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    Fuze Setting Key No121 111N

    This key is similar to Andy's Key No 153. It is Navy use for fuzes No 206 & No 401.
    Similar features but on opposite sides and a smooth body 1952 dated.
    Key No 121 b.jpgKey No 121 a.jpgKey No121 c.jpg

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    I just noticed that it looks like Key No 12 / 111N and not Key 121. Ron.

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    Ron,

    How about 127?

    TimG

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    AGW - A.G. Wild & Co. Ltd., Railway Supply Works, Charlotte Road, Sheffield 2. T/A “Radiate, Sheffield” Tel Central 5307

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    I agree, looks like 127. Cheers, Bruce.
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