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Help with identifying ww2 fuse.

Article about: Hi all, Although I have a reasonably large ww2 collection Iíve never had anything like this before, so Iím struggling to identify it. I have been told it is a ww2 fuse. It was given to me by

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    Question Help with identifying ww2 fuse.

    Hi all,
    Although I have a reasonably large ww2 collection Iíve never had anything like this before, so Iím struggling to identify it. I have been told it is a ww2 fuse. It was given to me by an English couple who dug it up in there garden in Coventry. Due to the story Iím guessing its either German or something the British were using in self defence. Any help would be appreciated.

    - The thread is approx. 6cm in diameter.
    - It has ď A.T.M.Ē stamped on it along with ď12 16Ē and ďLOT 603" as well as a host of other makings.

    See photos below:



    Last edited by jarrenb; 10-22-2011 at 10:18 AM.

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    Default Re: Help with identifying ww2 fuse.

    Gday,
    Whilst i Can't identify this could it be a AAA round fuse.Coventry was hit very hard during the Blitz.
    Just food for thought.
    Cheers
    Dave
    PS good luck tomorrow with the world cup jarrenb.Please don't choke you All Blacks LOL.

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    British Fuse No.101 used on 4.5 inch guns etc.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Thanks for that... I'm glad I found this forum and I will certainly be paying the subscription.

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