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    Zeiss Deltar 8x40 T

    Hi,
    I write here about my bino becouse I don't have permission to access to part of forum where the binos are for sale. Sorry for that.

    I'm the owner of very rare and unigue bino - Zeiss Deltar 8x40 with "T" sign (Transparenzbelag) #1837200 (made 30.09.1938). Blue coating is present.
    Mint condition with original strap, eyepiece rain guard and brown case (double signed).
    This bino was personal bino of Fritz Todt - real VIP of Third Reich. Zeiss factory gave it to him as a gift. There is only one bino such as this one.
    His name and surname is engraved on it - Dr ing F.Todt
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fritz_Todt
    True oearl of every real binos collection !
    Deltar was used for air surveillance. Produced only in 1937-1939. Field of view: 198 metres at 1000 metres (the largest field view for any eight power military binocular). Porro I with aspheric lens which gives the ultra wide and bright field of view.

    If you're really interest to buy this unique bino/see the pcitures, just drop me the e-mail to: [email protected]

    Thank you

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    Hello
    I'm intereted to buy if the originality could be confirmed.
    How much is the price you ask for ?

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      #3
      Hi

      Just thinking about this Zeiss Deltar 8x40T?

      8x40 is a typical postwar version

      If I take a look in Hans Seegers book your Tassman 33 bino don´t fit in the list.

      You say that your bino have number 1837200.

      There is a gap in the list but I think that it´s Hans Seeger that I done a misstake.
      I can contact him and check that.

      Were can I see som picture of this bio, can you post a link?


      Andy

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        I post some pictures on the bino
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                      The text Dr. ing.F.Todt are not made at Zeiss. It´s add on later IMO.
                      If your are a Engineer that should also be spelled with a big I not a i. It´s a title
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                          Were comes this list from?


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                            Very nice looking bino but I agree with 100% with AndyC

                            The text Dr. ing.F.Todt are not made at Zeiss. It´s add on later IMO
                            If your are a Engineer that should also be spelled with a big I not a i.
                            It´s a title ! correct, in German language you write "I" and not "i"

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                              Where does the claim come from that it was a gift from Zeiss to Dr. Ing. Todt was?
                              Do you have written proof - or is it your assumption?

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