How much are World War 2 binoculars worth?
Value can depend on a number of things. The most rare and valuble binoculars are German ones produced at Jena and bearing the eagle and swatstikka, these are rare because after heavy allied bombing at Jena the name and swatstikka were replaced with the code b.e.h. With original case and straps these binoculars are extremely valuble and rare. If it can be proved they belonged to certain ships or individuals the value goes up again. There was recently a set went up for auction on e-bay proven to be off the ill fated Prinz Eugen and the reserve was $250,000, no kidding! Most of the Allied binoculars are worth between about $100 to $400 and are much more common and widely available. Value can depend on a number of things. The most rare and valuble binoculars are German ones produced at Jena and bearing the eagle and swatstikka, these are rare because after heavy allied bombing at Jena the name and swatstikka were replaced with the code b.e.h. With original case and straps these binoculars are extremely valuble and rare. If it can be proved they belonged to certain ships or individuals the value goes up again. There was recently a set went up for auction on e-bay proven to be off the ill fated Prinz Eugen and the reserve was $250,000, no kidding! Most of the Allied binoculars are worth between about $100 to $400 and are much more common and widely available.
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You are going to be more specific by telling the year and thecountry of origin, both Canada and the US altered their compositionof their 5 cent pieces, but in different ways and as such they havedifferent values.
I was researching this because I am selling a little blue and white porcelain house ashtray (you put the cigarette in the door and smoke comes out the chimney). I found a similar one listed online for $12.00. I'm going to try and sell mine for $8.00.
More information is needed before an answer can be given. What country did they come from? What year, who made them, condition etc.
Many stamps were issued during and about World War 2. You will need to consult the catalogs. Most libraries will have a copy of Scott's Postage Stamp Catalog of the World. First of all, you have to identify the specific stamp or card. That in itself can be a daunting task, but most of the catalogs a…re well illustrated with lots of information. Once you know what item you have, the catalog will provide a set of prices that can be used to estimate value. ( Full Answer )
Need to know more information - is it a parachute packed for a paratrooper, a pilot's survival chute, a cargo chute, an emergency seat chute, or ???? But basic answer is - a pilot's chute or a paratrooper's chute would definitely be worth plenty! Cargo chutes are generally of much less collector int…erest. ( Full Answer )
I think you mean WW II, not 11 (thankfully there haven't been eleven conflicts...) There are no $1000 notes dated later than 1934 so you could not have one from the Second World War. In any case, 1934 and 1934-A bills are worth between $1100 and $1600 in average condition.
I was on vacation in Normandy France and bought some from a privately owned museum/german gun batterys gift shop -. http://www.normandie44lamemoire.com/versionanglaise/fichesvillesus/crisbecqus2.html. which were supposed to have been excavated from the site itself, although I have no idea of the a…uthenticity. I bought some small caliber 22 or 33, I am not an expert! For 50 cents each (euro), and a larger caliber (about 1.5 inches long ) for 2.50 euro. Hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
My father brought some home from WW 2 and there's a Nazi sign stamped into them.
they would be good to sell for a nice price but i would keep them and sell them later in life when their value really rises. ___ Like any coin, the value depends upon what condition it is in. A steel coin, in very good condition, showing some scratches but overall pretty good shape, will fetch …anywhere from $9.00 and up. Pennies in pristine condition (unused, no marks, perfect looking will go for as high as $30. But this is for a PERFECT coin - never been circulated. Shop around, you may get a higher price. If your coin is in okay condition, lots of wear and tear, scratches etc you might get a dollar for it, maybe two. ( Full Answer )
i have a newspaper from the day world war II ended in Europe ended and i am wondering the same thing. sorry i don't know how much it would be worth but if you ever find out tell me.
CAG was the three-letter code for Swarovski - they still make binoculars today. CAG-made binoculars weren't distributed to anyone in particular, but they were one of only two makers who produced the desert tan models commonly assumed to have been issued to Afrikakorps troops. The other was Voight…lander (code "ddx"). I hope this is helpful. ( Full Answer )
A good deal on a footlocker is between $35 and $50. However, I've seen them go for over $150! Make sure there isn't any mold/cracks/warpage/etc. Good Luck!
