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antique R& J Beck London star microscope c1880 antique R& J Beck London star microscope c1880 This is possibly a military version of this early ... moremicroscope. It is in a condition that is commensurate with its age. Please use the super size option to study the photos and ask any questions you need to satisfy yourself as to its condition An example of the R.J.BECK STAR microscope. It's serial number. 15834 dating it to approx. 1880 together with the name and address R& J Beck. London are found on the back of the limb. The main body parts are"arsenic black" on brass and lacquered brass. This microscope has rack& pinion and fine focussing. The square stage has stage clips. The plano-concave mirror is mounted on an articulated arm from the limb. Which allows it to be swung over the stage for oblique illumination. The instrument uses double element objective. Any questions please ask I accept all types of payments other than credit cards. Cheques have to clear before I can dispatch your item I ship worldwide so its worth asking for a price. Please bear in mind that the price includes packaging materials. and now a 10% surcharge placed on all postage charged by ebay. All items are described to the best of my ability with photos. So please check you are happy. Ask any questions or request more photos to satisfy yourself as to what you are buying I buy and sell as a hobby. My prices are based on research and guesswork so if you think it is to high ask the question.
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The Historical Archive Sample Page Book Collection on DVD The microscope was one of the most important developments in the history of science. By creating ... morea device that could see very small. New discoveries were made that literally transformed the world. From health and medicine to materials science to everything in between, the microscope played a big part in the major advancements of all technologies. This collection of 35 books and 16 issues of the journal The Microscope explore the earlier history of this hugely versatile instrument. Here is a collection of the books/journals in this collection: Microscope books The microscope: its history. Construction, and applications(1869) Hogg, Jabez- 762 pages, The microscope; a simple handbook(1921) Beck. Conrad- 144 pages, The microscope; an advanced handbook(1921) Beck. Conrad- 231 pages, The microscope(1920) Hawks. Ellison- 154 pages, Beck microscopes(19- 116 pages, The microscope: excerpts] from The museum of science and art(1856) Lardner. Dionysius- 250 pages, Manipulation of the microscope(1897) Bausch. Edward- 200 pages, The microscope and histology(1892) Gage. Simon Henry- 234 pages, The Telescope and Microscope(1852) Thomas Dick- 178 pages, Evenings at the microscope(pref. 1859) Gosse. Philip Henry- 468 pages, Nature through microscope& camera(1909) Kerr. Richard- 344 pages, The microscope and its revelations Volume 1(1883) Carpenter. William Benjamin- 388 pages, The microscope and its revelations Volume 2(1883) Carpenter. William Benjamin- 354 pages, Photography Applied to the Microscope(1891) Frederick William Mills. Thomas Charters White- 61 pages, The microscope; a practical handbook(1922) Wright. Lewis; Drew, Aubrey H- 287 pages, Common objects of the microscope(1861) Wood. J. G. John George) West, Tuffen- 188 pages, How to See with the Microscope(1885) J Edwards Smith- 420 pages, How to Work with the Microscope(1868) Lionel Smith Beale- 550 pages, The microscope in the bre
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R& J Beck London Econo mic Micr oscope Fitted Wood en Case 19th Cent ury Serial# 15654 Offered in this listing is an antique R& J Beck Monocular Economic Microscope in fitted. Wood case w/ key. I believe this to from around 1890 based on similar dated examples in the same serial number range. I also believe this to be the Economic style based on web research prior to listing. Included are two objective lens' marked 1/6 R& J Beck and 1 R& J Beck. It has evidence of wear and use in the form of scratching and rubs. The wood box has damage on the rear corner. Refer to photos for details and feel free to ask questions. Thank you for viewing and kindly visit my other items currently for sale. North Carolina residents are subject to a 7% sales tax. International shipping to most countries(some exclusions) at exact cost through ... moreinsured USPS Express Mail(inquire about cost prior to bidding) International buyers. Please note: Import duties. Taxes, and charges(typically collected upon delivery or pickup) are the buyer’s responsibility and are not included in the item price or shipping charges. Please check with your country’s customs office prior to bidding/buying to determine what these additional costs will be.
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.
| 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
Nice condition slide from the 180's. It is in good condition and defect free. a 3" x 1" slide. Some surface dirt and stain to the tag. I am a old school wholesaler dealer and scour GA and New England for the best to buy for my customers. I am also the founder of WorthPoint and would encourage all to visit it if you want to research antique prices.I focus on happy repeat customers and love what I do and try to ensure all customers are happy. I do not stay glued to my computer and have a real job so please do not expect instantaneous answers. Consider your source when buying. I have sold over 11.000 items on eBay and have 99.9% positive feedback. I charge GA sales tax to GA residents. I specialize in paper. Photos, coins and militaria. I sell about anything except reproductions. If it is not old, I say so. If there is a defect, ... moreI also say so. If you know more than me about something, that is OK, as I do not mind learning or being told that I am wrong and strive for accuracy. You can always learn more in this business. If I make a mistake, and we all do, I will take responsibility for it and you can return the item. If buying internationally. Email me for final postage if you are the winner. eBay's quoted postage tends to be too high for a 1st class envelope. Also I make a full decloration of sales value, thus please do not ask or expect otherwise.
