A completely untouched and as found set of the WWII German SF14 Scherenfernrohr (scissor telescope), with accessories and the original wooden transit box. It is very nicely marked with the model designation'SF14 Z Gi' and maker marked to denote manufacture by'J. As is typically the case, the optics would require a full service and internal cleaning if intended for use. All of the original issue accessories (except sunshades) remain present within the box, including: mounting/levelling section in original field grey paint (maker coded'eso'), tree/trench mounting spike ('stock' and Waffenamt marked), battery box (named inside, "Otto"), hand lamp switching block'G. Rodenstock, München, 1939' - outer rubber of cable perished, light cable and the hand lamp itself.
Of especial note is that both the Handlampe and optical lighting cable remain as the original MATCHING pair - with both pieces being marked'bmj' (Hensoldt Wetzla r) and serial numbered'450543'. In around a decade of collecting optics, this is only the first matching set which we have encountered! All in all, an exceptional opportunity for a serious optic collector to acquire a set which is both matching and surely exactly as it was used during the war - without any interference or swapping of accessories by subsequent owners since.Please view all photos and ask any questions prior to purchasing. As mentioned, this is a completely'untouched' and uncleaned set which has been left exactly as it was found. Please bear in mind both the heavy weight and size of this item.
Many thanks for looking and please feel free to check out our other WWII German optics, accessories etc. The item "RARE Boxed WWII German SF14 Periscope Binoculars Set Camo Scherenfernrohr WW2" is in sale since Saturday, January 23, 2021.
This item is in the category "Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Field Gear". The seller is "pjem218" and is located in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.