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  • 7×50 Dienstglas marked BLC

    325.00

    Very nice original 7×50 German army issue binoculars marked BLC indicating production by Carl Zeiss, Jena. The binoculars came with this webbing strap and leather lens cover so I left them.

  • French pre war trench periscope

    275.00

    A very nice trench periscope nicely marked and in good condition. These periscopes where produced pre war for the French army and used during the war by the German army.

  • 6×30 Dienstglas strap

    65.00

    Textbook binoculars or Dienstglas strap in very good condition. The strap comes complete with its black painted pips!

  • 6×30 Dienstglas marked ddx. KF

    110.00

    6X30 Dienstglas in very good condition. The binoculars are complete with its leather strap which is sadly in salty condition and is broken. The binoculars is missing one of the eyecups on the bottom. The binoculars are nicely marked ddx which indicates production by Voigtlaender u. Sohn AG, Braunschweig. Nice used example!

  • Black bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container

    155.00

    Nice black coloured bakelite carrying case for the 6×30 binocular or Dienstglas. The case is in overall good condition but has some minor cracks to the bakelite surface and the pin from the hinge is missing. The case is complete with its short part for the carrying strap.

  • Black bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container

    195.00

    Beautiful black coloured bakelite binocular or Dienstglas carrying case.  The straps on the back and the bakelite case itself are completely undamaged and in overall mint condition. Excellent example!

  • Black bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container

    175.00

    Black coloured bakelite binocular or Dienstglas carrying case.  The straps on the back and the bakelite case itself are completely undamaged and in overall mint condition. Nice example!

  • Speckled brown bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container

    400.00

    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 untouched as found condition and undamaged condition and has a very aesthetic and vibrant light brown colour which would nicely attribute a late war uniform setup.

  • Rare Bakelite 6X30 Dienstglas marked cxn with rare strap

    1,550.00

    A stunning pair of 6×30 Dienstglas or binoculars manufactured out of Bakelite. The binoculars are nicely marked cxn which indicates production by Emil Busch A.-G., Rathenow. These Bakelite binoculars  were produced to reduce the usage of metal in the production process and are rare late war production! The binoculars retains the original leather strap which is specifically issued with these bakelite binoculars and is virtually always missing. One of the rarest bits of equipment used by the German army which is highly collectable and IMO hard to upgrade!

  • Rare Presstoff case for the 6×30 Bakelite Dienstglas

    600.00

    Stunning uncommon late war Pressstoff container specifically made for the Bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas. The Dienstglas case is in good used condition. Hard to find case!

  • Presstoff case for the 6×30 Bakelite Dienstglas in as found condition

    200.00

    Stunning uncommon late war Pressstoff container specifically made for the Bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas. The Dienstglas case is in strong used and as found (!) condition. Hard to find case!

  • Tan 6×30 Dienstglas marked CAG with straps

    325.00

    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.

  • Tan 6×30 Dienstglas marked ddx

    350.00

    A very nice late war 6×30 power binoculars or Dienstglas in tan colour. The binoculars are optically usable. The binoculars retain their original leather strap which comes with their typical tan painted studs. A very nice pair of late war binoculars still featuring most of its wartime tan paint!

  • Tan 6×30 Dienstglas marked CAG

    235.00

    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 usable condition.

  • Dienstglas button flap or Knöpflasche

    75.00

    Dienstglas buttoning tab or Knöpflasche in good used condition. Very nice example with black painted brass studs which would indicate this is an early manufactured example!

  • Short Dienstglas case strap

    55.00

    Excellent short leather strap/buckle as attached to the carrying case for the Dienstglas. This is an early example made out of typical high quality leather!

  • Tan 6×30 Dienstglas marked CAG with strap

    300.00

    Excellent tan painted 6×30 Dienstglas or army issue binoculars. These where issued to all branches in the Wehrmacht. The binoculars retain their original factory tan paint up to 75% and are in very good condition. The binoculars are marked cag indicating production by Swarovski. The leather strap is original to the binoculars and has a bit rusty steel studs which do not retain any paint.

  • Tan 6×30 Dienstglas marked ddx named Pepper

    275.00

    A very nice late war 6×30 power binoculars or Dienstglas in tan colour. The binoculars are optically usable. This pair features the name Pepper scratched into the surface paint which is a very nice detail! A very nice pair of late war binoculars still featuring most of its wartime tan paint!

