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    Hello Tmine35,

    thank You for these additional Information which help to get the puzzle solved !
    I am glad that I did learn so much in these 2 days on the Finnish Ice-Mine.
    Thank You for sharing this!

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    Finnish mines do not have any mould marking. They have either SA P marking, or without any marking.

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    Can anyone give me an idea of a fair market value for a Finnish Flascheneismine bottle? Just the bottle, no fuze or cap or anything else. I have someone who might sell me one, but does not know what the fair market price is, and I do not either.

    I paid $180 for my German Flascheneismine last year, but it is fairly complete, and it is German, so worth more than the Finnish bottle I assume.

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    Finnish ice bottles cost at local flea markets 3 - 15 Euros. Normally they have no caps. Caps are very hard to find and fuzes are impossible.

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    Wow, thank you for that information. I'm glad I asked, they are much less expensive than I would have thought.

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    Hi, Big dave, in one of your pics i see a volkhandgranate 45 (0.50 bomblet) but you have add one ZZ42, do you think the late war grenade was using in mine?

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    Hand grenade and mine
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    Hi Sid ,this is how it came to me ,so is it original ? I've no idea
    Apprentice Boxologist

 

 
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