Due to some new priorities I clear now a section of my collection of antique microscopes in favor of other models. Between June and August 2013 I will gradually list some high end single and compound microscopes. All dating to the 2 nd half of the 17 th. The 18 th. And the 19 th centuries. If you are a serious collector. Please follow my lists. I will not sell outside of eBay, so please avoid addressing me with such requests. Please read carefully the following report. The figures are an integral part of this description. Offered for auction is an antique high quality brass microscope: The New National" model by R&J Beck. Serial number is 8929. Dating this instrument to 1878. The microscope is extremely well preserved and it comes with a fine mahogany case(with the key. But the lock needs some oiling) two objectives, two oculars, ... morestage forceps, a pair of tweezers, and additional accessories. History This model is representing the typical design of the scientific English microscope of the later 19th century. Known as the Lister-limb. It was designed by Joseph Jackson Lister to stabilize the stand due to the introduction of the achromatic microscope and the higher magnifications that it enabled, and became the first really satisfactory microscope structure ever to be made. Richard Beck and Joseph Beck established the R&J Beck Company in London in 1843. This company introduced a number of inexpensive models and helped popularize the use of the microscope. This model. The second largest in the Beck line(also called the National Microscope) is little changed from one of Smith’s original designs. Made for training medical students in histology, this instrument has a sliding stage with an aperture that can be closed. It was followed by the much lesser quality"Economical" model of the later 19th century. The last figure(ad. is not included in this listing and it is for demonstration purposes only. SHIPPING(please read carefully! The microscope is heavy hence my shipping fee! But see below) Shipping
You are bidding on a: Antique Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Brass Microscope Model No. 113877 with two lenses R. J. Beck"1 In" Lense Carl Zeiss"D" Lense This microscope is in very good to excellent condition. It has a few scrapes on the front of the brass body. See photos, but they may well all come out with a bit of polishing. I will ship FREE to anywhere in the Continental USA! Please note my 14 day return policy. See my 100% satisfaction rating, read my buyer feedback and bid with confidence.
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Smith& Beck Microscope owned and used by W.B.Carpenter 1855, Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album This listing offers a unique chance to purchase a working microscope used by one of the foremost and familiar microscopists of the nineteenth century. William.Benjamin Carpenter. That the instrument was a working microscope owned by Dr Carpenter is evidenced by various references: The delivery books of Smith& Beck. Where an Educational model microscope, numbered 1043, was delivered to Dr Carpenter on 13.11.55(see description for a photo of the entry) Smith& Beck's pamphlet of the"Description. Price&c of the Educational Microscope Manufactured by Smith, Beck& Beck" which includes a testimonial on the instrument from Carpenter, who describes it as follows: Having for some ... moremonths past made constant use of Smith& Beck's Educational Microscope as my working instrument. See description for an image of the full reference) A description of Smith& Beck's Educational Microscope(undoubtedly the instrument offered here) As a late entry in the first edition of Carpenter's seminal work, The Microscope and it's Revelations, one of the most popular and reprinted works on nineteenth century microscopy(see description for a photograph of the book entry) W.B.Carpenter's reputation as an eminent microscopical investigator was firmly established by the mid-nineteenth century. With his appointment as Fullerian Professor of Physiology at the Royal Institution in 1845, the position taken shortly after his election as a fellow of the Royal Society. His pioneering researches in marine zoology are considered the impetus behind the subsequent expeditions of HMS Lightning and Challenger, indeed it is possible that the portability of his Educational microscope may have made it perfect for use during Carpenter's regular working excursions to the Scottish islands in the mid to late 1850s, where he examined oceanographic soundings on site, publ
Normal slide slide in good condition. Part of a 1.000 slide collection I am selling. Acarus Scabiei" I am a old school wholesaler dealer and scour GA and New England for the best to buy for my customers. I am also the founder of WorthPoint and would encourage all to visit it if you want to research antique prices.I focus on happy repeat customers and love what I do and try to ensure all customers are happy. I do not stay glued to my computer and have a real job so please do not expect instantaneous answers. Consider your source when buying. I have sold over 11.000 items on eBay and have 99.9% positive feedback. I charge GA sales tax to GA residents. I specialize in paper. Photos, coins and militaria. I sell about anything except reproductions. If it is not old, I say so. If there is a defect, I also say so. If you know more than me about ... moresomething, that is OK, as I do not mind learning or being told that I am wrong and strive for accuracy. You can always learn more in this business. If I make a mistake, and we all do, I will take responsibility for it and you can return the item. If buying internationally. Email me for final postage if you are the winner. eBay's quoted postage tends to be too high for a 1st class envelope. Also I make a full decloration of sales value, thus please do not ask or expect otherwise.
