25 cm schwere Minenwerfer (SMW was 25 cm / A), heavy trench mortar, WW1
Photograph of Projectiles & Powder Charge Bags, 1870, Spain
Projectiles, Australian Navy WW2
10 cm brandgranat m1868, Sweden
3-p spetsprojektil, Sweden
17 cm granatkartesch m1887 Sweden
Studded Artillery Projectile French Next to Child, 1916
German 420mm shell, WW1
Artillery shell converted to airplane “Drop Bomb”, circa 1911
USS Brooklyn (CA-3) at League Island, Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, PA, in Feb. 1913
France, WW1 240mm projectile production
WW1 German troops with dud English 380mm (?)
WW1, German officers at a captured French Ammo-Storage at Breuil
Gunners Badeners a Heavy Artillery Battalion Landwehr (Landw. Fuss Art. Batla.) Shells with a 21cm (210mm).
Dynamite Gun Shell, 1897 U.S.
"36 inch overall, including tail made from hollow, brass capped iron tube with spirally twisted zinc vanes (to provide rotation in flight). The body of the shell, including fuse and 3/8″ lead sabot, measure about 23″ with diameter of 2.5″, the bursting chamber about 18″ and the screwed on combination fuse 3-1/2″. "
Child next to a 16 inch shell, WW1
WW1 German Postcard of unexploded shell in trunk of tree & a Russian Projectile