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Periscope by Swaroski 10X50 mid-20th century, on tripod stand, origin: wall Berlin.
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The Swaroski periscope with optics of very high quality, equivalent to Zeiss. with all its settings and filters and with its tripod, the periscope is complete with its storage trunk, and its standard equipment. For more information all our binoculars optics have been tested and are clean and in excellent condition, were mainly naval twins and military twins from the Second World War and after the Second World War. The performance and quality of the optics is not affected. The most sought after piece is the periscope. The story of this piece of optics is interesting. When the Berlin Wall was created, the West Germans commissioned manufacturers Zeiss and Swarovki to design and build a periscope designed to equip all units responsible for ensuring safety. To make this periscope, they used a piece they had in the catalog on a tripod, and able to ensure the rotation, thanks to wheels. The elevation adjustment is provided by a mirror in the periscope head, connected to a knob. It is of course possible to filter the image if the light is too strong, and a grid may be set up to make angle measurements. The entire crystal optics is set in a sealed cabin, dried by silica gel. We polish all our parts with a professional polisher. We also have binoculars of maritime or air surveillance of French manufacture (Navy), German WW1 and Czech of excellent quality. We do demonstrations on the spot, do not hesitate to contact us and make an appointment for a test.
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