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WW2, 1943, R.E.L Canadian Made British Military 6 X 30 Magnification, Binoculars With 1940 Dated Case By M.E. Co. Sn 7455. - 7455
These are a nice original cased pair of WW2 Canadian made British Military 6 X 30 Magnification, binoculars. The binoculars measure 6" X 5" and have a black textured finish, with adjustable eyepieces. The body of the binoculars have lanyard bars and they are fitted with a thin brown leather neck strap. All optics are good and function as they should. The right shoulder of the binoculars is crisply stamped with graticule detail together with manufacturer's detail 'R.E.L. Canada' (R.E.L Research Enterprises Limited was founded by the Canadian Government on July 1940) and date '1943'. The left shoulder is crisply stamped with War Dept arrow and 6 X 30 magnification detail together with '23044-C'. All lettering on both shoulders is highlighted in original white paint (illustrated). The bottom of the right eyepiece surround has a chip. This chip does not detract from the attractiveness of the set and the eyepiece is secure & functions as it should. The binoculars retain all of their original finish. They are contained in their fitted hard body green canvas case with hinged lid and single brass stud fastener. The inside of the lid is nicely stamped by the manufacturer in black ink ' M.E Co ' (Mills Equipment Co)with 'War Dept arrow' & dated '1940' (illustrated). The case is undamaged and the rear is fitted with brass belt and webbing bars. Price for this nicely marked pair of WW2 dated binoculars & WW2 dated case includes UK delivery. Sn 7455.
145.00

Cased, WW2 Nazi German, Dienstglas (Service Glass), 7 X 50 Magnification, Tropical Use, Military Binoculars By bmk. Sn 7724. - 7724
These are an excellent original cased pair of WW2 Nazi German, Dienstglas (Service Glass), 7 X 50 Magnification, Tropical Use, Military Binoculars. The binoculars have a black textured finish, with adjustable eyepieces. The body of the binoculars have lanyard bars and they are fitted with a thin brown leather neck strap. All optics are good and function as they should. The right shoulder of the binoculars is crisply stamped 'Dienstglas 7 X 50' and with the manufacturer's mark ' bmk' which is the Nazi German War Time code for Srb & Stys, Fabrik Praeziser Messinstrumente, Prag, together with '+' and a blue coloured triangle which indicates for Tropical use. The binoculars are contained in their fitted sturdy black leather case with hinged lid. The lid of the case has a steel fastener and the body has 2 steel hanging rings fitted. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 7724.
375.00

Cased, WW2 Imperial Japanese Army, Nikko, 5 X 10 Magnification, Extendable, Trench Periscope. Sn 7535. - 7535
This is an excellent original WW2 Imperial Japanese Army Trench Periscope. The periscope made by 'Nikko' has 5 X 10 Magnification and all optics -graticules are good and fully functional. It has an extending slide with viewer head and extends from 17 1/2" to 24". It retains most of it's original black finish. The scope has not been messed with. It would originally have been equipped with an additional handle that screwed into the bottom of the scope, however this is missing. The top of the viewer head is crisply stamped with Japanese script, 5 X 10 Magnification detail and manufacturer's mark 'Nikko'. (illustrated). The scope is complete with it's original alloy carry case with hinged lid & clasp fastener. The case is lined with wood and separated into 2 compartments for the scope and the missing additional handle. The case which retains a lot of it's original khaki paint is fitted with webbing shoulder strap and the top of the lid has a plate bearing Japanese script & 'No. 1021' (illustrated). Price for this fully functional piece of WW2 equipment by a famous Japanese Optics manufacturer includes UK delivery. Sn 7535.
375.00

British GGS MK 7 Model 176FE Fighter/ Bomber Aircraft Gyro Gun Sight (G.G.S.) OPT 798. - OPT 798
A gyro gun sight (G.G.S.) is a modification of the non-magnifying reflector sight in which target lead (the amount of aim-off in front of a moving target) and bullet drop are allowed for automatically, the sight incorporates a gyroscopic mechanism that computes the necessary deflections required to ensure a hit on the target. The sight was developed just before the Second World War for aircraft use during aerial combat. This is a British GGS MK 7 Model 176FE. It's steel body with original black paint and glass are undamaged & in good condition. It has it's original cables with connector plugs that have original red and green paint indicators. The top features a dial with original white paint graduated number markers from 25-160 and letters 'RP'. It has it's original padded edge the body bears a plate with model and type details in white original paint together with War Dept arrows and hand written numbers (illustrated) and numbered side dial. Price includes UK delivery. OPT 798
125.00

WW2 British Special Operations Executive/ RAF Escape Compass With Cover. OPT 797. - OPT 797
During WW2 it was necessary to provide British Special Operations Executive Agents operating behind enemy lines and RAF personnel who may end up bailing out over enemy lines with lightweight concealable field craft equipment to assist escape or resist capture. This original WW2 tiny 6 mm diameter fully functioning compass is a perfect example of the ingenius pieces of equipment devised to assist Agents and downed Airmen. The compass base is brass with original black painted outer case and glass face. It's pointer retains it's original black paint and red dot highlight. The compass is complete with it's original transparent circular plastic cover which would have afforded it waterproofing in the field. Price for this excellent rare, piece of 'behind the lines' kit includes UK delivery. Sn
125.00

Rare, WW1 British, R&J Beck, MK I Brass Trench Mortar Periscope. Sn 7093. - 7093
This is a fully functional, MK I Trench Mortar Periscope made by R&J Beck Ltd. Manufactured during WW1 they were mounted on Stokes Mortars to look over parapets and and gave a good safe view over 'no mans land'. It is 17" Long, 1 1/2 " diameter. The lenses are clear and undamaged. It also has a single post pointer of much the same style as a snipers scope. It has 2 swivel cups to cover the lenses and a fixing bracket. The top of the cap has full markings ( illustrated)' Trench Mortar, Periscope MKI N0. 294 R&J Beck Ltd, London' together with War Department ' Crow's Foot' mark. This is a rare Trench mortar Scope in good condition. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 7093.
345.00
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