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    LangzeitZünder (?)

    Length : 115mm
    Diameter (top) : 45mm
    Diameter (base) : 24mm
    Length (upper section) : 15mm
    Length (lower section) : 100mm

    Markings : 10 - 330 h

    if anyone has more information on this , feel free to share. Thank you

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    Hello! If you want the font in white, then you can read it better. Harry
    Search always English and US Bomb Fuzes!

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    Length : 115mm
    Diameter (top) : 45mm
    Diameter (base) : 24mm
    Length (upper section) : 15mm
    Length (lower section) : 100mm


    Markings : 10 - 330 h


    if anyone has more information on this , feel free to share. Thank you

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    Anyone? .

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    I do not know this fuze, but think that it is of english oder US manufacture because of the "h" and probably dates to around WW1 judging by its general shape.

 

 

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