Бинокль - Dienstglas 6х30. Hensoldt & Soehne.

  • Бинокль - Dienstglas 6х30. Hensoldt & Soehne.
  • Бинокль - Dienstglas 6х30. Hensoldt & Soehne.
  • Бинокль - Dienstglas 6х30. Hensoldt & Soehne.
  • Бинокль - Dienstglas 6х30. Hensoldt & Soehne.
  • Бинокль - Dienstglas 6х30. Hensoldt & Soehne.
  • Бинокль - Dienstglas 6х30. Hensoldt & Soehne.
  • Бинокль - Dienstglas 6х30. Hensoldt & Soehne.
  • Бинокль - Dienstglas 6х30. Hensoldt & Soehne.
  • Бинокль - Dienstglas 6х30. Hensoldt & Soehne.
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Немецкий коллекционный бинокль в идеале.  Стандартный бинокль солдат и офицеров Вермахта времен ВОВ в таком "сохране" встретить сложно.  Оптика читая, исправна. С сокращением фирмы производителя bmj - Hensoldt & Soehne, M., Optische Werke A.-G., Wetzlar.

Бинокли (Dienstglas) выдавались офицерам, некоторым унтер-офицерам, артиллерийским наблюдателя и корректировщикам огня, разведчикам и т.п.

На каждом предмете производившемся для нужд Германских вооруженных сил - Вермахта, Люфтваффе, Кригсмарине, Ваффен-СС, Полиции и прочих организаций ставилось клеймо производителя зашифрованное в трехбуквенном коде.

Вот некоторые сокращения, которые проставлялись производителями  на немецких военных биноклях времен ВОВ:

