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    Id Please


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    look like french high capacity 37mm

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    look like French high capacity HE, there were a lot left at the end of WWI that got turned into souvenirs.

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    Thanks for the info.

    z4

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    37x94R French Explosive Mle. 1916

    37x94R-HE-.png

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    hasag,
    Thanks for the picture. None of my shells show the yellow like your picture does

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    The yellow seldom survives on any of them, your fuzes are replaced with brass pointed pieces
    which is often done for these resold souvenir types.

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