Inert, WWII British No.36 Mk.I Mills Hand Grenade in good condition, complete with original brown varnish finish.
The body has a cast marking of "CC"
"CC" is the manufacturer's abbreviation for Carron Company, Falkirk, Scotland.
The base plug is marked "E.E. Co" and dated 1940.
"E.E. Co" is the manufacturer's abbreviation for English Electric Company.
Thanks to David Sampson's Mills Grenade Collectors website for the above information on manufacturers.
According to the previous owner, this came from a batch of Mills Grenades which were found in Holland in the 1980s. The grenades had been captured by the Germans during WWII and the boxes had been over-painted with German markings.
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