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Cased, WW1 Era British Officer's Military Marching Compass By Francis Barker & Son, London With WW1 Era Brown Leather Case marked 'WBD'. Sn 10635. - 10635
Francis Barker & Son were British manufacturer's of WW1 marching compasses favoured by British Officers. This is a an excellent fully functioning WW1 British Officer's Military Compass By Barker & Son. It has a brass case and is mounted with lanyard ring. The glass face and numbered brass outer ring are perfectly in tact. The lid plate is stamped with a small Barker and Son London Trademark. It is complete with brown leather case with flap cover and stud fastener. The case has impressed initials 'W.B.D' highlighted in gold leaf. Price for this nice WW1 cased piece of equipment includes UK delivery. Sn 10635
225.00

WW1 1917 R & J Beck Ltd London 3 Draw WD Marked MK IV British Military Telescope Marked '5 SOM LI 8047' With Spare Eye Piece & Leather Cases With Straps. Sn 10607 - 10607
An excellent WW1 British Military telescope with spare eye piece and brown leather cases. This 3 draw MK IV telescope was made in 1917 by R & J Beck Ltd London. It is complete with an additional increase magnification eyepiece which is stamped 'N&Z High Low' It also has it's own separate brown leather case and straps. The telescope is made of leather covered brass and is nicely stamped with the manufacturer's name, 1917 date, model detail and WD arrow (illustrated). The leather cover of the telescope is impressed '5 SOM LI 8047'. The scope when open measures 31 1/2". It is complete with leather end caps and carry strap with adjustable buckles. All optics of the telescope and spare eyepiece are excellent and function as they should. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 10607
395.00

1987 Dated, SUSAT, 4 x Magnification Sight Unit For British Infantry SA80 Rifles With Mount & Rail. Sn 10537 - 10537
The Sight Unit Small Arms, Trilux, or SUSAT, is a 4 telescopic sight with tritium-powered illumination, utilised at dusk or dawn. The sight is not designed as a sniper sight, but is rather intended to be mounted on a variety of rifles and to be used by all infantrymen. SUSAT is the primary sighting system for the British Army's SA80 series weapons and L108 and L110 light machine guns. The SA80 Rifle and it's accessories including the Susat sight are described in Steve Raw's Book 'The Last Enfield' and the sight is illustrated on many pages of the book. The Optics of this Susat sight are excellent and fully functional. The rubber eye cup is complete and undamaged. The underside of the unit has it's original identification plate marked 'AVL Reg No 152328' and dated '1987'. The sight is complete with it's top rail and mount. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 10537
475.00

VERY RARE, WW1 1915 Creagh-Osborne Patent British Officer's Prismatic Military Marching Compass By Hughes & Son London. Sn 10431 - 10431
Captain Frank Osborne Creagh-Osborne Royal Navy (1867-1943) was the Superintendent of compasses with the British Admiralty. His Patent Prismatic compass (Pat No. 1148/1915) were manufactured by H.Hughes & Son Ltd, London in 1915 and offered to the British Army. British Military marching Compasses were developed from the Creagh-Osborne design. This is a very rare excellent fully functioning WW1 Creagh-Osborne Patent Compass made by Hughes & Son. It has a brass case which is 2 3/4" diameter and is mounted with lanyard ring. The glass face and numbered brass outer ring are perfectly in tact. Its folding prism and pointer are present and undamaged. The front of the compass is nicely marked by the manufacturer and with 1915 Patent detail (all illustrated). The rear is stamped with War Dept arrow. Price for this rare WW1 piece of equipment which assisted the development of British Military Compasses includes UK delivery. Sn 10431
295.00

Early WW2, Nazi German, Sand/Tan Camouflage Deutsches Afrika Korps (DAK) 10 X 50 Magnification, Dienstglas (Service Glass) Binoculars By 'bmj' Hensoldt Wetzlar With 1942 Matching Manufacturer Case Also Marked 'frn' (Rudolph Lang). Sn 10400:3 - 10400:3
An original pair of WW2 Nazi German, 10 X 50 Magnification, Infantry Officer's Binoculars & Matching Maufacturer marked 1942 dated case. The binoculars have a Sand/ Tan coloured textured Camouflage paint for desert / Afrika Korps (DAK) use. The binoculars feature a unique roof prism (Dachkant prism) developed by Hensoldt and early WW2 production examples are 189mm in height (see page 115 of Military Binoculars by Rohan). These binoculars are 189mm in height indicating early WW2 production and have adjustable Bakelite eyepieces. The body of the binoculars have lanyard bars and they are fitted with original thin leather neck strap. All optics are good and function as they should. The binoculars are crisply stamped 'DF 10x 50', with serial number '13684' together with 'bmj' which is the Nazi wartime code for Hendsolt Wetzlar. They are contained in their fitted sturdy black leather case with hinged lid. The lid of the case has it's original sprung, armoured strap and the body has it's original single stud fastener. The inside of the lid is ink stamped with a matching manufacturer mark 'bmj'. The armour of the strap has a separate Nazi manufacturer mark 'frn42' (Rudolf Lang, Brandenburg an der Havel & 1942 date). The case is fitted with leather shoulder strap. Price for this excellent set of nicely marked Nazi Binoculars in it's matching case, includes UK delivery. Sn 10400:3
595.00

Early WW2 Nazi German, Cold Climate (Blue Dot) Dienstglas (Service Glass), 10 X 50 Magnification, German Infantry Officer's Binoculars By 'blc' Carl Zeiss Jena With Nazi Marked Case. Sn 10400:4 - 10400:4
An original pair of WW2 Nazi German, Dienstglas (Service Glass), 10 X 50 Magnification, Infantry Officer's Binoculars & Nazi marked case. The binoculars have a black textured finish which indicates early WW2 manufacture ( 1944 and 1945 models were usually manufactured with a grey or smooth finish, see page 117 of Military Binoculars by Rohan). The binoculars have adjustable Bakelite eyepieces. The body of the binoculars have lanyard bars and they are fitted with original thin leather neck strap. All optics are good and function as they should. The right shoulder of the binoculars are crisply stamped 'Dienstglas 10x 50' and with serial number '2185627'. It is also stamped with the code 'blc' which is the Nazi wartime code for Carl Zeiss Jena together with a blue dot which indicates that when manufactured they were greased for cold climate use. They are contained in their fitted sturdy black leather case with hinged lid. The lid of the case has it's original sprung, armoured strap and the body has it's original single stud fastener. The case is fitted with leather shoulder strap. The body of the case near to the rim is waffenamt. Price for this excellent set of nicely marked Nazi Binoculars in it's Nazi marked case, includes UK delivery. Sn 10400:4
895.00
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