These impressive 10 x 80 Kriegsmarine binoculars feature arguably the best optics created by Carl Zeiss during the World War II period. The 45 degree angle of the oculars provides a comfort and ease of viewing when they are looked through for any period of time. On the side they feature the “eug” wartime code that represented the Optische Präzisions-Werke in Warsaw, Poland. During World War II, both C.P. Goerz and Optische Präzisions-Werke were under the control of Carl Zeiss directors, thus producing the unrivaled caliber of optical lenses for these anti-aircraft binoculars.
The binoculars have been expertly hand polished to illuminate the original finish that was protected by military paint for so many years. The polished steel and brass are accented by the wooden handles used to adjust the binoculars. These binoculars are a token of scientific ingenuity.