b e h ERNST LEITZ. WETZLAR GERMANY
b e k HENSOLDT WERK FUR OPTIK UND MECHANIK HERBORN GERMANY
b l c CARL ZEISS, MILITARABTEILUNG JENA JENA GERMANY
b m h JIRASEK (not in Walter) PRAGUE CZECH
b m j M. HENSOLDT & SOHNE, A.G. WETZLAR GERMANY
b m t C. A. STEINHEIL SOHNE, GmbH MUNICH GERMANY
b p d C. P. GOERZ, GmbH VIENNA AUSTRIA
b v f C. REICHERT VIENNA AUSTRIA
b y g JOH. WYKSEN, K.G. KATTOWITZ POLAND
b z z I.G.-FARBENINDUSTRIE, CAMERAWERK MUNICH GERMANY
c a d KARL KAHLES (telescopic sights) VIENNA AUSTRIA
c a g D. SWAROVSKI WATTENS/TIROL AUSTRIA
c a u KODAK AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, DR. NAGEL WERK STUTTGART GERMANY
c c x OPTISCHE UND FEINMECHANISCHE WERKE, HUGO MEYER & CO. GOERLITZ GERMANY
c l b DR. F. A. WOHLER KASSEL GERMANY
c l n ED. SPRENGER BERLIN GERMANY
c r h FRANZ SCHMIDT & HAENSCH BERLIN GERMANY
c r n HANSEATISCHE WERKSTATTEN FUR FEINMECHANIK UND OPTIK, FRIEDRICHS & Co. HAMBURG GERMANY
c r o R. FUESS, formerly J. G. GREINER & GEISSLER BERLIN GERMANY
c x n EMIL BUSCH, A.G. RATHENOW GERMANY
d d v OCULUS (optometrist equipment, possibly gunsights) BERLIN GERMANY
d d x VOIGTLAENDER & SOHN, A.G. BRAUNSCHWEIG GERMANY
d k l JOSEF SCHNEIDER KREUZNACH GERMANY
d o q DEUTSCHE SPIEGELGLAS A.G. (telescopes, lenses) LEINE GERMANY
d o w WAFFENWERKE BRUNN A.G. (1943-OPTICOTECHNA GmbH) PRERAU CZECH.
d p g ADOX KAMERAWERK GmbH (cameras) WIESBADEN GERMANY
d p v ZEISS IKON A.G. DRESDEN GERMANY
d p w ZEISS IKON A.G. GOERZWERK BERLIN GERMANY
d p x ZEISS IKON A.G., CONTESSAWERK STUTTGART GERMANY
d y m RUNGE & KAULFUSS RATHENOW GERMANY
d y s HEINRICH ZEISS, UNIONZEISS K.G. ('apparently optical' BERLIN GERMANY
d z l OPTISCHE ANSTALT OIGEE GmbH BERLIN GERMANY
e a f MECHANOPTIK GESELLSCHAFT FUR PRAZISIONSTECHNIK, AUDE & REIPERT BABELSBERG GERMANY
e a w R. WINKEL GmbH GOETTINGEN GERMANY
e e d KURBI & NIGGELOH (photographic equipment) RADEVORMWALD GERMANY
e s o G. RODENSTOCK MUNICH GERMANY
e s u STEINHEIL SOHNE GmbH (telescopes & optics) MUNICH GERMANY
e u g OPTISCHE PRAZISIONS WERKE GmbH WARSAW POLAND
f c o SENDLINGER OPTISCHE GLASWERKE GmbH BERLIN GERMANY
f j t PHOTOGRAMMETRIE GmbH (aerial recon. cameras) MUNICH GERMANY
f l n FRANZ RAPSCH A.G. (sights, often subcontractor to Busch) RATHENOW GERMANY
f v s SPINDLER & HOYER K.G. GOTTINGEN GERMANY
f v x BECK & SOHNE KASSEL GERMANY
f w r OPTISCHE ANSTALT SAALFELD GmbH SAALFELD GERMANY
f x p HANS KOLLMORGEN GmbH BERLIN GERMANY
g a g F. MOLLENKOPF STUTTGART GERMANY
g k p RUF & Co., formerly CARL SCHUTZ KASSEL GERMANY
g u g UNGARNISCHE OPTISCHE WERKE A.G. BUDAPEST HUNGARY
g u j WERNER D. KUEHN BERLIN GERMANY
g w v ERNST PLANK NURNBERG GERMANY
g x l FRANKE & HEIDECKE (photographic equipment) BRAUNSCHWEIG GERMANY
g x p HOMRICH & SOHN (photographic equipment)
h d v OPTISCHE WERK OSTERODE GmbH OSTERODE GERMANY
h f o VALENTIN LINHOF OHG (photographic equipment) MUNICH GERMANY
h k m CARL BRAUN KG NURNBERG GERMANY
h n a KORELLE WERKE, G.H. BRANDTMANN & Co. (photographic) DRESDEN GERMANY
h r w HOH & HAHNE (photographic reproduction equipment) LEIPZIG GERMANY
h w t IHAGEE KAMERAWERK, STEENBERGEN & Co. (cameras) DRESDEN GERMANY
h x h A. KRUSS HAMBURG GERMANY
j f n TETENAL PHOTOWERK, Dr. TRIEPEL, K.G. (photographic equipment) BERLIN GERMANY
j f p DR. CARL LEISS BERLIN GERMANY
j n h F. TUTEMANN (lens holders & optical equipment) LUDENSCHEID GERMANY
j o n VOIGTLANDER-GEVAERT (cameras) BERLIN GERMANY
j u x NEDINSCO, NEDERLANDSCHE INSTRUMENTEN, (vehicle & aircraft instruments?) VENLO NETHERLANDS
j v e ERNST LUDWIG WEIXDORF GERMANY
j x n HELMUT KORTH BERLIN GERMANY
k h c OTTO HIMMLER (microscopes, optical equipment) BERLIN GERMANY
k l n ERNST & WILHELM BERTRAM (photographic equipment) MUNICH GERMANY
k n a DER ROBOT, BERNING & Co., K.G. (photographic equipment) DUSSELDORF GERMANY
k q c JOS. SCHNEIDER & Co., K.G. GOETTINGEN GERMANY
k r q EMIL BUSCH A.G. (assembled from foreign components) RATHENOW GERMANY
k w c GAMMA FEINMECHANISCHE & OPTISCHE WERKE BUDAPEST HUNGARY
k x v A. JACKENROLL GmbH BERLIN GERMANY
l a e HEINRICH ZEISS, UNION ZEISS K.G. GOSTINGEN
l f n REFLEKTA-KAMERAFABRIK, C. RICHTER (cameras) THARANDT GERMANY
l m q CARL ZEISS (assembled from foreign components) JENA GERMANY
l w g OPTISCHE WERKE OSTERODE GmbH (assembled from foreign components) OSTERODE GERMANY
l w w HUET ET CIE PARIS FRANCE
l w x OPTIQUE ET PRECISION DE LEVALLOIS, PARIS LEVALLOIS-PERRET FRANCE
l w y SOCIETE OPTIQUE ET MECANIQUE DE HAUTE PRECISION PARIS FRANCE
m b v I.G. FARBENINDUSTRIE, A.G.; AGFA (cameras) BERLIN GERMANY
m c a FOTOWERK, Dr. C. SCHLEUSSNER, GmbH (photographic equipment) FRANKFURT GERMANY
m t q PHOTOCHEMISCHE FABRIK ROLAND RISSE GmbH (photographic equipment) FLORSHEIM GERMANY
m t r VOIGTLANDER & SOHN, A.G. (cameras) BERLIN GERMANY
m t u A. LORENZ (MTU also used for AEG electrical equipment) GUTENFELD
m t v A. LORENZ DRESDEN GERMANY
n m s RICHARD HOLZ BERLIN GERMANY
n x t S.A.I. OTTICO MECCANICA E RILEVAMENTI AEROFOTOGRAMMETRICI
(stereoscopic aerial photography equipment) ROME ITALY
o c p AKTOPHOT GmbH (photographic equipment) PRAG-SABECHTLITZ
o c v W. KLAZAR (precision engineering; reportedly photographic equipment) PRAG
o k c HAUFF A.G. (photographic equipment) STUTTGART GERMANY
p v f C. REICHERT VIENNA AUSTRIA
r l n CARL ZEISS JENA GERMANY