Slide from mid 1800's. Small flake to the upper left corner likely done in polishing. I am a old school wholesaler dealer and scour GA and New England for the best to buy for my customers. I am also the founder of WorthPoint and would encourage all to visit it if you want to research antique prices.I focus on happy repeat customers and love what I do and try to ensure all customers are happy. I do not stay glued to my computer and have a real job so please do not expect instantaneous answers. Consider your source when buying. I have sold over 11.000 items on eBay and have 99.9% positive feedback. I charge GA sales tax to GA residents. I specialize in paper. Photos, coins and militaria. I sell about anything except reproductions. If it is not old, I say so. If there is a defect, I also say so. If you know more than me about something, ... morethat is OK, as I do not mind learning or being told that I am wrong and strive for accuracy. You can always learn more in this business. If I make a mistake, and we all do, I will take responsibility for it and you can return the item. If buying internationally. Email me for final postage if you are the winner. eBay's quoted postage tends to be too high for a 1st class envelope. Also I make a full decloration of sales value, thus please do not ask or expect otherwise.
Nice condition slide from the 1800's. I am a old school wholesaler dealer and scour GA and New England for the best to buy for my customers. I am also the founder of WorthPoint and would encourage all to visit it if you want to research antique prices.I focus on happy repeat customers and love what I do and try to ensure all customers are happy. I do not stay glued to my computer and have a real job so please do not expect instantaneous answers. Consider your source when buying. I have sold over 11.000 items on eBay and have 99.9% positive feedback. I charge GA sales tax to GA residents. I specialize in paper. Photos, coins and militaria. I sell about anything except reproductions. If it is not old, I say so. If there is a defect, I also say so. If you know more than me about something, that is OK, as I do not mind learning or being told ... morethat I am wrong and strive for accuracy. You can always learn more in this business. If I make a mistake, and we all do, I will take responsibility for it and you can return the item. If buying internationally. Email me for final postage if you are the winner. eBay's quoted postage tends to be too high for a 1st class envelope. Also I make a full decloration of sales value, thus please do not ask or expect otherwise.
Antique R& J Beck London 18067 Williams Brown& Earle Philadelphia Microscope. This scarce early/ antique microscope is marked by the R& J Beck London company with the number 18067. It is also marked on the base by Williams Brown& Earle Philadelphia. Measures about 9.25" tall. 5.5" base(rear to front) and 4.5" across rear of base. Mirror at bottom measures about 1.5" diameter. This weighs close to 5 lbs. Please see pictures for details and condition~ This is an antique item and not new. It does show signs of age and use. Heavy patina and some rust on side bolts. We can't find another of this model listed anywhere! We are not sure what parts it would have had to start with but please check the pictures for what is there now. We are not experts on microscopes but we can be directed to check things for ... moreyou. If you have specific questions please email us prior to bidding. Click to visit our Ebay store. Join us on FACEBOOK for specials& fun! Read our"terms" below for further details. inventory#130948) Join Antique ReVisions on FACEBOOK! Like" us for Specials. Vintage Tips, Facts& Fun! TERMS"~* Please email any questions prior to bidding. Most items are vintage and any significant flaws or signs of wear that we see will be pictured or described to the best of our ability. Our items are not always perfect and occasionally we are not perfect either(although we do our best) We are not experts regarding this item. We are not authorized agents or representatives of any name brand. ©, ™ or ® item. We simply have lovely, pre-owned items available for sale. Our precious metals and diamonds are independently tested for authenticity and we stand behind our listings. We do our best to describe things given our training, knowledge, ability and research. Ultimately. you make the call. Colors may vary slightly due to settings on monitors and electronic devices. Unless otherwise stated. All pictures are of the actual item that you will receive. Our pictures
Nice condition slide from 1850's-70's. Odd slide made of balsa wood or some other light substance. I am a old school wholesaler dealer and scour GA and New England for the best to buy for my customers. I am also the founder of WorthPoint and would encourage all to visit it if you want to research antique prices.I focus on happy repeat customers and love what I do and try to ensure all customers are happy. I do not stay glued to my computer and have a real job so please do not expect instantaneous answers. Consider your source when buying. I have sold over 11.000 items on eBay and have 99.9% positive feedback. I charge GA sales tax to GA residents. I specialize in paper. Photos, coins and militaria. I sell about anything except reproductions. If it is not old, I say so. If there is a defect, I also say so. If you know more than me ... moreabout something, that is OK, as I do not mind learning or being told that I am wrong and strive for accuracy. You can always learn more in this business. If I make a mistake, and we all do, I will take responsibility for it and you can return the item. If buying internationally. Email me for final postage if you are the winner. eBay's quoted postage tends to be too high for a 1st class envelope. Also I make a full decloration of sales value, thus please do not ask or expect otherwise.
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
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Here we have a very nice early 20th Century brass Microscope made by R. J. Beck. Ltd, London. The serial number is 27083. The microscope is in very good condition for its age. I lightly cleaned the dust from it. And examined a piece of hair. It works very well, aside from the dust that appears under power. Most of the original Lacquer is still on the brass, probably about 95% or so. Everything works as it should. Including the course and fine focus. The instrument will tip back and stay in place at various angles as it should as well. The iris on the condenser is also functional, however, the leaves were a little banged up when I got it, so I took it apart and put it back together.consequently, I make no assertions that the iris will stay in tact after repeated use. There are two objective lenses on it. One is marked X50. Watson B3379, Para ... more4mm NA 70. The other is marked R& J Beck Ltd 2/3 14mm A. These lenses thread into a dual housing that can be rolled to select one lens or the other. The housing for the lenses slides into place on the microscope as opposed to threading on, and it doesn't seem to fit as tight as it should, though it will stay in place. The mirror is in good shape, with a little clouding around the edges. There is one small ding on the microscope. As pictured in the last pic. It is about the size of a pencil eraser and about 1 milimeter deep; it does not affect anything. Good luck bidding. I will ship International. But rates will vary; please contact me for an international shipping quote before bidding.
