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V-2 Rocket Bomb Cigarette Box

Article about: Okey...it Technically isn't German Trench Art, but it Was originally made by the Germans, so this is about as close to the correct category as I could get. I found this odd little coffee tab

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    Okey...it Technically isn't German Trench Art, but it Was originally made by the Germans, so this is about as close to the correct category as I could get. I found this odd little coffee table cigarette box not too long ago and was intrigued by it enough to pick it up. It's made to fit the non-filter smokes of the day, and table top cigarette boxes were quite popular in the era(not so much now!). I've always had a liking for trench art and oddities and this fits into both areas pretty well. Measuring about 4.75"L x 3.5"W x 2.5"T approximately, it's a crudely made small box, as you can see, but the interesting part about is is the hand engraved inscription on the lid which reads "Part of V-2 Bomb fell on War Museum London Nov 2,1944". Almost certainly a one of a kind unique piece, and one that I've never seen until now. I wonder what killed the most people....the rocket when it Hit or the Smoke from enjoying the cigarettes afterwards....

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    Very interesting item, almost certainly one of a kind and making souvenirs out of such items is typically British.
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    Jerry

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    That is neat.

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    Unique item, remembered me ww1 pieces made from Zeppelin

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    Very interesting and very rare item

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    Intriguing item
    I wonder which war museum it refers to
    There were no reported V2 strikes near the IWM London until January 1945

    There were actually only 4 V2 strikes on London 2nd November 1944

    EDIT:

    November casualties from V2's

    604 Deaths 2288 Injured
    Last edited by HistoryMan; 02-11-2017 at 11:08 PM.

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