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    ID of seamine

    Hello,

    Who can ID this seamine?

    Greetings - Antoon


    Schermafbeelding 2020-10-10 om 17.24.08.jpg

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    Hoi Cris volgens mij staat hij in de gang bij de EODD zonder boven zijde op houtenplaat gemonteerd.

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    Sorry ik bedoel Antoon
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    Herken je hem weer, het zou dan de CX-77 moeten zijn
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    DSC00062.jpg

    Found the picture
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    Jack,

    Thanks for the info.

    For the not Dutch speaking people. It is the German moored mine CX-7. Production date 1877. Filled with 40 kg Guncotton en had 5 Hertz horns.

    Has someone a cut away drawing?


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    No, but send me yours and it can be arranged

 

 

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