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Microscope is made of solid black brass measures 31 cm. Creation date unknown. Case is made of wood measures 41 x 26 x 21 cm. All. Including the microscope ... moreand the parts inside the box weighs about 21 kg. It also has oil to clean the crystals, some objectives have the instruction manual. The box has two brackets to put the objectives, but has only one. Delivery will be made 48h after item payment. It will arrive depending the post office schedule and custom office. If after seven days of purchasing the item. Payment is not effected, the sale will be canceled and the item will be offered for sale.
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A antique 1800s brass Gem Microscope pocket specimen dichroscope prospect instrument. Containing a prism designed to view transparent Gem material. Thin ... moreinstrument has a wonderful original lacquered brass finish in excellent condition. Clean clear glass lens. No cracks, chips or scratches. No dents, cracks, nicks or wear to the brass. Smooth snug working and focuses nicely. A nice example. 2 1/8" long x 1 1/16" diameter. Extends to 3" Please e-mail with questions. Thanks
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A nice Bausch and Lomb microscope with wooden case. Condition is only fair. As there is a good bit of tarnishing and some pitting on the brass components. ... moreThe iron parts(small screws) and door lock key do have surface rust on them. Case has a few paint splatters on it. See image 10. There are two(2) eyepieces. Approximately 14" when extended and 12" when retracted. Wood carry case is 6 1/2" x 8" x 14" Box and scope for shipping will weigh approx. 16 lbs. Key works to lock case. Serial no. is: 82039 This will clean up and look nice as a display piece. Thank you for looking.
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This is a vintage. 1950s, Bausch& Lomb 10X Objective microscope with 4 lenses-3.5x, 10x, 43x, 97x. It has a detachable light source, which works. ... moreIt was made in Rochester, NY by the Bausch& Lomb Optical Company. Its serial number is B8462. This microscope is in good condition. Although the eye piece has bits of paint scratched from the very top.
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ANTIQUE BAUSCH AND LOMB MICROSCOPE BRASS 3 LENSES ROTATES-PIVITS-MEASURES marked BAUSCH& LOMB ROCHESTER NY USA OCT13 1925 medical school microscope ... moreFair to Good condition Two sided mirror optics still function properly. mechanics are very sound with no loose parts. 12-14 inches tall extended Some parts are brass painted black. Would make a fantastic restoration projec t. Wooden case Please ask questions before bidding or buying. Pay Pal payments only. Payments should be made within 7 days Please I describe all of my items to the Best of My Ability and Take Actual Photos! But Occasionally I do miss something. If there is a problem please email me and I will do all I can to make it right. If the Item is Not Exactly What you Wanted the item can be returned for a Full Refund Minus Original Shipping& Handling. THANK YOU FOR LOOKING!
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Antique microscope has triple turret and the original wooden case. Nice vintage 1920 piece for display. What you see is what you get. Optics are clear ... moreand it still works amazingly well.
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Please read ALL of the text and view the pictures carefully. We will gladly answer any questions as best we can. Please ask questions before you bid or ... morebuy. Please scroll to the bottom of the pictures and read the terms under our last picture. I am far from an expert on these but will do my best to describe it for you. Questions encouraged.I do not see any cracked lenses and the mirror is not cracked on either side. All lenses are clear but one has a hair or something inside of it which I think you can see in the pictures. All of the knobs work smoothly. The paint is worn where you would place the slide and it looks rusty but it may be the base coat of paint as the finish is nice and smooth. It comes with the extra lenses as shown. I have taken close ups of any numbers or markings I could find. The numbers on the top of the microscope which I assume are the serial numbers are 241681. The black paint is scuffed on the bottom of the back of the base and it could use some polishing/cleaning in my opinion. The wooden finger jointed case is in nice shape with just a scuff on the one side and the original nickel handle remains on the top. The door has a lock but I do not have the key. Have a look at the pictures and please feel free to ask questions. Thank you for viewing. We have many other listings so please click the link to view them. The following are the terms and conditions of this listing. By placing a bid or using the buy it now option. You are agreeing to these terms. USA bidders only please. Shipping via USPS only unless otherwise specified in the listing. Shipped to your paypal address only. No exceptions. A handling fee may apply for select items to cover the the cost of packing materials. We recycle boxes and newspapers however we buy our bubble wrap, foam and tape. We pack well and do not just throw it in a box. If we say an item is perfect, it is. This means it has no damage. Damage is NOT a factory flaw such as straw marks in glass or imperfections in castings. Most of our items are old an
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Spencer Brass antique Microscope. Buffalo NY. Instrument is in excellent+ condition Beautiful brass and near perfect paint Smooth focus Clean optics Spencer ... moreobjectives: 4mm. 16mm, 1.8mm Homogene Imm. 10x Ocular Nice wood case included Original working light source included- Why buy from me? the average camera or lens has many problems simply because of its age. It has been sitting in a closet for years and needs maintenance. I have bought many cameras and lenses on ebay and most need work. Most have sticking shutters that need to be CLA'd. Oil on aperture blades. Mold, too many issues to list. I would say 80% of the items I ordered needed service. I can identify and fix the problems before they reach you. for more great items! AUCTION TERMS You have to pay with paypal.com in order to end this auction. You can use funds at your paypal account or use a credit card. The system will walk you through an easy procedure. If you have problems let me know and I will help you. It will ask you for your address and that is where the item will be shipped. Do not ask for me to ship to a different address(fraud protection) We ship fast- sometimes same day. Virtualmerch would like to earn five stars from you! Item as described: We do our best to describe it accurately Communication: We try and answer emails immediately Shipping time: Generally the next or same day. And always use tracking Shipping and handling charges: You pay what we pay. Shipping rates are listed near the top of the page. Txzj pxzj30467 txzj19
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Antique/Vintage SPENCER Lens Co. Microscope BRASS LENSES& Hardware. 13" tall! Plz see pics! RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fv%7F.rpn37%3E-13d40e2a83b-0xfe-
Four microscope slides of a set. Ornamented Victorian papers on front, back& sides. An unusual size, each measures 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches(13 x 64 mm) For information on early microscopy. Visit and Please see our other microscopy items. Multiple purchases save on shipping. Postage price includes insurance.
Auction Wizard 2000 Listing Template- AW2KLOT#5986 WELCOME TO MY AUCTIONS Antique Carl Reichert Wien Brass Scientific Microscope 18298 w/ cover Up for sale is a very nice antique C. Reichert Wien/ Carl Reichert Wien Scientific Microscope. Carl Reichert married into the Leitz family in 1874 and began manufacturing in Vienna(Austria) two years later. This. And the fact that he had some of the Leitz technicians working for him, explains why his instruments are so similar in design to those of Leitz. The firm was known for high quality instruments well into the 20th century when it was eventually bought out be American Optical in 1962. The antique Carl Reichert Wien Achromatic Microscope is numbered 18298 and dates approx 1900-1905. It has lacquered brass with black enameled iron horseshoe base. The tube has four nosepiece/ objective lens Lens ... morenumbered 18b. 3, 7a(Reichert Wien) 7a(E. Leitz Wetzlar) I don't know anything about microscope therefore I took a lot of pictures to show you the condition. All knobs/ adjustments move freely and it seem to be in real good shape for something that is over 100 years old. Sold as is, no returns. Thanks! Please feel free to bid on the item. I have this account for over 10 years. After many years of not using it. I just start listing my items to take advantage of ebay's free listing promotion. I have additional reference/ feedback available upon request. Thanks! BIDDING TERMS* Please read through all auction terms before placing a bid. If you have any questions. Please contact me before bidding! If you have a legitimate reason to retract a bid per Ebay's guideline. Please do so way before end of the auction. Once the auction is over, all bids are final. All Sales are Final and As is. No return or exchange. So if you have any questions. Please ask before placing a bid. SHIPPING TERMS* There will be a fixed charge of $28.95 to cover shipping. Handling, and insurance for lower 48 states. Please email me for other states. International Shipping Available. Please a
Arachnoidiscus Diatom from Sendai Japan Microscope Slide by K. D. Kemp Ringed mount of Arachnoidiscus spp. diatom from Sendai. Japan by K. D. Kemp. Dated July, 2002. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Antique Winkel Zeiss Gottingen microscope focusing mechanism is in working condition. 100% original. Pictures show actual item. Shipping. Item will be carefully packed and send via Registered Air mail(Ukrposhta) International delivery&handling will be shipped within 1-2 days after the payment is received(approximately time of delivery 10-18 business days)You will receive your tracking number immediately after shipping. Ships to WORLDWIDE. I ship item to your Paypal address. Please confirm your address before bid item, if you want to change address, please note in your payment. Country Approx.delivery time United States. Canada 10-18 business days Europe 7-15 business days Australia. New Zealand, Hong Kong, China 15-30 business days Payment I accept Visa/MasterCards/EuroCards via PayPal. Please complete payment within 7 days. Return policy ... moreis simple- if you are not satisfied with item. Please, send it back. As soon as it is received, you will be fully refunded including the shipping fee to your country. Please email me if you: have any questions. Would like additional pictures or more information. Thank you for looking n6gonr.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d72f%2B26rk%3En6gonr-13d427a2021-0xf3-