You are looking a at an antique compressorium for a microscope. It is most like English from the late 19th century. It is in excellent shape. And the glass on the bottom end is nice; the cover glass is missing, and has been lost under my watch probably due to children.
in vg cond.Was in old estate stored for many years, needs polished and clean up if you want to display,I don't removed patina from antiques as I feels ruins their value. I leave that up to the buyer.23 inches tall,very heavy. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
800x600 This is the nicest old microscope that we have ever come across. It is a very old(we think c.1880’s) serial#4777 R&J Beck microscope from London. England and it comes with its original(and beautiful) fitted wooden box, four other lens attachments besides the one on the scope, special oil, brass container and another small glass bottle. The microscope is solid metal with a brass body and a heavy cast metal base. The scope is in excellent condition but the focusing gear slips and will no move the lens mount up and down. I was told that this was a relatively easy fix for an instrument repair person. The optics appears to all be Bosch& Lomb and this is stamped on the bottom of the scope and on one of the brass tubes in the case. The condition is very good and the scope would be spectacular if it was cleaned up. This is certainly ... morethe most vintage microscope we have ever had. It deserves to be in a fine scientific instrument collection! ABOUT THE MANUFACTURER– R& J BECK: The firm that was ultimately to become R& J Beck was founded by James Smith(1789– 1870) who was a very talented mathematical instrument maker. It was rather late in his life. At age 50, when he established himself in business in 1839 in London. From 1839 to 1847, his business was located at 50 Ironmonger Row, Old Street, London. Smith received the assistance of the famous lens maker, J.J. Lister, in the design of his 1inch, ½ inch and ¼ inch objective lenses used on his microscopes. Smith also made microscopes for Lister’s many clients. In 1840, Stand Number 41 went to Lister himself and in 1841 Stand Number 43 was sold to the Microscopical Society of London. In addition, one of Smith’s microscopes found its way into the hands of the famous naturalist, Charles Darwin. A nephew of J. J. Lister was Richard Beck(1827– 1866) Who was sent by Lister as an apprentice to Smith in 1846. One year later(in 1847) Beck was taken into partnership with Smith, and the firm was called“Smith& Beck. At this time the new partnership w
ANTIQUE MICROSCOPE SLIDE. OVERSIZED. ORIGINAL BECK GERMAN IMPORT FROM THE 1860's. CAT INTESTINE(ILEUM) SHOWING PEYER'S GLANDS. INJECTED. SEE IMAGES FOR CONDITION. CRACK ACROSS SIDE OF COVER SLIP I ALSO BUY ANTIQUE MICROSCOPE SLIDES. VISIT www.antiquemicroscopeslides.co.uk FOR MORE INFORMATION. SHIPPING CHARGES UK; £3.70( U P TO £50.00 VALUE. SENT VIA ROYAL MAIL 2ND CLASS RECORDED) £6. 3 0(OVER £50.00 AND UP TO £500.00 VALUE. SENT VIA ROYAL MAIL SPECIAL DELIVERY) E UROPE; £3.00(UP TO £50.00 VALUE. SENT VIA ROYAL MAIL SMALL PACKETS) £9.00( OVER £50.00 VALUE AND UP TO £270.00 VALUE. SENT VIA ROYAL MAIL INTERNATIONAL SIGNED FOR) RE ST OF WORLD; £3.50(UPTO £50.00 VALUE. SENT VIA ROYAL MAIL SMALL PACKETS) £11.50(OVER £50.00 AND UP TO £270.00 VALUE. SENT VIA ROYAL ... moreMAIL INTERNATIONAL SIGNED FOR) PLEASE WAIT FOR AN INVOICE BEFORE MAKING ANY PAYMENT I WILL COMBINE POSTAGE WHEREVER POSSIBLE. POSTAGE ONLY CHARGED ON THE FIRST SLIDE. ALL OTHER SLIDES PACK AGED TOGETHER AND SHIPPED AT NO FURTHER CHARGE. 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. 1?RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Feog4d72f%2B%3E%3B1%3F-1440fc159ef-0xdc-
| | | 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, Bill. Wendy, Lindsey, Yaya, Lisa, Darlene, Rich& Sarah. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE. We have posted many close up photographs so you can see the high quality and the excellent condition of this ... moreantique R&J Beck. Brass Microscope. It measures 7” by 8” by 15” tall and is in perfect original condition.I n one of the last photographs you will see all of the extra lens that belong with this microscope. These lens and the ones that are on the microscope are in perfect clear condition. This circa 1890s Beck Microscope comes in its original 9 ½” by 9 ½” by 17” tall dovetailed case. If you search the internet you will find other antique brass microscopes by R&J Beck. You will also find that they can see for high prices. Even so. We are listing this fine example without any reserve, plus we guarantee that the high bidder will be totally satisfied with its age, quality, condition and authenticity or all of their money will be returned! If you get a chance please check out our other eBay auctions. We list every day and you never know what you might find listed without any reserve. ATTENTION TO ALL OF OUR BIDDERS. CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO LEARN ABOUT OUR NEW LISTING SCHEDULE BEWARE OF FRAUDULENT SECOND CHANCE OFFERS! MANY OF OUR BIDDERS ARE RECIEVING FAKE SECOND CHANCE OFFERS ON OUR AUCTIONS. THESE ARE A SCAM AND EBAY IS LOOKING INTO STOPPING THEM. IF YOU RECE
