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WW2 German Kriegsmarine Binoculars for a floating crew

Branch: KRIEGSMARINE
Product Code: gf797
Price: Archive

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WW2 German Kriegsmarine Binoculars for a floating crew.  Left side is marked with optic magnification: 7X50 and “beh” Waffenamt code assigned to Ernst Leitz Optische Werke and (T) for "Transparenzbelag", that means transparency coating. Below is KF for "Kälte-Fett", that means cold fat or special ointment.  Right side is Kriegsmarine eagle marked with "M" letter - Marine, serial number 32416 and big N letter for North Sea.  Black rubber coated. Kriegsmarine Leitz models have Porro II prisms. No fog, you have a sharp picture and a fantastic view, the top lenses have some very minor scratching, but the view is still very clear. Some wear and usage traces. Some scratches over the eagle but in general the binos look great!

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Description

WW2 German Kriegsmarine Binoculars for a floating crew.  Left side is marked with optic magnification: 7X50 and “beh” Waffenamt code assigned to Ernst Leitz Optische Werke and (T) for "Transparenzbelag", that means transparency coating. Below is KF for "Kälte-Fett", that means cold fat or special ointment.  Right side is Kriegsmarine eagle marked with "M" letter - Marine, serial number 32416 and big N letter for North Sea.  Black rubber coated. Kriegsmarine Leitz models have Porro II prisms. No fog, you have a sharp picture and a fantastic view, the top lenses have some very minor scratching, but the view is still very clear. Some wear and usage traces. Some scratches over the eagle but in general the binos look great!

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