Carl Zeiss Turret Binoculars, circa 1960.
Carl Zeiss turret binoculars built in aluminum, steel and brass, circa 1960 with 10x50 magnification.
This is the restored periscope binocular typical of devices used for Cold War-era observation along the Berlin Wall.
Known as the Richtungsweiser-Doppelfernrohr 10x50, it was crafted between 1956-1958 in former West Germany by Carl Zeiss Oberkochen, the renowned optics pioneer credited ... Find out more
20 x 120 WW II Binoculars
WW II Binoculars Big Eye, fitted on telescopic hydraulic stand, with hand grips for radio ... Find out more
10x80 Flak Binoculars.
Beautifully restored 10 X 80 Flak Binoculars, designed for spotting aircraft. The oculars are inclined at 45 degrees for comfortable viewing reducing fatigue over long periods of time. The ease of viewing, exceptional optics and a wide angle view make these binoculars incredibly sort after.
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A Very Good World War II Model 10 x 80 Russian Binocular
A Very Good World War II Design 10 x 80 Russian Binocular.
The binocular has amazingly clear optics and is fitted with a gunsight, this was used probably as an anti aircraft optic. The binocular is fully restored and comes on an easy to use mount for horizontal and vertical movement. Available with wood or metal period ... Find out more
A Kriegsmarine 18 x 80 Carl Zeiss built
A Kriegsmarine 18 x 80 Carl Zeiss built World War II Binocular.
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A Pair of WWII German Schneider Big Eye Binoculars, 20 x 105
A Pair of WWII German Schneider Big Eye Binoculars, 20 x 105.
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A 15 x 80 Fuji WW II Binocular
A 15 x 80 Fuji WW II Binocular.
Very elegant clean lines, on a period fitted metal ... Find out more
A Fine Example of a 20 x 120 Binocular
A Fine Example of a 20 x 120 Binocular. One of several examples we currently are offering of this most powerful binocular. Available on several types of base. Often used as a naval binocular on warships, also used as a targeting binocular for heavy field ... Find out more
A 20 x 120 Binocular.
A 20 x 120 Binocular. Fitted with its original gimbal and naval column, this is a very rare set up and presented with the best hand polishing ... Find out more
Vintage World War II Binoculars, used as naval binoculars mostly for spotting enemy aircraft from deck mounted locations on all types of naval vessels.
Also used on Anti Aircraft guns in order to help spot enemy aircraft.
Binoculars were the chief line of defense before Radar was perfected, manufacturers were highly targeted during
World War II, destroying the eyes of the enemy was most important. This importance prompted enormous amounts to be spent on these Big Eye binoculars. If you were to manufacture such a binocular today the price would be well over $ 100,000 and nearly impossible to replicate, these are the real thing.
We carry a wide range of big eye World War II era binoculars including, Carl Zeiss Big Eye Binoculars, EUG Big Eye Binoculars, Busch Big Eye Binoculars and Schneider Big Eye binoculars, Japanese makers include Nikko Big Eye Binoculars, Fuji Big Eye ( particularly Fuji Meibo pieces ) binoculars and British made Ross Big Eye binoculars.
We stock an incredible variety, and all our Binoculars are guaranteed.
We have been selling Big Eye Binoculars for 34 years in our family owned and operated business.