Preparation of the elytron(wing-case) of a diamond beetle. A brilliantly colored insect that was a favorite of Victorian microscopists. The cover slip is intact, the mountant has crazed, but does not affect viewing of the specimen. Smith Beck& Beck moved to 31 Cornhill during 1863, and James Smith retired in 1864, whereupon the company became R& J Beck. For information o n early microscopy. Visit and. And on Facebook at Please see our other microscopy items. Multiple purchases save on shipping. Postage price includes insurance. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*a4%601gc%3E-14462334afa-0x10b-
Up for Auction is. Antiques 1870"s R& J Beck. 31 Cornhill, London#7897 Binocular Microscope The Original Box has some damages. Such as being broken and cracked as you can see in the pictures. Some of the accessorys are missing but i think that this is in working order. For its age this is in beautiful condition and can be used for a musuem collection. But i dont know much about this item. The original mahogany box. With carrying handle measures 19½ x 9½ x 12inches. Shipping will be done in the 48 USA States only. I will ship in the fastest manner available. Or if you have special shipping needs. If you have any questions please ask. You are bidding on what is in the pictures. Thank you for bidding good luck Payment is due within 3 days Paypal only 0fe.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d70f%2B%3E0fe-144da311b96-0x10c-
Mount of aquatic polyzoa. Retailed by Smith, Beck and Beck ca. 1863. Patterned paper on front, solid blue-green paper on the sides and back, in fine condition. For information on early microscopy. Visit and. And on Facebook at Please see our other microscopy items. Multiple purchases save on shipping. Postage price includes insurance. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp73%28e013%3F%3E%3A-144f77e5b70-0x10d-
BASE DIAMETER 2.25 INCHES PILLAR HEIGHT 4.5 INCHES SOLID BRASS BASE- NO Pb FILLED NOTE: HAND MAGNIFIERS MISSING REFERENCE: Fig. 173. Pg. 175- GL'E TURNER, The Great Age of the Microscope"
Monocular icroscope by R. J. Beck. English late 19th century. Serial No. 19528. Brass. Finish. Function, optics: good. 5" high, closed. Tilting compass jopint. 3.5" wide x 3"m long stage. Removable mechanical stage. Double objective nosepiece. Sub stage self centering module consisting of an Abbe condenser, iris diaphragm and filter holder are vertically adjustable by rack and pinion. Fully adjustable 1.8" dia. plano-concave mirror in fair to good condition. 4.8" long x 3.7" wide horseshoe base with inscription on back foot: R. J. Beck. London. 19528' Fitted dark finished case is 13.3" high x 7.6" wide x 6.7" deep. Lock and key. Brass bail. Accessories include: Analyzer, Polarizer, Beck vertical illuminator in canister, vertical illuminator, dark box, oculars marked: 1' and'2' objectives ... moremarked: 1.5' and'2/3' graduated objective in canister marked: 1/4'parabolic reflector. The fitted, dark finished mahogany case has a lock and key and brass bail and is in good+ condition. A magnifying power table is mounted behind door. This microscope is in pristine condition. Offered as shown. Inquiries invited.
The dovetailed case for this antique Beck microscope has done a good job of keeping it in excellent shape. Still a bit dusty around the edges. It could use a thorough cleaning. Pictures tell the story. Several accessories for oil, etc. Made circa 1900 by my estimate. 19246 appears to be a serial number under the Beck name. Please write with any questions. This will ship for $25.00 or less in USA by Fedex Home delivery. I accept all forms of payment.
Box has some slight fire damage. Inside sustained little to no damage. Items are all brass with some parts that says R& J Beck 31. Cornhill London. There's 18 pcs. out of 21 holes. All the Items that are present are in excellent condition. Includes antique all brass magnifying glass. The brass over all is tarnished and need polished. possibly late 1800's.