Early Brass Moritz Pillischer Microscope London No 315 with case and accessories Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Description: Early Brass Moritz Pillischer Microscope London No 315 with case and accessories What a wonderful vintage microscope Scientific Instrement made by Moritz Pillischer of London. It is numbered 315 which makes it very early circa 1858. It comes with the original Mohegany Case and brass handle. It has a key and functioning lock. The Microscope is Laquared brass with 2 accessories incased and marked 1" and 1/4" The"Y" foot is engraved in fancy script M. Pillischer London. It comes apart and fits nicely into the case. I am not an expert on this but ... moreit appears to be working and all knobs function. This is an outstanding find for your collection. Size: The scope is approx 14" tall. the case is 8" tall and 6" by 6" Condition: The brass has very little imperfections but there is some. The mirror on both sides are scratched or have loss of the mirror finish. The tube has a small dent see the picture. The case has a split in the wood in the back. Otherwise this 150 plus year old insrument is in excellent working condition. We are" MOORE STUFF ANTIQUES" specializing in buying. Selling, and helping people sell quality antiques. We sell and ship worldwide. See our return guaranteed policy. We are members of the United Federation of Doll Clubs and the R.S. Prussia Association Inc. With 100% positive feedback on E-bay and over 4300 satisfied customers. You can deal with Moore Stuff with confidence. If you have any questions that can't be answered in time via EBay Messages, feel free to call us 316-210-7628. Check out my EBay store and EBay listings for additional treasures. Good luck and thanks for shopping MOORE STUFF. Shipping: Shipping fees: see calculator service. I only charge my actual shipping
Manufactured in 1922. Very hard to come by. Beautifully restored. I have never seen a restored refractometer. Original rubber hose and cork. Will be double boxed and fully insured. Posted with
I am pleased to offer you this Vintage 1960's Spencer 152786 Buffalo U.S.A. Microscope With Electric Backlight(works) and Wooden Case. And many extra Accessories including Lenses, Filter, and Tools. Includes 4 MM. 16 MM, 1.8 MM, and 2 other Lenses and Tools of which I do not know the names. Microscope is in Excellent Condition. Please Note: The Electric Light Attachment has a short in the wiring at where the wire meets the plug. Minor problem that may require slight repositioning of wire at the plug. Previous Owner was a St. Louis Eye Doctor Specialist. If you have any questions, do not hesitate in asking. I'll do my best to get you accurate information. Thank you, and good luck! Many Times We Can Offer FREE U.S. Shipping But If We Can't. We Combine Shipping To $ave You Money On Multiple Orders! Refer to the photographs. This ... moreitem makes for a nice conversation piece and addition to any collection. All questions are answered. Any helpful information will be very much appreciated. Thank you and good luck! On thE Bay under the names sharpiesharp. Sharpiesharp* and sharpiesharp* Copyright ©1992-2012 MB-Imag es. All Rights Reserved. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Vintage SPI Microscope& Wood Case/Cabinet& All Contents! Very Unique! All the items going up for auction came from Estate Sales. Yard Sales, or Auctions. Most. I do not know their history, but will share my impressions with you when it seems appropriate. All must be assumed used, and not p erfect. Some might could use a cleaning. Or adjustments, but I will leave that part for you. For your consideration is this very neat vintage SPI Microscope Model 1835 encased in its own seven drawer wood cabinet. Starting with the cabinet. Made with finger joints, steel carrying handle, a microscope compartment, and seven drawers. The cabinet is well made and surprisingly clean for its age. Contents; About 20 Glass Slides, 6 Prepared Slides(Japan) 2 Spare Bulbs, Glass Eyedropper, Sealed Case of Slide Holders, additional slide attachment, 10x Lens, ... more20x Lens, Knife, Tweezers, Paddle Instrument, Needle Instrument, 110V Power Supply, Three Wax Sealed Prepared Liquids(Japan) I know nothing about them, but it appears to be a real nice microscope. All seem quite exceptional to me with the following exceptions. One of the prepared liquids has hardened, the power supply jack seems a bit of a loose fit, the shape of the battery holders seems a bit odd and I did not have matching batteries on hand to test the light. M easures about 15" Wide x 10.75" High x 8" Deep. S hipping includes Delivery Confirmation. Please look the pictures over carefully. As what is acceptable for me, may not work for you. When it comes down to it, the photos are the best and final description. Should you like more, just email me. My goal is for you to be happy with this item. I do combine multiple purchases whenever I can to help you save on the shipping. All winning bids are to be paid within five days unless other arrangements have been made with me prior to the end of the auction. Please note that several factors have combined to cause the increase in cost in shipping that goes beyond packing materials and gas. USPS have increased their
1920 slide of radium to see scintillations in dark Posted with
B UY M Y W ORD Bid with Confidence! Check my feedback. By placing a bid you are signifying that you will abide by the terms and conditions noted below. Email me if you have any questions. Thank you for viewing and Good Luck! Antique Scientific& Medical- Microscope Antique Bausch& Lomb Binocular Microscope Patent Jan. 5. 1915; Serial No. 160026 Nice Condition! ~ CLICK ON THE PHOTOS TO VIEW LARGER IMAGES ~ DESCRIPTION: Offered for your purchase consideration is this antique Bausch& Lomb Binocular Microscope. Patented Jan. 5. 1915. Serial number 160026. Has 3 different lens: Everything moves smoothly. Missing its glass light reflector on the bottom. SIZE: Overall. Measures 7” x 5-½” x 12” CONDITION: In nice condition. See above photos. NOTES: The amount of information that I know about these instruments can fit on a pin head. ... moreI do not have a slide. Or spare light reflector to know if it works. All knobs turn smoothly and seem to move the corresponding components accordingly. As this item is very heavy, please wait until I send you an invoice before paying. I may be able to save some on the shipping. Check out my other microscope. Thank you. BEFORE BIDDING: Please review and make sure you agree to the terms below. If you have any questions regarding this listing. The cost of shipping, or my terms, please contact me before you bid. Not after. TERMS AND CONDITIONS GENERAL TERMS: Qualifying Bidders: In general. Everyone is welcomed to bid on my item listings, however, if you have under 10 positive feedback, your feedback rating is less than 100% or you have any unpaid buyer’s strikes against you, you must receive permission from me before bidding. I reserve the right not to sell to any bidder who is in default of this condition. Destinations: Unless stated otherwise. I only ship to destinations within the continental United States. Buyers must live in Countries that I agree to ship to. Items will only be shipped to buyers directly, no third party involvement! Accessibility: If access to this listing is
Bramble Brand Fungus etc. Fr Trans Sect Clematis Oak etc Helianthus Mollis. U.S.A. Lavatera etc from Greece Stellate Hairs Quercus Ilex. initialled JB ALL intact of their glass Cover Slips and Specimens!
This Vintage Bausch& Lomb Microscope has been sitting in my closet for a number of years and I'm finally ready to find it a good home. The microscope and the wooden box it lives in are in very good condition. It comes with 3 extra lenses that are stored in 2 wooden trays that slide into the top of the box. It seems to be in good working condition also. The whitish residue in photo#5 is just dust. Shipping will be $25 I ship to the lower 48 states only
German Binocular- Monocular Microscope Made by E. Leitz Wetlzar in 1948. In Perfect Condition Great German microscope made by E. Leitz Wetzlar in the middle of the 20th century(1948) In perfect condition and working order. This scientific instrument is quite peculiar as it can be used in two ways, monocular and binocular. Both options can be chosen just changing the eyepiece. The item comes in its original mahogany wood case and keeps all its accessories: eyepieces, objectives and wooden stands designed to store all the pieces in good order. E. Leitz Wetlzar is a classical and prestigious firm in the field of optical devices. The company started in 1849 when Karl Kellner founded the Optical Institute in Wetzlar. Germany. In the beginning the original emphasis was on telescopes, but soon microscopes started to be the main product. In 1865 ... moreKellner hired a very capable engineer, Ernst Leitz, who soon became a partner and in only four years took over the company and renamed it Optical Institute of Ernst Leitz, Wetlzar. The firm has been a leader in the field on optical instruments and components for decades, and among other designs it was the producer of famous Leica photographic cameras. This microscope is made of black-lacquered iron. In very good conditions. The objectives, eyepieces and mobile parts are made of silvery metal. All the components are well preserved and work fluidly, letting the user view the samples correctly. The mahogany case boasts nice dovetail joints, delicate and solid. Inside the door, two metal plates hold the instruction leaflet and a foil with information about the microscope: serial number(381717) magnification data and manufacturing date(November 16th, 1948) This microscope’s good condition and particular design. Together with its excellent working order, turn it into a classical piece worthy of the best collection of scientific instruments from the 20th century. Measurements: Width: 130 mm. Height: 380 mm. I think I left nothing in the description but if I forgot something. I'l
Antique microscope slide. Foot of Brazilian Spider. W Watson#13 Please see my other lots for more microscope slides. Size. 3 by 1 1'16 inches. Condition. Very good. Fixed postage and packing costs. Signed for and insured. UK £4 Overseas £8
Ten mounts of various species of diatoms from various locations microscope slides by Herbert Potter. Birmingham, England. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Description- 5 Victorian Paper-Wrapped Microscope Slides Virginia Tobacco Seeds Spores of a Fern Love Lies Bleeding Seeds Snap Dragon Seeds Pollen of Hollyhock Condition- The slides are in very good overall condition. A chance to acquire a nice set of paper-wrapped slides. Payment- We accept Visa/MasterCard directly as well as paypal. Sales Tax- California residents add 7.75% sales tax or send a resale card. Listing created with from Black Magik Software.
Arachnoidiscus Diatoms from Oamaru Microscope Slide by K. D. Kemp Ringed mount of Arachnoidiscus spp. diatoms from Oamaru. New Zealand, by K. D. Kemp. Dated July, 2002. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Arachnoidiscus Diatom from Hungary Microscope Slide by K. D. Kemp Ringed mount of Arachnoidiscus spp. diatom from Hungary by K. D. Kemp. Dated July. 2002. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Up for auction a vintage Ernst Leitz microscope made in Wetzlar. Germany. Microscope comes with a custom made Case. Three Ernst Leitz original Lenses 100x, 45x, 10x and three Leitz canisters. Condition of microscope is very good and the quality on the optics outstanding- from a top notch microscope manufacturer. The original carrying c ase is intact- has a couple of cracks in the top lid- and some minor scuff marks. Should microscope not be as described- then the 14 days return policy applies. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Antique Microscope Slides of Whole Insects by Norman etc, Click to View Image Album A fine group. With preparations by Richard Hancock, Norman, Darlaston and Watson. Payment, I accept the following forms of payment: PayPal FREE scheduling. Supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager. Make your listings stand out with FREE Vendio custom templates! FREE scheduling. Supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager.
