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WW2, Nazi German 7 X 50 Magnification, Kriegsmarine Binoculars By 'beh' Ernst Leitz, Wetzlar, With Matching 'beh' 1942 Dated Kriegsmarine Marked Leather Case. OPT 813 - OPT 813
These are an excellent original cased pair of Nazi German, 7 X 50 Magnification, Kriegsmarine Binoculars. The Binoculars....more
975.00



Quality Victorian British Single Draw Telescope With 2" Objective Lens, Pull Out Sun Shade & Integral Lens Protector Cover. Sn 10302 - 10302
This is a quality Victorian Telescope. It is made brass & bound in black leather. It has a 2" objective lens & all optic....more
195.00



WW1/WW2 Era British Military 3 Draw Telescope By Broadhurst Clarkson & Co London. Sn 10309 - 10309
This is a nice original British WW1/WW2 era 3 Draw Military Telescope. It is made of leather covered brass & is nicely s....more
195.00



WW1 1916 Optical Field Gun Sight By 'CP Goerz Berlin' For WW1 Imperial German 77mm Feldkanone 16 (7.7 cm FK 16) Field Guns. Sn 10099 - 10099
Produced by Krupps between 1916-1918, the 77 mm Feldkanone 16 (7.7 cm FK 16) was a field gun used by Imperial Germany in....more
295.00



Boxed, British Royal Navy Admiralty Submariner's/ U-Boat Hunter, Chrome Plated, Pattern 6, Sonar Stop Watch By Waltham Watch Company USA. Sn 10156 - 10156
These British Royal Navy Admiralty Submariner's/ U-Boat Hunter, time pieces are a six second stop watch with the face gr....more
345.00



SOLD *** SOLD *** WW2, Armoured, U-Boat Turret, 'U-Bootglas' 7x 50 Binoculars By Carl Zeiss, Jena (blc). OPT 812 - OPT 812
In early 1943 the Nazi German Command, introduced the 'U-Bootglas' 7x 50, Armoured, U-Boat Turret, Binoculars (see pages....more
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