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0366920 CZJ DF 12x Art Nr. 32

Started by Zbig Fiema, July 13, 2019, 01:51:36 am

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Zbig Fiema

July 13, 2019, 01:51:36 am Last Edit: July 13, 2019, 02:18:05 am by Rodolfo Peirano
Having just read Alex's on Zeiss 335110 10x, and thinking of potential discrepancies, I have checked my 12x (and it is indeed 12x) but according to Blue Book its number falls in DF 7x series

Niall McLaren

July 13, 2019, 02:00:00 am #1 Last Edit: July 13, 2019, 02:18:17 am by Rodolfo Peirano
Nice Zbig. What's been removed - a Kaiser's Crown? ;)
"A little bit of something beats a whole lot of nothing." - Little Richard

Rodolfo Peirano

Very nice binos Zbig, and thank for the update on the serial numbers list.

Yes Niall, from this I seen, there was a crown with the M
everyone can learn from everyone - Rodolfo

Zbig Fiema

Thank you, gentlemen. It should be the crown with M but I just can't see these so I am glad that you can  :D

Alex Lipton


Niall McLaren

Thanks Zbig - it seems German gunnery officers preferred 12x binoculars in certain circumstances. ;)
"A little bit of something beats a whole lot of nothing." - Little Richard

Zbig Fiema

It is a good glass and the vision is excellent but for the prolonged times of observation I would prefer to have some means of support, like in CZJ 15x Doppelfernrohr

Martin Soerensen

All good things will come to those who believe

Rodolfo Peirano

Quote from: Zbig Fiema on July 13, 2019, 03:04:26 am
Thank you, gentlemen. It should be the crown with M but I just can't see these so I am glad that you can  :D


Dear Zbig,
if I'm not mistaken here highlighted in red the simbol of the Imperial Marine
everyone can learn from everyone - Rodolfo

Thomas Antoniades

Some numbers near this one

366829 DF7x Abbe Konig
366920 DF12x
366957 DF18x Porro I
366969 DF18x Porro I

Thomas

Zbig Fiema

Dear Rodolfo, yes, you are right. I have checked with magnifying glass.
Dear Martin, indeed, it must be familiar  ;)