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An old college science lab microscope made by Reichert of Austria. Missing th mirror and one objective lense. Posted with
Spencer Lens Co. monocular microscope with serial#73702 suggesting it was made in early 1921. Has original box(no key for lock) and 3 lens with canisters. In very good condition with the exception of wear and scratching to the box and some minor paint loss on the microscope base as shown. 14" 6.5" x 4" 7.6 lbs. Purchased from the estate of a retired Navy physician who had inherited it from his physician father.
An antique brass Bausch and Lomb brass microscope made in Rochester.NY. A very nice piece. Message me for more pics. It's missing some parts. Posted with
Welcome to Antiques& Moore! THIS LISTING IS FOR A NICE CAST IRON& BRASS MICROSCOPE IN ITS ORIGINAL WOODEN BOX. MICROSCOPE MADE BY SPENCER OF NEW YORK. COMES WITH SEVERAL LENSES AND VIALS AND ORIGINAL WOODEN CASE WI TH LOCKING MECHANISM AND KEY. MOVEMENT IS GOOD WITH ALL MOVEMENTS WORKING EASILY. PLEASE SEE ALL PICTURES FOR CONDITION AND FEEL FREE TO INQUIRE. THE CASE MEASURES 14" HIGH. 8" WIDE AND 7 1/4" DEEP. HAS DOVETAILING IN CONSTRUCTION ALTHOUGH DOES HAVE SEVERAL SCRATCHES IN THE FINISH. WEIGHS 16.5 LBS. We are happy to ship Internationally. However, please be aware that we as sellers can not be responsible for any random Customs inspections or charges incurred with this purchase. We at Antiques& Moore have been in the Antiques business for over 30 years and try to describe our items as accurately as possible. ... moreAlthough all sales are considered final. If there is an error in our description or a problem with our item, we will issue a full refund of the purchase price if contacted within 3 days after receipt of the item, however, please note that we cannot refund shipping charges. We are happy to answer any questions and always appreciate your business!
Antique Henry Crouch Microscope Model 4168 London James W Queen& Co Philadelphia Brass and Metal Here is an old microscope for your consideration. Recently picked it up at an auction. This piece is probably from the 1860s to late 1880s. The microscope was made by Henry Crouch of London and then distributed in the US by James W. Queen& Co. of Philadelphia. PA. The screw to adjust the focus still works and moves freely. The brass and metal certainly show wear and corrosion. However. No major pitting, dings, or dents, so perfect for those of you out there that restore them to their former glory. The tabs to hold the glass slide are still on it. Mirror in the bottom piece is there, but has some damage to the bottom side, not cracked but what happens to mirrors when they lose their back plating over time. Appears you can see a ring of ... morethe bras piece the mirror sets in. Obviously the scope has become detached from the base. Appears that it was probably some sort of solder or glue connection. So no major issue to correct there. The glass is still in both ends of the scope and I see no blistering or cracking of the lenses. Certainly are scratched. The scope body extends freely as well and can be seen in both positions in the pics. The case is certainly not an original case for this piece. Just something someone put it in to protect it at some point. It is 12.5" long, by 7.25" tall, by 6.25" wide. Some information on James W. Cropuch from the Antique Artifacts site(different font) Queen. Born in 1813, began working for the McAllister Brothers, in Philadelphia, as a boy, around 1825. From 1836 to 1852 he was a partner in the McAllister business, leaving finally to start his own company to sell optical instruments. While Queen& Co. sold a great variety of microscopes by other makers, their catalogs and other literature emphatically suggested that they also made microscopes. I have a Queen's"Large Family Microscope" unsigned, but unmistakably illustrated in their catalog of the early
Antique Drum-style field microscope. 6" high. Comes with original box. Lid is broken. Scope is missing knob to turn reflecting mirror. Eyepiece and objective disassembles easily. Includes 8 ivory slides, one of which is broken. Tube focus works fine. Slides are of plant material.
DEMAXGO-MARITIME items Ahtique colection Microscope Ernst Leitz Wetziar Microscope Ernst Leitz Wetziar.348484. It is made in Germany. tool height 31 cm We send all parcels. Only after receiving money. Sending a parcel is two ways: Usually AIR MAIL- takes 17-24 days. EXPRESS MAIL SERVICE- takes 5-10 days. After sending a parcel- you get Parcel Trace Number Shipping item to WORLDWIDE. Buyer pays for delivery of goods. PAYPAL BANK TRANSFER(IBAN) in EUROPE bank(USD. EURO) OTHER PAYMENTS! ONLY AFTER PRIOR AGREEMENTS! We can accept other way of payment COUNTRY Air Mail Express Mail EUROPE- USD 85 USD USA- USD 99 USD ASIA- USD 119 USD AUSTRALIA- USD 129 USD COMBINED SHIPPING NOTE: If you are bidding on another DEMAX GO auction. And would like to qualify for our combined shipping discount, you must wait until all auctions have ended to check out. ... morePlease do not, however, wait more than 20 days to pay for any order, as this will result in your order being canceled and your item being relisted. Please attentively get acquainted with description. Photography, methods of the payment and shipping. Only after this put your bid! We take the claim from buyers in current 10 days following reception of the parcel. If item came with breakage. You may return item for repair back. We shall repair and send the item back for itself money. If item not possible to repair. We shall return the money without shipping costs! after reception of item. Put your bid- You accept our RETURN POLICY! © 2006 DEMAXGO Please feel free to e-mail us before bidding! Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Works flawlessly! Worked on it for days to clean and adjust every moving part.Eveything moves freely and smoothly no.No hard to move parts.No binding and sticking. Beautifully oiled machine.Takes about 50hrs to do. When you put your eyes on the binocular and see that bright extra clear image for the first time. It takes your breath away. Read my feedback on how people are delighted with my unique microscopes. Actually, I think they're stunned at is beauty! You will be too.I recommend holding on to a sturdy piece of furniture near a soft couch while opening the package in case you faint. This one has evey bell and whistle. I have included actual images of a specimen seen through this instrument. Makes a great gift for a graduate or the medical professional in your life.I'm positive they dont already have one of these. I will double ... moreand sometimes triple box it and insure it. I WORK JUST AS HARD PACKAGING IT AS I DO MAKING THE MICROSCOPE WORK PERFECTLY.EXCESSIVE AMOUNTS OF BUBBLE WRAP AND CARDBOARD.Your investment will be safe.
ANTIQUE MICROSCOPE SLID E BY FLATTERS& GARNETT. HUMAN SCALP. HAIR INSERTION SEBACEOUS GLANDS. SEE IMAGES FOR CONDITIO N. E XCEL LEN T. NEAR TO MINT. I AM LISTING MORE ANTIQUE MICROSCOPE SLIDES OF VARYING SUBJECT MATTER OVER THE NEXT FEW MONTHS. AS BEFORE. I ONLY CHARGE POSTAGE FOR THE 1ST SLIDE PURCHASED, ANY OTHER SLIDES WON WILL BE POSTED FREE. PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU WIN A SLIDE BUT WISH TO BID ON OTHERS STILL LISTED, JUST SO I KNOW NOT TO INVOICE YOU UNTIL ALL LISTINGS HAVE ENDED. I`M AFRAID I NOW HAVE TO INSIST ON PURCHASES OVER £ 50.00 BEING SENT SPECIAL DELIVERY(U.K) OR INTERNATIONAL SIGNED FOR(NON U.K) AT A HIGHER POSTAGE RATE. POSTAGE COMBINED. OF COURSE BEING SOLD AS ALWAYS WITH NO RESERVE AND A £0.99 START PRICE. PLEASE CONTACT ME WELL BEFORE THE END OF THE AUCTION IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.
This is a vintage mid century modernist microscope with great art deco appeal. It is signed Graf Apsco and has a Miller Dwan Hospital Clinical Engineering sticker on it.It looks very nice with minor wear. I am not sure how it works. I bought it because I was impressed with its modernist sculptural look. Great display.
Hensold Tami in good condition.
VOIGTLAENDER/ VOIGTLANDER BRAUNSCHWEIG ZEISS MICROSCOPE SET.Belongs in a museum. Do a search for ended listings for VOIGTLAENDER/ VOIGTLANDER BRAUNSCHWEIG camera lenses. A simple small camera lens by Voightlander sells for 1875.00. 1500.00.etc. I have never seen a surviving microscope by Voightlander. An amazing find. Its very large. I have shown a standard microscope next to this one for size comparison.standard microscope not included) Case is huge too. I have shown a standard case next to this one too.standard case not included) 4 objective lenses.4 eyepieces. 4 lens cases.4 solid mahogany lens trays.Solid mahogany dovetailed case.Bookmatched door.The book matching is when the split the wood into 4 pieces from the same chunk and open it up like a book.Usually found in verneer form on french furniture.This is not veneer.Solid all the way ... morethrough! Rotating stage.Removable stage.solid brass and bronze.Original Voitlander key with a"V" cast into it. Everything moves freely.all dried grease removed and replaced with oil.VOIGTLANDER BRAUNSCHWEIG ZEISS known for their incredible high quality lenses. Handling cost includes insurance. US Post office does not offer enough insurance for international packages. Therefore, I cannot ship it overseas. If any international buyer can find a carrier with enough insurance, I can ship it. FedEx I believe can insure internationall but they charge 800.00+ dollars to ship and insure.Weighs double of a standard microscope.Awopping 30lbs! With packaging,it will be in the 40-45lb range.There are many photos below.Please allow them to load. Brief history: Johann Friedrich Voigtländer microscopes built already in 1756 as a mechanic and optical artists in Vienna. The company voigtlander made a name but primarily through the production of cameras with high-quality optics, long-distance and stalls, as well as glasses. in 1840 the first computed portrait lens developed Peter Wilhelm Friedrich von Voigtländer in collaboration with the mathematician Josef Petzval(1807-1891)
Offered at auction is an antique microscope slide demonstrating diatoms from St. Peter. Hungary. The slide proper is in good condition. Lacking any chips or breaks. To my eye, there has been deterioration of the mounting material, and many of the diatoms are fragmented, but in place. There is no reserve. But an opening bid. I am able to accept payment only through PayPal, and payment is anticipated within seven calender days. I sell only to the United States, and ship only to the address of the actual buyer. I am always pleased to combine postage. If you wish to learn more about antique microscope slides. You might enjoy and.
