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  • 6×30 Dienstglas binocular case strap

    170.00

    Hard to find spare 6×30 Dienstglas case strap in very good and supple condition.

  • Pre war 6×30 Dienstglas by Hensoldt

    200.00

    A very nice pre war Dienstglas by Hensoldt, Wetzlar. The Dienstglas is complete with all straps and its bakelite rain shield and finished with brass. The vision is clear and the right eyepiece still retains the Strichplatte. A nice used set in good, combat used condition!

  • Tan 6×30 Dienstglas marked CAG

    225.00

    A nice tan painted 6×30 Dienstglas or army issue binoculars. These where issued to all branches in the Wehrmacht. The binoculars retain their original tan paint up to 75%. The binoculars are marked CAG indicating production by Swarovski. The binoculars are in working condition without a Strichplatte.

  • Tan 6×30 Dienstglas marked CAG

    225.00

    A nice tan painted 6×30 Dienstglas or army issue binoculars. These where issued to all branches in the Wehrmacht. The binoculars retain their original tan paint up to 75%. The binoculars are marked CAG indicating production by Swarovski. The binoculars are in working condition without a Strichplatte. The leather strap is old but in my opinion added to the piece.

  • Speckled brown bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container

    300.00

    A stunning speckled brown bakelite 6×30 binocular case. Later in the war when the Germans ran out of pigment for bakelite they switched over to different fillers. Sawdust was one of the filling materials used, creating a interesting speckled finish. The brown bakelite dienstglas containers where mostly found with tan 6×30 binoculars. The case is in very good, undamaged condition and has a very aesthetic and vibrant light brown colour which would nicely attribute a late war uniform setup.

  • Tan 6×30 Dienstglas DDX

    375.00

    A very nice late war 6×30 power binoculars or Dienstglas in yellow colour. These late war binoculars is fitted with its original strap with the textbook original yellow studs. The strap is in mint condition. The binoculars are clear and usable. The Strichplatte is visible in the right eyepiece. A very nice pair of late war binoculars still featuring most of its wartime yellow paint!

  • Rare bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas CXN

    1,450.00

    One of the rarest bits of German army equipment. A stunning pair of 6×30 Dienstglas binoculars marked CXN indicating production by Emil Busch. The binoculars have clear lenses without scratches. The binoculars still retain all of their zinc and bakelite without any serious defects. The binoculars are nicely adjustable. They lack the Strichplatte and the sight is very slightly double and clear, nice to use! One of the metal rings on the bottom is missing. They are fitted with a adjustable strap that is affixable to two sets of bales on the reverse of the main body. I have added two pictures of these type of binoculars in use. Bakelite binoculars can be seen on the left hand side of the picture worn by the Unterscharführer in Kampfgruppe Knittel at the Kaiserbaracke crossroads. The straps are original and exactly the type that should be on this binocular. The binoculars are complete with the original issued case marked CXN.

    A very rare pair of binoculars in very good condition!

  • Tan 6×30 Dienstglas marked CAG

    380.00

    A nice tan painted 6×30 Dienstglas or army issue binoculars. These where issued to all branches in the Wehrmacht. The binoculars retain their original tan paint up to 75% and can easily be graded near mint. The binoculars are marked CAG indicating production by Swarovski. Extremely hard to find a pair with this amount of paint. The leather strap and lens cover are original to the binoculars and have the textbook tan painted studs.

  • 6×30 Dienstglas straps

    175.00

    A full matching set for a 6×30, 7×50 or 10×50 Dienstglas. Hard to find spares to instantly complete your Dienstglas binoculars!

  • Complete armoured navy binoculars marked 7×50 beh

    Sale! 750.00 650.00

    A nice complete set of armored Kriegsmarine 7×50 power binoculars. Nicely marked beh indicating production by Leitz. The binoculars are complete with the rubber armor which has been personalized by the individual Kriegmarine soldier. The set is clear and the rubber armour is nice and supple. The optics are clear and very usable but not completely undamaged because one of the top lenses has a hairline crack. This does not deduct from the usability as it is very clear and usable! These binoculars are great for a Kriegsmarine collection!

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