The body of the binoculars and metal parts are painted black. Tube eyepieces are tapered and covered with a thin layer of skin. On the basis of the left tube of the eyepiece, there is a stigma in the form of an eagle and the letters "M" and issue number "33046 N" On the basis of the right tube of the eyepiece the mark of the manufacturer - "beh" used for marking devices manufactured by ERNST LEITZ, as well as the letters "KF" (ger.: "kaltefest" -frost), indicating that the binoculars can be used at low temperatures,the ratio of "7x50", issue "380815", For wearing on the neck binoculars equipped with a thin leather strap with a protective plastic cover for the eyepieces. The device is fully operational. The case for binoculars has a rigid box-like structure with a slightly curved elongated body. It is made of smooth black leather. Cover is snapped shut with a spring lock on the strap. On the outer surface of the cover a large image of the Imperial eagle of the Navy Kriegsmarine. Under the belt of the castle there is the mark of the manufacturer - "Eleitz Wetzlar" and the year of production - 1940. On the inside cover of the case has two pockets for sun and fog filters (there are only tinted). On the sides of the case are attached leather loop with threaded into them neck strap for carrying. Size of case: 29.5 cm X20 cm
BINOCULARS ARE FULLY FUNCTIONAL. WAS A PROFESSIONAL CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE.
An excellent state of preservation.