  • 6×30 Dienstglas marked ddx KF

    125.00

    6X30 Dienstglas in very good condition. The binoculars show a very nice factory rough structure which seems to show wood chips mixed trough the paint! The binoculars are nicely marked ddx which indicates production by Voigtlaender u. Sohn AG, Braunschweig. Excellent example with nice accessories

  • Tan 6×30 Dienstglas marked cag with period black overpaint

    255.00

    Very nice late war 6×30 binoculars or Dienstglas finished with the typical late war tan paint. The binoculars are overpainted in. black which was quite a normal thing to do in the field. The binoculars are marked cag indicating production by Swarovski. The binoculars retain their original strap with tan painted studs. Very nice example with a period black overpaint!

  • 6×30 Dienstglas marked ddx

    275.00

    Very nice 6X30 Dienstglas with all of its accessories in good condition. The binoculars retain their original leather strap, bakelite rain cover and the leather button retaining flap. The binoculars are nicely marked ddx which indicates production by oigtlaender u. Sohn AG, Braunschweig. Excellent untouched example with nice accessories

  • Rare 6×30 Dienstglas marked fvs

    275.00

    Excellent 6×30 binoculars or Dienstglas in very good condition. The binoculars are nicely marked fvs which indicates production by Spindler & Hoyer KG, Goettingen, this is for me the first time to encounter this manufacturer! Excellent example by an very rare manufacturer in very good condition!

  • Rare 6×30 Dienstglas marked bek

    325.00

    Excellent 6×30 binoculars or Dienstglas in very good condition. The Dienstglas is complete with its original leather strap. The binoculars are nicely marked bek which indicates production by Hensoldt-Werk fuer Optik und Mechanik, Herborn, this is for me the first time to encounter this manufacturer! Excellent example by an very rare manufacturer in very good condition!

  • 6×30 Dienstglas marked dow

    150.00

    Excellent 6×30 binoculars or Dienstglas in very good condition. The binoculars are nicely marked dow which indicates production Opticotechna GmbH which is a well known ZF4 and trench periscope manufacturer but is not often encountered on binoculars! Nice example in very good condition!

  • Unmarked 6×30 Dienstglas

    155.00

    rare unmarked 6×30 Dienstglas in excellent condition. These binoculars bear no markings at all except for the 6×30 magnifying strength. These examples are believed to be late war due to the lacking of markings of any kind. The construction and design is perfectly matching with the marked examples. Unusual example worthy of more research!

  • Rare 6×30 Dienstglas marked jxn

    275.00

    Excellent 6×30 binoculars or Dienstglas in very good condition. The Dienstglas is complete with its original leather strap and its leather button retaining flap. The binoculars are nicely marked fxn which indicates production by Helmut Korth, Fabrik fuer Feinmechanik u. Optik, Berlin, this is for me the first time to encounter this manufacturer! Excellent example by an very rare manufacturer in very good condition!

  • 6×30 Dienstglas marked ddx KF

    275.00

    6X30 Dienstglas in very good condition. The binoculars retain their original leather strap and a really nice WaA marked bakelite rain cover. The binoculars are nicely marked ddx which indicates production by Voigtlaender u. Sohn AG, Braunschweig. Excellent example with nice accessories

  • 6×30 Dienstglas marked beh KF

    275.00

    Very nice 6X30 Dienstglas with all of its accessories in good condition. The binoculars retain their original leather strap, bakelite rain cover and the leather button retaining flap. The binoculars are nicely marked beh which indicates production by Ernst Leitz GmbH, Wetzlar. Nice (over)complete example!

  • Tan optic battery box

    200.00

    Excellent optical sight battery box intended for the MGZ or similar optics. This is a typical late war produced example. The case is finished in tan factory paint which retains up to 99%. The protective cloth and the bakelite housing are undamaged and complete. Very nice example!

  • Pre war Deckungswinkelmesser marked JDEM J.D. Möller

    325.00

    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. The Duckungswinkelmesser is in very good condition.

  • Early war steel Deckungswinkelmesser marked dhq H/6400

    325.00

    Early war steel produced Deckungswinkelmesser or Indirect fire calculator in good used condition. The Deckungswinkelmesser is nicely marked dhq which is a later simplified code which indicates production by J.D. Möller G.m.b.H., Wedel. This small device was designed to calculate distances and hight differences in terrain. This example has probably been made around 1940, when they changed from brass to steel for the main construction but the “instruction board” still had been produced out of brass! This tool was one of the few real army (Wehrmacht) issued pieces, and is hard to find in good working condition!

