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WW1 German Pair of Officer's P08 Binoculars by Oigee, Berlin with Original Green Paint and Leather Case By Oigee. Sn 12236 - 12236
WW1 German pair of officer's P08 binoculars by Oigee, Berlin. The binoculars have the original green paint on the steel bodies and brass eye lenses frames. The eye pieces are in very good condition. Both eye lenses can be adjusted, they both turn smoothly. The centre tightening dial is nicely stamped with "Oigee Berlin Fernglas 08 No 10966". This operates as it should. The optics are in good condition, free of damage and with only minor scratches. There is a serial number on the bottom hinge point "63462". The shoulder below the locking dial is stamped with "12 16", possibly the date December 1916. The brown leather case is in very good condition. The lid is hinged with a leather strap which is riveted. On the front of the case it has two leather belt loops riveted to it. Also a metal loop and just below the loop it is stamped with "Oigee Berlin". The case has white felt side and bottom liner and a paper label in the lid with operating and care instructions in German. The binoculars stand 4 1/2" high. They are complete with a leather neck strap. The price includes Uk delivery. Sn 12236
£275.00

1942 RAF, Air Ministry 6E/471 Binoculars By Watson & Baker & Fitted Case. Opt - Opt 822
A superb condition pair of 1942 dated 6E/471 Royal Air Force, Air Ministry issued x6 binoculars nicely stamped Watson Baker in a matching fitted case, MK I by F. Ltd. The binoculars have good optics, textured black body and original leather neck strap. On the shoulder on one side they are stamped with "6E/471 4962" and "AM" and the Kings Crown, on the other side with "Watson Baker x6 1942" which is faint. They are in a beautiful brown leather fitted case with excellent stampings on top "Binoculars Prismatic Case MK I F. Ltd O.S. 18687 6E/471". The price includes UK delivery. Opt 822
£150.00

WW2 British Combined Operations / Commandos ‘Water Tight’ WD Marked Brass & Bakelite Galilean Construction A.P. 12115, 2 ½ x 38 Magnification Binoculars & Integral Oil Cloth Case With ‘Newey’ Press Stud Fasteners. Sn 11823:3 - 11823:3
A nice unusual original pair of British Combined Operations A.P. 12115, 2 ½ x 38 Magnification Binoculars (see page 27 of ‘Fernglaser’ by Seeger). These small 3 ½” tall binoculars have a brass bending bar, plastic lenses and bakelite body, eye cups, focus mounts and lanyard bars fitted with webbing neck strap. Unusually the focus is adjusted by rotating the mounts at the front of the binoculars. These binoculars were made water tight (we have not tested the water resistance of this set) and were issued to Combined Forces including British Commandos during 1944 & 1945. They are described in a Royal Navy Gunnery Manual as Admiralty Pattern (A.P) 12115 and were issued with an integral oil cloth carry case. It is rare to find a pair of these binoculars with the original case (a pair of these binoculars without carry case is illustrated on page 27 of Seeger’s book). The bar of the binoculars has a small War Dept arrow stamp (illustrated inset in image 2). The binoculars have their original black oil cloth folding carry case which is attached to the binoculars by a retaining strap with press stud fastener to ensure the case was not lost when in combat. The case folds to the underside of the binoculars when in use and is secured in place by another ‘Newey’ press stud ( image 1 shows the binoculars ready for use with case secured, image 2 shows the case closed in carry position). The inside of the case has printed instructions for use which can be seen in image 3. The case has just scuffing consistent with service use but all material, stitching and Newey stud fasteners are present and intact. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 11823:3
£275.00

