11mm Pin fire
|This box is of French or maybe of a Belgian production, anyone who knows? No year or factory anywhere on the box.|
From AJ collection
|This box is produced by SMF, France. There is no indication of the age of production.|
From Private Collector
|This is another type of the imported ELEY ammunition from a early production. This box should have a date of manufacturing at the bottom of the label, but that part is scraped off. |
This box is produced for Norway and Sweden in a joint venture.
Thanks to private collector for the image.
|This is a box of imported ammunition from ELEY in London, UK. It is difficult to say a precise production year for this box, but I would guess for about 1890 something. Please correct me if you know. |
Thanks to Private collector for this image.
|This box is imported from Germany. There is no factory specified on the box, one can only guess when and were it was produced.|
From Rude of Åtvidaberg's collection.
|This is a very early box of 7,5mm Nagant ammunition, produced in 1893 from an unknown manufacturer.|
|The box label reads: |
7,5 mm. Live
Manufactured in Marieberg ammunition factory in 1909.
|This paper wrap containing 250 rounds of ammunition, divided to 10 boxes of 25 rounds. The package is produced by Geco.|
Courtesy Gustav T. collection
|Ammunition has always been imported, like this box of 7,5 mm Nagant ammunition manufactured by GECO in Germany. There is no manufacturing date or year so I cannot surely say when it is produced. |
The box has a blue stamp telling that this box have been re-packed or checked at the Karlsborg ammunition factory at 6 February 1947.
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