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Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Stereo BINOCULAR to microscope Glasses of binocular is clean and clear. All mechanical parts are working flawlessly. Happy bidding! ... moreAll pictures are actual. You will receive what you see Shipping is $25 via International Air Mail to any country. Payment methods accepted by BIGGERBY2002: I accept PayPal. calculate the total amount(including shipping fee which is listed in item description) Happy bidding 1 Please reply to my email to process transaction after the auction. We need to hear from you within three(3) working days after auction's close; And receive payment within ten(10) days. Otherwise. We may offer item to other buyers and give you negative feedback. HAPPY BIDDING and THANK YOU FOR LOOKING!
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Fine Antique Binocular Petrological Microscope c1875 in Glazed Case, Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album This ... morelarge binocular microscope is a very impressive looking instrument. In fine original condition. Though unsigned, it is certainly from the workshop of the London based maker James Swift and would have been the largest model produced by this company(It stands at 18" as seen in the images) It's a nicely equipped outfit. Comprising four signed, cased Swift objectives(note that the 1" objective is in a Swift case, but one originally for an 1/8" lens) a substage analyser, eypiece camera lucida and a fine achromatic condenser with mechanical iris. A further analyser is contained in a drawer above the nosepiece and can be slid in the viewing field easily for polariscopic analysis. The fine focus is Swift's patent type and works very well. All other mechanics and optics are also in excellent condition, as is the binocular prism. The substage assembly can swing out for easy access to the condenser. The glazed mahogany case is original and is fitted with a drawer racked for slides(empty) The condition of the lacquer is extremely fine. With the exception of some small spots on one side of the binocular tube where something has splashed on to it in the past. The pictures show this clearly. There is evidence of a small paint patch on the back of the large foot, but it doesn't distract from the very striking appearance of this handsome instrument. 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 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 and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager.
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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
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.
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 IS A GORGEOUS MICROSCOPE MADE IN 1929! The serial number is 219115. It comes with two sets of eyepieces and three objectives. Both sets of eyepieces and all 3 objectives are engraved with the microscopes serial number! It has stayed as an original set for this long! The eye tubes slide wider and narrower. Every adjustment and knob works smoothly. Magnifies great! Original case. Original objective containers. What a beautiful microscope set.
Here is a rare binocular microscope by Spencer. It was made in 1925. It has a heavy SOLID BRONZE base and spine body. It has an antique Apochromat lens. A used apochromat lens today costs around 3000.00. An apochromat lens has better corrction of chromatic aberration. Chromatic aberration is the phenomenon of different colors focusing at different distances from a lens. Apochromatic lenses are designed to bring three wavelengths(typically red. Green, and blue) into focus in the same plane. The case has an upholsterd fet lined drawer that holds the binocular head and all its accessories. In other words, this is the best microscope that can be found in 1925! Its fitted with a Leitz Wetzlar mechanical stage. Binocular eyepiece can be adjusted wider or narrower.There are levers on each side of each eyepiece that covers one eye or the other. Every ... moresingle moving part moves freely. Clear shap mangnification. Just put on your specimen and enjoy! In my years of collecting, I have only had one other SOLID BRONZE microscope with all the bells and whistles. Shipping and handling includes FULL INSURANCE!
This microscope is fully functional. But in transit from college it appears the other end of power supply was lost, it has the bulb socket with 2 pinned cord,but it is not a plug,it appears it needs to get plugged into another device,transformer first so if you are a hobbyist and or already may have these parts this microscope is for you, or if you want to purchase this remaining piece on your own. everything else is here, it is well made,clean and works great. very well preserved. The objectives included are: 3.5x 10x 43x and 100xoil. Notice in the first picture the power cord attached to light socket in back, that needs to get plugged into something else.
