Big and Small: Remingten binoculars

Remington Arms Co. trademarked and licensed the “Remington” brand to be used on many types of outdoor goods, including binoculars. There were exportrt binoculars knock offs of that brand by importers, including these “ Remingten ” binoculars and also “Remingto” binoculars. My smaller 9x21 Remingten binoculars were assembled by JB69/ Akebono Optical Co., Ltd. (Akebono Kōgyō Seisakujo) ( 曙光学工業 ) of Japan, with frame by JE50/ Tanaka Koki Seisakujo. Inc., of Japan. My larger 7x35 Remingten binoculars were assembled by JB65/ (unidentified entity), with frame/body by JE19/ FujiKogeisha Co. Ltd. Of Japan, with unidentified cross hatch exporter mark. My largest 7x50 Remingten binoculars post date the US occupation period, but predate JB codes, so date 1952 to Nov. 1959. They carry the same unidentified cross hatch IMO exporter mark.

 

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Man observing with binoculars.
Mann beobachtet mit einem fernglas.
Homme observant avec des jumelles.
Hombre observando con binoculares.
Man observerar med kikare.
L'uomo osserva con il binocolo.
Man using binoculars.
Mann mit fernglas.
Homme utilisant de jumelles.
Hombre udando binoculares.
Man som anvander kikare.
Uoma che usa il binocolo.
Man met verrekijker.
Man som bruker kikkert.
Mezcyzna uzywajacy lornetki.
Muz pouzivajici dalekohled.
Mand ved hjaelp af kikkert.
Tavcsovet hasznalo ember.
Man looking through binoculars.
Mann schaut durch ein fernglas.
Homme regardant a travers de jumelles.
Hombre mirando a traves de binoculares.
Man som tittar genom kikare.
L'uoma che guarda attraverso il binocolo.
Man using binoculars.
Mann mit fernglas.
Homme utilisant de jumelles.
Hombre usando binoculars.
Man som anvander kikare.
Uomo che usa il binocolo.
Man met verrekijker.
Mezcyzna uzywajacy lornetki.
Muz pouzivajici dalekohled.
Man ved hjaelp af kikkert.
Tavcsovet hasznalo ember. Man observing with binoculars.
Mann beobachtet mit einem fernglas.
Homme observant avec des jumelles.
Hombre observando con binoculares.
Man observerar med kikare.
L'uomo osserva con il binocolo. Cat with binoculars.
Katze mit fernglas.
Chat avec jumelles.
Gato con binoculares.
Katt med kikare.
Gatto con binocolo.

Big and Small: Galaxy binoculars

Big and Small: Linet binoculars

Big and Small: Peerless binoculars

Big and Small: Barska binoculars

Linet binoculars.
Linet jumelles.
Linet fernglas.
Linet binocolo.
Linet binoculares.
linet prismaticos.
Linet kikkert.
Linet verrekijker.
Linet kiikarit.
Linet kikare.
Linet dylbi.
Linet dvogled.
Linet dalekohled.
Linet binoklis.
Linet ziuronai.
Linet lornetka.
Linet binoclu.
linet durbun.
linet ong nhom.

I have never found documentation defining the background of Linet brand use on binoculars. Despite the ® symbol, Tess and Wipo show no relevent trademark registration . But I have also found no easy way to research vintage Japanese registered trademarks in english. My smaller Linet 7x18 binoculars were assembled by JB5/ Meiji Seiko Kogaku Ltd. 明治精工株式会社 of Japan , and they also have the MSC/ Meiji Seiko Co. emblem. My larger Linet 16X50 binoculars were assembled by JB113/ Ito Kogaku Kikai Seisiakujo. Inc. of Japan.

Peerless binoculars.
Peerless jumelles.
Peerless fernglas.
Peerless binocolo.
Peerless binoculares.
Peerless prismaticos.
Peerless kikkert.
Peerless verrekijker.
Peerless kiikarit.
Peerless kikare.
Peerrless dylbi.
Peerless dvogled.
Peerless binoklis.
Peerless ziuronai.
Peerless lornetka.
Peerless binoclu.
Peerless durbun.
Peerless Ong Nhom.l

Peerless was a U.S. and Canadian registered trademarked binoculars brand of Peerless Telerad Inc. (Peerless Camera) of the USA. My smaller 6x15 Peerless binoculars post date the US occupation period, but predate JB codes, so date 1952-Nov. 1959. They are marked as assembled by AKC /Akebono Kogako Co./ 曙光学工業 of Japan . My larger Peerless 7X50 binoculars were assembled by JB17/ Otake Kogaku Kogyo Co. Ltd., and the frame/body were m . ade by JE12/ Orora Kogaku Co. Ltd./ Aurora Kogaku Co. Ltd.of Japan.

Galaxy binoculars.
Galaxy jumelles.
Galaxy fernglas.
Galaxy binocolo.
Galaxy binoculares.
Galaxy prismaticos.
Galaxt kikkert.
Galaxy verrekijker.
Galaxy kiikarit.
Galaxy kikare.
Galaxy dylbi.
Galaxy dvogled.
Galaxy dalekohled.
Galaxy binoklis.
Galaxy ziuronai.
Galaxy lornetka.
Galaxy lornetka.
Galaxy binoclu.
Galaxy durbun.
Galaxy ong nhom.

I have never found documentation defining the background of Galaxy brand use on binoculars. Despite the ® symbol. Tess and Wipo show no relevent trademark registration .

(unable to search early Japan based trademarks).But my larger binoculars included named exclusive importer documentation. My smaller Galaxy 7x18 binoculars were assembled by JB 001/ /Toa Optical Co., Ltd. (Toa Kōgaku Kōgyō Kabushiki-geisha )( 東亜光学株式会社 of Japan . . My larger Galaxy 7x35 binoculars were assembled by JB174/ Chitose Kogaku Co. Ltd. Of Japan and the frame/body were made by JE40 Mutsu Koki Inc. of Japan.

Barska is a U.S. trademarked brand of Micro World Corp for binoculars with first U.S’ use listed as 1994. The box for my smaller Barska 8x21 binoculars is Chinese manufacture and has a 2010 box marked copyright. Though not marked, I assume that my larger 10x50 binoculars are also Chinese.

Barska binoculars.
Barska jumelles.
Barska fernglas.
Barska binocolo.
Barska binoculares.
Barska prismaticos.
Barska kikkert.
Barska kikare.
Barska dylbi.
Barska dvogled.
Barska dalekohled.
Barska binoklis.
Barska ziuronai.
Barska lornetka.
Barska binoclu.
barska durbun.
Barska ong nhom.

Big and Small: Comet NK binoculars

I have never found documentation defining the background of Comet brand use on binoculars (such as trade marks). In usage, Comet appears as a model line on many TOA marked and manufactured miniature binoculars, and one Aloma branded Akebono manufactured miniature binocular. My smaller 6x15 Comet NK binoculars post date the US occupation period, but predate JB codes, so date 1952 to Nov. 1959. My larger 8x30 Comet NK binoculars post date the US occupation period, but predate JB codes, so date 1952 to Nov. 1959. NK is not Nippon Kogaku, but is unknown.

Big and Small: Patrician Deluxe binoculars

Big and Small: Hansa binoculars

Hansa was a U.S. trademarked and UK trademarked optical goods brand of Omiya Shoji  Kabushiki Kaisha/ Omiya Photo Supply Co. Ltd of Japan. My smaller 6x15 Hansa