A 76 mm shell from David Ayer’s 2014 World War 2 drama Fury. The film was nominated for numerous awards and won several, including Best Cast from the National Board of Review and the Hollywood Editing Award from Hollywood Film Awards.
Sent on a deadly mission behind enemy lines at the war’s end, Sergeant Dan “Wardaddy” Collier (Brad Pitt) fights to keep his crew together as they are outgunned and outnumbered in Nazi Germany.
Artillery shells were seen in numerous settings throughout the movie, including at the start in the U.S. encampment scene where Fury first returns to base. Multiple shells are piled in a heap on the muddy ground.
Made from a long tube of hard black plastic, the shell features metal caps at each end stamped with technical information in black and white text – ’76 mm gun’, ‘Container. 76 mm. M92’. A band of bright yellow tape encircles one end. The item shows signs of wear and significant muddy residue from use during production, but remains in good overall condition.
Materials: Plastic, Ferrous Metals.
Item size - 34.57" x 3.94" x 3.94" (87.8cm x 10cm x 10cm)
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