AN ESTATE LIQUIDATION- STRAIGHT FROM THE ATTIC. WE'VE NOT TOUCHED OR CLEANED. ABOUT 14" TALL. MAKERS MARK: J ZENTMAYER PAT'D AUG 15 76. MARKED 22 IN SEVERAL PLACES. PERHAPS THE SERIAL NUMBER? THIS IS OUT OF OUR FIELD. ONE SIDE OF THE MIRROR IS CRACKED. THE LENS FOR VIEWING THE SLIDE IS MARKED: 1/2 W. WALES NY. SEE THE ACCESSORIES FOUND WITH THE MICROSCOPE. THE BRASS STAND IS 10" TALL. ONE LENS IS MARKED 1in J. GRUNOW. NEW YORK. THE BRASS CASES ARE MARKED 1/2 AND 1 in. THE OTHER LENS AND CAP IS 1 3/4" TALL. THAT'S ALL WE KNOW- ANY QUESTIONS- JUST ASK. SELLING AS SEEN- AS FOUND. Shipping: Domestic shipping: I ship products using USPS& UPS. I do not charge a handling charge. Tracking or insurance is included in the shipping price. Local pickup available upon request. International shipping: I ship products using ... moreUSPS. Please. Be aware of your local customs office for details on how you can claim items if your package has been delayed longer than 15 days above normal delivery time. I do not charge a handling charge. Insurance is required on international purchases to ensure your item gets to you safely. Buyer is responsible for all taxes, duties, brokerage and customs fees. We do not know those charges throughout the world. Returns and Refunds: Return Policy- We are proud to offer returns within reason. I will accept returns. Within 14 days of close of transaction within reason. Returns are based on buyer contact. Refund will be made in the same method as it was received by me. meaning if you paid by Paypal- you will get a Paypal refund. We do not sell on approval nor offer buyers remorse refunds- returns only if not as described. Communication: We check email frequently. If you do not receive a response to your question within 24 hours- it's possible we may not have gotten your email. If you have bid on the item. You can get our phone number emailed to you through the contact member feature of eBay. Feedback: We are happy to leave feedback for our customers. We would appreciate tha
1913 Ernst Leitz Wetzlar first Binocular Microscope. Made of sold brass and iron. Very rare and hard to find.
Picked a few of these old microscopes. They have no boxes and this one is missing an eyepiece and the table and do not know what else maybe it is only good for parts. Am clueless, any tips questions are appreciated. It weighs over 6 lbs.
HERE IS A GORGEOUS MICROSCOPE! Made in 1924. The eye tubes slide wider and narrower. Every adjustment and knob works smoothly. Magnifies great! Tiger Maple dovetailed case. Key works lock. What a beautiful perfect microscope set. Shipping to France and England and Italy is 98.00 Express Mail. Posted with
Antique English Binocular Microscope Made in the 19th Century by Hudson& Son. In Good Working Order. With Original Case and Documents This fine antique binocular microscope was made in the 19th century. Circa 1870. It comes from England and is signed at its base, where we can see the inscription Hudson& Son– GREENWICH engraved in the metal with smart lettering. The microscope keeps all its original parts and works fine. The brass preserves its original lacquer in good condition. Though some parts show signs of wear, the microscope’s overall look is quite attractive and the conservation state is wonderful. The microscope has micrometric adjustment system and all the rack and pinion components work smoothly. It is accompanied by a lens. Two pairs of oculars and a live box. It also has a 4 aperture disc diaphragm and a concave mirror, ... morewith some blurry lines but usable. For preparations slides has a mechanical control system with XY movement that works perfectly. It measures 15 1/2 inches(38 cms) in closed position without the wood base. All the parts come into a solid mahogany wood case. In good condition and with its original top metal handle. The instrument also comes with a series of letters typed in 1929. They are part of a private correspondence that the owner of the microscope kept with F. Stanley& Co. In order to value the article’s improvement and reparation. These letters are original documents in very good condition that provide this article with high interest. This Hudson binocular microscope is almost a museum piece because of its ancient age. Its rarity and its great conservation state. It surely deserves a place in the best collection of scientific antiques. Measurements: Width: 170 mm. Height: 400 mm. I think I left nothing in the description but if I forgot something. I'll be glad to answer any questions. Bid with confidence. We are professional antique dealers. Hello. My name is José Pascual. And I am an antique dealer located in Zaragoza, Spain, which is a medium size city betw
The print is a lithograph printed in 1910. The sheet measures 11 1/2 X 8 1/2 inches and is in good condition aside from light age toning. The light white lines in the image are due to the scanner and do not exist on the actual print. The image is titled"Microscope. Plate 1. It is inscribed in the image"XVIII. 404. The print is a full page illustration from the eleventh edition of"The Encyclopedia Britannica" published in Cambridge at the University Press in 1910. There is another image of microscopes printed on the reverse side. This is an antique print guaranteed to be over 100 years old. It is not a later re-print. Buyer to pay $2.95 postage and handling in US; international at cost. I will combine shipping with other items. I accept Pay Pal as payment. You can still pay me without having a PayPal account. You can pay ... moreusing your credit card without creating a PayPal account. Just enter via the eBay'Pay Now' button and you'll be directed to a page where you can enter your credit card information. If you don't have a PayPal account. You'll be automatically redirected to a secure page in eBay checkout where you can enter your credit card information. Thanks for looking. Please see my! Please visit my
