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Looks like the hatch from the conning tower interior on to the bridge. Too small to be one of the internal bulkhead hatches.


the diameter is about 75 cm

its 100% from the connig tower ??the diver told my this

and the weight is about 60 a 70 kilos

but i am not chure

its posibol from a u boat first war ??????

sorry for my bad englisch ??? but i do my best



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Does the script in the number "25", which is on a couple of the bolt heads, seem to be done in an early script? Were they still marking things in this type of script in WW2 era?

mmm i think there was mo law on numbering stamps during the 2 war

waffenambtstamps ok but this kind numberstamps yes they can use them in the 2 war

but like i tel fefore ist posibol ist a imperial german u boat luke

best regards


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