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    Found these shell casings help Id

    Found these shell casings help Id.




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    They are Japaneseicon. Need a metric measurement of the top for caliber. Looks like a 37mm cannon shell. Measurement of the top should confirm or deny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    Looks like a 37mm cannon shell.
    I agree for what it's worth, I too believe them Japaneseicon 37 mm. Nice little cases, wish I could find one here.
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    Thanks guys so far I been too busy with family matters to get some pictures but your right they are 37mm. They will be put up for sale as soon as i figure out what they are worth.

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    Calculate the scrap value of the brass, add $25 for interest factor.

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    At Aus they should start at $60-$70/Au a piece and go from there probably do better selling them separately rather than ask $120-$140 straight up so who knows what you will get may miss however they are WWII Japaneseicon and desirable.

    Then again Flea-bay is a funny place............

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    Not going to put them on flea bay. Steve already got claim to 1 of them an have an interested 2nd party form this wonderful site. I just get what is fair.

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    Pity postage is so high from the US to Au or I would have swooped on one still they are going to good homes of fellow collectors like myself.


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