Very nice early Wehrmacht binoculars (Dienstglas) most likely produced around 1936-1939. Both binoculars and the case show light wear and matching patina. The binoculars are maker marked by Busch, the glasses are a bit foggy but still look great, inside the right glass military radials are still visible. The military leather case is worn but remains…
Beautiful 7×50 binoculars set with case. Maker marked Dienstglas by ‘beh’ with original leather straps. Optics are clear and functional. Comes with its genuine leahter protective case, dated 1942. Someone added nazi eagles inside the case in ink later, could be removed. Very nice set!
Combat used German ‘Dienstglas’ (binoculars) 6×30. Maker marked by CAG ‘Swarovski, still famous today from it’s cristal glass. The binoculars show normal wear and still look great. The optics still work fine. Comes with its genuine strap and (stiff) rubber lens protector.
This is a very attractive and still functional 10×50 Wehrmacht Dienstglas. Maker marked by Voigtländer Braunschweig. The binoculars are still functional and show avarage combat wear. It is complete with its often missing strap and lens protector. The lens protector itself it nicely named, maker marked and dated 1940.
Genuine and functional RblF.Flak anti-aircraft gun optical scope. The initials RblF.Flak are an abbreviation for ” Rundblick-Fernglas Flak’. Flak = Fliegerabwehrkanone (anti-aircraft gun). The sight is maker marked by ‘djg’. Complete with its often missing rubber eye protector. Optics are clear and functional.