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eMedals-U-Boat Azimuth - C. Plath Hamburg

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U-Boat Azimuth - C. Plath Hamburg


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U-Boat Azimuth - C. Plath Hamburg

Solid steel construction with a thatched non-stick finish, well marked with stamped 20 on bottom of optics housing, casing M number "1186", plate "Hersteller (Manufacturer) C. Plath Hamburg", also identified with: Baum: "FRM5", Werkn: "1057" and the Plath logo, mint condition; Case, M number "834 and Plath logo, with plate indicating five positions for Glare Reduction: Scheinwerfergals (Headlight Glass), Klarglas (Clear Glass), Gelbglas (Yellow Glass); Grauglas (Gray Glass) and Neophanglas (Neophan Glass), with an independent optical eye guard, very fine condition. Late war, advanced and scarce. Footnote: This extremely heavy instument was mounted on top of a U-boat Compass gyro repeater and was used to obtain highly accurate bearings.
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