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Article about: Hi Experts A dealer wants to sell me these spectaculars, he claims they are German WWII and against dust, is that correct or are the post war ? Regards John

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    Default Spectaculars against dust

    Hi Experts
    A dealer wants to sell me these spectaculars, he claims they are German WWII and against dust, is that correct or are the post war ?
    Regards
    John
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    Very commonly seen and accepted as WWII, should be very cheap to buy, my pair was given to me with a helmet I purchased. Most are unissued with the cover.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Hi Jerry
    Thank you, I will see if there are other replies, but anyhow they are cheap about 7 Euro.
    Regards
    John

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    i would say these are correct for ww2 period ,i have a post war west german pair from the late 60's almost identical to this style ,a nice addition and very reasonable on the pocket

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    Hi Col
    Thank you, yes I think I will buy them, I would just expect to see some sort of stamp/ number etc on them, the Germans did put stamps/ numbers/ swastikas on everything :-)
    Regards
    John

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    Looks like standard WWII goggles.

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    i would buy up a few pairs while you can john ,my post war example came in a plastic wallet ,typical of that time period ,regards james

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    Yes I will do I the seller has more than one pair

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    Thank you, so we all agree they are real and German :-)

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    Yes most definitely

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    john here's my post war example to compare to these are sun and dust goggles in the same ww2 style dated 1962 ,regards jamesClick image for larger version. 

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