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Large binoculars polished Zeiss 12x60 WWII
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This superb Zeiss 12 X 60 binoculars produced professionally polished steel are made on an adjustable stainless steel tripod. The optics have a magnification power of 12 and 60mm objectives. In perfect condition,
The front plate has a "BLC 12x60", the binoculars were in the german WWII.
This article is a part WW2 Zeiss used by the Germans during World War II
The total height "as is" in the photographs is 180cm
The lens has a diameter of 6 cm
Without the tripod, binoculars weigh 8 kg.
|Weigth (in kilo)||8|