A.G. = AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT; 
GmbH = GESELLSCHAFT MIT BESCHRANKTER HAFTUNG; 
I.G. = INTERRESENGEMEINSCHAFT; 
K.G. = KOMMANDITGESELLSCHAFT;
OHG = OFFENE HANDELSGESELLSCHAFT;


Dienstglas 6x30, 7x50 and 10x50 model binoculars, plus serial number and maker
Database
B: = Черный
Y: = Желтый песок (Afrika Korps )
Ba: = Бакелит.
L: = Покрытие кожа.
R: =  черная краска, покрытие.
G: =  резиновая защита для морских биноклей, Кригсмарине.  Uboat.
Gr: = серое лакокрасочное покрытие.
M: = Отмеченный "M" - это береговая артиллерия.
K: = Отмеченный с "K" для kriegsmarine или морской пехоты.
+: = с сеткой бинокль.
T: = покрытие линз.
0: = Ноль/круг отмечен
Ре: = Существующая сетка
Kf: = kf отметка для морозостойкой смазки kalterfest     

Немецкий унтер-офицер обыскивает сдавшегося красноармейца.

HENSOLDT , Wetzlar
Выпуск моделей по годам.

Binoculars by Moritz Hensoldt & Sons, of Wetzlar, Germany. Compiled by Peter Abrahams.

