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DEACTIVATED INERT. WW2 1945 dated Unfired British 6pr 7cwt (57x441R) APDS/T (Armour Piercing Discarding Sabot/Trace) Round. O 1627 - O 1627
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is a rare British WW2 (1945 dated) APDS/T (Armour Piercing Discarding Sabot/Trace) round for the British 6pr 7cwt tank and the towed anti-tank guns. The anti-tank gun was first introduced on November 1941. Later the gun was fitted to the Churchill III & IV, Valentine IX, Crusader III tanks and the AEC armoured car Mk III. The APDS/T (Armour Piercing Discarding Sabot/Trace) projectile, introduced into service in 1944 consists of a tungsten core sheathed in steel, fitted inside a light alloy sabot or sheath. Upon firing, the sabot is discarded and the reduced calibre projectile carries on to the target. This projectile carries most of its original paint and is stamped APDS 6PR 7CWT 1BT STC 3/45 (March 1945 date). The projectile is also stencilled in red round the circumference with the tracer symbol over KBY 4145 and19753 in red and 174 in white. The projectile has the following coloured rings at the tip white over red over blue over white. The cartridge case is headstamped a 6pr 7cwt I (Mark 1) 1942 RL (ROYAL LABORATORIES) LOT 4 C.F.. This round was issued from August 1944. No licence is required to possess this round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display and the price includes UK delivery. O 1627
495.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. British Armstrong 9 Pounder RML (Rifled Muzzle Loader) Studded High Explosive Projectile. O 1616 - O 1616
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a British Armstrong 9 Pounder RML (Rifled Muzzle Loader) studded high explosive projectile for the 9 pounder 8 cwt field gun introduced on 1871. The gun remained in service until 1895 and saw service in the Indian wars, the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879, the First Boer War of 1881 and the Anglo-Egyptian War in 1882. The projectile has two rows of copper studs to the Palliser system where the studs engaged in the 3 rifling grooves in the barrel of the gun. The base of the projectile has cast into it 9Pr 4 7 RL (Royal Laboratories). The side of the projectile has cast into it R crowfoot L (Royal Laboratories) below a front driving stud. One of the rear copper driving studs is stamped 7/78 (July 1878 manufacture date). 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. O 1616
395.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Japanese 47mm, 1.85 Hotchkiss 5cm Boat Gun (47x131R) High Explosive (HE) round. O 1614 - O 1614
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a Japanese made 47mm, 1.85 Hotchkiss (47x131R) as used by the Japanese Navy in their 5cm Boat Gun. The brass cartridge case was made in Japan and has various Japanese markings on it. The pointed steel projectile has a standard Hotchkiss brass driving band design of the period and is threaded in the base for a base fuse. Later driving bands were narrower and were made of copper. No licence is required to possess this round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. There are two rounds available and the price is per round. The price includes UK delivery. O 1614
195.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Unfired German WW2 3.7cm PAK 36 APCR/T (Armour Piercing Composite Rigid/Trace (tungsten cored)) Pzgr 40 Arrowhead Type Projectile Round. O 1613 - O 1613
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an unfired German WW2 3.7cm PAK 36 APCR/T (Armour Piercing Composite Rigid/Trace) Pzgr 40 tungsten cored round. The brass case has the following head stamp, P131 6331(PaK 36 case designation) waffenampt 60 3G. The tungsten cored composite rigid projectile of the arrowhead type with a waisted belt around the centre of the projectile. The round is fitted with an magnesium pointed nose cone. There is a base cavity for a tracer element. See Hogg, German Artillery of World War Two, pages 189 192. 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. O 1613
445.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. Russian Naval Unfired 1904 Dated 37mm (37 x 94R) Pom Pom Base Fused HE (High Explosive) Round. O 1612 - O 1612
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is a Russian unfired 1904 dated 37mm (37 x 94R) Pom Pom base fused HE (High Explosive) round. The gun was introduced as the QF 1 Pounder Maxim Pom Pom in the late 1880s by Maxim Gun Company, and used by many nations including the Russian navy. The brass cartridge cases have a copper percussion cap and are both dated 1904. The cartridges are headstamped with various Russian characters and 1904 straddling a naval anchor. The base fused steel projectile has a brass driving band and a brass centering band above it. The projectiles have Russian characters stamped round the bottom of the projectile. The projectile has a base fuse with Russian characters stamped round it. No licence is required to possess this round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. There are two rounds available and the price is per round. The price includes UK delivery. O 1612
245.00

RESERVED Rare WW1 French Navy Deck Charge, Ready to Use Copper Carrying Case. O 1605 - O 1605