ANTIQUE BINOCULAR MICROSCOPE* Engraved Signature on the Brass Base: John W. Sidle. Lancaster. Pa. ACME Wm Stanley Jr#194 Objective Reads: E. Gundlach* Estimated Early 1880’s* Stands about 15 to 17 inches high. Depending on the position of the scope* Please read the description in full. Review all photos and ask all questions prior to bidding. Happy to provide addition photos if requested. This is an antique. Which I estimate as being from about 1880(130+ years old) so there is some wear commensurate with age. I have provided key conditional notes based on my review of the visuals and mechanics. According to this extract from the American Artifacts Website: Sidle began making microscopes. First in partnership with Poalk, in Philadelphia, and then as"John W. Sidle& Co, Lancaster PA" His several models of 1880 were called the"Acme" ... moreand some of his ads referred to the"Acme Optical Works" Lancaster, PA. In 1881, James W. Queen& Co. took over the marketing of Sidle's Acme microscopes, which they continued to sell into the 20th century. I am very pleased to offer this attractive antique binocular microscope. A fantastic presentation piece. This appears to be the Binocular(Double Tube/ Scope) version of the ACME No. 3 Microscope produced by Sidle in the early 1880’s(see last photo) As might be expected. This is not in perfect, 100 percent complete condition, but still a great, very attractive piece of scientific history. I have tried my best to thoroughly identify any issues/ notes based on a comparison of the monocular version found online and my visual review. I am passionate about antique microscopes and enjoy hanging onto them briefly as a hobby/ admirer. But I am not able to yet call myself an expert so, again, please review as well and do not hesitate to ask questions: 1. No box or other accessories included beyond shown in the photos. 2. Beautiful combination of what look to be brass(majority) and copper(accents– knobs. Joint, swinging mirror gauge, objective cuffi
Fantastic rare early Zeiss stand DSG 1 binocular laboratory microscope set. It is an early model having a C-shaped arm that embraces an upright from the claw foot base. X.Y adjuster built directly into the stage.Original key works door lock! The microscope has a non-inclined binocular tube with a revolving quadruple, nickel nosepiece. Coarse focus is by rack and pinion. Fine focus is by the Meyer geared slow-motion device operated by a two knobs, one having a divided drum. One interval on the drum corresponds to 0.002 mm of vertical motion of the optical assembly.Swing arm(spine/body section) is solid bronze. Foot is solid brass.Heavy large microscope! Everything still works! Harvard University Department of the History of science has one on display. You will never see another one like this.Add it to your collection. Express Mail must be ... morechosen for some European countries. Email me and I will check.
HERE IS A GORGEOUS MICROSCOPE! Has three sets of eyepieces.One eyepiece has a graduated measuring lens. The eye tubes slide wider and narrower. Every adjustment and knob works smoothly. Magnifies great! In 5 seconds. You can convert from the binocular head to its monocular head. The original key to the case works the lock! Its an excellent complete set that has stayed together all these years! You will have tons of fun with ths microscope and its beautiful to look at.
LARGE BEST* BINOCULAR MICROSCOPE R& J BECK 31 CORNHILL LONDON#6222 Up for auction is a spectacular Victorian era Binocular Microscope dated to around or possibly before c1875 and made with precision craftsmanship by R& J. Beck of 31 Cornhill. London- Serial# 6222. This was the top-of-the-line model produced by the firm at the time. R& J. Becks' names, address, and serial number are engraved on one of feet on the tripod base(shown in photo) The microscope is constructed in solid brass with a bright lacquered finish. It looks to be complete and in good working order. All mechanical movements are working well that I know of and when looking through the eye pieces, I see various levels of brightness of light when moving the mirror. I am obviously not very knowledgeable about the technical aspects of the piece) The original surface ... morefinish show minor wear in spots and especially on the stage plate. The mirror on both sides show crazing and dirt, but reflects light as it should. There is no major damage on the brass. It has a little dirt in some of the cracks and crevasses, but a good cleaning will really bring out the beauty! I don't want to clean it. It should be cleaned professionally as it could be damaged. Please look at the photos very carefully and ask questions- I will try my best to answer anything and will add additional photos if there is anything that I didn't already capture. Although there is no box or accessories included, there is an extra 2" lens attached. This microscope was found at a collector's estate sale and I was absolutely delighted to have the opportunity to purchase and own such a beautiful piece that is also such an important example of microscopic history! This piece is very heavy and will be shipped with USPS signature delivery confirmation and full insurance. Shipping in the Continental US is predetermined. Alaska. Hawaii, and international shipping requests must be made before the auction ends for a quote. +Follow hittauctions on eBay for new fantastic vin
PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION AND REVIEW ALL PHOTOS. As discussed. It is not 100 percent complete and there have been a couple of repairs. ANTIQUE BINOCULAR MICROSCOPE(BRASS) Attractive Engraved Signature on the Base States(Beautiful Cursive Writing) BAKER 224 High Holborn London(i.e. Charles Baker) Objective Reads: Abdn. Univ. Bot. Dept. i.e. Aberdeen University, the fifth oldest English speaking university in the world) Estimated between 1850- 1880* Stands between about 18 and 22 inches high. Depending on the position of the scope(a typical wine bottle is shown in the photos for reference) Please read the description in full. Review all photos and ask all questions prior to bidding. Happy to provide addition photos if requested. This is an antique. Likely around 140 years old, so there is some wear commensurate with age. I have provided key conditional ... morenotes based on my review of the visuals and mechanics. I am very pleased to offer this attractive antique binocular microscope by Charles Baker of London. A handsome. Stately presentation piece! This appears to be an early example of the bar-limb design first pioneered by Andrew Ross. As might be expected with a mechanical antique of this age. It is not in perfect, complete condition. Descriptions can sometimes be subjective. And details/ condition of mechanical antiques difficult to capture in photos. While I am passionate about antique microscopes and enjoy hanging onto them briefly as a hobby/ admirer. I am not able to yet call myself an expert so please review as well, and do not hesitate to ask questions/ request more photos. I have tried my best to thoroughly identify any issues/ notes based on a top-to-bottom visual review. 1. No box or other accessories included beyond shown in the photos(as is) 2. The adjustment knob controlling the vertical position of the scope works reasonably nicely between the highest and lowest position. Moves fairly smoothly and there appear to be no kinks in the treads(see photos) 3. The microsc
Has every bell and whistle of its time.Has a solid bronze swing arm(spine of microscope) Very unusual for this model microscope.Probably a prototype of some sort. Every adjustment and knob works smoothly.Oversized case 16" tall by 10" by 10" Two sets of eyepieces. Red glass filter. Magnifies great! What a beautiful microscope set.
Stands about 14" tall. Two sets of two eyepieces.Blue glass filter. Stayed together all these years! Set up an antique medical device display in your waiting room. Looks incredible in mirrored china cabinet lit up. Make hours of conversation with this work of art.
19th century Antique unique prepared microscope slide"for binocular" of Isthmia enervis. Slide is undated and was prepared by E. Wheeler. London. Due to age and delicacy of item. It will be shipped in a priority box. Feel free to ask any questions and thanks for looking! Posted with
Auction Wizard 2000 Listing Template- AW2KLOT#63800 You are considering an antique CARL ZEISS. JENA, binocular microscope and wood case. From the estate of a physician who practiced in the first quarter of the 20th century, ie, early 1900s. Offered"as is" as I'm not sure how to describe this wonderful vintage scientific instrument. Serial number 5653. Marked GERMANY. Has 6 lenses, three to each of two round things. Magnifiers are 40 to 8. The scope raises and lowers as does the slide mount. Nice wood case, hold scope and two lenses holders CONDITION: Unknown; offered as found. Packages mailed to Illinois addresses will be charged 7.25% Illinois sales tax. Items paid by Paypal can only be mailed to the address provided by Paypal payment. SHIPPING TIME I try to ship no later than the next business day. Sometimes I manage to ship ... moreon the same day payment is received. However. If your payment is received after 12:00 noon, it will not be mailed until at least the next business day. Saturdays and Sundays are NOT business days. Occasionally, I am out of town on Fridays or Mondays. Packages that will be traveling by FedEx Ground or UPS may take an extra day to get shipped as I am not close to their drop-off location. S/H FOR MULTIPLE PURCHASES: I will combine multiple items whenever possible and normally reduce total shipping costs. Usually an extra $1.50 is charged for additional items, but it is best to email to confirm before your purchases. Books and linens can ship together; books and breakables do not ship together! IMPORTANT! International Shipping: Import duties. Taxes, and charges are NOT INCLUDED in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/ buying. These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight(shipping) company or when you pick the item up do not confuse them for additional shipping charges. I will not mark merchandise va
Heavy solid brass. Aproximately 16" tall and 20lbs. Super easy to use. Bright clear images. I made a slide of an onion skin. Left eye and right eye. Low power and medium power. Adjustable width for your eyes. Blue glass filter included. You will love this microscope!