WW2 RAF & Paratroopers WD Marked Brass Galilean Construction Fixed Focus Model V.F. 2506, 2 ½ x 50 Magnification Binoculars & 1945 WD Marked Leather Case By JBB. Sn 11823:2 - 11823:2
A nice cased pair of Fixed Focus Royal Air Force & Army V.F. 2506 Binoculars (see page 148 of Rohan’s Book ‘A Guide To Handheld Military Binoculars’ & Page 28 of ‘Fernglaser’ by Seeger). These small 4 1/4" tall binoculars were used by the RAF for one handed use by aircrew and from 1944 by British Paratroopers. They are brass Galilean construction coated with black textured paint. They have Bakelite eye cups, excellent optics and lanyard bars. The frame of the binoculars have a War Dept arrow stamp, number ‘8872’ and model designation ‘V.F 2506’. They are contained in their original brown leather fitted case with hinged lid which has a single retaining strap with buckle & adjustable shoulder strap with buckle. The top of the lid is crisply impressed by the manufacturer ‘JBB' together ‘1945' date WD arrow and ‘Binocular 2 ½ x 50 10* Field Cat No V.F. 2506’. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 11823:2
£195.00

MINT, WW2 WD RAF Marked Airfield Control Tower MK IV, 5x Magnification Fixed Focus Airfield Tower/ Aircraft Spotting Binoculars With Rubber Eye Guard & Webbing Neck Strap. Sn 11823:1 - 11823:1
This is an original near mint pair of WW2 RAF issue Airfield/ spotting binoculars. They have excellent 5x magnification optics. The "B" marking on right shoulder indicates that the optics are "bloomed", i.e. coated, and the marking War Dept arrow with "6E/383" is a Royal Air Force stores code for this type of instrument (see page 150 of Rohan's book 'A Guide To Handheld Military Binoculars'). They are also marked 'MKIV' and serial number '6409' (all markings are illustrated). This is a fixed focus aircraft spotting binocular. MK IV binoculars were built by Ross London under a Royal Air Force contract. This pair has the correct alloy body with black textured paint and is complete with original webbing neck strap and correct rubber eye guard. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11823:1
£175.00

WW1 1917 Ross London British Officer’s Private Purchase Military Brass Telescope With Lens Cover & Adjustable Wood & Brass Tripod. Sn 11494 - 11494
An excellent WW1 British Military telescope with tripod. It is complete with brass lens cap with retaining chain and its superb wood and brass tripod which has height adjustable 2 piece sliding legs with spike end caps. Each leg is secured by screw tightening brackets. The legs are also braced by a brass link chain. The tripod is adjustable from 10 ½” to 16 ½” height. The legs have a brass top mount with tubular fitting which fits a brass spike mount on the underside of the telescope. The telescope which can easily be lifted off the tripod for independent use is made of leather covered brass and is nicely stamped with the manufacturer's name ‘Ross London’ and 1917 date. The scope when open measures 16 ½” in length. All optics of the telescope are excellent and function as they should. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11494
£395.00

British WD WW2 Era No.14 TPL MK 4 Brass Trench Periscope By R&J Beck Ltd With Screw Off Wood Handle. Sn 11351 - 11351
An excellent British WW2 Brass Trench Periscope. The scope itself measures 18 ¾” overall and has a screw off 10 ½” contoured wood handle with brass ferrule. It has an adjustable graduated eyepiece with Bakelite eye cup. All optics function as they should. The frame is crisply marked 'Periscope No.14 TPL MK 4 OS 1427 GA R&JB (Beck Ltd) 9844 ' together with WD arrow. The brass scope retains all of its original olive green paint. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 11351
£275.00