Please read the complete description regarding shipping cost. The base plate is approximately 3.9 by 8.1 cm. Diameter of the cover glass is 3.4 cm. The compressor is in good working order. Both glasses are in good condition, no chips or cracks. There are spots and light scratches on the brass. It would benefit from a cleaning but will leave that to the new owner. I will also be listing a good microscope condenser today. WANTED: February 1944 issue of Rod& Gun in Canada magazine. Shipping within Canada is from $9.19 to $13.93, to the U.S. is $8.00 and air mail to the U.K. and Europe is $9.37. Please enquire for shipping rate to other countries. eBay has attached a shipping cost to this item but IT MIGHT NOT BE CORRECT. So please do not pay until I send an invoice with correct shipping, based on the buyer's location. Please read my ... moreTerms before bidding. SHIPPING: Buyer to pay shipping at actual cost. No handling fee. The postage price is listed with the description of the item. Combined shipping on multiple purchases. I ship the item immediately upon receipt of payment. But I have no control over the length of the shipping time. I ship using Canadian Postal Service. Occasionally items shipped Internationally are delayed at Customs. If shipping charge is not given in the description, please do not send payment until I have sent an invoice with accurate shipping, based on buyer's location. Please ignore any eBay-generated shipping charges-they are pure fiction. LAY-AWAY PLAN is available-please enquire regarding terms. RETURNS: Purchase price refunded if item is not as described. No partial refunds. Item must be returned in the same condition as when it was shipped. OTHER: Please ask any questions before bidding. I do not end auctions early or have Buy it Now prices. So please don't ask. I have 100% positive feedback. If you have a problem with my item or service please contact me and the issue will be resolved. Thanks for looking and good luck.
Non Functioning. This is a project scope Have had this on my shelf in my office for many years and it looks impressive from a distance. This scope is missing many many parts Note the photo of the lack of eyepieces and objective. No parts available that I know of. This scope is missing many parts; repeat many parts. Parts are no longer available. Many people would comment on how unusual it was. Most did not realize it was missing many parts. This is for the hobbyist who has the time to shine it real good with Brasso and display and it is only good for display. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Feog4d71f%2B%3F4f%3E-146b91543c9-0x108-
Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE ANTIQUE R& J BECK LONDON STUDENT ALL BRASS MICROSCOPE Up for auction is a antique all brass R& J Beck London Student Microscope. The design appears to be circa 1885 with a solid brass triangular base. It has a elliptical sliding aperture pale under the stage with 4 different apertures. Micrometer screw adjustment Missing one stage clip. A plano and convex mirror with hairlines. The specifications are: Serial Number: 17066 Height:10.5 inches Brass Base: 3.5' x 2.75"5.5" x 4.2" Objective: Labeled 1 IN R&J Beck The Billings Microscope Catalog on page 92 describes one(AFIP 725) with a cast iron base. This is a better grade as its base is brass. As similar model is in the London Science museum
You are bidding on a SMITH BECK& BECK BINOCULAR MICROSCOPE from 1860’s The Microscope comes with an assortment of lens and accessories and is Marked London and with serial number"4449" It Measurements Just over 15" tall and Mirror on both sides has cracquelure. Overall. The microscope is in good condition. Domestic Shipping is Free International Shipping is $75.00 USPS Express Mail ONLY. Email me if you have any questions.
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MICROSCOPE EYEPIECE CAMERA LUCIDA. FITS OVER EYE LENS AFTER EYE-CUP IS REMOVED. INSIDE SLEVE DIAMETER = 0.885 INCHES. FITS R& J. BECK"ECONOMICAL MODEL. PATHOLOGICAL MICROSCOPE, NEW NATIONAL BINOCULAR MODEL" 1.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp73%28b0g%60%60%3E1-147abe3e8f9-0x10a-
Striking Binocular Microscope Smith Beck& Beck in Good Condition. England. 1860 Fine binocular microscope made 1860. Quite well preserved and working right. This instrument was manufactured in England and has survived to our days in good condition. It comes in its original case, made of solid mahogany wood and also well preserved. Most of the microscope’s component parts are made of polished brass, and a few are made of black iron. The instrument mounts a three-lens revolving nosepiece and comes with some accessories that are stored in their corresponding compartments, inside the wooden box. At the foot of the microscope we find the embossed manufacturer’s name: SMITH. BECK& BECK– LONDON. We can also see the serial number 1454 engraved into a golden oval shape. The manufacturing firm was founded by James Smith, who was actually fired ... moreby Joseph Jackson Lister(a famous designer of object lens systems) to make good quality stands for his developments. In 1841 and thanks to Lister’s help, Smith had already had a business of his own in London. In 1847 Richard Beck, a nephew of Lister’s, was sent as an apprentice to Smith’s factory and the firm started to be called Smith& Beck. Later, Beck’s brother(Joseph) joined them and the firm changed its name for Smith, Beck& Beck. This particular microscope was manufactured in those times. In spite of being around 150 years old. The microscope looks great. The brass shows the logical though subtle signs of the trace of time; these details provide the piece with personality. This instrument can also be folded in order to be put away into the wooden case, in its own compartment. The case is also in good condition and preserves the original handle and shutting hooks. Inside the lid there is a label with the name of an English scientific material maker, H. CARTER BOWLES. Any lover of scientific antiques will appreciate this rare binocular microscope’s beauty and functionality. Measurements: Width: 7.4 in/19 cm. Height: 12.9 in/33 cm. I think I left nothing in the des
This is an Antique 1800s R& J Beck Brass Microscope with its original Case& Accessories. This microscope has never been shined up so there is a lot of surface wear that has not been altered. There is also a part that goes where you look at your speciman that has a circular glass lens that is cracked. The case is very well constructed and has the original key. Even the tweezers have somehow stayed with this scope. The number 8918 is on the edge of one of the feet. I am by no means an expert on these scientific devices so please look closely at the images for best description. Shipping will depend on your zip code.
