Original Spanish Civil War Pre-WWII Inert Spanish 81mm Mortar Round for the Valero Modelo 1933 Mortar System
Original Item: Only One Available. Valero Modelo 1933 is a Spanish 81mm mortar. It was designed by Don Vicente Valero de Bernabé y Casañes, the chief engineer of "Esperanza y Compañía" (ECIA) weapon factory. The Spanish Army adopted this mortar in 1933 and used it during the colonial war in Morocco. Later Modelo 1933 was used during the Spanish Civil war by both sides.
This mortar round is totally non-functional and inert, having been deactivated according to specifications outlined by the BATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives). It is totally inert, and cannot be converted to an explosive device.
Not Available For Export
This is a lovely example of the seldom seen Spanish 81mm Mortar. It still retains much of the original paint and has an undamaged fixed tail fin assembly. We have not been able to find any arsenal markings stamped into the steel body, nor is there any evidence of anything being stenciled on it.
Comes more than ready for further research and display.
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- Totally inert, cannot be converted to an explosive devise, not available for export.
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