Shown as fig. 267 in Billings Microscope Collection 2nd ed. Ernst Leitz. Wetzlar Germany. Compound stereo binocular. Ca 1895. Aluminum alloy base with baked on black enamel finish. Horseshoe base of this biobjective instrument is 4.8" x 4.3" The 3.3" high pillar has a fitting at the front for the 4.8" x 3.5" swivelling plane mirror.The 5.5" x 4.4" stage plate. Incurved at the back, has a 4 inch square glass plate that slides into grooves. It has a handle- type limb 4" long. The limb is removable from the base via a twist-off connection The binocular tubes are adjustable and have a rack and pinion course adjustment. The tube assembly fits to the limb through a jibbed connection. When closed it is 13" high and is signed: E. Leitz, Westlar, Germany' This type of microscope was invented about 1895 ... moreby Greenough, an American living in Paris' The binocular head and optics fit in an original case which in turn fits into the finely crafted custom fitted case. The main case is mahogany,10" wide x 7.7" deep x 10.5" high with brass bail, lock and key. The fitted, light finished birch( accessory box is 8.8" wide x 6" deep x 4.3" high and contains the binocular head, 3 sets of matched oculars marked: a5, a10 and a15. The stand and optics are in good+ condition. Accessories also include 2 brass forceps and a pair of removable hand rests when stand is used as a dissecting microscope. A rare stereo binocular dissecting microscope with features ahead of its time.Inquiries welcome.
The microscope is in good working condition. Though some cleaning of lenses could be neccesary I am leaving that to any new owner. Key and lock works fine. Matching numbers on box and accesory box even on the original purhase dokument. So in all it is a microscope well worth collecting. I am located in Sweden and will ship worldwide. Prices for shipment will of course wary depending.Example to USA is $98.
Up for auction is an Antique Bausch& Lomb Optical Microscope Pat. Jan. 5 1915. NY USA. This scope is in excellent condition for being almost 100 years old. Some of the black paint has rubbed off in spots. See pictures. Microscope has 3 optics. 1.9 mm, 1.6 mm, 4mm It is cast black and brass. The top eye piece says, 136478 It also come with a frosted glass stopper bottle. Not sure what liquid it held. Please see pictures and ask all questions you have. There is $3.00 added to shipping for extra box and foam peanuts to make sure it arrives safe. Thanks for looking.
I am offering a wonderful antique Bausch& Lomb microscope complete with case and additional oculars and objectives. The microscope is made of black metal and brass. A number 180510 is stamped on top where the ocular goes in. The microscope has four leveling screws as legs. There is a side piece for illuminating a specimen from above which is used for metallurgical work. It has the following oculars: 5X. 6.4X, 10X, 7.5X It has the following objectives: 165 mm TL 8 mm 0.50 16 mm 0.25 165 mm TL 1.9 mm 1.25 oil Imm 165 mm TL 4 mm 0.85 There is a 5th one with no numbers or identification The first four objectives listed are labeled BAUSCH& LOMB OPT.CO. Both coarse and fine adjustments work well. There is some light corrosion on knobs for coarse adjustment. The stage also has wear. I did not attempt to remove either as this could be interpreted ... moreas"patina" and normal for age. The wood case is in good shape for its age with sliding holder for both oculars and objectives. It does. However, not come with a key. Will ship insured and shipping charges are estimated. Will refund any significant overcharge.
Vintage E. Leitz Wetzler Perhaps this is a Portable Brass microscope
BRASS POCKET INSECT MAGNIFIER MICROSCOPE 2" TALL BRASS MICROSCOPE. WITH SLIDE MAGNIFIER, ALL IN GOOD CONDITION. WINNING BIDDER(INSIDE USA) PLEASE ADD $3.00 FOR FIRST CLASS POSTAGE. OUTSIDE USA I WILL NEGOTIATE THESE CHARGES.
This rarely seen antique dissecting microscope is by Spencer and dates to the 1800's. Charles A. Spencer is known as America's first microscope maker. The microscope is marked: Spencer Buffalo USA. The microscope has a cast iron stand. It is in fair condition. The knobs on the sides move the lens but are very stiff and probably need some oiling. The bottom has the reflecting mirror and there is a thick. Beveled glass plate on the top that has some scratches. The arms for holding the glass plate are missing. The lens on the top is marked 10X doublet B&L O Co. U.S.A. The microscope measures 7 ½ inches long with the eye piece fully extended and it is 3 ½ inches wide and 5 inches deep. This is a fabulous unique microscope for the collector. Thanks for your bid! Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy ... moreand manage your active items.
Superb Specimens yet again by this Professional early Preparer.
ANTIQUE 19thC FRENCH Cased MICROSCOPE- NACHET 17 rue St Severin PARIS Post 1862 Description: You are bidding on a very interesting item. It is an OLD 19thC FRENCH MICROSCOPE complete with ORIGINAL case. It is nicely engraved NACHET 17. Rue S t Severin Paris and N achet again on one of the tubes.The Company did not move to this address until 1862. I am not an exper t on microscopes but this does look ex tremely well made to me and of a very high quality. The condition is very good too retaining most of the original lacquer that is now a wonderful mellow gold colour. I would give the item 7/10. Even the box is well made although the key is missing( the lock has not been forced)it should be possible to replace this. There are marks and scra tches on this commensurate with age and it could do with a p olish. There are 2 other lens(inside the ... morebox numbered 1& 2 and 2 small caps inside the box. I think there is a small box missing from the covered compartment and also a lens that fits on a small bracket. The mirror s are as per the photos. One looks good but the other side looks to have crazed. It retains what ap ears to be the original green felt base. It adjusts up and down smoothly when the knob is rotated. I am not an expert on this type of thing and your comments would be welcomed and added to the listing. It is VERY heavy at around 4kg UNPACKED. The box is approx 11 3/4" X 6 3/4" X 4 3/8ths" It would make a great gift or addition to your collection. PLEASE see the detailed photos that form part of the description and ask any questions that you have BEFORE you bid especially about condition or overseas postage. The UK rate is the 1st one and is the same for EUROPE too. OVERSEAS POSTAGE shown is for AUSTRALIA-please ask for your specific Country. The STATES will be around £60. PLEASE also look at my other listings for similar interesting items. THANKS for looking and good luck if you decide to bid. The item can be collected from 03370 in Central France by prior arrangement. I am willing to co
VTG ANTIQUE BAUSCH& LOMB MICROSCOPE W/ WOOD CASE COVER PLATES LOTS OF EXTRAS We are not experts with microscopes. This microscope is in good condiotion and has many extras along with it. We have attempted zero restoration with this microscope. Please message for more details or pictures. We will do our best to have an answer back in a timely manner. We believe pictures to be part of descripition and worth 1000 words. Thanks for looking at our items! Payment is due within 5 days of the end of sale unless other arrangements have been made. Paypal is the preferred method of payment. Most of our orders are shipped out within 1 day of cleared payment. We will combine shipping and ship international but shipping rates vary country by counrty. We will do our best to give you an accurate estimate of shipping cost upon request. We will not mark ... moreitems as"gifts" when shipping international. Please address any questions or concerns prior to bidding or purchase. Your feedback is very important. We wish to maintain a high level of professionalism and value customer service. Thanks for looking at our items! We are a small operation that believes in a high level of integrity and honesty. We do our best to make sure we accurately detail any flaws or important information you may need in order to make a decision. We are only human and do make mistakes. If you have any problem with your purchase please contact us before leaving negative feedback. Maintaining 100% positive is something we do not want to compromise.
You are bidding on a fine heavy vintage brass Bausch and Lomb microscope having a patent date of 1915. The company began in 1853 in Rochester. New York and became a leading manufacturer of high quality optical equipment. The microscope comes with the following: three objective lenses in 1.9 mm. 4 mm and 16 mm sizes revolving nosepiece two eyepieces: 5X and 10X blue glass disc dark ground stop metal cases for the three objectives 40-page Use and Care booklet by Edward Bausch. With diagrams and instructions original wooden case and case key The case has nice finger joint construction. A heavy duty metal handle, and two sliding removable drawers which hold additional equipment and parts. The microscope measures approximately 12.5 inches tall. 5.5 inches wide and 6.5 inches front to back. The brass knobs and other fittings have a nice patina. ... morePlease note that the reflecting mirror is missing. Replacement mirrors are available on ebay for a nominal amount(about $15.00) Except for the mirror. This microscope is in very nice condition and appears to be in good working order. The black exterior shows a few bumps and scuffs from previous use. The case is sturdy and locks securely. The case measures 15 inches tall by 7 and 1/8 inches wide by 8 inches deep. Please email with questions. Buyer is to pay shipping costs. Domestic shipping is by USPS Parcel Select with insurance and Delivery Confirmation. This is a large and heavy item. And shipping costs reflect the weight and oversized box necessary to safely ship this item. No international shipping is available.
This brass body. Antique microscope is functional but would look great displayed on a shelf. The original case is no longer with it, but that makes it more accessible for you to purchase. Complete set ups go for $600-$900. Get this one now, it is the only one I have.
