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***SOLD***SOLD*** Inert British WW2 4-pound magnesium incendiary bomb. O 72 - O 72
One of the most destructive British weapons was the small (1.8- kg) incendiary bomb used in large numbers to create ground fires over a wide area. Dropped by RAF crews this is a rare example of its type. The nose plate unscrews from the nose weight and the tail section is present. Some cracking to the body typical of its type. Includes UK delivery. O 72

WW1 Austrian Universal Rifle Grenade - O 28/188
A very rare WW1 Austrian Universal Rifle Grenade. It consists of a 2 part screw together steel hollow cylinderical body which still contains its fragmentation sleeve now split into sections. It has a brass forward section which has aerodynamic flight holes holes in it. It is fitted with a 28" rifle Rod. This is a very rare grenade and is a lake recovered one from the high mountain battlefields near the Austrian / Italian border and spent many decades in frozen water which contributed to its well preserved condition although the steel is pitted and the rod badly coroded the brass is excellent as is the interior and screw threads. Price includes UK delivery.

British Sectioned L14A Anti-Tank Mine-1978 - O 21
A military one quarter sectioned instructional L14A sideways attack Ant-Tank Mine, made at Chorley in 1978. Completely inert and in superb condition. This is a very rare item and weighs 11 kilos.
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