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Original Item: Only One Available. The 10 x 50 Dienstglas was one of the most used German issued binoculars of WWII. These are fully functional with clear optics and were manufactured by one of the very best makers at the time Ernst Leitz Gmbh, Wetzlar - Germany. They are nicely marked on the back of the right barrel as follows: Dienstglas10x50218979H/6400 The back of. World War II German binoculars were marked 'Dienstglas' meaning service glass. Pre-war glasses used by the German military had the maker's name. Often it was Zeiss. From 1939/1940 onwards they used a code to identify the maker. The code usually appeared on the back of one of the prisms.
German Optical & Precision Instrument Three Letter Codes 1940. During hostilities, the German Government tried to hide the names of the factories still in production. They issued every factory with a unique code which was engraved on the instrument. instead of the makers name and location. e.g. Zeiss in Jena used blc and Leitz ( Leica ) beh.