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    #31
    Hi to all !!

    1;Tom
    Your case and bino is original, by the bino are all the letters grind out and new painted. The case is original, if someone want to know what the marking inside of the case is I will tread it here.
    2; Francesco
    Sorry but I would not keep my hands in the fire for this bino !! The case is for an police Dienstglas, the rain guard for a late war modell, and bino is to 99,99% a fake
    The only real SS-Dienstglas are made by Hensoldt (Vilaba Roma) and one other factory.
    3; Stroh
    its correct, this modell needs an rubber rain guard, but note!! you cant take the normal rainguard for the 6x30 modells, there is a speciall for the bakelit bino.

    cheers

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      #32
      Hello Benutzer.

      Fantastic news, Thank you very much. Yes, please post the details here. Thanks,
      "Evil prevails when good men do nothing"

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        #33
        Hi Ed,

        I would love to see your "cnx" set. I have yet to see those with any protector in place as issued. Will give a friend a call on the rubber protector. I agree the correct case is rarer than the binos.

        BTW, nice to see you on the forum, look forward in chatting at the SOS.
        Willi

        Preußens Gloria!

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          #34
          Originally posted by benutzer
          Hi to all !!

          2; Francesco
          Sorry but I would not keep my hands in the fire for this bino !! The case is for an police Dienstglas, the rain guard for a late war modell, and bino is to 99,99% a fake
          The only real SS-Dienstglas are made by Hensoldt (Vilaba Roma) and one other factory.
          cheers
          Wow...bad news........but is OK,this is the game of the collector,and I have paid my binoculars incompetence .
          Best,
          Francesco Casanova

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            #35
            Somethink about the logo on the bakelitcases and the rain guards, ...,...,.....

            The markings on most pre-war items are easily identified as makers logos. However the German military, perhaps thinking ahead realised that such logos could easily provide enemy intelligence with potential targets for bombing. It was the German Federation of Electrical Engineers who first attempted to present guidelines for material classification in 1924, as many of their members were involved in the process of bakelite production. The national material proofing house (materialprüfungsamt), based in Berlin Dahlem to come up with the solution. In December 1938 the "MP" devised the common logo, around which information on the maker of the item, as well as the chemical composition of the bakelite could easily be displayed.

            The logo you see on bakelit parts is an "outer circle"
            an "M" for Material and a "P" for Prüfung (Testing)
            for example:
            43. Dynamit AG, vormals Alfred Nobel und Co, Abt. Zelluloidfabrik, Werk Troisdorf.

            T
            Carbolic Resin (Bakelite) with a textile based filler

            hope it helps you to know what this logo is




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              #36
              Thanks Benutzer
              "Evil prevails when good men do nothing"

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                #37
                Dienstglas, bakelit markings

                If someone tell me on wich way I can post pictures I can show what I mean with the bakelit markings and I can post binoculars up what someone want see.
                cheers

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                  #38
                  Jesus,,Bentuzer sure knows his binoculars!
                  Iam Uncle Sam
                  That’s who Iam
                  Been hiding out
                  In a rock and roll band

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                    #39
                    Here is a complete set I just picked up. Hensoldt 6x30's, but made for Sweden. Interesting...
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                    Willi

                    Preußens Gloria!

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                      #40
                      Everything is textbook Wehrmacht issue.
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                      Willi

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                        #41
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                        Willi

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                          #42
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                          Willi

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                            #43
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                            Willi

                            Preußens Gloria!

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                              #44
                              I bought this set just to get these.
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                              Willi

                              Preußens Gloria!

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                                #45
                                Hi Willy and Benutzer I just ran into a German Swiss export set,,,,ill post it in the morning
                                Iam Uncle Sam
                                That’s who Iam
                                Been hiding out
                                In a rock and roll band

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