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    New No 34 grenade from 1917.

    DSCN1542.jpgDSCN1544.jpgDSCN1545.jpgA recent addition to my collection a drill No 34 Mk 111 grenade from 1917 made by the Dudley Foundry Co Ltd, Moor Lane Foundry, Brierly Hill, Staffs. What I like about it is that its one that was used to train bombers during WW1 and was once painted white. I really like these drill grenades that have trained Tommies how to fight in WW1. Even the ringpull shows its been well used.Just needs a good beeswax polish.



    Andy.
    Ime the twat in the middle.

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    Nice original paint Andy.
    Author of 'British Rifle Grenades of the Great War'

 

 

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