Lovett Artillery Collection
Imperial German Foot Artillery
German Field Artillery
(Krupp) Mountain Gun
German Naval Gun
Imperial Russian Artillery
Artillery-Civil War Era
Artillery Related Spanish American-WW1
Anti-Tank Guns WW2
Anti-Tank Gun WW2
for Sale or Trade
NSB-3 Sights and Mortar Quadrants
US 3 Inch 1902 Firing Mechanism
US 37mm Ammo Holder Box for the Stuart Tank
Recent Updates May 2014: Restoration and parts for the German WW1 Era Field Artillery Limber for the 10,5cm lFH 1898/09, 15cm. R.K. Handheld Range Drum, 7,7cm lFK 1896 n/A and lFK 1916 Ammunition Collection, Restoration on the Second 7,7cm lFK 1896 n/A in the Collection, French 75mm mle/97 22/31 and 24/31 Fuze Setter, German Navy 8,8cm. S.K. L/30 Shell Case and Projectile
Recent Updates MAY 2013: US M1918 Caisson Limber (second example in collection), German Guard Field Artillery 4th Regt, NCO Tunic, US WWI 3rd Division, 76th Field Artillery, Officer's Group, US WWI 29th Division, 111th Field Artillery Tunic, Saxon Field Artillery Pickelhaube, 9cm. Kanone 1873 Ammunition
This site documents Leon and Ralph Lovett's private collection of Artillery, Anti-Tank Guns, Naval Guns, and Mortars.
This collection is used for study of historic artillery and ordnance related technology from 1800-1957.
Unless otherwise noted, all color photographs on the web site are images of actual examples within the Lovett Collection.
In some cases, period black & white photographs and drawings depict pieces outside of the collection.
Our goal is restoring and maintaining operational historic artillery pieces plus their associated equipment.
All artillery within the collection produced after 1898 is registered in the US with BATF
(If the piece is post 1957 it has been de-militarized to BATF Standards).
We are in no way a politically oriented group.
Elements of this collection may be considered for Movie Props Rental.
The Lovett Collection has been involved a number of movies to include Glory, Legends of the Fall, General's Daughter and recent work with Skywalker Sound for the Speilberg film War Horse.
All images, research, and text are sole property of Ralph Lovett