Another one and ID if possible

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Another one and ID if possible

Post by Bo2 » 17 Jun 2011 09:57

Bonjour

What are they ?????? German or French ??? I think French but could it be a 24P8 ????????
hauteur totale : 2,20 dont 0,10 de base
diamètre : 1,50 ou 1,60
6 ouvertures de 0,36 x 0,8. Elles se situent à 0,50 du sommet
renflement sur un côté de 107 de hauteur x 0,80 de large
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DSC02181.jpg
They was on same place that the last fourth but these are not free each one (5000 euros 8O )
JF
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Re: Another one and ID if possible

Post by mkappius » 17 Jun 2011 15:59

Congratulations !
Yes, this must be a 24P8.
The messurements are ok.
"Panzer Atlas" says: High 2,30 m.
The first time, I see one.

Michael

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Re: Another one and ID if possible

Post by jopaerya » 17 Jun 2011 16:44

Hello JF

You can start a store in German armor turrets ( special price for you my friend ,today )

Regards Jos
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Re: Another one and ID if possible

Post by JKernwerk » 17 Jun 2011 18:23

Really nice!
Never seen one before.
They look a bit like the infantry observation turrets found in the older fortifications at Metz.
These have the same round shape but the observationslits are a bit different.
Could these have the same chair as the 749P3 (just like the older ones at Metz).
Greetings Jack.

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Re: Another one and ID if possible

Post by wimve » 18 Jun 2011 10:01

mkappius wrote:Congratulations !
.....
The first time, I see one.
Michael
I see two ... :D
I wonder what lays underneath all the rest of "later year" metal scrap.
Thanks,

Wim
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Re: Another one and ID if possible

Post by AvB » 18 Jun 2011 11:47

Holy crap 8O
Great find, thanks for sharing.
Any stamps/numbers on these ones?
And there are three of them?

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Re: Another one and ID if possible

Post by Bo2 » 18 Jun 2011 13:59

Bonjour à tous

Jos: you have drawing that is better than "panzeratlas"
Wimve: I think that he recovers all from air force from many years, he began in 1945 on AW !!! :? :x :x :x
and yes there is 2 !
AvB: it's not me who take photos and seen these two. But my friend did not see something, perhaps on the other sides ?
and if you want use photos for your website it's OK

Every body confirms that they are 24P8, do you know on which bunkers they were envisaged ? and if many was made ?

JF

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Re: Another one and ID if possible

Post by AvB » 18 Jun 2011 14:08

Here's another drawing.
Can you pm your friend's name so I can change the credit on the blog.
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Re: Another one and ID if possible

Post by JKernwerk » 28 Apr 2019 21:23

According to the Facebookgroup "Du bastion au béton - Fortifications de Strasbourg et du Bas Rhin" they found another 24P8 during buildingwork on the riverside of the Rhine near Neuf-Brisach.
Greetings Jack.

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