I see no red flags, nicely marked wartime-production...
Thanks for the quick reply, Glenn! I am going to start a 6x30 collection soon and I am rather new to binoculars. Only thing I know is how to tell original from post war.
Maker markings are new to me as well.
Cag is code for swarovski
Looking for following WWII German items:
- anything dealing with Allenstein (Olsztyn) and Wehrkreis I in East Prussia,
- entrenching tool carrier (straight and folding),
- forestry and hunting items,
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Austrian made for info
What would be the going price for ones in this shape?
You find them in the UK for between £40 to £80 but make sure the optics are undamaged
I agree - they are on the rough side, but good
original war-time binos. Try and find some by
Swarovski today for $100.........!
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Nice wartime coded bino's as stated. timothy
I paid $85 total for these. got them from a good friend.
Optics are very clear and the grid is still there strong.