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A bunch of keys with a standard Wehrmacht tag

Product number: 10304
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Price: USD 150

A bunch of keys with a standard Wehrmacht tag.The tag is manufactured in a factory way from zinc.It means "crew" in translation.It was used for locks of Wehrmacht equipment.The ring is brass, the soldiers used from the ANZ29 incendiary tube. The "Sul" key is broken.The Ronis key was manufactured (and is still being manufactured) for electrical equipment.A bunch of keys was found in a German bunker near the village of Dmitriewka near Stalingrad at the positions of the 376th infantry division of the Wehrmacht.The keys were left unnecessary due to the loss of equipment by the Wehrmacht in the Stalingrad environment.The commander of the regiment of the 376th division, Luipold Steidle, writes that he left Dmitriewka in the winter of 1942 on a motorcycle - the only remaining transport.There was nothing else left of the equipment in the division....

 

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Shipping cost of small freights (badges, buckles, rings, etc.):

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— 40-55 USD by Russian Post

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