Effective this century, REPRODUCTIONS (or copies) are now being manufactured by companies. Repro's can be purchased for under $100. Note: It will take research and comparisons to an actual war helmet to determine whether or not it's a reproduction (copy). Unfortunately, there is NO LAW stating that… those reproductions (copies) have to have the words REPRODUCTION stamped on them. Therefore, the collector's world must be fought against fraud (fake helmets being sold as original). ( Full Answer )
Several thousand dollars. An ordinary commercial second world war katana of contemporary manufacture has very little value. However what happened during the war was certain prized blades that had belonged to high born Japanese families for generations were disassembled and the precious mounts, tsuba… etc. were simply put away. Ordinary military mounts were used on blades that sometimes dated back to the 13th century. If you have a blade like that by one of the esteemed sword smiths, it could be worth huge amounts of money. The Japanese are anxious to recover the many blades that were lost at the time of the Japanese surrender. To find out whether or not you have a precious blade, knock out the tapered banboo pegs that hold the grip in position and take it off exposing the tang, the part od the blade that is normally hidden within the hilt. If there is a signature in Japanese characters etched into the tang, you may have something of worth though not necessarily a valuable heirloom. Sometimes the signature is filled with gold, another indication that the smith was a highly regarded artist. Also hold the blade at eye level, looking form hilt to tip. There should be a wavy line clearly visible stretching along the blade. This is, I believe, called the yakiba is the tempering applied to the blade by the smith. Each smith ahad his own unique design fo yakiba. Hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
They are unlikely to be worth a great deal of money. The war was extensively photographed by all participants, with both stills and motion pictures. Unless the photos are exceptionally dramatic or previously unknown depictions of previously unknown or undocumented incidents there is little chance …you would find much of a market. The main value of most personal wartime photos would be the sentimental value to the man who took them. ( Full Answer )
Its collectible but its value depends on several factors. What nation is it from? American MPCs have a good market. They were issued in different series, and some series and denominations are more desirable than others.
amercian gas mask not very much. German gas mask of WW2 are a lot higher in price
Well, WW 2 was not in 1915, but your Luger pistol may be worth anywhere from $100 to several thousand dollars, depending on the exact model, markings, and condition. There is no way to judge from the information in your question. The best estimate would come from a dealer that knows Luger pistols. I…f all else fails, see if the are some gun shows in your area- you should find several dealers that can give you an estimate of worth. ( Full Answer )
Depends on the condition. There are still thousands of surplus weapons floating around from WWII. Decent condition surplus Mausers can be purchased for $150-$250.
Not a great deal. You would have to consult a catalog to clearly identify what stamps you have. One stamp in mint condition might have a value of: 3.50-5.00.
Yes, but they are avaible in specific country's. Its rubber isUKNOWN. Only found from Written records about it.
Send an email with the photos to the email address listed on my bio page, and I will forward them to an expert in these things. Shell casings may be worth very little, or they may be worth a considerable amount, dependent on a number of things, including rarity.
Take it to your banker, they can look it up and tell you current value if you want to cash it. I think victory bonds are still earning interest.
Because the US Mint never issued WWII commemorative sets, my guess is that you have 5 coins from that time period in a set assembled and sold by a private company. Without knowing the coins' conditions and mint marks it's difficult to determine and exact value but in any case it would have to be …less than what it was sold for, because whoever made the set wouldn't plan to lose any money on the deal. At the risk of throwing cold water on things, most of these sets retail for far more than the coins are actually worth. Their cost includes the holder, whatever documentation comes with them, plus a healthy chunk of profit. The coins are interesting but unless you want the holder, etc. it's usually possible to assemble a similar set in much better condition by going to an auction or coin show. ( Full Answer )
It depends on the nationality and the tunic type. German tunics are amongst the priciest carrying greatly, Japanese are fairly pricy where as British, Russian and American are the cheapest. It also depends on your nationality for instance in Britain a British tunics are far from rare, though it can …still cost you Â£100 however in a foreign country like America the tunic would be considered rare and cost much more. Try some online research to identify the tunic first the chances is the tunic is of the same nationality as you so try searching that first and then research the price. ( Full Answer )
It depends on what dagger and the maker, conditon, etc. There were many different daggers made in German nazi era.
It looks like they are selling at anywhere from $15 to $150 perblueprint on eBay, so it probably depends on the specificcollection, including the amount of blueprints and the ship(s)involved.