MINT, MATCHING, Transit Cased, Afghanistan War Russian NSPU Model 1PN34 Night Vision Image Intensifier Scope For Dragunov Sniper Rifles By The Tekhpribor Optics Manufacturing Plant Russia With Accessories & Manuals Russian & Rare English Version. Sn 7126 - 7126
A near mint transit cased unissued condition Russian NSPU (Night Small Arms Scope Unified also known as 1PN34) Night Vision image intensifier. The NSPU is a generation 1 image intensifier sight. As with all night vision optics without the power supply turned on you cannot view anything through the viewfinder, when the power is turned on light enters the front of the scope and enters into the intensifier tube where the light is amplified thousands of times, the amplified image of what the scope sees is fired down into the image convertor and this acts like a TV screen in principle as electrons strike a phosphor screen generating the image in the viewfinder. The battery is a wet cell that comprises of two wet 1.25v cells wired in series to up the voltage to 2.5v. This model of night vision sight made C1970’s-1980s was an issue item to Soviet troops when they were involved in Afghanistan. The NSPU sight is the earlier model to the 1PN58 and can be identified by the Russian Cyrillic writing of HCNY (NSPU). The Russian cyrillic markings in the middle of the control panel read Reticule brightness. The logo of the inverted triangle inside a triangle is the makers mark. This mark denotes that this sight was produced at the Tekhpribor optics manufacturing plant in Leningrad Russia. The control panel has serial number ‘0102’ with Russian script initials. The reticule brightness is adjustable by operation of a wheel on the control panel. The sight comes with many accessories including its original 3 cell storage box for spare batteries, wet cell batteries, 3 ballistic cams for different weapon types marked ‘AKM’ ‘CB’ and ‘Pnk’ in Russian text (The Dragunov cam is installed on the sight), spare rubber eye cup, belt hangers for canvas carry storage bag, lens filter for front of NSPU. The case also contains original Instruction Manuals In Russian text and a rare English Translated version of the manual. All are contained in their original steel transit case with securing clips and braces. The case has clasp fasteners and carry handle. The front of the case has the correct ‘HCNY’ Russian text stencilling together with number ‘0102’ with Russian script initials all which matched the sight’s serial number. Price for this complete Mint Dragunov Sniper Rifle Night Vision image intensifier with matching numbers transit case includes UK delivery. Sn 7126
£695.00

Cased, WW2 Nazi Cold Climate (Blue Triangle) Dienstglas (Service Glass), 7 X 50 Magnification, Infantry Officer's Binoculars By ‘bmk’ Srb & Stys, Fabrik praeziser Messinstrumente, Prag. Sn 10400:11 - 10400:11
An original pair of WW2 Nazi Dienstglas (Service Glass), 7 X 50 Magnification, Infantry Officer's Binoculars & case. The binoculars have undamaged adjustable Bakelite eyepieces with flip up lens covers. 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 7x 50' and with serial number '152707'. It is also stamped with the code 'bmk' which is the Nazi wartime code for Srb & Stys, Fabrik praeziser Messinstrumente, Prag together with a blue triangle which indicates cold climate use (A blue triangle meant that they were constructed for cold climate, White for temperate climates and Green for hot climates). They are contained in their fitted sturdy black leather case with hinged lid. The lid of the case has its retaining strap and the body has its original single stud fastener. The case is fitted with leather shoulder strap. Price for these nicely marked Nazi Binoculars in their WW2 dated case, includes UK delivery. Sn 10400:11
£895.00

WW2 Nazi German, Winter/ Russian Front (Blue Cross) Dienstglas (Service Glass), 10 X 50 Magnification, German Infantry Officer's Binoculars By Carl Zeiss, Jena (rln) With WW2 1941 Case By ‘htg’ Duderstadt Plant, Westphalia. Sn 10400:10 - 10400:10
An original pair of WW2 Nazi German, Dienstglas (Service Glass), 10 X 50 Magnification, Infantry Officer's Binoculars & case. The binoculars have undamaged adjustable Bakelite eyepieces. The body of the binoculars have lanyard bars and they are fitted with original thin leather neck strap and leather tab for attachment to Uniform. 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 '26994'. It is also stamped with the code 'rln' which is the one of the Nazi German War Time codes for Carl Zeiss, Jena, together with a blue ‘+’ which indicates that the lenses were treated to withstand temperatures down to -40° for cold climate use such as Winter or use on the Russian front. They are contained in their fitted sturdy black leather case with hinged lid. The lid of the case has its original sprung, armoured strap and the body has its original single stud fastener. The case is fitted with leather shoulder strap. The body of the case near to the rim is crisply waffenamt ‘WaA326’ and dated 1941 together with ‘htg’ which is the Nazi German War Time Code for Polte Armaturen Maschinenfabriken Duderstadt plant, Westphalia. Price for these nicely marked Nazi Binoculars in their WW2 dated case, includes UK delivery. Sn 10400:10
£895.00
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