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    Unknown German 7.92 dummy 1941

    I have never seen this headstamp (HW 41) on 7.92 German dummy, fully nickel-plated, bullet pierced with a hole, case with 4 non-through holes.
    Who could give me détails

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    aux is Polte, Werk Magdeburg, Poltestr. u. Fichtestr., Magdeburg, Germany.

    According to Ken Elks book ‘Collecting Dummy Cartridges’ it is a Werkzeug inspection dummy.

    Ken’s book is available on Quickfire Auctions,
    https://www.quickfireauctions.co.uk/...tion_id=303462

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    Wanted: Baton/Irritant rounds (inert) and associated items, .700 NE (inert) and boxes (empty), .32-40 cartridge boxes (empty), WW2 British shotgun cartridge boxes (empty), Greener Police Gun cartridge boxes (empty). Message me if you have any of these items for sale/trade.

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    OK, thanks.
    But about the WH headstamp? (Wehrmacht?)

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    The WH is for Wehrmacht - Heer.

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    Thank you for your help,
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