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    WW2 Big Flak binoculars

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    WW2 Big Flak binoculars

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    Hi.

    Recently, I turned up a rare pair of second pattern 25 x 105 Flak binoculars (Josef Schneider), together with cradle and tripod mount (no tripod - I have sourced a post-War Soviet TZK tripod which will do the job).  Those in the know will appreciate that the cradle and circular mount are probably rarer than the binoculars.

    Overall condition is good.

    Objectives each have one bloom centrally - but invisible when viewing through the eyepieces.

    Other than chipped paint - indicating possibly Luftwaffe blue, North Africa/Italy mustard and a top coat of dark green(?) - the filter knob is missing, though the spigot and keeper screw are still in place and they will operate the filters satisfactorily.  I'm checking out if I can have the other knob 3D-printed - shouldn't be rocket science.

    Anyone interested?  Plenty more images available with a copy of a newspaper of that day in shot!

    Open to sensible offers - will post (insured) in very robust box(es).

    Best wishes,

    David Morrison.



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