  • 6×30 Dienstglas binocular strap

    75.00

    Textbook 6×30 Dienstglas binocular strap in good, worn condition.

  • Speckled brown bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container with circular lid marking

    400.00

    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.

  • Binocular case strap

    240.00

    Textbook original Dienstglas binocular case strap. Virtually always missing from the bakelite or Pressstoff cases, this one is in unissued condition.

  • Kriegsmarine Entfernungsmesser sun shields

    55.00

    Textbook sun shields for the Kriegsmarine Entfernungsmesser in very good condition. Hard to find spare!

  • Textbook strap for the bakelite 6X30 Dienstglas made by cxn

    100.00

    Textbook binocular or Dienstglas strap in good used condition. This is the specific example as issued with the bakelite binoculars made by cxn (Emil Busch, Rathenow), easily recognizable by the two extra holes! The leather is rather supple but has a tear at one of the extra holes!

  • Pre war Dienstglas strap with brass studs

    70.00

    Textbook pre war binoculars or Dienstglas strap in very good condition. Typical pre war example made out of thick high quality leather with brass studs!

  • Brown bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas case

    350.00

    Excellent carrying case for the 6×30 binoculars or Dienstglas manufactured out of red brown coloured phenolic resin (Bakelite). The case is complete with the leather belt loops on the back from which one is damaged and with the Pressstoff pulling tab/strap. The case is in clean and undamaged condition!

  • Rare late war tan trench periscope

    250.00

    Late war tan painted issue periscope. These periscopes where used and issued with the MG Panzernest. The periscope retains most of its original tan paint and its wooden handle. Very hard to find!

  • Rare Kriegsmarine 7×50 binocular case marked beh 1942

    500.00

    Rare Pressstoff carrying case intended specifically for the Kriegsmarine armored 7X50 Dienstglas. The case is in excellent condition and seems to be unissued. The Pressstoff case is nicely marked beh 1942 which indicates production by E. Leitz, Wetzlar and features a large eagle with a capital M on top of the lid. Excellent and very rare to find case!

  • Rare blue canvas binocular case for French made tan 10×50 binoculars

    325.00

    Rare blue canvas binocular case for French made tan 10×50 binoculars. Rare French made case in strong used condition!

  • 10X50 Dienstglas by Carl Zeiss, Jena with Pressstoff carrying case marked hte 1944

    450.00

    Nice pre war 10X50 power binoculars or Dienstglas in good used condition. The Dienstglas is a typical pre war example manufactured by Carl Zeiss, Jena. The binoculars come in a carrying case made out of black coloured Pressstof complete with its leather carrying strap. The case is nicely marked hte 1944 which indicates by an unknown manufacturer in 1944. Nice complete set!

  • Rare original Hetzer ZF1128 scope for remote controlled MG34

    1,750.00

    Rare original Hetzer ZF1128 scope for remote controlled MG34 in perfect condition. This scope was mounted inside the Hetzer, below the deck mounted MG34 which could be operated from within the Hetzer. The scope is in good, usable condition and can be dissasembled for storage inside the Hetzer. Rare original scope in excellent condition!

  • Rare original Sfl. ZF1a scope for the Sturmgeschütz and Nashorn

    1,350.00

    Beautiful Sfl. ZF1a sight for the Sturmgeschütz and Nashorn. The sight is in perfect optical condition with 90% of its original factory paint. The sight was used in many of the assault guns in the German army but also on the Stummel, Nashorn and Marder. The sight is maker marked ccx indicating production by Optische u. Feinmaschinenwerke, Hugo Meyer u. Co., Goerlitz. A real conversation piece in great condition!

  • Binoculars 6×24 Carl Zeiss Jena

    250.00

    Genuine first world war German army binoculars in their original case in as found, but good condition.

  • Speckled brown bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container

    250.00

    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.

  • Short Dienstglas case strap

    55.00

    Original short leather strap for the leather, bakelite and Pressstoff Dienstglas cases.

  • Speckled brown bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container

    375.00

    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 ZF41 scope mount by Berlin Luebecker

    400.00

    Original ZF41 scope mount in unissued condition. Rare to find as a spare, this scope mount is marked duv indicating production by Berlin Luebecker.

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