WTB obsolete military cartridges

Dear fellow collectors,
Below is a list of the cartridges I’m looking for.
If you have some for sell, please feel free to make me an offer.

Austria :
18.84x57R Wänzl Mle 1871 no hstp

Belgium :
11,7x59R Montigny no hstp
11x70R Montigny B

Denmark :
11,44x15 pinfire Mle 1861 KT
12x15 pinfire Mle 1865 A

France :
9 mm treuille de beaulieu Mle 1852 no hstp
23x100R Claxton FAB Chaudun et Deriviere Paris CLAXTON INV

Great britain :
.476" enfield MK I no hstp
.303" enfield MKIII R/I\L C III
.65" gatling no hstp

Holland :
11,3x45R remigton carbine no hstp
17,5x29R ( .69” Snider ) 18 “crown” 68 W

Italy :
12x15 pinfire Mle 1865 L 1866 P “grenade”
10,35x20R Italian Mle 1874 T 75

Norway :
17x32RF Snider no hstp

Portugal :
7,65x21 parabellum Mle1904 * / AE / * / 1910 /
6,5x54R Mannlicher * / AE / * / 1930 /

Russia :
20,8x96,6R B III ß 77

Serbia :
15,5x35R Serbian Peabody Mle 1870 G or A OS G *

7,9 Mauser cartridges

Ex patrone 88 S 2 01
Platzpatrone 98 for rifle (copperplated steel case, false purple wood bullet)
Beschuss (black primer headstamped B J 8 12 S)
Alder spitz-phosphorpatrone (conical bullet H 5 18 S67)
Alder eisenachpatrone (rounded tombak bullet, red primer seal 4 18 S67)

Sme Nahpatrone green case ( eej St+ 8 42 ou eej-St+ 14 44 )
Spr (black bullet , black primer seal)
B - v
PP Mle 1927 (rose paper bullet)
Treibpatrone alte Art für Propagandagranate (crimp with red neck)
Treibpatrone neue Art für Panzergranate (black primer seal)
Treibpatrone GG/P40 (long golden wood ball)

8 mm Lebel cartridges	

armor percing type Poignon
incendiary (long brass bullet PH1)
incendiary (long brass bullet PH2)
blank Mle 1886C (flat nose paper bullet)
blank Mle 1887 (rolled paper bullet)
blank Mle 1889 ENT (flat nose wood bullet)
blank Mle 1890 (round nose paper bullet)
inert Mle 1890 (fluted brass bullet)

I believe there are only two known specimens in existence. I heard that the list time one changed hands that thousands of dollars were involved.

IIRC they produced less than 200K and these were used for training. Most ended up in South Africa.

According to Tony Edward’s website you’re true.

for what it is worth, I also have one on my wish list :)


Mayhem & Laurent
For what it is worth the number of .303" MK III known is 5. Only one is a complete loaded ball round & it resides in Merry Olde. I understand the sum paid for it was counted in the thousands of dollars.
In The Woodin collection there are three. I believe two are dummies & one is a sectioned display example with the powder The 5th also resides AZ. It is a sectioned display dummy but has no powder.
There are a couple of other examples known with a MK III marked case but those are without the MK III bullet.


Thank you Pete, just want to add that I thought that there are two complete rounds known, one in england as you say and I believed that the other was in the Woodin’s collection. But you should know this better than me, so now not sure of the second…