Binoculars Carl Zeiss

Worldwar2 imperial japanese navy military aviation binoculars made by carl zeiss

Worldwar2 imperial japanese navy military aviation binoculars made by carl zeiss
Worldwar2 imperial japanese navy military aviation binoculars made by carl zeiss
Worldwar2 imperial japanese navy military aviation binoculars made by carl zeiss
Worldwar2 imperial japanese navy military aviation binoculars made by carl zeiss
Worldwar2 imperial japanese navy military aviation binoculars made by carl zeiss
Worldwar2 imperial japanese navy military aviation binoculars made by carl zeiss
Worldwar2 imperial japanese navy military aviation binoculars made by carl zeiss
Worldwar2 imperial japanese navy military aviation binoculars made by carl zeiss

Worldwar2 imperial japanese navy military aviation binoculars made by carl zeiss

WW2 imperial Japanese Navy binoculars. These binoculars were used by the Japanese Navy during World War II. Found in an old house in Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture.

These binoculars were used by the former Japanese Navy. There is no scale on the lens. There is fogging and dust. It is not cloudy white, so you can see it when you look through it, but there are a lot of dirt and dust.

In my opinion, the distant view looks crisp. Brass type at the tip of the left lens? I have not looked at everything in detail. The left and right eyepieces are cloudy white. The diopter adjustment plus/minus on the eyepiece has also turned.

There is dust on the lens, so the lens needs to be cleaned. I looked into the distant view and could see the object though it was fogged up. I think these binoculars are probably used for aviation. The distance is fixed at infinity and the eyepieces are used to adjust the distance. There are some scuffs and bald spots on the paint of the main body. Binoculars have [Wu 101] printed on them.

There are cracks, chips and peeling on the leather covering of the main body, and rust on the screws. There appears to be no cracks on the lenses. The storage case has no particular damage and is in good condition for a binocular of that time.

The case is a hard board covered with cloth and still has the gray-green paint of the period. The leather spring that holds the lid is missing. The case is painted in white paint and marked "Wu 101". The white paint is on the lid.

This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Japan\Other Japanese WWII Orig Items". The seller is "no_spe-94" and is located in this country: JP. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Conflict: WW II (1939-45)
  • Theme: Militaria
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Featured Refinements: Binoculars
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan
  • Modified Item: No

Worldwar2 imperial japanese navy military aviation binoculars made by carl zeiss