Valmara-69 or V-69 is a bounding fragmentation anti-personnel
landmine made in Italy. It is known to have been used in Angola,
Egypt, Iraq, Kurdistan, Kuwait, Mozambique, Sudan and Western
Sahara. An inner casing is packed with fragments of chopped
steel. The plastic outer case is usually green or sand coloured.
Main charge: 420g TNT/RDX (Composition B)
Fuze: an integral five-pronged fuze is designed for pressure
and tripwire (tilt) operation.
Examples found in the same minefield have varied significantly in build quality (although all apparently came from the same production facility). This variation may influences your decision over whether to disarm the mine by raplacing its arming clip. Examples of the different crowns are shown below. Generally, if a crown has rusted badly it is of a lower build quality and may be unpredictable.
picture below shows a copy known as the "J-69" that was made
in South Africa. These may have only one fuze prong. The J-69
was widely used in Southern Africa (especially Angola and Namibia).