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1917 dated Navy landing gun casing

Article about: Bought this today along the a fixerupper K98k bayonet. Paid 10\\$ for it, The base says G.M.CO. 1917 3IN LG LOT 305 and then a Navy Anchor and after that is J.B.S. I looked around online and s

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    Default 1917 dated Navy landing gun casing

    Bought this today along the a fixerupper K98k bayonet. Paid 10$ for it, The base says G.M.CO. 1917 3IN LG LOT 305 and then a Navy Anchor and after that is J.B.S.
    I looked around online and saw that these were rare? What do you guys think? I dont know anything about these but I found this one interesting
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    Default Re: 1917 dated Navy landing gun casing

    I have the exact same thing from my Great Uncle who was in the Navy in WWI... However mine's "trench art" (it has flowers hand engraved around the entire thing) and has the actual silver bullet top part.

    I've been trying to figure out how much it's worth. Let me know what you find.

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