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Maker: Simson & Co, SuhlGerman gunmetal clinometer used to measure the angle of elevation to be given to a gun in order to obtain the correct range to hit a certain target. Inscribed with the Number '570'. Bubble level is b...
Maker: German ArmyGerman artillery map board for portion of the Eastern Front.
TechnologySpring and firing pin assembly from Bergman MP18/1 submachine gun.
TechnologyA manually driven electric generator powered by a bicycle drive train, and mounted on the rear forks of a tandem bicycle.
Maker: Franz StockSteel hand-held tool for manually adjusting the fuze on an artillery projectile. The device is 285 mm long, 120 mm wide, and has a maximium depth of 25mm. It consists of a fluted handle 150 mm in le...
TechnologyLight field artillery piece on two wheeled Box trail. The gun has a horizontal sliding breech block, and has a splinter-proof Shield. wheels are wooden spoked. Weight of projectile 5.89/7.2 kg; Muzzl...
TechnologyThe 10cm Kanone 04 was the first cannon introduced into the German Army with an axial recoil system, using twin oil cylinders to buffer the recoil, and springs as recuperators. The barrel and cradle s...
Technology10 cm field gun, on a two wheeled box trail, with splinter proof shield. The trail is of rivetted steel plate. It was, however, generally fired from its cradle in the usual manner, the recoil thrust ...
Maker: Fried Krupp AG (1903-1943)13 cm calibre German heavy field gun, with a box trail, recoil spade, splinter-proof shield and axial recoil system mounted in twin cylinders under the barrel. The barrel can be elevated from -5 to...
Technology10 cm calibre Medium artillery piece. Steel box trail, with axial recoil system. Splinter-proof shield. Brake arms mounted to front of shield - this is unusual - most artillery pieces of that perio...
TechnologyKrupp 8 cm Kraftwagen Flak anti-aircraft gun. The equipment consists of three main elements: the gun; the gun's firing table and ground supports; and the transportation carriage. Gun: The gun is st...
TechnologySpare barrel for a 21 cm Morser, mounted on its transportation wagon. The barrel has a matching breech ring and breech block number. Factory proof marks on breech ring, Kp S 2648. Kp 18; Kp M 1340. Th...
TechnologyThe Model 1916 75.88 mm Trench Mortar n/A (neue Art) was used by the Germany Army during the First World War from 1916 onwards. The trench mortar is made from ordnance steel and features a breech load...
Maker: UnknownTrench Mortar Clinometer and charge range scale with three main components: - a steel range adjusting arm marked with inscribed hatches and range distances. Slightly corroded. - A steel clamp wh...
Technology10.5 cm light field howitzer with sliding Krupp breech block. Mounted on steel box carriage, with two wooden spoked wheels. Breech number 455. Factory proof M 2787 Kp & S 6552 Kp. No firing pin. Bree...
TechnologyMobile medium 7.7 cm pedestal-mounted anti-aircraft gun on a vehicle-drawn wheeled metal trailer. The gun is attached to a central mount that pivots through 360 degrees in azimuth and has provision fo...
Maker: UnknownEmpty German light trench mortar shell.
Technology21 cm howitzer with an horizontally sliding breechblock. Inscribed 'Nr 1257 Fried Krupp A.G. Essen 1918' on the rear face of the breech block. Barrel is mounted on a steel box carriage, with steel sp...
TechnologyGerman Anti-tank gun. The gun has a barrel of monobloc construction with a double baffle muzzle brake. The barrel is a twenty groove, right hand twist type. The breech is of the horizontal sliding blo...
Technology15 cm sFH 93 heavy howitzer. The gun barrel is made from cast nickel steel. The breech was closed by a horizontal sliding breech block, missing in this example. The gun carriage is made from rivetted...