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  • Pair of German M24 stick grenade top cans with original green and Dunkelgelb paintwork remains recovered from a field near Trun a pit dug by the allies where lots of German equipment buried after the battle in the Falaise Pocket, Normandy 1944

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    This is a unusual find from the battlefield in this condition a pair of German stick grenade top cans the outer cases one an M24 the other an M43 which are not complete they look like they have been blown up as they are ripped and bent by the force of the explosion.The cans which are empty and inert and one has some of its original green paintwork and the M43 stick grenade which has very rare paintwork to find on a grenade late 1942 pattern Dunkelgelb clear to see.Both cans are in nice condition for fragile relics both cases are still in very solid condition still with some dirt and muck attached from the recovery they have been lightly cleaned and still retain some original colour they are perfect for display or any collection .The stick grenade cans were recovered from a field near Trun, which we think was a pit dug by the allies where lots of German equipment was thrown in and buried after the battle in the Falaise Pocket, Normandy in France 1944. A nice rare relic from the famous Normandy battlefield and they come with A5 laminated information card with picture.


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