You are bidding on an Antique Spencer Binocular Microscope. Manufactured in Buffalo in the 1920's. This microscope is being offered for restoration. Serial# is 92366. Two sided mirror is in good condition, all parts move freely. Microscope stands 12.5" tall, 5" wide and 6.5" long. No case or additional parts are included. Glass has a chip(please see photo 9) Please feel free to e mail with any questions. Shipping rates are for the lower 48. Happy Bidding!
The print is an illustration from a June 12. 1880 issue of the weekly illustrated magazine"Scientific American. The print is a wood engraving. It was printed from an engraved wood-block(see definition below) The print is matted in a 10 X 8 inch mat and is ready to be framed in a standard size 10 X 8 inch frame. The mat opening measures 7 X 4 1/2 inches. The sheet is in good condition aside from light age toning and being trimmed on the edges. The image is titled"Binocular Telescope with Microscopic Objectives. There is text printed on the reverse side. This is an original antique print guaranteed to be over 100 years old. It is not a later re-print. Buyer to pay $2.95 postage and handling in US. International at cost- shipping calculated by location. I will combine shipping for multiple items which can be mailed flat. I can not ... morecombine a matted print with a large print which needs to be mailed in a tube. I accept Pay Pal as payment. Thanks for looking. Please see my! Please visit my Wood engravings are a form of relief printmaking. They start as a block of wood that would make a solid shape if printed. Areas of wood are cut away to leave the final image. Two other common types of relief printmaking are the woodcut and linoprint. The wood engraving block is cut across the end grain of the block. In this they differ from the side grain blocks made for woodcuts. The depth of the block is normally"type high" and links wood-engraving to its history of illustration. When blocks and type would have been set together to print a page. Wood Engraving tool developed from metal engraving tools. When the image has been engraved onto the block ink is applied to its surface with a roller, paper is laid across the surface and presure is applied with a printing press or burnishing tool. As the nineteenth century progressed, wood engraving was used increasingly in periodicals. It was a practical means of illustration because, unlike steel- and copper- plate engraving, wood engraving did not have to be printed s
SERIAL No. 184938- C 1925 PAIR OF15X AND 20X OCULAR LENSES 0.7X BIOBJECTIVES ON A SLIDING HOUSING 1.4X BIOBJECTIVES ON A SLIDING HOUSING NICE OAK CABINET WITH LOCK AND KEY
Serial number indicates this microscope was manufactured in 1929. The objective lenses have the microscopes serial number engraved. Stayed as an an original set for almost 100 years.Stands about 14 inches tall by 6 inches wide. Antique microscopes are incredible works of art! RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fvo%7B%3Dd70f%2Bf52%3E-148211baeb7-0x114-
Antique SMITH& BECK BINOCULAR MICROSCOPE. C. 1850s w/ Wood Case& Accessories SMITH& BECK BINOCULAR MICROSCOPE Antique Smith& Beck Binocular Microscope with wood case and many accessories. Cast brass base with brass tubing. Approx 18 inches tall. Marked"Smith& Beck | 36 Coleman St | London" on the left rear foot; no serial number(no photo of this mark as it is visible only under intense light and not photographable) Copies of correspondence from R&L Beck Ltd. London, dated 1935 confirm the Beck designation and date the microscope to mid 1850s(the correspondence is included in this auction) The microscope is in good condition. But needs to be cleaned up. The fitted wood microscope case is in good antique condition, with one crack in the back panel(see photo) The case is approx 12-3/4 x 19 x 10 inches; the door ... morehas a locking latch(no key) cast brass handle on the top. Two wood cases with many extra lenses. Spacers, extensions and other accessories are each approx 10-3/4 x 8-3/4 x 2-1/2 inches. Each is fitted for the enclosed accessories; each needs repair, primarily re-gluing. NOTE: in a separate concurrent auction. We are selling a matching cabinet for storage of specimen slides. Due to size and weight of the two items no significant savings will be realized from combining them for shipping, but together they make a complete antique lab setup. This item will ship via UPS to US addresses; by either UPS or USPS Express to international destinations. This auction has NO RESERVE. So bid now to ensure that you will be in the running to win this item. Be sure to look at our other auctions by clicking on the link below All items that we sell are professionally packed; we will ship via UPS Ground to 48 states or. If it is more economical, via USPS; in many cases, we give you more than one option for shipping. For destinations outside the United States. Please use the shipping calculator included in this listing in order to understand the cost of shipping before you place a bid. Please note
