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5 inch Howitzer

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HI ALL a few people always seem to ask about colours I found this a few years ago it came from the bottom of the cannel very near Ypres so it was in original condition it may help in your restorations
AYE GC
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  1. AE501's Avatar
    It is a Shell BL 5.5" Common Lyddite MkIII for Land Service, in Forged Steel by Elswick Ordnance Company.
    See Treatise on Ammunition 1902 Page 258 plate and text.
  2. ex.cd1's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by AE501
    It is a Shell BL 5.5" Common Lyddite MkIII for Land Service, in Forged Steel by Elswick Ordnance Company.
    See Treatise on Ammunition 1902 Page 258 plate and text.
    HI AE501
    Thanks 5.5in ? Interesting
    I have Treatise 1877/1887/1897/1915 just downloaded 1902 from "OUR GREAT SITE" but cant find it on that page ?
    can you post it if possible please.
    AYE GC
  3. AE501's Avatar
    It is 258 in thumbnails but 208 in text pages.
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