Vintage Ww2 1941 Trench Art Brass Artillery Shell 90mm M19 Ashtray


Vintage Ww2 1941 Trench Art Brass Artillery Shell 90mm M19 Ashtray

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Vintage Ww2 1941 Trench Art Brass Artillery Shell 90mm M19 Ashtray:
$60


This listing is for one vintage WW2 brass artillery shell ashtray. Heavy solid brass. Markings on the bottom 90MM M19. Lot 6268. FA 1941.

Overall measurements: base is 5 1/8" in diameter. 6" tall.

This old ashtray is in good used vintage condition. It does show age and use wear. There is a crack and denting to the bullet. Staining and tarnishing to the brass. Dirty and needs cleaning. Some paint splatters. Please see all photos and email with any questions.

A lot of my items are vintage, not new, and selling "as is". If my description and photos do not answer your questions, please email before offerding or buying.

I sell and ship to US only. Shipping by USPS or UPS. Always happy to combine purchases for savings on shipping.

Thanks for looking and be sure to visit my store.

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Vintage Ww2 1941 Trench Art Brass Artillery Shell 90mm M19 Ashtray:
$60

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