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Can you tell us about the last photo of the early field artillery piece? Robert

 

HI Redherring

 

the piece. the last picture is a 75/22 Espanyol mountain cannon.

He is a gun carriages from the 105/11 schneider used during the civil war to which after this change were very worn by a 75/22 cannon manufactured by Ordnance Factory of Seville tube.who hit the same projectiles used by the 75/28 Schneider in Spain with different load projection

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Can you tell us about all of them ! how you came by them , any history ? Cheers !

 

 

Behind each of the pieces they have their story

Each restoration is like a baby and despite being the order for a client ... most of them once rebuilt. They take part of my ..unfortunately all of them are demilled, thanks to the laws of our country....

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The reflector is a (FLAKSCHEINWERFER 60 CM A.E.G)

With operation by Carbon electrodes and automatic feed system Siemens-Schuckert. with 60volts dc to 90 amp. and adiameter of 60cm. mirror, used by the Germans during World War II, especially as accompanying reflector in 20mm flak batteries.The last picture is prior to the restoration, as can be seen using the same carriage transport the flak 30/38. (luckily saved Covered almost all the time) which enabled it to be fully functional after restoration ...

this piece was for a customer and is on sale now...

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