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WW2 relics from Denmark

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    Superb finds again Stg

  2. #212

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    Excellent finds! The grenades are in remarkable condition.

  3. #213
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    Quote by WW2Hunter View Post
    First of all nice finds Stg44,
    I think those 3 grenade like objects are in fact some type of AP stakemine.
    Could you show me both sides to see the opening in them and the real size.

    Regards,
    Steven

    Thank you Steven
    I hope those pictures here can help
    Regards
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    Quote by STG44 View Post
    Small clear empty plastic container / tin, used for such kobbertændere / detonators.
    Dropped during World War 2 to Resistance.
    Today I found the lid
    in a pile of soil
    Regards
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    Is there anyone who know what this is?
    Regards
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  6. #216

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    That's odd,
    no opening for a detonator or filling it with explosives?
    And the size does make them more likly to be some kind of training grenade as some members sugested.
    Never saw a stakemine this small.
    Puzzeling but great find, I hope that someone else know what they are.

    Regards,
    Steven

  7. #217
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    No opening in them , I think its a sort of brass knuckles
    they are quite heavy so I would imagine you can hit hard with them
    Regards

  8. #218

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    With the words 'Marke knockout' (knockout brand), I think you could well be right about them being for hand to hand combat. If you hold one of those in a clenched fist and hit someone with that fist, 9/10 they get knocked out. So maybe not brass knuckles as such, but something very similar.

    Steve T

  9. #219

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    i know what that is , found one the same. its the end of a petrol filling hose, it turned on to the opening of the petrol cap , once opened, then could be secured making sure there mas no petrol loss or against any accidents that could happen whilst filling . for use with lorrys cars airoplaines,there you have it , hope that helps you.

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    thank you Model40
    Regards

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