If it is a foot locker from the 2nd world war and it is in good condition with not a spec of rust on it, and the hinges don't squeak when you open the door (not that you can't fix that), and the paints not pealing, and there's no dents in it or anything of that nature, its not worth anything. I t…ook mine to a place but it was from the 1st world war and the guy said it was worth more to scrap than to sell. I'm kidding I know nothing about this subject ( Full Answer )
You do not mention whether its a coin or a bill. In either case, the answer depends on its condition. The more like new, the higher the value. If it was circulated, used in transaction, passed from hand to hand, its worth only a fraction of one put away untouched straight from the mint. Probab…ly not much. If its a coin, and far enough "pre world War II" it might have silver content, and then it would be worth at least the value of its silver. ( Full Answer )
That varies based on the quantity, type, and condition. It lookslike some are going for around $10 and others are going in batchesfor like $150. You might want to try ebay and see if you can findones that are similar to yours.
Depending on it's condition, it could be anywhere from $50 (very low quality) to $750 (very high quality).
depends on the brand and where it came from and time it was made. any way it ranges between $100-$400
One Farthing GBP in 1943 had the purchasing power of about Â£0.03 GBP today. NOTE - This historical conversion is the result of many calculations and considerations by a purpose designed program for which I can take no credit. The resulting answer should only be regarded as an approximation.
how much is a ww2 t handle shovel worth ? it has the word brown and1940 stamped on it
Depends on The name of the Medal The country of issue The condition of the Medal Also if the medals are named and if so who they are named to. If they are a high rank this will increase the price. If they were killed in action, wounded or taken prisoner this will increase the price. "2 ww1 me…dals" is a bit vague. ( Full Answer )
It is worth what someone will pay for it - it's not a thing with a set value. If you list it on Ebay, the highest bid you get for it is another way of saying "that's what it's worth".
Depends on the article, date, and news company. A rare one would be estimated about $600.
A nickel's a nickel's a nickel, they're all worth 5 cents But, collectors value them because of the time period they're from. Second Answer: Contact your local coin shop for an appraisal. If you have a lot of coin shops get at least three to four opinions on the nickels. (note: seen many nicke…ls worth twenty dollars in some display cases) ( Full Answer )
Basically, Germany wanted to redeem their power & get revenge for the Versailles Treaty, which put all the blame for WW1 on Germany.
Nothing up to several thousand, depending on the specifics. If you have one in your possession, and want it appraised, you need to take it to a professional who can determine the value based on overall condition, originality, special markings, whether or not it was a specialty presentation item, etc…. ( Full Answer )
These are fairly common, due to the former Soviet Union selling off rifles that were held in their War Reserve stocks. I have an ad flyer rec'd yesterday for wholesale M-N 91/30s - $79. Expect about $125 retai l for an average garden variety rifle.
A Minox is worth $500-$1000 it all depends on the condition and if it is in working order. Other OSS matchbox cameras a lot more- check ebay
it depends on the bayonet, some can cost Â£20 some can cost Â£1000s it all depends. Any markings can alter the price or even the country it's from... I presume your going to sell is so don't clean it or polish it leave it as it is as collectors pay more for this. If you would like to describe th…e bayonet to me or any known history then perhaps I could be of more help. If your going to take it to a antique shop for identification or a sale, stop off at at least two different shops before selling as some antique dealers lie about the bayonet and it's price for personal gain.3/4 black tip blood groove wood and brass handle with attachment ball tip shealth and says d97 .. cant read last 2 numbers maybe world war 1 ( Full Answer )
Depends on condition, and what they are. The answer is too broad. You need to be more specific.
You mean a radio? If so about $100 depending if it was the axis or the allies
Ebay? this isn't a price-checking site you know. but if you want my opinion: Â£5(working) dump(broke)
The variables that affect this are too many to allow any sort of guess. From what country to what destination? Soldier or civilian? Censored or non-censored? What stamps are affixed? What is the cancellation? It could be anything from what you could find in a $1 box to many thousands o…f dollars for s specific Field Post Office, or location, or even a specific date/time stamp. I once saw an envelope with a postmark of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, at 7:59am on Sunday, December 7th, 1941 available for $500. ( Full Answer )
It can be worth any were from $20 - $40 it would be a bit more expensive if you can get a certificate of authenticity for it and if it was actually used in battle.
Rebuilt value: excellent: $900, very good: $750. (serial numbersbefore 1380000 are the higher value listed) excellent: $3000-$4500,very good: $2000-$2500.
All they say is viper, coated optics, 20x65, field 4Â°, no 74805...I know nothing else about them, apart from that they look very oldand vintage