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  • Germany. A Mint Cased Pair of Flak Crew Member’s Dust Goggles
  • Germany. A Mint Cased Pair of Flak Crew Member’s Dust Goggles
  • Germany. A Mint Cased Pair of Flak Crew Member’s Dust Goggles
  • Germany. A Mint Cased Pair of Flak Crew Member’s Dust Goggles
  • Germany. A Mint Cased Pair of Flak Crew Member’s Dust Goggles
  • Germany. A Mint Cased Pair of Flak Crew Member’s Dust Goggles

Item: G35054

Germany. A Mint Cased Pair of Flak Crew Member’s Dust Goggles

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Germany. A Mint Cased Pair of Flak Crew Member’s Dust Goggles

This is a mint and unissued cased pair of RLB (Reichsluftschutzbund/National Air Raid Protection League) Flak Crew Member’s Splinter Dust Goggles (Splitterschutzbrille) in their original packet of issue; consisting of two eyepieces with yellow-tinted see-through celluloid plastic lenses with triple punctured top and bottom for ventilation, with an independent flexible nose piece and matching celluloid side guards. The glasses are held in place via a two-piece strap, consisting partially of elastic fabric, and cotton, as well as metal fittings for adjustment. The goggles measure approximately 135 mm across when unfolded, and 70 mm x 80 mm folded. The glasses are accompanied by their original wax paper wrapping and a period-original textured paper case, stitched together with black twine; measuring 108 mm x 85 mm; in top condition. (C: 162)
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