1897-1905 | | 7 x 25 | Terrestrial (lens erecting system), aluminum, very compact
1897 | Penta, Model A | 7 x 30 | Length 13 cm FOV 5.5 degrees. Roof prism.
1898 | Penta, Model B | 7 x 24 | FOV 97m/1000m. 395 grams.
1899-1900 Penta Model I. DRP 118256 for Pentaprism. 37 to 40 degree apparent FOV. Center focus.
1899-1900 | Penta Theaterglas| 4 x 18 | Price 125 Mk.
1899-1900 | Penta Jagdglas | 5 x 22.6| Price 145 Mk.
1899-1900 | Penta Feldstecher| 7 x 22.6| Price 150 Mk.
1899-1900 | Penta Pirschglas | 6 x 26 | Price 160 Mk. Also military model, individual focus, price 155 Mk. (Pirsch = stalking)
1899-1900 | Penta Feldstecher| 7 x 26 | Price 165 Mk. Military model, IF, price 160 Mk.
1899-1900 | Penta Feldstecher| 9 x 26 | Price 180 Mk. Military model, IF, price 180 Mk.
1899-1900 | (Penta) | 10 x 26 | Military
1899-1900 | Penta Feldstecher| 12 x 26 | Price 200 Mk.
1899-1900 | Nimrod(Spezial-Jagdglas)|10x50|Price 350 Mk. First 50mm binocular, made possible by roof prism.
1899-1900 | Penta Marineglas | 10 x 50 | Price 350 Mk.
1899-1900 | Penta Marineglas | 12 x 50 | Price 370 Mk.
1898-1902 | Feldstecher | 6 x 26.| Sprenger-Leman prisms, DRP 94450, Feb. 27, 1895. Aluminum.
1901-1904 Penta-Prismen-Feldstecher Model II. DRP 118256. Cast one piece aluminum body, no housing cover.
1901-1904 | Penta | 4 x 18 |
1901-1904 | Penta | 7 x 22.6|
1901-1904 | Penta | 6 x 26 | Circa 1902-1905. Black enamel.
1901-1904 | Penta | 7 x 26 |
1901-1904 | Penta | 9 x 26 |
1901-1904 | Penta | 12 x 26 |
1901-1904 | Penta Nimrod | 10 x 50 |
1905 ? | Stereo Binocular | 12 x 20 | marked Hensoldt Wetzlar & London. Built by franchise? Seeger p111.
1905-1909 Wacht (Watch). First series of the Dialyt model roof prisms. DRP 180644, 1905.
1905-1909 | Wacht Theaterglas| 3.5x 15 |
1905-1909 | " Universalglas | 6 x 26 |
1905-1909 | Wacht Feldstecher| 7 x 26 |
1905-1909 | Wacht Reiseglas | 9 x 26 | (Traveling glass)
1905-1909 | Wacht Sportglas | 12 x 26 |
1905-1909 | " Spezialglas Dialyt I|5x35|
1905-1909 | " Dialyt II, Spezial-Jagdglas|6x35|
1905-1909 | " Nimrod II, Spezial-Jagdglas|10x50| FOV 70m/1000m = 4 degrees.
1905-1909 | " Marine,Marineglas|12x 50 |
1905-1909 | Wacht | 18 x 50 | Available by special order
1908 | D.F. 03, Wacht | 6 x 24 | Standard German military issue, FOV about 150m/1000m, to about 1915
1908 | Stereo-Walkar, Stereor-Walkar|6x20| Porro I
1908 | Stereo-Walkar | 8 x 20 |
1908 | Stereo-Walkar | 12 x 50 |
1910-1963 | Galyt | 4 x 40 | Galilean. FOV 140m/1000m. 330-360 gm. Center focus. Price 120 DM (1960)
1910-1924 | Gem. Dialyt | 3.5x 15 | Very heavy models, "Hindenburg-Dialyte"
1910-1924 | Universal-Dialyt | 6 x 26 | Later, Sport Dialyt
1910-1924 | Ideal Dialyt | 6 x 36 | Later, Jagd-Dialyt.
1910-1924 | Marine Dialyt | 8 x 50 |
1910-1924 | Gebirgs Dialyt | 10 x 50 | (Mountain)
1910-1924 | Tele-Dialyt | 16 x 50 |
1910-1924 | Astro-Dialyt | 18 x 50 |
this series offered as monoculars, at half price of binoculars, in A. Lietz, San Francisco, catalog of the mid 1920s
1920, Trademark changed from Wacht in a roof prism, to Hensoldt Wetzlar in a roof prism.
1919?-1933| Stereor-Walkar | | Porro I, (names introduced in the 1920s). Aluminum, brass cover.
1919?-1933| (Telsex) | 6 x 24 | Also 6 x 24 Sportur, Porro I, identical to Zeiss Sportur
1919?-1933| (Telacht) | 8 x 24 |
1919?-1933| Jagdglas; Marineglas (Teljagd)|6x30|
1919?-1933| | 12 x 30 | Until about 1925
1939 | Telzwolf | 12 x 30 | (zwolf = twelve)
1928 | Telgon(Telachtar)| 8 x 30 |
1928-ca.35| Reise-Dialyt | 5 x 18 | Dialyt with new roof prism, DRP, until circa 1935. Zinc & brass.
1928-ca.35| Universal-Dialyt | 6 x 30 |
1928-ca.35| Sport-Dialyt | 8 x 30 |
