Neat, WWII-period, so-called: WH 'Marschabstände- o. Winkel-Messgerät' being an example as executed in white-coloured- (and/or 'Eisenblech'-based) metal as was (presumably) produced by the: 'Esero'-company Neat, WWII-period, so-called: WH 'Marschabstände- o. Winkel-Messgerät' being an example as executed in white-coloured- (and/or 'Eisenblech'-based) metal as was (presumably) produced by the: 'Esero'-company

Neat, WWII-period, so-called: WH 'Marschabstände- o. Winkel-Messgerät' being an example as executed in white-coloured- (and/or 'Eisenblech'-based) metal as was (presumably) produced by the: 'Esero'-company

This is a neat - and actually scarcely seen! - little WH-equipment-item that is almost always missing in any equipment ie. map-case set-up: a period, so-called: WH 'Marschabstände- o. Winkel-Messgerät' being an example as executed in white-coloured- (and/or 'Eisenblech'-based) metal as was (presumably) produced by the: 'Esero'-company and that comes in an overall nice- (albeit moderately used- ie. worn-), condition. These neat little equipment-items were normally carried in (ie. attached to) the leather map-cases. The measurer comes in a moderately used condition and shows some normal staining (ie. usage-marks) simply caused by wear and/or regular age as to be expected: the original (black-coloured) lettering and or white-sprayed surface is fully present and of course readable. Simply a neat little WH-equipment-item that would fit nicely in any WH-equipment set-up or map-case!

Code: 63347

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