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JIM ROSE, JIM's OPTICAL REPAIR, 14314 NE 86th CIRCLE. VANCOUVER, WA. 98262  E-MAIL JKRVANC@___M  PHONE (360) 882-1853

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Subject: Repolishing Mk. 3 eyelenses

From: gordiray@___t

  I have several of those binocs, and the plans .   They all have this problem with the soft eyelenses,and they bump your nose unless filed, and the headrest is uncomfortable.  I make better ones as copies of the 25 x 100 headrest. Can Bibb and DeWees give us some pointers?  I would like to use some polishing machinery I have, when time permits

--Gordon Rayner

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Subject: Ducati Firm D.F. 10x80

From: "giuseppe finizio" <gifini@___.it>

 Dear Sirs,   As an Italian military binoculars collector I was    particularly impressed by the photos of the Italian firm Ducati D.F. 10x80    published in Fernglaeser und Fernrohre by Dr. Seeger (bottom of page 357).Can    anyone  tell me the source of these interesting photos ? Dr. Seeger does    not remember the source.  I am researching these particular    binoculars and I would be glad to make contact with the collector.Thanks    in advance for all your help.             Beppe    

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We've had quite a few questions about Italian optics, and for good reason: some of them are outstanding quality, and almost nothing is known about the makers.  The problem is, we've had very few answers to these questions.  Maybe someone will be motivated to send in what they know, on any aspect of optical companies in Italy.  It can be written in Italian, I'll post it & someone will translate it for the list.

--Peter

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Subject: Goerz 7x20  D.F. 99 in Italian service

From: "giuseppe finizio" <gifini@___.it>

I have recently found a D.F.99 with aluminum prism  cover plates very similar to that at page 87 of Dr Seeger masterpiece.On the  left is marked C.P. Goertz D.R.Pat,on the right Trieder Binocle Artiglieria  Italiana 288.I know that these binoculars were produced from 1900 until about  1907.Can anyone give me more details about Goertz supply of these binoculars to  the Italian Army before W.W.I  ?             Beppe    

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Subject: Translation

From: Si <info@___ce.co.uk>

Here is the translation of the german site you wanted.

http://babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish/tr?doit=done&urltext=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.akoehler.de%2F&lp=de_en&search.x=31&search.y=10

Regards

Simon  Gunning

www.oemspace.co.uk

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Here is a sample, including the history related note in the page.  Note that 'machine translations' are approximate at best:

From where do the "telegram words" the Carl Zeiss Jena come - binoculars?

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