1928-ca.35| Grossfeld-Dialyt | 8 x 36 |
1928-ca.35| Jagd-Dialyt | 6 x 42 |
1928-ca.35| Marine-Dialyt | 7 x 50 |
1928-ca.35| Hirsch-Dialyt | 8 x 50 | (deer)
1928-ca.35| Gebirgs-Dialyt | 10 x 50 | (mountain)
1928 | Universal-Dialyt | 6 x 26 | Magnifying lens attachment for right objective, near focus to 75 cm.
1928 | Jagd-Dialyt | 6 x 36 | "
1928/30-- | Nacht-Dialyt | 7 x 56 |
1928/30-- | Nacht-Dialyt | 8 x 56 |
1933- | Wehrsport | 6 x 24 | After 1934 called Gelandesport (field sport). Porro I. (Wehrsport = military sport)
1933- | Wehrsport | 6 x 30 |
1933- | Wehrsport | 8 x 30 |
1933- | Wehrsport | 12 x 30 |
1936-1943 | Sport-Dialyt | 6 x 30 | Aluminum (as in 1905 models, zinc used years between). 290 gm.
1936-1943 | Sport-Dialyt | 8 x 30 | " Hard rubber or plastic-leather covered. Some called 'extra leicht'.
1936-1943 | Jagd-Dialyt | 6 x 42 | "
1936-1943 | Jagd-Dialyt | 7 x 42 | "
1936-1943 | Marine-Dialyt | 7 x 50 | "
1936-1943 | Hirsch-Dialyt | 8 x 50 | "
1936-1943 | Gebirgs-Dialyt | 10 x 50 | "
1936-1943 | Tele-Dialyt | 16 x 50 | "
1936-1943 | Nacht-Dialyt | 7 x 56 | "
1936-1943 | Nacht-Dialyt | 8 x 56 | "
1936-1943 | Nacht-Dialyt | 10 x 56 | "
1936-1943 | Nacht-Dialyt | 16 x 56 | " 640 gm. Introduced at end of 1930s. (Tele-Dialyt)
1936-1943 | Grossfeld | 6 x 24 | " Porro I
1936-1943 | Grossfeld | 8 x 24 | " "
1936-1943 | Jagdglas | 6 x 30 | " "
1936-1943 | Sportglas | 8 x 30 | " "
1936-1943 | Telzwolf | 12 x 30 | " "
1936-1943 | | 7 x 50 | Military, individual focus, code mark bmj after 1942, not sold to civilians
1936-1943 | | 10 x 50 | "
1948-1963 Lightweight metal, hard rubber or plastic-leather cover. Hensoldt E coating. Center focus.
1948-1963 | Diadem | 2.5x 30 | Galilean, $45.(1961), 'luxury model, black & gold'.
1948-1963 | Galyt | 4 x 40 | Galilean
1948-1963 | Dialyt | 6 x 30 |
1948-1963 | Dialyt | 8 x 30 |
1948-1963 | Dialyt | 8 x 32 | FOV 150yd/1000yd = 8 deg.36'. 570 gm. Price $157.(1961) Sold after 1955
1948-1963 | Dialyt | 7 x 42 | FOV 140yd/1000yd = 8 deg. 580 gm. Price 387 DM., $173.(1961).
1948-1963 | Dialyt | 7 x 50 | FOV 125 yd/1000yd = 7 deg.6'. 680 gm. Price 426 DM., $186.(1961).
1948-1963 | Dialyt | 8 x 50 | FOV 120m/1000m. 690 gm. Price 441 DM. Until about 1960.
1948-1963 | Dialyt | 10 x 50 | FOV 110yd/1000yd = 6 deg.15'. (95m/1000m) 710 gm. Price $197 (1961).
1948-1963 | Nacht-Dialyt | 7 x 56 | until about 1950
1948-1963 | Nacht-Dialyt | 8 x 56 | FOV 110yd/1000yd = 6 deg.15'. 710 gm. Price 468 DM., $197.(1961).
1948-1963 | BGA | 8 x 56 | also with retractable oculars
1948-1963 | Dialyt | 16 x 56 | FOV 75yd/1000yd = 4 deg.18'. (62m/1000m) 750 gm. Price $211.(1961)
1948-1963 | Diagon | 6 x 30 | Porro I. FOV 150 yd/1000yd = 8 deg.36'. 450 gm. Price 294 DM, $117.(1961).
1948-1963 | Diagon | 8 x 30 | " FOV 150 yd/1000yd = 8 deg.36'. 470 gm. Price 309 DM., $121.(1961).
1948-1963 | Diagon | 7 x 50 | " FOV 128 yd/1000yd = 7 deg.18'. 980 gm. Price 420 DM., $165.(1961).
1948-1963 | Diagon | 10 x 50 | " FOV 124 yd/1000yd = 6 deg.54'. 1010 gm. Mid 1950s. Price $175.(1961).
1948-1963 | Diagon | 15 x 50 | " from 1959
1948-1963 | Diasport | 8 x 20 | " FOV 120yd/1000yd = 6 deg.54'. 8.7 oz. $94.(1961). Sold after 1955.
1955, Partial rubber protection for Diagons. 1960, full rubber protection for some Dialyts and Diagons
1959/60 | Diarex | 8 x 30 | FOV 120 yd/1000yd = 6 deg.54'. 16.5 oz. $95.(1961). Plastic body. Mirror system.
1964--- | Dialyt 8 x 56 BGA, continuously built since circa 1930, is labelled Zeiss. Production is ceased for all other models.
1986--- | Hensoldt name re-introduced for binoculars delivered to German army.



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