Identification please?


#1

Can anybody when and by who these headstamps were made?
All have paper cases without print.



Regards René


#2

The last one is from North Korea


#3

Thanks Pivi,
one down three to go!
René


#4

E S : Edouard Schröder, Germany


#5

Hi JP,
Thanks for that one.
How about the other two. I have been told the L.F. is anold french one.
THe Sporting Cartridge SF could this something from SFM???

Just guessing?

Regards René


#6

S Sporting Cartridge F 12 : Cartoucherie Belge de Cureghem (subsidiary of SFM indeed)

L.F : hum ! What did they tell you about it ??

JP
PS : I’ve post a lot of answers about your questions on the Dutch website one month ago.
Have you seen them ?


#7

[quote]PS : I’ve post a lot of answers about your questions on the Dutch website one month ago.
Have you seen them [/quote]

HI JP, you answered questions from the other René about the all paper case. Yes I have seen them.
I know it is confusing sometimes with R.Polman R. Snellink and R.Kootstra

Thanks one the Sporting Cartridge

René P


#8

Hello rené,

You didn’t answer to my question :
" L.F : hum ! What did they tell you about it ??"

JP


#9

Hello Jean Pierre,

Sorry, they only told me it was a very early french made shotshell. Nothing on the maker.
That’s all I can tell you about it.

Regards René


#10

[quote=“polman”]Hello Jean Pierre,

Sorry, they only told me it was a very early french made shotshell. Nothing on the maker.
That’s all I can tell you about it.

Regards René[/quote]

Is your shell really old ?
Check the rim thickness

jp


#11

[quote]Is your shell really old ?
Check the rim thickness[/quote]

You tell me.
The rim is approx. 1.7 1.8 mm.

I said there was no print on the case but I made a mistake.
Here it is.

I hope this is enough to say wether it is old or not, and perhaps identification.

Regards René