Ten ringed mounts of various species of diatoms from various locations microscope slides by B. Hartley. Slides dated 1994-1995. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Compound monocular microscope. Circa 1850. English. Brass with fair to good finish. Smooth acting adjustments. Signed in script on back of crowfoot base: John B. Dancer. Optician. Manchester' 14" high closed. Extends to 19.5" Smooth working rack and pinion course adjustment. Fine adjustment by micrometer screw activated lever on base of body tube. Two support pillars. Compass joint with tilting upper section. Rotatable mechanical stage. Longitudinal movement by fusee chain. Screw actuated side movement. 1.8" diameter vertically adjustable universal plano-concave mirrors in good condition. The dark finish fitted mahogany case has a lock and key and a heavy brass bail on top. The case is in good condition. Case dimensions are:15.5 high x 9.5" wide x 8.5" deep. A handwritten memo is pasted to the inside of the drawer. ... moreNote the original purchase price! The case has 8 drawers. Accessories include: 2 objectives in threaded brass canisters marked: 1/4 inch' and'1/2 and 3/4" Inverting lens, Stop, Live box, Lens extender, Stage forceps, Probe and Scalpels with bone handles, 3 objectives, unmarked, Polarizer, Brass forceps and a standing Bulls eye condenser. One of the drawers contains 19 unmarked prepared slides. Inquiries invited. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*604g261%3E-13dbd6e2624-0xfa-
Here is a recent estate find. This is a Rare Antique 1920's Brass Scientific Microscope with Original Case. Made in Germany by Busch Rathenow. This has a 10x eyepiece with 3 Optics(0.25/11, 1/12 01, E) This measures approx. 14" tall and is Functional. It is in Good Condition with a nice aged patina! Don't pass this one up, This will make a Stunning Addition to any Collection! Estate Fresh, Sold As Found $325.00 or BEST OFFER! MAKE AN OFFER!
OLD BAUSCH AND LOMB MICROSCOPE Has ORIGINAL WOODEN BOX AND COMES WITH ITEMS SHOWN
Antique Microscope Slide Collection of 11 chemicals. Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album The majority of this collection of professionally mounted chemical slides have had their original lebels removed. But they were undoubtedly mounted by Thomas Doulton Russell. There is also a Salicine slide by Amos Topping and a mount of Iodo Sulphate of Quinine by Wheeler. The photographs are from five different specimens in this collection and all slides are of the highest quality. Payment, I accept the following forms of payment: PayPal Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album FREE scheduling. Supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager. Make your listings stand out with FREE Vendio custom templates! FREE scheduling. Supersized images ... moreand templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager.
ANTIQUE BAUSCH& LOMB MICROSCOPE- PATENTED 1915 You are being offered an Antique Brass and Japanned Iron Microscope made by the Bausch and Lomb Optical Company in Rochester. New York, U.S.A. and marked: Pat. Jan. 5, 1915/ 212748/ One Int. 0.0025mm” The Microscope has a 10X magnification Lens or Eyepiece, Two Knobs for Raising or Lowering the Lens, an Adjustable Iris, a Double-Sided Reflector Mirror and Three Bausch& Lomb Oculars patented on Oct 13, 1925, and marked“Divisible, 16mm 0.025 10X” 4mm 0.65 43X” and“Oil 1mm 1.9mm 1.25 97X” The Microscope stands a little over 14 inches high when the Lens is in its fully extended position and it rotates on its Base to adjust the Viewing Angle. The Microscope also is clean and free of marks, scratches, rust or corrosion and the Brass has developed a Warm Golden Patina. However, one of the Adjustable ... moreSide-Clips that hold Glass Slides in place on its Stage is missing. Otherwise, the Microscope appears to be n Very Good Working Condition. Please refer to the photographs on the left for further details. We hope you like it. Good luck if you choose to bid. If You would like more information. Please don't hesitate contacting us. ACCORDING TO EBAY POLICY. PAYPAL IS THE ONLY FORM OF PAYMENT WE ARE PERMITTED TO ACCEPT. OUR SHIPPING AND PAYMENT POLICIES. Our goal is to make your purchase a pleasant experience and to further that objective we will get your purchase to you safely and as quickly as possible at a fair and reasonable cost to you. We ship all of our packages. Fully Insured, by U.S. Mail or Fedex and we charge a Flat Rate for shipping because"Calculated Shipping" is not provided by eBay for Fedex. We use Fedex instead of one of the other private shipping companies because we believe they provide the safest and most reliable Ground Service available. We also feel that if handling charges are going to be added, they should be should be applied on an individual basis instead of being applied uniformly to all packages. Shipping charges are based solely on
A set of five antique/vintage microscope slides as pictured with engraved labels. Happy to answer any questions. I am capable of shipping worldwide. But please message me if outside UK, Canada and US to confirm I can ship to your specific location, and to get a quote. I may insist on the tracking option for locations outside UK, Canada and the US so, please confirm prior to bidding as the cost may be notable. Rest assured, I will work with you to find the most cost effective and secure mode for the slide to reach you. I reserve the right to refuse sale to any buyer with poor or limited feedback so please contact me before bidding if such is the case. Thanks for looking and good luck!
This auction is for a nice antique 1924 Bausch& Lomb stereo microscope in its original case. The case is a beautiful tongue and groove hardwood case. The microscope is 7 x. And its serial number is 179814. The bottom plate is marble. The main body is cast iron and all of the parts are brass. Someone made soft covers for the eyepieces, which I have left as found. Condition overall is very good. The lenses overall appear to be clear. In the case the item weighs about 9 pounds. NO RESERVE.IF YOU ARE THE WINNING BIDDER, PLEASE WAIT FOR MY INVOICE BEFORE PAYING.THE EBAY CALCULATOR IS USUALLY WRONG.EMAIL FOR AN ACCURATE SHIPPING QUOTE IF NECESSARY, AND INCLUDE YOUR ZIP CODE. I WILL SHIP INTERNATIONALLY BUT I CANNOT FALSIFY CUSTOMS FORMS.MY EBAY IS SET UP TO FILE AN UNPAID ITEM NOTICE AFTER 4 DAYS. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE AND MAKE PAYMENT WITHIN ... moreTHE ALLOTTED TIME. CALIFORNIA BUYERS MUST PAY SALES TAX. As I said I will ship internationally but check with your local customs to see if there are additional fees you may be unaware of.
TITLE Liver of Cat PREPARATOR A. Cole. CIRCA 1867. CONDITION Excellent ringed mount. DESCRIPTION The injection of pigment colored gelatin-like material into the vascular system of arteries and veins of animal tissue. Followed by fixation, permitted the sections to reveal the fine vascular structures of organs and tissues. This preparation shows the rich vascular channels surrounding the hepatic tissue. On careful examination the central and peri-lobular vascular system is observed on this slide. SHIPPING& HANDLING All orders are shipped First Class mail. Both national and international buyers will be assessed a flat rate of $5.00 for shipping and handling fees. Upon buyer's request. Registered mail and/or insured shipment will be quoted and charged. PAYMENT Paypal accepted. RETURN POLICY Items are returnable within fourteen days of ... morereceipt if unsatisfactory for any reason. ILLINOIS RESIDENTS Illinois residents will be charged all applicable sales tax.
A set of both two states of The Creed microphotograph by J.B. Dancer(Illuminated and Plain) Each of which include 484 letters. As can be seen in the photos. The images relatively crisp and clean. The illuminated slide is quite lovely. With lots of details surrounding the text. The slide itself is in very good condition, with the exception of a couple stains on the label and wear commensurate with age. Although the image is nice for the plain state, the slide itself is cracked(as shown in the last picture) but well held together by the label. The label on the plain slide is fairly browned. Happy to answer any questions. I am capable of shipping worldwide. But please message me if outside UK, Canada and US to confirm I can ship to your specific location, and to get a quote. I may insist on the tracking option for locations outside UK, Canada ... moreand the US so, please confirm prior to bidding as the cost may be notable. Rest assured, I will work with you to find the most cost effective and secure mode for the slide to reach you. I reserve the right to refuse sale to any buyer with poor or limited feedback so please contact me before bidding if such is the case. Thanks for looking and good luck!
Early Victorian-era microscope slide. Of sponge spicules. For information on early microscopy. Visit and Please see our other microscopy items. Multiple purchases save on shipping. Postage price includes insurance.
Professionally prepared microscope slide of Orthosira diatoms. Ca. 1880. A detail of the specimens is shown in image 2 For information on early microscopy. Visit and Please see our other microscopy items. Multiple purchases save on shipping. Postage price includes insurance. a1.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*3Ad%60%3Ea1%3E-13dd42dacbc-0xfa-
Fresh from a doctors estate is this awesome antique microscope with brass accents still in it's original wooden case/ paperwork. It is marked SPENCER BUFFALO NY 67073. BAUSCH& LOMB OPTICAL CO ROCHESTER NY USA. HEAVY QUALITY AND LIKE NEVER USED CONDITION! The box measures about 14 inches tall x 8 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches. A GREAT EXAMPLE IN ALL ORIGINAL CONDITION! A great addition to any collection. Buyer pays shipping. I only ship to the main 48 US States. This item will be insured.
