembling a quart milk bottle. In some models there is a booster charge of pethrite wax in the neck. There is a wooden plug with a conical recess and a central hole located at the top of the bottle neck. The Fl.Es.Mi.Z igniter, with the detonator crimped on, fits into this hole with the detonator extending down into a hole in the booster. Sufficient pressure on the igniter causes detonation of the mine. The original German theory for the use of these mines was that they should be suspended on 6-foot lengths of wire below the surface of ice-covered rivers. The mines were placed 16-feet apart and at intervals mines were set to be ignited by electrical detonation. The explosion of one mine would set up a sympathetic detonation which would explode those in the adjacent area. The mines were later used as A/P ground mines, employing the Fl.Es.Mi.Z igniter and adapted for use with other pressure type igniters. These glass bottle mines were also used in the Finnish army during WW2. These bottles are recognizable by the letters "SA" cast in the glass. Our original WW2 Finnish Army example is in excellent condition. The glass bottle has cast lettering ‘SA’ (Finnish Army) in a rectangle above ‘P’. The glass is clean with no cracks or damage. It has its correct wax sealed wood bung fitted with ‘Z.Z.42’ Fuse. The bottle has a label attached describing development and use of these types of mine. Inset in image 3 is an image demonstrating deployment options of these mines. It is rare to find these glass bottle mines intact. The price includes UK delivery. O 1422
£0.00

INERT DEACTIVATED RARE, WW2 1943 Nazi German Long Fin, Air Dropped I.B.S.E.N (Incendiary Bomb Steel Explosive Nose) With Nazi Manufacturer Codes ‘chw’ & ‘dkp’ . Sn 15925 - 15925
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare German WW2 Long Fin, I.B.S.E.N Incendiary bomb (see page 163 of ‘The Blitz Then & Now’ Edited By Ramsey). The bombs were made of a magnesium alloy casing and had a steel explosive nose. The bomb including fins is 20 ½” overall length. The fin assembly is of three pressed steel fins with a reinforcing ring at the tip of the tail. The fins have some stable corrosion to be expected but are totally secure. The casing is marked ‘389<31’ together with Nazi manufacturer code ‘dkp’ & ‘G’. The steel nose cap is Nazi manufacturer marked ‘chw’ together with ’12 43’ date (December 1943) and ‘BA’. No licence is required to own this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15925
£495.00
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