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1900 mortar cannonballs these weigh roughly 95kg each

1900 mortar cannonballs these weigh roughly 95kg each

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j W.
j W.

I SINCERELY FLATTERED WITH THE OFFER!! I will bear it in mind and keep watch, should I get enough funds. Kindest regards, Jon

21/03/2020
j W.
j W.

Bang on pal!!! I used to have a massive garden, like a putting green and palm trees... being Marine orientated I got 3 at a good price.. One from HMS TRINCOMALEE official Auction (Hartlepool ...) and the other two from Surrey..... epic drives!!! Red diesel in- skint but had to have them!!! Put em on the Ifor Williams trailer. I see you’re into Soviet block weapons... what’s your background??

21/03/2020
Lee S.
Lee S.

Wow very impressive these cannonballs I got from an auction and they originally came from the museum of navel firepower in Gosport I bought 9 in total so I’m selling a few and kept the best ones for myself always fancied a cannon but they just so expensive and then would have the problem of moving it around I’ve got no military background just grew up with a lot of family members who where

21/03/2020
Lee S.
Lee S.

If you wanted a ball for your collection I have one for £100

21/03/2020
j W.
j W.

Thanks for confirming!! Have you got any cannons?? I collect ships anchors.. Big ones.. 6’ ++?? I know they’re not cheap!!??!!??

21/03/2020
Lee S.
Lee S.

That’s certainly an interesting thing to collect bet they look great in the garden I’m mainly in to projectiles and large brass cases

21/03/2020
j W.
j W.

HI LEE, I'M AMAZED AT THEIR WEIGHT!!! ARE THEY SOLID CAST IRON?? WHAT CANNONS WERE THEY USED WITH??, SHIP, FORT, MOBILE?? I'M AN EX ROYAL MARINE AND I'M ASKING OUT OF INTEREST. JON

21/03/2020
Lee S.
Lee S.

Hello Jon they where used on a fort and would be fired from a 13 inch smooth mortar cannon

21/03/2020

2 of 13 inch cannonballs gate Guardians

£350.00

LA2 Craven

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1900 mortar cannonballs these weigh roughly 95kg each

1900 mortar cannonballs these weigh roughly 95kg each

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Lee S.
Lee S.
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    Questions and answers (8)

    or to ask a public question
    j W.
    j W.

    I SINCERELY FLATTERED WITH THE OFFER!! I will bear it in mind and keep watch, should I get enough funds. Kindest regards, Jon

    21/03/2020
    j W.
    j W.

    Bang on pal!!! I used to have a massive garden, like a putting green and palm trees... being Marine orientated I got 3 at a good price.. One from HMS TRINCOMALEE official Auction (Hartlepool ...) and the other two from Surrey..... epic drives!!! Red diesel in- skint but had to have them!!! Put em on the Ifor Williams trailer. I see you’re into Soviet block weapons... what’s your background??

    21/03/2020
    Lee S.
    Lee S.

    Wow very impressive these cannonballs I got from an auction and they originally came from the museum of navel firepower in Gosport I bought 9 in total so I’m selling a few and kept the best ones for myself always fancied a cannon but they just so expensive and then would have the problem of moving it around I’ve got no military background just grew up with a lot of family members who where

    21/03/2020
    Lee S.
    Lee S.

    If you wanted a ball for your collection I have one for £100

    21/03/2020
    j W.
    j W.

    Thanks for confirming!! Have you got any cannons?? I collect ships anchors.. Big ones.. 6’ ++?? I know they’re not cheap!!??!!??

    21/03/2020
    Lee S.
    Lee S.

    That’s certainly an interesting thing to collect bet they look great in the garden I’m mainly in to projectiles and large brass cases

    21/03/2020
    j W.
    j W.

    HI LEE, I'M AMAZED AT THEIR WEIGHT!!! ARE THEY SOLID CAST IRON?? WHAT CANNONS WERE THEY USED WITH??, SHIP, FORT, MOBILE?? I'M AN EX ROYAL MARINE AND I'M ASKING OUT OF INTEREST. JON

    21/03/2020
    Lee S.
    Lee S.

    Hello Jon they where used on a fort and would be fired from a 13 inch smooth mortar cannon

    21/03/2020
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