These are authentic pieces of history, what an exciting find! We found two sizes of shell casings, both are dated and both have the iron eagle on top of a swastika symbol stamped on the bottom. The eagle was a common government symbol used throughout Europe. The original national symbol used by Germany had the eagles head facing right. When Nazi Germany adopted the symbol, the head was changed to the left and in the eagles talons was a swastika. This is the symbol stamped on the bottom of the shell casings along with the date. The dates vary from late 1930's to the early 1940's. These historic shells have some surface rust (due to long time storage), and vary in color. Overall they are in nice condition considering their age and the rarity. Your choice of two sizes: 105mm (small) or 152mm (large). Quantities are very limited."
We have run out of 152MM units as pictured.
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