Used Polish Military Surplus WWII Compass with Case

Item # WX2-292897

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"Vet" Polish Military Surplus WWII Compass.

"Which way, Alojzy (Polish warrior)?" Thrill to this rare collectible Compass, as used to plot decisive WWII direction over 70 years ago.

  • Black molded base with metal lid and mirror
  • Rotating bezel
  • Sighting window below mirror
  • Luminescent marks on dial
  • Brown leather flapped case, stitched construction.
  • 2 1/ 2 x 2 1/ 4 x 1", 6 ozs.

Condition: used, in like-new shape. May show signs of long-term storage. Act ONLINE Now!

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  1. 4 stars
    I like it a lot! The only thing is, once opened, I cannot figure out how to close the compass. Can you help?
  2. 1 stars
    The compass is now WWII. It is dated 1968.
  3. 3 stars
    not impressed. not a WWII item
  4. 4 stars
    not genuine ww11
  5. 5 stars
    Best of its type I's type I've seen..
  6. 1 stars
    This compass is dated 1968. This was a complete lie on your part. You haven't bothered to correct it on your web site. I can buy a real one on ebay for $30. How do you sleep at night? Who said this was a WW2 compass? When was WW2 fought in 1968.
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