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Farkas

Foldable tinted goggles in cardboard pouch.

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Hi Gents


I've always thought these goggles were probably ski goggles and from Austria or Italy. They came from an estate in the area of the border...
I had never got round to 'googling' them or whatever.

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The ones below are army surplus that I've just bought for 2pounds plus post. They are apparently German 1960's desert issue.

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So I've googled tonight and i came across mention of WW2 Africa Corps goggles in a cardboard pouch. 

The older goggles have a cardboard, wrinkly and uneven feeling case.

 

Can anyone tell me are these Ww2 German please.?

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Hi Gents

apparently they are Ww2 DAK issue motorcycle dust goggles with anti-fogging holes.

tony

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