2 cartridges cases...not sure ID

Hi !

I need to identify 2 (fired) WW2 cartridges cases…

1. The headstamp : 15 / S67 / P / 9 (probably…german…?!?)
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2.
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Probably 7.62×25mm Tokarev…?!? Which gun…?

  • Headstmap : “just” 3 at ‘12 o’clock’ and 43 at ‘6 o’clock’…

Thank you .

Probably ППШ,
the cartridge is equipped with the Ulyanovsk cartridge plant (No. 3) in 1943

The German 7.9 case is WWI. Polte Armaturen Fabrik, Magdeburg. LOT 9 1915, case Brass 67% Copper, 33%Zinc.
Doc AV

Thank you

WOW ! WW I …?!? Hmm…

Maybe it was used in WW2…?!? If so…which gun/weapon…?!?

Thank you.

WW1 stocks of 7.9 were captured by the Wehrmacht in Greece.
From there it can have made it’s way to almost any location of WW2 battlefields.
Guns were all those in use by WW2.

Thank you so much for these new and interesting informations (at least for me…) !!

So…it’s a 7.92x57mm Mauser BUT…made in WW I time frame, right ?

I found it in…the same large zone where I found the other WW2 relics…Axis (german and romanian forces; most likely a romanian unit fought in “my” area…but…‘who knows…’) vs Red Army…around the middle of 1944…

A ! S67 ‘indicates’ the percentage of the copper in the alloy/brass ! ;-)

I was afraid the sign from ‘3 o’clock’ is… the year…;-/

Very interesting…in THAT time frame…they “stamped” the case with this percentage …

Yes, it is a 7.92x57.

In WW1 no LOT’S exist.
“9” is the month of manufacturing (September)

Rgds