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WW2 1944 Dated .303 Mark VII 1248 Round Empty Wooden Ammunition Box. O 1381 - O 1381
Rare WW2 1944 dated .303 mark VII ammunition empty wooden boxes originally containing 1248 rounds. These are empty .303 service mark VII wooden ammunition boxes used for holding rounds for issue. These boxes were made disposable, i.e. making fires for keeping warm or cooking, making sand reinforced positions or just for sitting on. The survival rate of these boxes is very small. There are three almost identical boxes available for sale. The boxes are priced per box. The price includes U.K. delivery. O 1381
£145.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Unfired WW2 Original 1940 Dated German 15 Round (In stripper clips) Service Pack Of 7.92x57 Ball Ammunition. Sn O 1033 - O 1033
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an inert scarce WW2 1940 dated original service pack (15 rounds in stripper clips) of German WW2 7.92x57 Ball ammunition. This box contains 15 rounds of copper washed steel cased German "Patronen s.S." stands for Patronen Schweres Spitzgeschoss or a cartridge with a heavy pointed bullet ,198gr , FMJ and are headstamped P490 )xxvw1 9 40 (1940 date). The bullets have a copper jacket. The stripper clips are of steel. The cardboard packet has a white paper identification label on it overprinted with i.L. in red letters( i.L." overprinted in red on label "In Ladenstreifen ": indicates that the cartridges are packed in stripper clips) . The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to these inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. 3 boxes are available. Sn. O 1033
£75.00

Original Rare November 1938 Dated Empty Wooden Ammunition Box With Metal Liner Originally containing 240 Rounds Of .455 Revolver Ammunition. O 1372 - O 1372
This is an original and rare November 1938 dated empty wooden ammunition box, originally containing 240 rounds of .455 revolver ammunition. The wooden box retains most of its original green paint. The box is complete with its original tinplate liner and has 6 original paper labels on it showing the contents of the box. The box is also stenciled in yellow K25 . 11.38 on the end with the rope carrying handle . The base of the box is stamped H 9 III. The box has its original closing pin and string which when pulled out allows the lid to slide forward and detach. . All metal fittings on the box are non -ferrous and are made of copper and brass including the split pin. The price includes UK delivery. O 1372 £275
£275.00

DEACTIVATED INERT Unfired WW2 (1943 Dated) Original German 16 Round Service Pack Of 9mm (9X19) Parabellum ammunition. Sn O 1370 - O 1370
DEACTIVATED INERT 1943 dated original 16 round service pack of German WW2 9mm (9X19) Parabellum ammunition issued for 9mm pistols during WW2. This cardboard box contains 16 rounds of steel cased ammunition dated 1943. The steel jacketed bullets have a black finish to them. The primer annulus is black. The original cardboard box has a dark blue label with black lettering on it and white ends to it. The box is glued together. The base of the box is impressedwith the manufacturers code kdg 43 (1943 date). 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 display. O 1370
£75.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. British Original Kynoch Unfired .700 Nitro-Express (17.8 x 89R) Big Game Rifle Cartridge. O 1369 - O 1369
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an original Kynoch .700 Nitro-Express (17.8 x 89R) big game rifle cartridge. This is the largest big game cartridge made by Kynoch and was developed in 1988 by Jim Bell and William Feldstein, the double rifle being built by Holland and Holland. The rounds are headstamped KYNOCH 700 NITRO on the brass cartridge cases which are crimped onto a 1000 grain soft nosed copper jacketed bullet. The primers are made of brass. 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. There are four rounds available and the price is per round of ammunition. O 1369
£110.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. British Original Kynoch Box of 50 Unfired .351 Winchester Self-Loading Cartridges Rifle Cartridges. O 1368 - O 1368
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an original Kynoch 50 round box of.351 Winchester Self-Loading rifle cartridges for the Winchester Model 1907 semi-automatic rifle. The rounds are headstamped KYNOCH .351 S.L. on the brass cartridge cases crimped onto a nickel jacketed 180 grain round nosed bullet. 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 display. O 1368
£120.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Scarce Victorian Pre 1898 12 Bore Paradox 3 Inch Bulleted Brass Rounds By Kynoch. Sn. 15664:1 - 15664:1
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a scarce Victorian pre 1898 12 bore Paradox 3 inch case length rounds made by Kynoch in England. After 1898, the word KYNOCH’S on the headstamp was changed to KYNOCH by removing the ‘S from Kynoch's. The paradox was invented by Colonel Fosbery and patented in 1885. The patent was then assigned to Holland and Holland of Bond Street, London, who originally manufactured the round for their gun. The paradox patent was to rifle in the choke of a shotgun so that it would keep the pattern when used as a shotgun and give a small group when fired with the 740 grain Fosbery solid bullet. The round is headstamped KYNOCH’S PATENT No 12 on the solid drawn brass cartridge case and have a solid lead Fosbery type bullet in them. 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 displays. There are 11 rounds available. Sn. 15664:1
£45.00

