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WWII Carl Zeiss EUG 10 x 80 Binoculars

Daniels Antiques / WWII Carl Zeiss EUG 10 x 80 Binoculars
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WWII Carl Zeiss EUG 10 x 80 Binoculars Daniels Antiques
WWII Carl Zeiss EUG 10 x 80 Binoculars
WWII Carl Zeiss EUG 10 x 80 Binoculars
WWII Carl Zeiss EUG 10 x 80 Binoculars
WWII Carl Zeiss EUG 10 x 80 Binoculars
WWII Carl Zeiss EUG 10 x 80 Binoculars
WWII Carl Zeiss EUG 10 x 80 Binoculars
WWII Carl Zeiss EUG 10 x 80 Binoculars Daniels Antiques

WWII Carl Zeiss EUG 10 x 80 Binoculars

Product Description

Check out this great vintage optical! These binoculars first appeared in a Carl Zeiss catalog in 1938 as a “special construction.” The 10 x 80 power and 80 degree incline of the oculars made these binoculars almost exclusively used for sky observation. The angle of the oculars also allowed for the observer to wear either a helmet or a gas mask for increased protection on the battlefield.

These binoculars are marked with the Carl Zeiss, Jena maker’s code, “eug,” and also feature the top secret T-Coated lenses. Only Carl Zeiss, Jena, and Optische Präzisions Werke, Warschau, (also under Carl Zeiss leadership), manufactured the 10 x 80 80 degree angled German binoculars.