A top of the range WATSON No.1 Van Heurck microscope. With matching Holoscopic optics and both monocular and Wenham binocular bodies, in it’s fitted mahogany case. The makers called this instrument Dr. Henri Van Heurck's Microscope for the study of photography of diatoms and all delicate researches. Dr Van Heurck himself claimed this design to have been manufactured"a perfect instrument" with the utmost possible precision" which is probably why this Watson model is most desired by collectors today. On the monocular body. The main focus and first stage draw tube is by rack& pinion and fine focus is by thumbwheel-lever. The binocular body tube inter-ocular separation is by thumbwheel controlled rack& pinion. The microscope has a mechanical stage with thumb-wheel"X- Y" control and a slide clamp with clips. ... moreOn a circular rotating stage. The mechanical, centring, sub-stage has thumbwheel controlled course and fine adjustment and holds a universal sub-stage condenser with lever-operated iris and swing-out filter holder. The plano-concave mirror is on a swing-out limb for oblique illumination. And the stand is engraved with the makers serial number. This number, 26,620, dates it to about 1921. The stand also has a brass engraved plate with inscription“PRESENTED TO FRANK STEVENSON ESQ. MAR 1921. The microscope comes with a set of high class Holoscopic objectives& ocular optics for use with the monocular body and a set of Para low power objectives for use with the binocular body tubes. The top drawer in the cabinet holds seven objectives in matching engraved. Lacquered brass cans, 2"top hat" type Holoscopic eyepieces(X20& X10) and a brass can of various shaped dark ground stops. Two low power oculars are stored in the binocular tubes and a low power ocular is stored in the monocular tube. The second drawer holds a live box, a compressor and a twin nosepiece adapter. Also in the case is a Watson camera lucida. A pair of photographic objectives(2in& 3in) and a proje
Gorgeous antique Spencer microscope. Works perfectly! 15" tall. Serial number 176693. Magnifies clearly.
Up for auction is this wonderful antique ANTIQUE BAUSCH& LOMB BINOCULAR DISSECTING MICROSCOPE. Don't know much about these. Came from an estate, but I will be happy to answer any questions. I do my best to describe each item I list and I want you to be more than happy with your purchase so please ask any question before you bid as I would like to keep my excellent rating. I answer inquiries usually same day. I pride myself on excellent customer satisfaction and will happily accept returns within 14 days as long as item is returned in same condition. International bidders please inquire about shipping costs prior to bidding. IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM SELLER: I'm in the process of liquidating an exquisite. Well maintained war, antique and vintage. Collection. In the weeks and months to come I will be posting many additional items ... moreas I am able. If you are interested in these-type items please click on the"Save this seller" or"See other items" for quick access!
Gorgeous antique Spencer microscope from UCLA. Works perfectly! 15" tall. Serial number 176693. Magnifies clearly.
Antique R& J Beck Brass Binocular Microscope Click Photos 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 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 This auction is for an antique R& J Beck binocular microscope. It appears to be made mostly from brass. The base has R& J Beck 31 Cornhill. London inscribed on one leg. I could not find a serial number on this piece. The microscope is in as is condition. The knobs that would raise& lower the eyepieces just spin& do not move anything. The table looks like it is up too high& I could not get it to move down. The reflective mirror is missing. ... moreAt least one of the three feet is slightly bent. It comes with one objective lens that is marked 1/5 R& J Beck. The whole unit is about 19 inches tall. Please look at the pictures closely& ask about anything that may be important to you. I am not familiar enough with these antique instruments to properly evaluate them. Please check our other auctions for more scientific instruments. We will always combine purchases to save on shipping costs. All items are guaranteed to be as described. Please e-mail if you have any questions or need further details or pictures. Thanks for looking! California State Residents must add 8.75% Sales Tax unless you provide a valid resale number& a signed Blanket Certificate of Resale Payment and Shipping PAYMENT TERMS: SHIPPING TERMS: Insurance included only with Priority Mail. inkfrog terapeak. I000000. InkFrog Analytics.
