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    Hi all,

    Can anyone help me identify this zinc ammo box? I think it is Kriegsmarine?
    Thanks a lot




    #2
    Hello and welcome to the forum,

    I believe that's a box to transport several kinds of artillery fuses. Ah, and yes, that stamp is for the Kriegsmarine


    Carles
    looking for a Kar 98k bolt in working condition numbered 2020, please let me know if you have one.

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        #4
        bpa - Herbert Greinert Metallverarbeitung Schöneweide, Oberschöneweide - Edisonstrasse 63, Berlin

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          #5
          Originally posted by me6_130 View Post
          Hello and welcome to the forum,

          I believe that's a box to transport several kinds of artillery fuses. Ah, and yes, that stamp is for the Kriegsmarine


          Carles
          Thank you very ,much! Is it someting special, I have never seen this kind before..

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            #6
            Originally posted by klarkon View Post





            Thanks!

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              #7
              In my opinion the hinges on the lid do not belong there. The same with the inlay. I had 5 of these boxes and all had the lid loose on the case. Not fastened with hinges.


              These boxes are not that common, but not difficult to find.
              Always looking for Wehrpasses/Soldbooks and all other information of:
              1) 70 Infanterie Division (70 ID)/(Gren. Regt. 1019; Gren. Regt. 1020; Art. Rgt. 170; Nachr. Abt. 170).
              2) Marine Flak Abteilung 810 and Marine Artillerie Abteilung 202.

              "Als nachfolger kam die 70 I.D. von der Insel Walcheren herüber. Dieses war der traurigste Krippensetzer-Verein der mir je unter die Augen gekommen ist."..according to Korvetten Kapitän Immo Hopman (commandant of MAA 203).

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                #8
                [QUOTE=von Manteufel;8636315]Hi all,

                Can anyone help me identify this zinc ammo box? I think it is Kriegsmarine?
                Thanks a lot

                This is Kriegsmarine zicn box, I found a lot of them close to WWII Kriegsmarine coast artilery positions in Lithuania. Here's how it should look like in original. Without any plates inside.
                Attached Files

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by frans h. View Post
                  in my opinion the hinges on the lid do not belong there. The same with the inlay. I had 5 of these boxes and all had the lid loose on the case. Not fastened with hinges.


                  These boxes are not that common, but not difficult to find.
                  +1
                  KRIEGSMARINE, MPA, Marine Peil Abteilung, MPHS Marine Peil Hauptstelle Flandern Brügge, BELGIUM, Operation RAMROD 934, Feldpostnr 22661

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