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    My german collection

    Collecting for 3 years now, and this is what i brought together.

    I'm specialing in German Coastal and Naval artillery cases, So here are:

    40,6 C/34
    28 cm K5
    30,5 cm L/45
    38 cm C/34
    38 cm l/45
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    Here are the other naval cases:

    21 cm l/45
    20.3 cm
    17 cm l/40 (2)
    28 cm L/40
    28 cm L/45 L/50
    24 cm L/40
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    Oooh! Big Stuff to collect,i hope you have a lot of room?

    Thanks for showing them.

    best

    waff

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    Some other cases and shells:

    12,8 flak with sprenggr
    12,8 flak with pzrgr
    10,5 flak with sprg
    10,5 flak with pzrg
    8,8 flak 41 with sprg
    several 8,8 flak cases
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    Some KWK43's: Together with the powderbags, and marking on the case. Even a 1945 dated shell.



    And Waff, I have some space left, problem is it's on the second flore of my garage..... Still I like the big stuff.
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    Hi Kees,
    I love the original stenciling on the rounds,a very impressive collection indeed!.

    best

    waff

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    And a general picture of the other pzr granates.


    In 2009 I hope to find a 28 cm L4/4 granate. Wont bring that one to the second floor.
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    very nice collection thekees you have some monster cases there what sort of weight are the 38cm cases in the top pictures

    regards lee

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    Lee,

    The 38 cm cases weight is about 70 kg, the 40,6 is a bit heavier. I have a 21 cm l4/3 round, its weight is about 102 kg. Lucky fact is that i put a few steel beams in my garage, so they will handle it, i hope!

    I do like these naval and coastal artillery stuff. Seems te be a little under estimated, but they all have a nice history. Problem is to find the shells. I try to complete the Atlantic wall artillery cases in this collection.

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    Thats a great collection you have there?

 

 
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