Important English Brass Microscope Made in 1880. Complete. In Working Order and in Original Case Big English brass microscope made in England in the late 19th century(year 1880) This beautiful antique instrument is in perfect condition and has been carefully restored. It is a very remarkable piece because of its fine design. And is complete and preserves all its original components. The microscope comes in its original wooden case and is accompanied by some spare pieces and samples on glass plates, prepared just when the microscope was first used. In essence, this wonderful vintage microscope and the pieces that come with it make up a highly interesting item. The microscope looks shiny. Neat and polished thanks to the careful restoration it has undergone. As well as the typical parts that usually conform these instruments, this one has also ... morea micrometrical adjustment system to move the samples: by turning the wheel to the right of the user he or she can move the samples from left to right, forwards and backwards so it does not have to be touched with the fingers. Like the rest of the microscope, this system is greatly preserved and works like new. The eyepieces. Objectives and the mirror located under the sample plate are original and have survived to our days in perfect conditions. The box designed to store the microscope is made of solid mahogany wood; it has been conveniently restored and boasts a beautiful satin finish, but the signs of the use and the trace of time have been preserved as a testimony of the instrument’s life and history. The upper brass handle is also the original one. Inside the box we can see a small wooden drawer designed to store some labeled glass plates with handwritten inscriptions in different colors. There are also some brass spare pieces. This striking vintage microscope is a museum piece because of its beauty and big size. Joining beauty in equal measure. Measurements: Width: 180 mm. Height: 470 mm. I think I left nothing in the description but if I forgot something. I'll be gl
Vintage Spencer Microscope ALOE CO. Sales Agents No. 17520. Alot of brass on this microscope. Includes case. Lenses that are pictured on microscope, three brass lens cases, and what looks like another lens pictured in case storage area. Wooden case joints shows some separation and is missing key to door. Microscope looks to be complete but please look at pictures to judge for your self on condition and completeness. I dont know anything else or history about this item. I am selling if for a friend. Sold as is. US shipping only. Thanks for looking Posted with
J B Dancer Microphotograph Slide Superb condition. Please also see the other JBD- RARE- microphotograph#47 of Napoleon I am also listing. Number 27 labelled: PHOTOGRAPH THE LORD'S PRAYER, Contains 280 Letters. PLAIN 27 J.B.D. Please see pictures to make your own assessment as to it's condition. Photograph is excellent. I took various micrographs as indication of condition. Label is clean and bright, would be perfect except for the minor damage as can be seen in photos to the outer left edge, again please see pictures. Slide and coverslip excellent. This slide is a spectacular example. As this is a precious and valuable historical item- I will ship by a secure. Tracked method and insured for the full purchase price.
J B Dancer Microphotograph Slide SUPER RARE- Superb condition. Number 47 labelled: LE GENERAL BONAPARTE, Franchissant les Alpes. Painted by Paul Delaroche. Engraved by Alp Francois. 47 J.B.D. Please see pictures to make your own assessment as to it's condition. Photograph is excellent. I took various micrographs at different magnifications as indication of condition. Notice that the grain shows up at higher mags- as do any defects. Label is clean and bright, again please see pictures. Slide and coverslip excellent. Only noticed two very shallow small chips to the right end of the slide which are not very noticable, but I tried to show them as best I can in the pictures. A similar slide in poor condition without coverslip recently sold for nearly $300. This slide is a spectacular example in as good a condition as I could imagine you will ... moreever find one. As this is a precious and valuable historical item- I will ship by a secure. Tracked method and insured for the full purchase price. On 03-Apr-13 at 21:50:16 EDT. Seller added the following information: Note that the microscope photographs were taken with a Zeiss Photomic III. Of the clean slide using standard halogen illumination and a USB eyepiece camera. First image is at about 5x mag( 4x objective with 1.25x optovar) a few specs around the photo in the mounting and the small piece of debris( just off the lower middle right edge of the photo appear to be in the mountant. next image is about 25x mag of the signature in the bottom left corner of the photo. The two higher mag views are about 50x closeups of Napoleon's face and of the other person guiding the horse. Last photo is approx 12x view. On 03-Apr-13 at 21:52:20 EDT. Seller added the following information: Sorry. Magnifications listed in my previous note were for the objective and optovar, they all need to be multiplied by 10x for the USB camera eyepiece!
c19th 1/2in Beck brass microscope objective lens Beautiful 1/2in microscope objective lens made by Beck. RMS thread. Economy shipping(at your risk) $5 to Europe and $6 worldwide.
Works flawlessly! Eveything moves freely and smoothly no. No hard to move parts.No binding and sticking. Beautifully oiled machine.When you put your eyes on the binocular and see that bright extra clear image for the first time. It takes your breath away. Read my feedback on how people are delighted with my unique microscopes.Doctors and lab owners alike are thrilled with the binocular microscopes. Actually, I think they're stunned at is beauty! You will be too.This one has evey bell and whistle. I have included actual images of a specimen seen through this instrument. Makes a great gift for a graduate or the medical professional in your life.I'm positive they dont already have one of these. I will double and sometimes triple box it and insure it. I get it in the mail fast! Your investment will be safe.
Here we have a nice antique Ernst Leitz Wetzlar microscope. Serial No.260858. It is in good shape, brass needs polished and it has collected some dust over the years. The shiny black paint on the stand has scuffs from laying against the back of the wood case. I've shown the accessories that are included. I acquired this at a sale.I'm not familiar with microscopes so if I've left out any pertinent information, please ask me prior to bidding. The door on the dovetailed wood case door won't close.I don't have a key and it is set so that the latch is sticking out. One of the wood strips that holds the microscope down to the bottom of the case is loose. Please closely view all of the photos for condition details(scratches, scuffs, etc) This set is very heavy, weighing 15 1/2 lbs prior to packaging, so please check the ship ... morecost to your area prior to bidding. Thanks for l ooking! Scroll Down For More Photos! New Jersey residents add 7% sales tax. International bidders-the ebay shipping calculator is set for U.S. pounds. Not exact ounces. If shipping estimate quoted is over $1.00 different than actual cost once I package and weigh it. I will gladly refund the difference. U.S. Bidders-The shipping estimate shown is exact cost from the post office(no handling) And includes insurance cost. If shipping estimate quoted is over $1.00 different than actual cost once I package and weigh it. I will gladly refund the difference. I insure through Shipsaver(not the Post Office) which saves you money. I provide plenty of pictures and a detailed description. I encourage questions because I don't claim to be an expert on anything that I sell. Please view pics. Read description, and ask any questions prior to bidding. That way, you'll be a happy buyer, and I'll be a happy seller! I provide plenty of pictures and a detailed description. I encourage questions because I don't claim to be an expert on anything that I sell. Please view pics. Read description, and ask any questions prior to bidding. That w
antique GERMAN brass POCKET MICROSCOPE + 2 MI CROSCOPE GLASSES THERE IS A SPRING INSI DE THE MIC ROSCOPE marked-GERMANY diameter-2.8cm height-4.8cm SHIPPING by registered air mail-12USD The item will be sent from BELGIUM by registered air mail we combine shipping for multiples purchases P A Y M E N T: 1. PAYPAL 2. payment for my clients from Europ in EURO to my bank account in Belgium(with IBAN and BIC)
Antique/ vintage brass field/ pocket microscope with original manual. Very rare to find an item like this with its instruction sheet intact. The Universal Microscope. Popularly Called the Floroscope(Flower Scope) As stated in the manual, this little instrument functions both as a microscope and floroscope(magnifier) Originally manufactured in France in 1927. Rare to find an item like this with it's original instructions. Please do not hesitate to message me if you have any questions. I am capable of shipping worldwide. But please message me if outside UK, Canada and US to confirm I can ship to your specific location, and to get a quote. I reserve the right to refuse sale to any buyer with poor or limited feedback so please contact me before bidding if such is the case. Thanks for looking and good luck!
NO international bidders. SEE MANY MORE PHOTOS BELOW which can be greatly enlarged* This is a 1915 Bausch and Lomb Optical Co. Microscope with E. Leitz and Carl Zeiss Optics. 1) The removable Eyepiece Lens is marked on the barrel, Carl Zeiss Jena(engraved in script) The screw out eye optic(unscrews from the short barrel of the eyepiece lens) is marked, 6 Compens- Ocular. The bottom lens of the eyepiece(one that inserts in the top of the microscope) looks good. The top glass lens of the eyepiece has scratches and tiny pits(they do NOT show up in the photo) A guide fiber or hair has been internally attached(about rim to center) and can be seen when viewing. Wear and a some marks to the knurled ring. Turret objective lenses are: 1) The thinner objective lens is marked on the barrel, C 11 C. ZEISS C 5102(brass part near lens) Wear and tarnish. ... moreShining a light at an angle on the front lens it looks good. 2) The shorter of the thick objective lenses(dull barrel) is marked, 3 E. Leitz Wetzlar Ind U 2. Wear. Tarnish and small marks on the smaller knurled section. Shining a light at an angle on the front lens it has pits or bubbles. 3) The taller of the thick objective lens(shinier barrel) is marked, 1 12 Oel Immersion E. Leitz Wetzlar Ind. U.3 Apert. 1.30 51267(on the metal of the front lens piece) Wear. Tarnish and some mottling to one of the rear knurled sections. Shining a light at an angle the front lens it looks good. The front sections of each of the objective lenses can be unscrewed(see photos) The microscope on the front is marked, BAUSCH& LOMB OPTICAL CO. Rochester. N.Y. U.S.A. On the side is marked, PAT. JAN. 5. 1915. 1 18 893(on the brass part of the pull out tube) The turret is marked on the top, B. L. O. CO. PAT. DEC. 1. 08. There are sizes marked next to each screw in port on the turret(16mm. 1.9mm and 4mm) NOTE: I most probably haven't returned the objective lenses to their proper screw in ports. The tube that the eyepiece slides into can be pulled out in marked amounts(
Click Here. Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery- Now FREE! This auction is for an antique Paul Waechter pocket microscope.It comes in the original case with slides.It is missing the botanic lens.The microscope works well.it comes with the original paper work.The catch on the case is broken. At this time I am not shipping to BRAZIL due to long delay's in customs handling. Shipping and handling is $6 plus insurance.I normally ship USPS priority mail.West coast and other country's may pay higher cost.Florida residents must pay 7% florida sales tax.I try and describe items as accurately as possible.If you think an item is not as described please contact me before leaving feedback and DSR rating. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
a difficult to find American made early brass microscope c1886 by BENJ PIKE& SONS 166 Broadway New York.appears to be in good shape.see photographs. 12 1/2 inches high.no box. Returns only if not as described or as shown in the photographs. Shipping only by INSURED MAIL.
Kyowa Binocular Microscope Two PZO Eyepieces(5x) Four Objectives(4x. 10x, 40x, 100x) Mechanical Stage: Front/Back motion is ok. Side-to-side motion is very tight. Could use some TLC. USA customers: Shipping via USPS: choice of Priority or parcel post. Please refer to shipping calculator below for shipping cost. Customers outside of the USA: Shipping via USPS Priority mail only. Please refer to shipping calculator as shipping may be expensive. Net wt 15 lb. 8 oz, shipping weight 20 lbs.
