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Binoculars with bakelite case

Article about: Hi, does anyone know if this is marked as a period piece? Have no knowledge of these items. Have just seen the thread pertaining to bakelite markers list so will ask seller if he can forward

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    Hi, does anyone know if this is marked as a period piece? Have no knowledge of these items. Have just seen the thread pertaining to bakelite markers list so will ask seller if he can forward picture of mark. Overall condition is very good excepting for the covering on the binoculars that is somewhat perished. Any idea of cost would also be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Regards Tom
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    Hi Tom, I have no idea on current values, but they look fine to me.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Thanks Ade. Not knowing anything about these items, who would have used this? Would this have been issued to infantry troops?
    Regards Tom
    PS
    Does 230 Pounds sound okay or excessive?

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    Hi Tom, these are general service binos. An Infantry officer would have typically carried them and they would be fine for a display with a mannequin done as an Officer.

    Do a search on 6x30 dienstglas and you will find some for sale.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Great!! Thanks again Ade.
    Regards Tom

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    Colocation | Broadband Wireless | Dedicated Servers | DocSTAR | DSL | Web Hosting | Web Design & Development - Infinity Internet has information pertaining to manufacturers of Field glasses and optical Equiptment Used by the Third Reich,also includes wartime Codes by Various Manufacturers dates and locations of factories in Germany,Poland,Czech,Hungary,Etc.

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    Europa.com

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    Hi Ade, where can I find more info on makers codes for bakelite items? I have read your sticky about the subject, but it only shows the makers as represented by numbers. Mine has maker as 'OF'. Any help will be greatly appreciated, thank you.
    Regards Tom
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    Hi Tom, sorry that is all the info I have

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Nice period optics in great shape.
    CAG is the code for Swarovski.

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