INERT DEACTIVATED, Scarce, Original Post 1973 English Gamebore Factory Made Free Standing Trade Shotgun Cartridge Display / Bullet Board Blackboard With Brass Plate ‘Sycamore Shooting Grounds (1947) . Sn 15372:14 - 15372:14
These display boards were produced by ammunition manufacturers in the 1970’s & 1980’s for Registered firearms dealers to display their products. Based in Kingston Upon Hull, Gamebore have been a manufacturer of quality shotgun ammunition for clay and game since 1973. This Gamebore display board has a range of colourful inert deactivated 12 gauge shotgun cartridge cases (without primers) all with clear manufacturer and calibre detail. The cartridges are displayed on the shield shaped blue wooden board which has a hinged backplate to allow free standing on floor or table. The colourful board has ‘Gamebore World leader painted to the front above a brass plate marked ‘Gamebore Sycamore Shooting Grounds (1947) and 16 ¼” square black board. The wood display board measures 32” x 18 ¼”” x 1”. These display boards are rare to find. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15372:14
£195.00

Original Rare Korean War Era, (April 1953 Dated) Royal Navy, Empty Wooden Ammunition Box With Metal Liner Originally containing 360 Rounds Of .303 Mark VII Ball In Chargers. O 1352 - O 1352
This is an original and rare Korean War era, (April 1953 dated) Royal Navy empty wooden ammunition box, originally containing 360 rounds of .303 mark VII ball ammunition in chargers. The box is complete with its original tinplate liner and is stenciled in yellow 360 CARTRIDGES .303BALL MARK 7 IN CASES CHARGER on two sides and R.L. 10-4-53 RN (R.L. Royal Laboratories the manufacturer and RN Royal Navy) on one end. The box has an intact class 6 explosives paper label to one side and contains its original tinplate inner. The main casing is held together with strong steel nailed on bands. The price includes UK delivery. O 1352
£195.00

MINT, INERT, SCARCE, Original 1970’s – 1980’s American Speer Sporting Division Omark Industries Lewiston, Idaho USA Factory Made Trade Bullet Board Display With Artwork Commemorating ‘The Hell’s Canyon Ram & Steamboat Imnaha’ In Original Cellophane Wrap. - 15372:6
These display boards were produced by ammunition manufacturers in the 1970’s & 1980’s for Registered firearms dealers to display their products. Speer’s reputation for making the world's finest component bullets and loaded ammunition goes all the way back to 1943, when Vernon Speer started building bullets because re-loaders couldn't get the components they needed from ammo companies during World War II. This Speer display board is in mint condition, still covered in its original clear cellophane wrapping. The display has a broad range of inert, Speer lead, copper jacketed and semi jacketed sporting bullet heads without shell cases all mounted above clear calibre detail. The display is mounted on colourful scenery depicting a Ram’s head next to hunting rifle and ammunition belt with a Steamboat manoeuvring through a canyon river. This scene commemorates the big horn ram a popular 19th Century big game species in the Hell’s canyon area & the sinking of the Steamboat Imnaha which foundered in the Snake River in 1903 while navigating through the canyon. The wood display board measures 21 ¾” x 11 ¾” x ¾”. The rear of the board has metal bar for wall mounting. Within the cellophane wrapping is a factory printed note produced with the board containing information about the Hell’s Canyon Ram and the sinking of the steamboat. These display boards are rare to find. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15372:6
£425.00
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