This is a very rare WW1 French navy deck charge copper carrying case used to contain ready to use bagged charges kept next to the gun during the First World War. The case would hold cordite bagged charges which were very dangerous to store on deck, especially in action and were used to bring bagged charges from the magazine to the deck. This case is very heavy and consists of copper sides, top and base, riveted together with heavy rivets with a quick release round access hatch to the top with a turn lock handle on it. The handle has a brass pin attached by a chain to secure the handle when locked. The case was heavily soldered at all seams after it was riveted to make it water and spark proof. There are two swivelling brass carrying handles to the top of the case. The carrier measures 26 inches x 17 inches x 14 inches. The French Adrian helmet on top of the cordite carrier is to give a feeling of size and is not included in the sale. Due to the weight and size of this item, delivery will be by arrangement and at cost. O 1605
950.00

INERT DEACTIATED. RARE. COW (Coventry Ordnance Works) 1 Pounder (37x190) Practice Factory Presentation Round Dated 1919. Sn 17957 - 17957
INERT DEACTIATED. This is a Rare COW (Coventry Ordnance Works) 1 pounder factory presentation round produced at the Basford National Ordnance Factory (Coventry Ordnance Works, Ltd.), Nottingham for presentation in 1919 after the cessation of hostilities. The Basford factory took over production of the 1 pounder COW gun in 1917 from the Coventry Ordnance Works and continued manufacture until its closure in March 1919. This round was made using factory service components and assembled as a factory presentation round after WW1. This weapon was originally developed and an aircraft mounted weapon firing a 37mm projectile and was in continuous development throughout WW1. The gun was loaded with a five-round cartridge clip and was ready to produce only as the First World War came to an end. The gun was only in service briefly, fitted to a DH4 aircraft. The gun was tried post war in a number of different aircraft, mostly flying boats such as the Blackburn Perth, where it was seen as being effective against small vessels. During WW2, the gun again saw action in RAF airfield defence. This is an unfired round and the brass cartridge case is engraved on the side BASFORD NO (National Ordnance) FACTORY 1919. The cartridge case is fitted with a dummy plug where the primer is fitted. The boat tailed practice projectile has a capped armour piercing profile and is stamped on the side P(practice) 1 PR M/K III GUN I and CI(cast iron) BE-EA 4 18(April 1918 date). 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 17957
475.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Italian WW2, 1940 Dated 47/32 Gun, 47mm Armour Piercing (AP) Round. Sn. 17954 - 17954
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an Italian WW2 47mm armour piercing round for the 47/32 infantry/anti tank gun. The gun was introduced in 1935 and was the standard infantry/anti tank gun used by the Italians, especially in the Desert war in North Africa. This round has a steel cartridge case and is headstamped GR&C within a diamond, 2 over 94?, 47/32, a crown over 1cUT over 40 within an oval (1940 date). The armour piercing projectile has a narrow copper driving band and retains it original red painted nose and a yellow band underneath. 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. 17954
245.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Scarce Unfired WW2 German ZtZ.S/30 Clockwork Time Fuse 1942 Dated In Its Original Bakelite Transit Container. O 1600 - O 1600
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a scarce German unfired WW2 German alloy clockwork ZtZ.S/30 time fuse dated 1942 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/30 hhi (Gebr. Thiel-Seebach GmbH, Ruhla / Thringen) 1942 WaA25 0247 stamped onto it. The fuse is complete with its original dark brown bakelite transit case which has ZUNEERBUCHSE and 2 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 1600
275.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Unfired Rare German Kriegsmarine WW2 8.8 cm SK L/35 (88 x 390R) Submarine Deck Gun High Explosive Nose Fused Round And Waterproof Transit Container. O 1592 - O 1592
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is Rare a WW2 German Kriegsmarine 8.8 cm SK L/35 (88 x 390R) submarine deck gun high explosive nose fused round. These guns were the standard deck gun of the type VII U boats from 1935. The steel cartridge case has the following head stamp, 43 (1943 date) aux (Polte-Werk, Magdeburg) 8,8-35St Marine waffenampt. The screw in primer is stamped C/12nAST 42 91942 date) 104 akb . The unfired steel high explosive projectile has a single copper driving band and is stamped 131 (marine waffenampt) bqo 3 41 (March 1941 date) 3c KPS . The projectile has a screw in base plug stamped 94 30 and a marine waffenampt. The screw in bae of the projectile is stamped 11h/41 bdo, WR in a circular monogram 3988 marine waffenampt.. The projectile is fitted with a Kz36 alloy nose fuse and is stamped Kz/36 1/43 T/3 . The paper and pressed cardboard charge bags from the projectile are included with the round. This round is complete with its rare alloy transit container with a quick release lid made of alloy, with a brass locking ring and a steel turn handle. Inside this lid is a pink circular label describing the round, (see photo). The metal turn handle assembly is stamped nkc over 194? This is riveted to the lid securing a brass locking ring. The alloy lugs on the transit container are stamped Sorst 1938 marine waffenampt followed by 88Abk 786. The alloy body if the transit container has corrosion holes but is intact and sturdy. (See P 224-225, Hogg, German artillery of WW2). No licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. O 1592
1,400.00
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