I went back to my house in the UK over the Christmas period, and brought back tons of old stuff and goodies, in a loaded car. Been enjoying fiddling around with it all again, and, as you may have noticed, have taken a few photos of some of the items, which may be of interest... I don't know; forgive me if it's boring, but I thought I'd share some of it! Anyway, that said, here are a few shots (some not great) of some vintage Swiss Military binoculars, made by Kern in Aarau, in 1954. They are in mint (probably not issued and therefore unused) condition, and came straight from the store at the arsenal in Bern, about 10 years ago. They were a gift from a retired officer friend. They are housed in their original and immaculate leather case as well. The eye pieces have extendable shrouds, and it also comes with a pair of tinted eye-piece covers, one of which I photographed against the sky. I also stuck the lens into the eye-piece to get an authentic 'field' view, and was quite pleased with the result! Hope you like, Cheers, K.