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Catalog # Name Description
151 00.70.0093 Cover, shell, artillery

Paper tube, artillery shell wrapper; placed over heads of shells to cushion them while in munitions carrier; black paper construction; white stenciled letters, "gr. B. Pzgr. bkj 43 (1943)",

Paper wrapper from German ammunition dump, used to cushion the shells in ammunition carrier. Picked up near an over-run artillery Bricquebec, Normandy, France
Donated by Eugene C. Bovee

152 00.70.0096 Shell, artillery

No. 24-14. Brass Cannon Ball found at Fernandino Fla. Spanish War. Presented by Major W.C. Bruyant 

00.70.0096 (Shell, artillery) image
153 00.70.0097 Shell, artillery

Solid, from a 6 pound gun.

154 00.70.0099 Cartridge

Confederate cartridge; round with a piece on top. Musket ball
Captured at Fort Donelson

Presented by: Hoffman

155 00.70.0100 Detonator

Coil spring detonator from a Nazi booby-trap attached to knock-out German armored car in a field near Briquebec, France. The trap was rigged to be fired electrically off of the battery by the contact points in the coil spring

156 00.70.0101 Shell, artillery

Spanish; hole from top to bottom.
Spanish shell, Cuba Battlefields. April 1942

157 00.70.0102 Shot, case

Solid. Found at Dunbars Hill, PA.

158 00.70.0103a Shell, artillery

Two parts. a. Shell.

159 00.70.0103b Shell, artillery cap

b. Apex or cap.

160 00.70.0104a Shell, artillery

Three parts. a. Shell, copper around it.

161 00.70.0104b Shell, artillery Apex

b. Apex, brass.

162 00.70.0104c Shell, artillery pellets

c. 12 pellets, found inside.

163 00.70.0105 Shell, casing

Milled brass construction; rimmed base; primer on center base; base stamped, "RS L57 16 S, 65 De VI, Ln"; cylindrical.

00.70.0105 (Shell, casing) image
164 00.70.0107 Machine Gun

German MG-08 Maxim machine gun; standard German trench weapon of World War I, used to a limited degree during World War II; blued receiver and rear areas; green painted finish on water cooling jacket; twin wooden pistol grips; adjustable rear sight; scope mount on rear left side (no scope); receiver (top of feed cover) milled, "47040, MG-08, D. W. M. (Deutsche Waffen & Munitionsfabriken German Weapons & Ammunitions Manufacturer), Berlin, 1918"; German imperial crown proof marks on receiver & water cooling tank, 8mm.

Sled mount, for mounting German MG-08 Maxim machine gun; steel construction; green painted finish; adjustable folding front legs, twin locking arms, hinged to rear sled plate; hinged top mounting bracket, winged nut; elevation mechanishm and hand wheel at rear; hinged metal accessory compartments on upper & lower rear areas; leather knee pads on lower rear legs; leather shoulder pads on interior of front legs; right front top of sled stamped, "AM 8699" (makers mark and No.); left front stamped, "18".

00.70.0107 (Machine Gun) image
165 00.70.0108 Frizzle

Lock plate frizzen for a Kentucky rifle made between about 1775 and 1830.

166 00.70.0109 Shell

Two pieces. a. Shell, "US". b. Bullet shell, "U".

167 00.70.75.0001 Bullet None
168 00.70.75.0002 Bullet None
169 00.70.75.0003 Bullet

Distorted.

170 00.70.90.0001 Bullet None
171 00.70.90.0002 Bullet

Springfield.

172 1966.0003 Insignia

Shoulder insignia, Second Liuetenant, Civil War. Worn by Major William A. Dinwiddle.

173 1969.0032 Uniform

Trousers and blouse, U. S. Navy enlisted man's World War II issue. a. Heavy navy blue trousers, wool; bell bottom cut; large button flap front closure, thirteen (13), anchor design, navy buttons; two (2) front waist slash pockets; lacing at center rear waist; blue cotton cloth lining; interior marked, "HEALEY". b. Middy blouse, navy blue (black) fine wool material; short waist style; yoke reinforcement at center chest; slash left breast pocket; left side zippered closure; rear neck flap, single white stripe on sleeve cuffs; three (3) white stripes on all sides of neck flap; diamond shaped navy blue wool cloth patch, golden eagle design on upper right breast (denotes honorable discharge from U. S. Armed Forces); black satin lining; interior right zippered pocket; interior center back slash pocket; interior right label, "Joe the Navy Tailor, Uniforms A Specialty, Oakland, Calif."; blouse is not standard U. S. Navy issue, rather tailor made to order. c. Middy blouse, U. S. Navy enlisted man's World War I issue; heavy navy blue wool material; long waist style, drawstring bottom; reinforcement yoke at center chest; upper left breast slash pocket; rear neck flap; double (2) white stripes on sleeve cuffs; three (3) white stripes on all sides of neck flap; black plastic, anchor design, navy buttons (2) on cuffs; unlined interior; interior right button flap pocket; no rank insignia; d. Cap. Color: BL,BK,GD,TN

174 1969.0032D Uniform Hat

Trousers and blouse, U. S. Navy enlisted man's World War II issue. a. Heavy navy blue trousers, wool; bell bottom cut; large button flap front closure, thirteen (13), anchor design, navy buttons; two (2) front waist slash pockets; lacing at center rear waist; blue cotton cloth lining; interior marked, "HEALEY". b. Middy blouse, navy blue (black) fine wool material; short waist style; yoke reinforcement at center chest; slash left breast pocket; left side zippered closure; rear neck flap, single white stripe on sleeve cuffs; three (3) white stripes on all sides of neck flap; diamond shaped navy blue wool cloth patch, golden eagle design on upper right breast (denotes honorable discharge from U. S. Armed Forces); black satin lining; interior right zippered pocket; interior center back slash pocket; interior right label, "Joe the Navy Tailor, Uniforms A Specialty, Oakland, Calif."; blouse is not standard U. S. Navy issue, rather tailor made to order. c. Middy blouse, U. S. Navy enlisted man's World War I issue; heavy navy blue wool material; long waist style, drawstring bottom; reinforcement yoke at center chest; upper left breast slash pocket; rear neck flap; double (2) white stripes on sleeve cuffs; three (3) white stripes on all sides of neck flap; black plastic, anchor design, navy buttons (2) on cuffs; unlined interior; interior right button flap pocket; no rank insignia; d. Cap. Color: BL,BK,GD,TN

175 1969.16.0001 Uniform

Enlisted man's World War II field dress issue. a. Eisenhower style waist length jacket, olive green wool material; five (5) green plastic buttons at front; two button flap breast pockets; shoulder straps; metal adjustment slides at wiast sides; three (3) green chevrons & a single rocker bar on blue cloth patch (Technical Sergeant 3rd grade) on mid-sleeves; blue cloth patch, red arrow & white stars (Pacific Theatre of Operations) on upper left shoulder; four (4) yellow cloth bars on green patch on lower left sleeve (2 years overseas service); single green diagonal stripe (Federal Service) on lower left sleeve ( 2 years overseas service); single green diagonal stripe (Federal Service) on lower left sleeve; white cloth patch, red roundel center (37th Division) on upper right shoulder sleeve; green cloth diamond shaped patch, gold eagle design & wreath above right breast pocket ( discharge patch, "ruptured duck"); five (5) ribbon bars above left breast pocket; "U.S." on right lapel, medical insignia on left lapel. b. Pants, wool. Color: GR

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