SMITH& BECK. 6 COLEMAN ST, LONDON 797" Ca 1853 CASE IS ORIGINAL WITH LOCK AND KEY. ONE OBJECTIVE LENS- PRE-RMS THREADS AS IS THE NOISEPIECE. OBJECTIVE THREADS IN TO CANISTER LID(CANISTER PROBABLY ORIGINAL. BUT MISSING SMITH& BECK ENGRAVING) THREE OCULAR TOP HAT LENSES. DEFECTS: LID OF CASE HAS DAMAGE. LOW POWER OCULAR LENS IS MISSING EYE GLASS. MIRROR IS DETERIORATED, CASE MISSING SOME ACCESSORIES.
Antique R& J Beck Luminex Microscope in Original Box with Lens and Instructions Original Box Very Clean and Working This listing is for a very nice antique microscope. The original chrome finish is in very good condition. This is a genuine R& J Beck Company Luminex microscope. It is in the original box and comes with the lens and the original instruction manual. This microscope is working however it needs a new bulb. This is a precision scope and the lens has a ruler on in for making microscopic measurements. You will get exactly what is shown in the pictures. The box measures 7 1/2" x 3" x 1 3/4" to give you an idea of size. SAVE HUGE ON COMBINED SHIPPING. WE ONLY CHARGE THE EXACT COST(Please wait to pay and contact us for an updated invoice) Tax is included for Canadian orders! We pay the HST for you! We are a registered ... morebusiness in Ontario) Never Any Reserve! All questions will be answered promptly! All of our shipping labels are printed through PayPal! All items will be insured for the full value! Insurance is always included! Local Pick-Up is always available! We are always willing to work with our customers. So if there is ever one of our items that you would like to bid on but need to wait to make payment please just contact us first and we can arrange something that works best for you.
Labeled"Winged Seed" Excellent views with indirect lighting(parabola" or by transmitted light with crossed polarizing filters(polariscope" The front papers are initialed"S" and"B" the mark of microscope-producers Smith and Beck. Solid black paper on the back and edges. For information on early microscopy. Visit and. And on Facebook at Please see our other microscopy items. Multiple purchases save on shipping. Postage price includes insurance.
Antique SMITH& BECK MICROSCOPE SLIDE CABINET. 29 drawers, c. 1850s SMITH& BECK MICROSCOPE SLI DE CABINET Antique Smith& Beck Wood Cabinet for microscopic specimen slide storage. Approx 18 x 15 x 12-1/4 inches. 28 drawers. Each approx 12-1/4 x 9-3/4 x 1/4 inches; the bottom drawer is approx 2-1/2 inches deep. Each of the shallow drawers has a number-labeled knob(25 is missing) the bottom drawer has a brass pull-ring. Several of the drawers have prepared specimen slides, but most are empty. Drawer bottoms are lined in blue felt. A small hard-cover journal is included. Approx 6-3/74 x 8 x 1/4 inches with marbled covers, endpapers and page edges. Many pages are filled with hand-written notes identifying the slides once stored in the cabinet. No manufacturer's marks are visible on the cabinet; copies of correspondence from R&L ... moreBeck Ltd. London, dated 1935 confirm the Beck designation and date the microscope included in a separate auction to mid 1850s(the correspondence is included in the microscope auction; photocopies of that correspondence will be included in this auction) The cabinet is in good antique condition with minor bumps and scratches. The door once had a glass pane- the glass is missing. The door has a locking latch(no key) cast brass handle on the top. NOTE: in a separate concurrent auction. We are selling a 1850s vintage Smith& Beck Binocular Microscope in a matching cabinet. 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 opt
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
Lot of 3 antique microscope glass slides of various butterfly( Lepidoptera papilion) wings collected from the US. England and South America. All are beautifully dry mounted and prepared by JD Cox or Smith. Beck& Beck. Slides are dated 1874. 1876 and 1877. See photos for details. Feel free to ask any questions and thanks for looking!
For sale is a Smith Beck& Beck Microscope that is missing many Parts. I believe this would date to the l860s. The serial number is 3288. Missing tons of stuff as pictured. This is basically just the base, frame and stage. Has tarnish and some oxidation, some minor scratches. The screws that hold the stag and and frame need to be tightened. Click on pictures to enlarge for more details Shipping is USPS Parcel Select to the lower 48 states Missouri Residents must pay 8.35% sales tax
BRASS PAINTED BLACK CANISTER IMPRINTED"16 MM" ON LID
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.
