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    #31
    well but we are talking from an Busch and if you take an look to an Busch bino in this aera of numbers they have always 3 screws.

    What are the opinions about the date of this RZM binos ??

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      #32
      Maybe it's a Busch Millux like this one (Nr 265023) which looks to have one screw - but notice the name is in capitals with no mention of Rathenow...


      http://www.royal-dragons.fr/fiche-ve...coce-1080.html


      Details on this Millux (Nr 260687) aren't as clear but it's marked for RFV use;

      http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-WWII...-/131469608101

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        #33
        .....anyway I dont want an bino with RZM in my collection.
        possible is everythink but there are to many inconsistencies and my stomache says no to this markings.

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          #34
          You may well be right . But it's nice to know that interesting little oddities can still pop up.

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            #35
            An exciting development - a collector has kindly shown me photos of his Busch SS 103/34 RZM Dienstglas 6x30 which is identical to the one shown on this topic and seems to be based on the Busch Millux with one screw per plate. The serial is very close to the originally posted one and, to me, confirms that a small range of RZM marked binos were in use by the SS. He also showed a Hensoldt RZM and, although I have no other to compare it with, suspect it to be original too.

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