Is there any SA stamp on them ? as it will tell you if they were a war booty pick up by a Soldier or reissued item from the Finnish army , You find alot of Russian item in Finland that have been taken from the Russian Army in the War and SA stamped then put into Finnish army service
None that I know of. I know of Finns stamping SA=Suomen Armeija, in their captured equipment. Maybe the owner got the binoculars, for himself and didn't give them to the army?
That's what I thought too Spitace. I will post more photos for you, when I receive them. If you want of course. Are there different types of models of war era binoculars?
Last edited by Aleksander P; 02-04-2014 at 09:14 AM.
To be honest, I don't know. I saw a pair like this in Krakow except they were 1934 dated. Would you say the 50e was a good price? I have a feeling that the ones I saw were roughly the same price but don't know much about them.
I think that 50 euros is an bargain. All war-era binoculars I see here are over 100 euros at least. I bought this from a daughter of an Finnish veteran, who was willing to let it go.
Long time made model 6x30. Any interior scale on the optics?