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Just found these 1930s Field Glasses rooting around a vintage store, and just had to rescue them from obscurity.

The side of the box reads:

The Reynolds High Power Field Glass enables you to have "Front Row Vision At Back Seat Prices." Ideal for Base-Ball - Races - Beaches - Prize Fights - Theatres - Outings - Nature Study - Foot Ball - Auto Trips.

Box is in rough condition, it's missing the top, one side, and is detached along one face. The graphics however on both sides are wonderful. There's a series of 5 interlocking circles that feature a University football game, a Polo Match, the night sky over a city, a yacht race and a boxing match." Fantastic Art Deco font and background design.

Field glasses measure 6" tall and about 4.5" across. Eye rests are Bakelite and the lower glass lenses are intact, though a bit dusty. Original strap is intact, though has some wear.

I have tried to focus the glasses, but haven't had luck- I also have no idea what I'm doing, so that may factor into it. The mechanism appears very simple, and is functioning fine.

Regardless these would make a wonderful display as part of any vintage binocular, field glass, or viewing glass collection.

Will pack with extreme care to keep the fragile box in as good remaining condition as possible!


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Reynolds Field Glasses 1930s Spectator Binoculars


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: box, viewing glasses, binoculars
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 380 reviews
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