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Article about: Trench Art Tank, Brass made.. To think that some body made this, nearly 100 hundred years ago It's sitting here next to my computer screen, I have a little play with this brass tank now and

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    Trench Art Tank, Brass made..

    To think that some body made this, nearly 100 hundred years ago

    It's sitting here next to my computer screen, I have a little play with this brass tank now and then, and blow the dust off it

    I wonder if the sides of the tank were used as a match striker?

    It's quite heavy too!

    Made up with it
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    I like that, i wonder what was fixed to the big blob of solder?...
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    That might be a splash mark from a HESH round.

    A very nice piece of trench art!
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