Spencer Microscope. S/N 156554 Circa 1938 Amazing Condition for its age. 6x& 10x Spencer Eyepiece Coarse Focus- Fine Focus 1.8 MM Spencer Objective 4 MM Spencer Objective 16 MM Spencer Objective 25 MM Spencer Objective Stage Clips Spare Flat/Concave Mirror Graduated Mechanical Stage Original covered Wood Case Antique* Note: We offer combined shipping whenever possible to reduce costs. We Strive to be a 5 Star Seller. If you feel that we failed to reach that goal. Please give us the Opportunity to fix the problem before posting your feedback. Check out our other items! To visit our store. Please Click HERE to go to our About Me page. G& G TRADING ASSISTANTS offers a 100% guarantee that the item is as described! We'll always do our best to provide as many quality pictures as bidders need. But if you do need more, do not hesitate ... moreto ask. Unless otherwise stated in the description, buyer assumes full responsibility for any required type of activation, regulations, compatibility, software& drivers, etc. All buyers pay SHIPPING COSTS as per"Shipping Cost" listed above. We strive to ship the day after your payment arrives. If you make payment on Friday or Saturday. Shipping may take place the following Monday. We can expedite shipping at an extra cost to the Buyer upon Buyer's request. There is a 12:00 pm CDT cutoff time for Express Pickup. International shipping is usually provided through the US Postal Service We have dropped our HANDLING CHARGES for United States customers. International packages require a $2.50 charge for handling. We always pack carefully. To make sure each item arrives in as good condition as possible. INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS: Please be familiar with customs fees in your country. We cannot be responsible for fees added to your package once it leaves the US. Also note that packages shipped overseas may not arrive as soon as we would hope. Some may be detained in Customs in the various countries so that you do not receive it quickly. If this happens. Please remember tha
| R&J BECK. LONDON ANTIQUE STAGE FORCEPS SLIDE BRASS MICROSCOPE ACCESSORY- C1900, Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album R&J BECK. LTD. LONDON ANTIQUE STAGE FORCEPS SLIDE BRASS MICROSCOPE ACCESSORY– CIRCA 1900 You are invited to submit bids for a very nice and unusual antique microscope accessory. A Beck Forceps Slide. This instrument was made by R& J. Beck, Ltd. of London, UK. The name of the manufacturer is engraved on the top of the slide, “BECK, LONDON.” It dates from circa 1900. Accompanying this listing is a cut from the R&J Beck. Ltd. “ Scientific Instruments Catalogue ” from ... morethe year 1900 that shows this same instrument. It is their model No. 3422. Which is described as follows: “Stage Forceps. A 3x1 plate carries a metal fitting holding a short revolving rod with a pair of spring forceps at one end and a tube with cork at the other.” The slide base appears to be made of polished Bakelite and measures 75mm long by 25 mm wide. There is a central 12 mm diameter aperture in the base to permit the use of transmitted light from below the stage. If desired. The forceps unit itself appears to be made of Nickel-plated brass and measures 60mm long. It is supported on a short pillar at one end of the slide. The entire unit can be rotated 360 degrees on this pillar. The forceps end is designed to hold opaque objects, such as in insect for observation under incidental light on top of the stage of a microscope. The opposite end of the unit contains an encapsulated cork that can be used to hold a pin on which an insect or other opaque object is impaled. The tube that holds the cork also has several small ports around its periphery that allow a pin to be placed at several angles to permit optimal observation of a specimen. Accompanying this listing are several i
Microscope Bausch& Lomb Analytical MicroZoom from Probe Micromanipulator 6000 Probe High Power Long Working Distance Microscope Alessi(Bausch& Lomb MicroZoom) Microscope Includes: Trinocular Microscope head with two Olympus Tokyo eyepieces WF.10x Microscope base with precision height adjustment Bausch and Lomb objective 25 x 0.31 N.A. Bausch and Lomb objective 0.8 x 0.0125 N.A. 2) Bausch and Lomb objective 8 x 0.15 N.A(2) Bausch and Lomb objective 2.25 x 0.04 N.A The microscope is heavy(~19 lbs) Note: the light bulb and the reflector are not includes
This auction is for a Bausch& Lomb Antique Microscope. Microscope is dated Feb 16. 1897. It is solid Brass. It was made by the Bausch& Lomb Optical Company of Rochester, New York. The Serial Number is 30028. It is really nice condition considering how old it is. All glass, mirror and lens seem to be in good condition. Microscope is complete and in working order. Would be beautiful polished up. Was bought down in Tombstone, Arizona. If it could only talk! If you have any questions please feel free to send them. I will do my best to answer them. Thanks{RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d72f%2Bi%3Ahtpqto%3E%7B-13e0c034047-0xfd-
By the highly regarded slide-making team of Clarke and Page. Pincers of the earwig Forficula auricularia. Mounted without pressure in liquid medium. Soft tissue has degenerated over time. Produced ca. 1910. For information on Clarke& Page and ot her aspects of early microscopy. Visit and Please see our other microscopy items. Multiple purchases save on shipping. Postage price includes insurance.
NO RESERVE on this vintage.1885 Bausch& Lomb Harvard model microscope in very nice condition.no serial numbers on unit.box has#3605.2 eyepieces.2 lower lenses.One patent date Oct 3.1876.In Nice as pictured condition.100% satisfaction.Will ship WORLDWIDE. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Please read carefully the following report. The figures are an integral part of this description. Offered for auction is a naturalists' compass microscope in the style of the mid-18 th century. Description: Shaped like a true compass. The body, object forceps and lens holder are made of brass but the lens is equipped with silver Lieberkühn(now having black patina but it can be easily cleaned) Focusing is done by moving the object arm. Which has an inner joint in the middle to enable parallel viewing of the examined object. The lens is clear and the magnification is quite impressive. Dating and origin: Although acquired in London. It is almost undoubtedly not English by origin. Compass microscopes in the true sense of having compass-like joints and arms, were apparently more common in present-day Germany. Stylistically, it can be ... moreloosely dated to the mid-18 th century. Like most of the instruments of this era. It is unsigned and one really can't tell more about it. Yet a general parallel can be seen in the last figure(not included in this listing but brought only for demonstration) is taken from the sales catalogue of scientific instruments by Joachim Friedrich Meyen of Leipzig(1747) entitled: Kurzer Unterricht von der Beschaffenheit und dem Gebrauch der Vergrösserungsgläser und Teleskopien. It depicts a rather similar compass microscope. Yet I really can't tell if this is an instrument of the same era or maker. SHIPPING(please read carefully! Shipping is made promptly(within a day) after receiving cleared payment by express mailing service(EMS) Fully insured and with tracking number. PLEASE NOTE: Although EMS is committed in theory to supply every item within five working days. In reality this hardly ever happens as items are often held by the customs for longer periods of time. You will be provided with the tracking number to follow the item and I will sort out any delay and refund you in full in case of any reasonable loss. In my experience, usually there are no problems of this kind
Antique UNIVERSAL Student Field Microscope WM. Mc ALLISTER PHILA. Fresh from estate storage brass and iron student field microscope UNIVERSAL MICROSCOPE by WM. Mc ALLISTER PHILA. Size: 7 1/4" tall Overall very good pre-owned condition missing the round reflector mirror(easily replaced) Offered for sale without reserve. Buyer pays shipping charges(unless stated otherwise) Multiple purchases combined for shipping whenever possible. Items ship within 24 hours of payment receipt(next business day) Please email any questions or concerns you may have PRIOR to bidding. Successful bidders with a New Jersey shipping address must add 7% State Sales Tax. International bidders please know your country's importation fees. Laws and restrictions. another quality auction powered by bid with confidence. satisfaction guaranteed! xsellx STOP! don't ... moreforget to add bluzinger to your favorite sellers list by clicking If you still haven't found something you like please try
These 4 Microscope Slides are all of various diatoms including an arranged one of 12 Freshwater Diatoms by Philip Harris Biological. The other three are: Diatoms from Lompoc(America) Diatomaceae from America; Asteromphalus beaumontii(single species) The slides are in very good condition. Very clean with coverslips complete. The slide'Diatomaceae from America is rough on the bottom edge which you should be able to see in the photograph but the subject matter is not affected. Will post internationally. £international money orders. £cashier's cheques, personal cheques(all UK currency only and subject to clearance or feedback status) and Paypal accepted. Buyer to pay postage and packing charges: those to the UK, USA/Canada and Europe are listed. Other countries please ask. The postage cost includes a small amount for safe packaging ... morematerial as these are delicate objects. If you buy more than one set of slides please wait for an invoice to be sent as postage will be combined. Please contact me if you have any questions or require further information.
