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    British No 101. fuze 'SIECO' ??...

    Hi all,
    Is anyone here familiar with the name 'SIECO'?
    I'm assuming its a manufacturing company, and is stamped on a British (?) No. 101 Mk 2 fuze I have,dated 1917.
    Any pointers would be much appreciated.
    Thanks in advance.

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    Hi I know STECO and no SIECO

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    STECo was the monogram for Sterling Telephone and Electric Co., London.

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    Thanks for the replies chaps.
    Having had another look at the fuze, it seems to add up as 'STECO', (top part of the 'E' just about visible, as is very faint top part of the 'T').
    Interesting manufacturer, I've never heard of them before. Were they a commonly known maker of fuzes?
    Thanks again!

 

 

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