Here is and antique and rare SPENCER BINOCULAR swing arm DISSECTING MICROSCOPE with a fitted mahogany case. The microscope is an incredible piece from the early time in microscope history. It has that steampunk look to it. The arm allows you to swing out the head to see objects that may be too large to place on the stage. The main body tilts back to allow more light to fall onto the object under observation. It appears to be made of cast iron because it's heavy. But part may be brass. The whole microscope is covered in black enamel. There is a wheel under the stage that can use filters and it turns like it should. It contains a single white disk. There are two set of ocular or eyepiece lenses. One set is 5x and the other set is 10x. That's a total of 4 lenses. The case is just as beautiful as the microscope. It is made out of mahogany. ... moreWith a very strong and attractive angled box joint(also called a finger joint) The original lock and key are in perfect working condition, and the original handle is there. Inside the case, there are two sliding wood trays to allow you to store the eyepieces, and there's another sliding box that fits on the inside of the case. I don't know enough about this microscope to say what's missing or not working. I can tell you that there is wear and missing enamel paint because it is an antique. The focus knob works smoothly. The horseshoe base tilts as it should, the circular wheel under the stage turns normally, and the eyepieces are removable. Please use the pictures for a detailed condition description. I would be happy to provide any additional photos or answer questions. It dates to 1895 to 1935. Marked"Spencer Buffalo USA 52271" see closeup photo) Measures: 12" tall and 6" wide(adjustable arm extends farther) The wood box is 14-1/2" high by 9" wide and 9-1/2" deep. Shipping is a flat rate of $25 to the US. History of Spencer: Recognized as the first American to successfully make microscopes in the U.S. Charles Spencer published
Item is an antique R& J Beck binocular microscope in original wooden box( no key) with accessories. Check photos Brass microscope. Accessories, and box in very nice condition Model number 6740 believed to be from the late 1800's Being sold by FAT WILLY'S ANTIQUES San Juan Bautista. CA 95045 831 801-7375 SELLING AS IS/NO RETURNS/NO REFUNDS Shipping Continental United States.All other locations please contact for shipping quotes
A rare Bausch& Lomb model CBE Binocular Microscope with Case and three(3) Lenses. We are pleased to present this rare antique Bausch& Lomb model CBE Bacteriological Research Microscope for your consideration. Dating to the late 1920's. The Microscope is a Binocular model with Dual Oculars and comes with three(3) Lenses/Objectives, all of which are installed on the revolving nosepiece. The Microscope comes with its original Mahogany cabinet, solidly constructed with a substantial metal handle and showing off its quality dovetail corner joints. The Microscope weighs a substantial 13-1/2 pounds. And you can feel the quality when you turn any of the knobs and observe the smooth, precise movement of the rack and pinion adjustments. The case measures 15 inches high, 7-1/2 inches wide, and 9-1/4 inches deep and weighs 7-1/2 pounds. It ... morehas a lock, but the key is missing. There is a round Bausch& Lomb product plate at the back of the Microscope with apparent serial number of 21753. We are certain of those digits. But not sure if there is also a leading"1" The case contains three lense containers, but they are empty and are for the lenses installed on the Microscope. Both the Microscope and case are in exceptional condition. The case shows general light wear. With small edge and corner bumps, but the overall finish is in above average condition. The Microscope looks well taken care of, and is free of any obvious damage. Knobs show some light pitting and corrosion, but all turn smoothly and without difficulty. Surface wear to the body of the Microscope is minimal, with only isolated scratches on the black painted surfaces. We rate the overall condition of the Microscope as very good. This is a rare Bausch& Lomb Microscope model. In exceptional condition, and complete with case and lenses. It would make a wonderful addition to any collection! Check out the HUGE selection of items in our eBay store. DRM 150104_micro Item Dimensions Height Width Depth Weight 15" 7-1/2" 9-1/4" 21 lbs
Vintage bausch& lomb microscope model#186342 the ajusting knobs are missing. Not a microscope expert so ask questions and i will answer them to the best of my ability. Thanks
This is one of two microscopes of a collection. It was used in the Pathological Institute of McGill University in Montreal Canada. This microscope was manufactured in 1923.The institute was built in 1923.Included in this microscope set is a Case.Pair of objective lenses, Original leitz wetzlar key, and it works the lock! Photos of the institute are at the bottom of this page.
