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Fea market German Navy Binoculars

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    Picked up these today on the fea market they look to be German ww2 Navy Binoculars from the gas valves and baker light cover mount part , There is no markings on them has anyone seen this before ?
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    They show honest field-use and age, and although I can't tell you the maker, I do like the glasses...Unusual lack of markings, maybe someone can Identify the Logo...
    cheers, Glenn

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    Thank you Glen , I have seen this maker before on German baker lite items but was thinking maybe late war due to the lack of markings

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    Why do you say Kriegsmarine??? I see nothing that suggests they are Km.
    Sarge

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    Strap looks to be the standard British webbing type?

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    they are a KM bino,they are a zeiss smooth ocular 7x50 also the two dessicators on the bottom show they are for KM use,but what is strange is they have no markings,probably erased after the war,the Bakelite clamp is also still present on the hinge,this would have had a Bakelite rain guard attached to it via a rubber cord,the body though is strange as leather was discontinued in 99% of all binos after 1941-42,it could be an early one but we will never know as number is missing,still an interesting find,

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    Yes they have a British ww2 strap fitted most likely from their post war use ,these look never to have been marked as no signs of remover of markings

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    Picked up another set this weekend
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    Nice finds these - both pair.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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