Inert, 47x280mm APBC Anti-Tank Round for the C.47 F.R.C. Mod.31 Anti-Tank Gun.
The headstamp is “C.47 1939 FN LOT 34"
Measures approx. 42 x 5 cm.
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The following is copied from the internet: The Royal Cannon Foundry 47mm anti-tank gun Model 1931 (French: Canon anti-char de 47mm Fonderie Royale de Canons Modèle 1931, abbreviated to C.47 F.R.C. Mod.31) was an artillery piece developed in 1931 for the Belgian Army which saw widespread service in the Battle of Belgium in 1940. It was colloquially known as the "'Quat'sept", after its 47 millimetres (1.9 in) caliber, by the Belgian soldiers that used it. The gun was also able to be incorporated into fixed defences and bunkers, including the Belgian fortifications at the Albert Canal. They were also fixed to the T-13 tank destroyer and the 'Canon antichar automoteur Vickers-Carden-Loyd Mk.VI'
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