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This is an original and rare WW2 (April 1940 dated) empty wooden ammunition box, originally containing 500 rounds of .303 mark VII ball ammunition in 10 round paper packets. The wooden box retains most of its original green paint, edged with red. The box is complete with its original tinplate liner and has 5 original paper labels on it showing the contents of the box including a Southern Railway transport label. The box is also stenciled in yellow EXD PHD.11.41 . The base of the box is stenciled in yellow CAPT. HOVENDEN CML BUILDINGS GREAT CHARLES STREET BIRMINGHAM . During WW2 the building was the CML Building was the home of the Colonial Mutual Life Assurance building at 148 - 149 Great Charles Street, Birmingham, shown in the photographs. The box has its original closing pin and string which when pulled out allows the lid to slide forward and detach. The box has a copper stranded wire handle which has a leather carrying handle. All metal fittings on the box are non -ferrous and are made of copper and brass including the split pin. The price includes UK delivery. O 1282