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  • Rare tan Presstoff 10×50 binocular case

    650.00

    Rare original Tan Presstoff 10×50 Dienstglas binocular case dated 1944. Made nearly fully out of tan Presstoff this is the rarest variant to encounter. Only a handful of examples remain worldwide and this particular one is pictured and published in the book Pickering, R. (2015) Ausrüstung – Field Equipment of the German Forces in WW2 – Vol. 2. – page 170 and 171. The case has one wartime modification where the D-rings on the side have been moved lower on the case. This is one of the rarest pieces of equipment to find!

  • Mid war Bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container

    175.00

    A nice bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container in very good condition. Complete with the original leather straps on the back.

  • Issue buttoning strap marked dow 1941

    90.00

    Rare minty button flap for 6×30 or 10×50 power Dienstglas binoculars marked dow indicating production by Opticotechna GmbH. Very hard to find as a spare!

  • Deckungswinkelmesser dhq H/6400

    275.00

    Deckungswinkelmesser or Indirect fire calculator made by J.D. Möller G.m.b.H., Wedel. This little device helps to calculate distances and hight differences in terrain. This tool was a issue piece in the mapcase and very hard to find. In good working condition.

  • Late war 10×50 Panzer bmj binoculars

    300.00

    A great set in good working condition. The binoculars are in good usable and adjustable condition with the Strichplatte in place in the right eyepiece. Hard to find set!

  • Speckled brown bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container

    235.00

    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.

  • Rare 1940 dated 10×50 Panzer binocular case Hensoldt Wetzlar

    250.00

    Scarce original 1940 dated case for the 10×50 Panzer binoculars by Hensoldt Wetzlar. Unlike the later war variants, the early war variant is extremely scarce. The case is in good used condition.

  • Late war 10×50 Panzer bmj binoculars

    575.00

    A great set in good working condition with its rare original carrying case. The binoculars are in good usable and adjustable condition with the Strichplatte in place in the right eyepiece. Hard to find as a complete set!

  • CXN marked MGZ scope with original eyecup

    1,650.00

    Stunning tan MGZ40 sight for the MG34 and MG42 Lafette. The sight is clear and in working condition. The rear lens in the eyepiece has a crack, but is still serviceable. Otherwise the lenses are 100% usable. The original rubber eyecup is still present. Perfect usable piece in full original finish!

  • Brown bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas case

    250.00

    A very nice red brown bakelite case for the 6×30 Dienstglas. The case is complete with leather support straps on the back and a grey rubber pull strap. The case is in very good clean condition.

  • 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.

  • 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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