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    Posted 13 years ago

    stepback_a…
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    I got this and two other pieces from a man who bought them many years ago at a house sale. I have owned them for nearly twenty years now. They were taken off a surrendered German u boat near the end of the war. This piece is all brass and is dated 1937. It was used to calculate a torpedo's run to a target. It also has the original oak storage case. Both pieces have matching serial numbers. During this time, Germany was secretely testing various submarine designs. I have been collecting militaria since 1975 and have never seen another one in person or a reference book. Your comments are welcome.

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    1. mflorek, 9 years ago
      Hi Mike,

      great item. Is it possible to make photos in better quality?

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