7.9x57mm with “T. N. 1938” headstamp


#1

Does anyone have a 7.9x57mm cartridge with a “T. N. 1938” headstamp? I think that is what this round is but I don’t have another to verify it with.


#2

I am just guessing, is it “Toledo Nacional”?


#3

I have never heard of a “Toledo Nacional”. There are cartridges from the SCW headstamped "T. N. 5 1937), where T. N. 5 means Taller Número 5 (workshop number 5).


#4

Hello, the initials T.N. correspond to TALLERES NOTARIO, of Barcelona. One of the industries under the control of the COMMISSION OF INDUSTRIES OF WAR OF CATALONIA.


#5

The information I have for the initials T.N. is in agreement with ximo. What I really wanted to know are T.N. the initials for the shown headstamp? The first letter is so lightly struck it is hard to determine what it is. I thought maybe someone could compare their example with mine and verify if mine is in fact a T.N. or not.


#6

Here I accompany an pìcture of three cartridges “T.N. 1938”. Common the bad quality of the marking.


#7

ximo
Thank you so much for posting the picture of the “T. N. 1938” headstamps. That is just what I wanted to see. It verifies that the initials in my headstamp are in fact T.N. I really appreciate your time and effort.