The link to this specific document can be found here: https://www.aferhm.org/images/fichiers/Etudes/7.62x39/Philippe%20Lafargue%20Russie.pdf
Alternately, Lafargue's article on Chinese ammunition can be found here: https://www.aferhm.org/images/fichiers/Etudes/7.62x39/Philippe%20Lafargue%20Chine.pdf
Finally, the website for AFEHRM can be found here: https://www.aferhm.org/index.php
I will try to make a translated version of the selections I posted here when I have the chance - I hope these articles are of use to everyone I agree it is a shame that we can't all speak the same language.
Thank you so much for this snek. I was actually coming on here to post something I discovered myself in relation to all this, so snek's findings were a big happy surprise.
Here is what I found though, just to add to things:
From the book "Kalashnikov: The Arms and the Man, a Revised and Expanded Edition of The AK47 Story" by Edward Clinton Ezell, (Cobourg, Ontario, Canada) Collector Grade Publications, 2001.
The picture itself is on page 212. This is exactly what I have been looking for. Russian standard ball ammo, with clips, from the 1950s. One thing I've been struggling to figure out in particular is if there was a marking for having clips, and according to this there is. On page 213, it says there was a Cyrillic phase "in clips" on these boxes. By the way, what is the abbreviation next to the number of rounds, (as in, what do the letters actually mean/stand for in Russian)?
Here is the relevant section from page 213:
In response to snek's finding (which are amazing), since I'm going for 1950s ball ammo with clips, it looks like for the top of the crate I'm looking for would have the double triangle with XIV inside the inner triangle and 29kr for the weight (see upper left image of box on page 47 of snek's pdf). For the markings on the side of the box, it looks like the image of the box on the upper left corner of page 51 of snek's pdf is what I want. I'm trying to make out what the Russian Cyrillic phrase for "in clips" is.
This helps so much with my project. Thank you snek and all.