ANTIQUE ORIGINAL CARL ZEISS JENNA MICROSCOPE OBJECTIVE LENS- BOXED DESCRIPTION: Offered to you is this antique original Carl Zeiss Jenna bronze objective lens in also original box made of wood and cardboard. For condition see photos. Size: box diameter: 3" Box height: 2" Scarce and highly collectable item. SHIPPING: FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING(Limited Time Offer! All items are shipped within 24 hours of payment via Registered Global Airmail from Europe. Delivery time to Europe is about 7 business days. To the United States and the rest of the world is about 14-20 business days. Please, keep in mind that International mail goes through numerous security checks, depots and airports, so delivery times may vary. We always ship packages same day or the day after receipt of payment, the rest is up to the postal services. Thank you for your ... morepatience and understanding. DISCLAIMER: This and all other antique medical items that we have for sale are sold as collectibles only. They are in no way advertised. Recommended or authorized to be used as medical equipment today. TERMS OF SALE: All items are guaranteed genuine and as described. Payment is accepted by- Items are shipped via Registered Global Airmail within 24 hours. Your bid is a legal contract. Please. Do not bid if you don’t intend to pay. Payment must be received within two weeks after you have won the lot. We combine shipping on multiple orders. So bid confidently and save on the shipping expenses. RETURN POLICY: There is a 14 day return privilege given that item is returned in the same condition as sent and no attempts have been made to alternate its appearance. Full refunds are issued except for postal expenses. PLEASE READ! Thank you for choosing GlobalAntiques where customer satisfaction is our top priority! If for any reason you’re unhappy with your purchase or in case an issue comes up. Contact us and we’ll make things right for you right away. Please. Note that we always ship within 24 hours of payment, no exceptions. We ship via
Triceratium spp. Diatoms from Various Locations Microscope Slides by J. A. Long Ten ringed mounts of various species of Triceratium spp. diatoms from various locations microscope slides by J. A. Long. Menston, Leeds, England. John Albert Long(1863-1944) was a well-known diatom mounter, who was taught by W. A. Firth. His slides are highly regarded. Although lacking some of his preparers labels, the slides are identifiable by his chararcteristic handwriting. An extensive article on John Albert Long by David Walker can be viewed at Micscape Magazine. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
These are two pre-war Carl Zeiss Jena PLANAR 35mm f 4.5 microscope objective lenses with iris ring. Made in Germany, as shown in the photos. One has the original black metal coating(vintage circa 1909) the other(vintage circa 1906) has been partially stripped down to the original brass. Both are marked"D.R.P. 92313" in the front and"Serie Ia Nr. 2" in the back. These are photomacrographic lenses(Lupenobjektiv) that give excellent two-dimensional depiction of flat surfaces, usually used without an ocular. RMS standard screw mount. Similar concept to Zeiss Mikrotar and Luminar, Leitz Milar and Summar, or Reichert Neupolar. THE FINE PRINT: Trimming down my collection due to a shift of interests. For cosmetics. Please see photos of actual item. Please, no returns or refunds or after sales"pressures" Please do not ... moreask for after-sales refunds. Methods of payment: PayPal only. Items weigh 50 g unpacked. Shipping Express Registered within the EU or Airmail Registered rest of the world with tracking number, at cost(no charge for packaging or handling) Thanks for looking. I WILL NOT SELL TO ANYONE WITH 0 FEEDBACK RECORD. MINIMUM FEEDBACK SCORE REQUIRED 20. AND 100% POSITIVE, ABSOLUTELY, NO EXCEPTIONS. IF YOU H AVE LESS THAN THAT. PLEASE D O NOT BID. I WILL CANCEL THE TRANSACTION, DUE TO TOO MUCH HASSLE IN T HE PAST. ONLY PAYPAL PLEASE. I WILL ONLY SHIP TO COFIRMED ADDRESS. PLEASE COMPLY WITH THESE REQUIREMENTS. THANK YOU FOR UNDERSTANDING.
Trinacria spp. Diatoms from Various Locations Microscope Slides by J. A. Long Ten ringed mounts of various species of Trinacria diatoms from various locations microscope slides by J. A. Long. Menston, Leeds, England. John Albert Long(1863-1944) was a well-known diatom mounter, who was taught by W. A. Firth. His slides are highly regarded. Although lacking some of his preparers labels, the slides are identifiable by his chararcteristic handwriting. An extensive article on John Albert Long by David Walker can be viewed at Micscape Magazine. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Rare brass Wetzlar brass Microscope. It's not complete or fully original. But a very cool collector's piece. Comes with boxes of slides, a lot of them are prepared(a few slides are cracked, but most appear in good shape) The box doesn't appear to be original as the base doesn't lineup to the notches, but it is also included. The eyepieces are clean and clear and appears usable, but being sold AS-IS as pictured due to my limited knowledge of microscopes and not knowing how to fully test it. Please feel free to ask any questions and I will do my best to help with them. 1?RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Feog4d72f%2B%3E%3B1%3F-13e8585a509-0x102-
Here are a couple of microscopes and three boxes of prepared slides. Plus two extra lens and three glass tubes. One microscope is Microbito Industrial Argentina. It is boxed and has instructions on the box. The other is a Colgar 100x 150X 200 x 300X 400 x 800X. It does not have its original box. There are three boxes of prepared slides One has ME-1 Textile Fibers the slides. The other Box has No. 2017 Little Animals and the third box ME-3 ANIMALS. As far as I know these items require just a good clean. They are all in good condition. Please email for any further details and thank you for taking a look at my site. ``d.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fvo%7B%3Dd70f%2B%3E%60%60d-13e8585a54b-0x105-
A beautiful c. 1900 Bausch and Lomb microscope with brass. Nickle plated brass and ebonized steel. The microscope has three objective lenses, two eye pieces, original mahogany fitted box(with one drawer for additional lenses and one for objectives[with the three original brass objective cases] It has a double mirror(one flat and one convex) and has a swing out light and an elaborate concentration prism. Serial number"48854" is on a placque attached to the horseshoe shaped base. The original box has a brass and nickle carrying handle and a functioning lock and key. The box also has a brass placque with the name: Levitt- Ferguson Co. Laboratory Supplies Baltimore, MD. The microscope is in very good working condition with wear commensurate with age. Size: approx. 12" tall(lense in viewing position) Dimensions of Box: 6 3/4" ... morewide x 8 3/4" deep x 14 3/4" tall We will ship the boxed microscope within the United States for an additional $30.00
Early Solid Brass Bausch& Lomb Triple Head Microscope! This great early Bausch& Lomb microscope is solid brass right down to the bass and is very heavy. It has three lens heads and a mechanism for adjusting the amount of light allowed to shine up through the slide. It measures approximately 13 inches tall when adjusted all the way down by 4 + ¼ inches wide across the base and 5 + ¾ inches front to back at the base. It is in excellent condition physical condition with just some wear to the finish on the base. Please view photos for complete visual assessment of condition. Shipping& Handling charger will be paid by Buyer. For domestic(USA) shipping we offer only USPS Priority Mail. Unless item is over 25lbs, at this point we will offer UPS Ground. Important Notice for International Customers: Due to the inability to track ... morepackages out of country using USPS Parcel Post Service. We now offer USPS Priority Mail International or USPS Express Mail International as the ONLY methods for international shipping. We apologize for any inconvenience. But we have had too many problems arise from not being able to track or prove that an item was shipped once it leaves the country. We accept payments through PayPal. PayPal—eBay's service to make fast. Easy, and secure payments for your eBay purchases! All Items Sold Are Guaranteed To Be In Condition Described(unless stated AS IS) see return policy for details. Please Bid With Confidence! Please feel free to e-mail us with any questions or comments. 260.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fvo%7B%3Dd70f%2B%3E260-13e89b06edb-0x101-
German Otto Seibert Microscope Made in the 1920s. Original Wooden Case. In Working Order Striking German microscope made by company Otto Seibert from Wetzlar in the 1920s. This beautiful and functional vintage instrument draws our attention because of its excellent condition and working order. It comes in its original wooden case with lock and key and comes with a set of samples and accessories from the era. All the microscope’s components and parts are original and in great condition. The item is made of black enameled iron and brass part. Boasting a nice and sober design that is enhanced by its undeniable functionality. At the top, just under the eyepiece we can see a silvery metal plate with the engraved manufacturer’s name and serial number 2498. Otto Seibert is a point of reference in the field of optical material. Both in Germany and ... morethe rest of Europe and even at global level. The city where the factory was located, Wetlzar, also hosted other famous optical manufacturing companies such as Zeiss. Seibert microscopes are renowned for their excellent quality and operation. The firm is still present in Germany under the brand name Seibert Otto Wetzlar GmbH& Co.KG for the manufacturing of optical articles and instruments, optical products, laser optics and microscope objectives. This particular microscope has also a white label with the name Felix Kunze, and a monogram formed by this name’s initials. It is attached to the sample plate. This amazing instrument has a quadruple nosepiece(one of the lenses is quite small in size) and a micrometric system in the sample plate. This system has two screws that move the glass plates in the fore and aft directions. And from left to right too. This way the user can put the sample plate in the right place with no need of touching it with his or her fingers. As stated before, the microscope is stored in its original wooden case and comes with several vintage samples in a cardboard box. This incredible Seibert microscope is a witness to contemporary science’s history. It
Brass Compound Microscope. C. Reichert, Wien, Austria, late 19th century, with rackwork coarse focus, square stage with slide clips, substage swing arm with condenser, plano/concave mirror with three-way adjustment, U-foot, fitted wooden box, ht. closed 9 1/2 in
Hi. You are bidding on a good condition fully operational Carl Zeiss microscope made in Jena, Germany, it dates from the turn of the century. there are 3 lenses, original wood case, the mirror& iris are complete and in good working order the slide bed is missing its slide clips. Shipping in the U.S. is $30.00 priority mail. YES! I will ship anywhere in the world.
hey there folks. Up for sale today is a 1923 folding bausch and lomb microscope. the year 1923 was determined by the the serial number of 169745 on one of the legs. comes with its original box. item spells of age. I did no cleaning what so ever to it. it has more potential to clean up. marked 8-16, rochester n.y. u.s.a. not sure if item is complete. looks as though it is missing a lense at the very top. sound like that is pretty easily unscrewed and replaced with almost any one of the same size. the mirror goes side to side, and up and down. mirror has some blemishes. something that could be cleaned up. personally don't understand the spacing for where a slide would go and the bottom of the scope. looks like it would have to sit on the slide. or with the scope at a unscrewed point. great piece. plenty of photos to see its beauty and imperfections. ... morehow will you look at 90 years old. any questions feel free to ask. free fast priority shipping.
Aulacodiscus spp. Diatoms from Various Locations Microscope Slides by J. A. Long Ten ringed mounts of various species of Aulacodiscus diatoms from various locations microscope slides by J. A. Long. Menston, Leeds, England. John Albert Long(1863-1944) was a well-known diatom mounter, who was taught by W. A. Firth. His slides are highly regarded. Although lacking some of his preparers labels, the slides are identifiable by his chararcteristic handwriting. An extensive article on John Albert Long by David Walker can be viewed at Micscape Magazine. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.