Corneal Microscope(Hornhaut-Mikroskop) Nr. 1174 Brass with Black Japanning Finish Carl Zeiss Jenna circa late 1800's with Case. Key and Base Please Review All 37 Photos Posted at Bottom of Listing Very hard to find Corneal Microscope made by Carl Zeiss. Jenna, circa the late 1800's. It comes in the original wood case with the Zeiss nameplate still attached, there's an enclosed compartment in the case where the doctor's accessories can be stored, and the original Zeiss"Z" key is still with the case. Included is the large base which still swivels smoothly. There are 3 binocular objective lens, 2 10x ocular lens, and a slit lighting attachment. There is also a glass tube with red and yellow lines and the end caps screw on to the tube and have lenses inside(I'm not sure what this piece is used for and. To remove ... moreit from its' compartment in the case, both end caps must be unscrewed from the tube) The bulb in the slit lighting attachment is burned out and I'm not sure if it needs a cord or something to make it work. This rare microscope is in wonderful antique preowned used condition; there's some age wear to the black japanning finish on the brass. No cracks or breaks to the ocular lens or objective lens, the base swivels up and down smoothly, the bulb in the slit lighting attachment is burned out, the original Zeiss"Z" key is still with the case and the key works in the case but it does have some surface corrosion, the original Zeiss name plate is still attached to the box, the handle is secure to the box, the hinges on the box work great, there's some age wear to the wood of the box including a crack to the bottom(see photo) And the microscope, case and base should be cleaned to look their very best. I've just lightly wiped it off and will leave all additional cleaning of this collectible antique up the buyer's expertise. I'm not an expert on microscopes and I do not know if this set is complete. This antique has been kept in a smoke free environmen
This is an antique brass binocular microscope. And we think is good for parts only, is tall approx 18 inches and is missing some parts, but we do not know exact how many. Please look at the pictures, we did not even clean or polish it.Seems little shifting while standing, maybe because the cork legs are worn or light bent in one leg as shows in pictures.Is Marked 31 Cornhill London and# 5648. California residents please add 9% tax. Thank you.
| | | Welcome to Wwolst12. The#1 eBay site for Antiques, Collectibles and Art, according to eBay statistics! We are a small family business who works closely with 38 professional art. Antique, and collectible pickers, located in ten states between Maine and Virginia. Every day we list up to 30 unique, rare, and unusual items from ancient antiquities to mid 20th century collectibles. Please, bookmark our auction site! We promise that you will see, and have an opportunity to buy, a wide variety of rare and valuable items; the large majority of which are fresh to the market! Thank You& Happy eBaying from all of us at RIICS Inc. From the base of this Spencer Binocular Microscope to the top of the double eye pieces measures 13” Included in the case are 5 Bausch& Lomb Objectives… 8.3mm 0.65. 4.3mm 1.00, 4mm 0.95, 2mm 1.40, 2mm 1.30. The ... moreserial number is 87582 and the serial number indicates this microscope was manufactured in 1923. There are some chips to the black paint but overall this scope is in very good working condition. The original wooden case measures 14 1/8 x 9 x 7 ¼ and locks with a skeleton key. It has some scratches and marks of wear but the Microscope has been protected and is in good. Working condition. We guarantee 100% that the high bidder will be more than satisfied with the quality. Condition, age and authenticity, or we will return all of the high bidder’s money. This Spencer microscope is being listed with No Reserve! Please check out our other auctions for other vintage microscopes we are listing this week. We list quality art. Antiques and collectibles everyday and you never know what you may find listed without any reserve. Every auction is listed for 10 days. Starting at.99cents and sold without any reserve! Also, we give a 100% Unconditional Money Back Guarantee on every sale! We guarantee that the high bidder will be totally satisfied with the quality. Age, condition& authenticity of every auction we sell. We promise to list only the very best antiques and collectibles,
Incredible all original microscope set frozen in time! Serial number indicates this microscope is 100 years old! Serial number on microscope matches original door card. All lenses of microscope match lenses listed on door card. Lens Containers match lens powers. Original cedar oil glass container in brass protective brass shell. Original booklet printed in 1926. Blue glass filter. Microscope serial number indicates it was manufactured in 1926. Original resellers envelope from Boston Massachusetts. Original felt lined case. Beautiful piece of artistic scientific history. Take care of it for another 100 years please.
Serial number 94135 which indicates the microscope was manufactured in 1925.You will enjoy it for another 90 years! Coin not included.
This auction is for a Antique Bausch& Lomb Binocular Research Microscope w/Wooden Case and Lenses. Scope is in decent condition with the sort of aging and wear one would expect from something like this. I have no idea how old it is although this model looks older than other similar microscopes I've seen on eBay and online. I don't think it's missing anything but I have no idea if it might be. It looks like there are 4 sets of lenses here at different magnifications and it looks like the mirror is intact. The box seems like it is in decent shape and it has a metal badge on top that has a lab stock number probably was used in a working research situation. Seems like a nice resto project for someone who admires antique microscopes. Low start price. Please check out my other auctions on eBay for more neat stuff. Thank you for ... morelooking! 40g.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d72f%2B%3E40g-14bfc65c4da-0x110-