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    Posted 8 years ago

    Vintage4U
    (3 items)

    This fire extinguisher is about 15 inches long and 11.5 inches in diameter. The body is red and the handle is black. My father passed away a few years ago and my mother didn't want this item so I brought it home. Other than that the label is faded and I don't know anything about it. Any information that people can share with me will be appreciated!

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    1. Gordon_M Gordon_M, 6 years ago
      I'll tell you what it is - because I'm looking for one of them, so if you want it to go to a good home .....

      It is a standard 15lb CO2 Fire Extinguisher from WW2, but American, I believe that exact type was Kidde manufacture and the Sunday name was;

      EXTINGUISHER, fire, portable, assembly, KIDDE 15b CO2 Type

      Standard equipment on some armoured vehicles and larger trucks. It will have the date code stamped into the shoulder, something like xx-4Y where xx is the month and 4Y will be 41, 42, 43, 44, or 45.

      I have a 1944 American vehicle that has a space waiting for that if you want to sell it ...
    2. Vintage4U, 6 years ago
      Gordon, what is the best way for me to contact you?

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