Case – Big Bertha WWI

Cigarette case in the shape of the 42-centimetre German bullet of the short naval cannon, popularly known by the nickname Big Bertha, built by Krupp and fielded by the Imperial German Army from 1914 to 1918 during the First World War. The 42 cm (17 in) calibre barrel, making it one of the largest artillery pieces ever fielded. With inlaid medal of Paul von Hindenburg, who was at the beginning of World War I, commander-in-chief on the Eastern Front.

  • Model: Army
  • Year: 1914 - 18
  • Status: in collection