WWII German 10x80 Flak Binoculars - Emil Busch AG (cxn)
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Used by German anti-aircraft batteries for spotting aircraft in WWII the 10x80 Flak Binoculars had a very wide field of view and the lenses are inclined at 45 degrees for easy viewing.
A complete set consists of the aiming sight, mounting cradle, rain shields, elevation drums, tripod, fully operational spirit levels and original period wooden storage case.
The glases shown below are manufactured by Emil Busch AG, Optische Industrie, Rathencow, and marked with the code D.F. 10 x 80 CXN with its original paint finish. The adjustments for eye relief, width and selector for filters from clear (Klar) to Dark (Dunkel). The padded brow piece fits and locks into place, and the mounting cradle has its original paint finish and maker code ecr with blue triangle for cold weather use. The spirit levels are all complete and fully functional.