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    Hello all, I'm volunteering at the royal fusiliers museum digging through their archives and we found a bag filled with artillery fuses - I was wondering if anyone could identify them?
    http://db.tt/deC4RdG7

    The first is explicitly a WWI German one and there's also some sort of trench Fragmentation mortar thingy.

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    Hi, and welcome to the forum!

    Please use the forum's uploader to add your pics as the link does not work and we discourage outside hosting sites.

    Thanks!

    Cheers, Ade.
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    I have been able to see your pictures. Unfortunately WW1 fuzes are outside of my area of expertise, but all appear to be easy to identify using the following resource.....

    Passion & Compassion 1914-1918 : WW1 militaria and technical documentation - artillery fuzes

    .....and clicking on the relevant link to the right of the screen.

    At least one of your fuzes is English as it is stamped R^L, which I believe pertains to the Royal Labs, Woolwich, the arrow being the War Dept stamp.

    Cheers

    Steve T

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