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
c.1860's Smith Beck& Beck 31 Cornhill London#3769 Brass Microscope w/ Extras Measures approx. 16.5" tall. c. Mid 1800's. Auction includes slide box with slides. Lenses and all the accessories that are pictured. The gear that moves the main body tube up and down from the stage is either stripped or frozen. The gears that move the stage up and down and left and right appear to be working. Mechanically I don't know what else to say about this piece as I know very little about vintage microscopes. Please use the photos as your true guide to condition and if you have question please ask before you bid. This is just one of many unique antique items that I just purchased from a private collection and have up for auction. Be sure to check out my other items to see more of this amazing collection. All bidders please read my shipping ... moredescription very carefully before you bid. Insurance for the final purchase amount will be added to the shipping cost at the end of the auction. Please wait for an invoice from me with a total before you pay. Please use my photos as your true guide to condition. Age, model etc. and contact me with any questions. All items sold in"AS IS" condition. Thank You. I accept payment through Pay-Pal ONLY! Payment must be made within 48 hours from the end of auction. Unless we have made other arrangements prior to the end of the auction. I ship most items within 3 business days from receiving payment. Actual shipping and handling charges may vary depending on the zone or country you live in. I will send you an invoice with a total at the end of the auction with the total amount for shipping based on your location. I will ship international per request. Shipping and handling charges for international bidders will be determined after the auction has ended. I ONLY ship via"USPS PRIORITY MAIL" for domestic and international. Please remember shipping and handling is more than just the cost of postage. Insurance cost extra as well as shipping supplies(labels. Peanuts,
OBJECTIVE AND OCULAR GLASS LENSES IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. LARGE MIRROR- TWO-SIDED- PLANO VERY GOOD AND CONCAVE SIDE SHOWING SOME SPIDERING. NEITHER SIDE CRACKED OR BROKEN. MECHANICAL STAGE GEARING IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. RACK AND PINION IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. NOTE: OBJECTIVE LENS NOT RMS THREADED( 695 INCHES AND 44 OR 48 THREADS PER INCH) MECHANICAL STAGE MISSING TOP PLATE(SUPER STAGE)
OBJECTIVE LENS" R& J. BECK 1/8- 130 o UNCOVERED- 0-9" GOLDEN LACQUER IS ALMOST 100% ORIGINAL WITH EXCEPTION TO A FEW SPOTS ON THE BASE. NOTE: THE MIRROR IS A REPLACEMENT- NOT ORIGINAL
Here we have an Antique R. J. Beck. London, Compound Microscope, STAR Model, Serial No. 19208, Circa 1900. The instrument has a gun metal triangular base with hinged support stamped: indicating their best quality and refered to by many as the STAR Model) And R. J. BECK LONDON 19208. It has a single limb with rack-and-pinion coarse focus and micrometer screw fine focus. And a 5" outer tube with a brass inner extension tube of 4-1/2" There is a single objective stamped: 1 IN R& J BECK and eyepiece stamped: 3. There is a rectangular stage with clips and an understage iris diaphragm and helical wheel attachment. There is a plano/ concave mirror on a swing arm that can be positoned abvoe the stage. Apologies" There is some minor loss of finishes. Some minor scratches, and very light corrosion marks. The mirror appears to have ... moreloss some of its'silvering' on both surfaces. Please remember to leave Feedback. I will gladly reciprocate in return:
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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.
GOLDEN LACQUER ALMOST 100% ON INSTRUMENT WITH EXCEPTION TO TRIPOD BASE. OBJECTIVE LENS"R& J. BECK 1" IN GOOD CONDITION. TWO-SIDED MIRROR IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. NOTE: SLIDE NOT INCLUDED
PLEASE read all of the listing. Please wait for your invoice from us before paying. We will quote actual shipping costs plus any extra for insurance which protects both the buyer and the seller from loss or damage. Insurance is mandatory. If being shipped by Priority mail to locations in the USA. It is covered up to $100.00 but over that, the cost will be an additional $1.75 added to shipping cost per every $100.00 extra in final value. If shipping is by first class, it is $1.75 for every $100.00 value. If FedEx, it will be determined at time of invoice. We do not make anything extra on shipping, handling or insurance and only charge what shipper quotes. We appreciate your kind understanding on this issue. We accept paypal and other forms of payment. If you have any questions, please inquire. Some bidders are not seeing all the photos. I ... moreuse my own photo service so they are larger and shown below. Please scroll all the way down. Description: Rare all original circa 1882(found one in an 1882 R. J. Beck sales catalog) brass R. J. Beck of London. Sorby's Spectroscope Eye-piece for the microscope in original fitted mahogany case. Beautiful original un-polished condition, it measures 5 3/4" tall. It has njot been cleaned and is just as found resting in the box. Section that fits into microscope is 1 3/8" across. There are 2 additional accessory pieces with it as can be seen. The original box measures 4 5/8" x 6 3/8" x 3" high. It is in excellent condition except base need regluing one one corner. Has early dovetail joints and original brass latches/hooks. No reserve. Auction ends Monday night. Please Note: We are not sure about the accuracy of eBays shipping calculator but if it is off. We will adjust to correct amount on invoice with no extra fees, just what the postal service quotes. Please do not peanilize me or other sellers for slow shipping because when it leaves our hands and gets into postal or other shipper, it is their responsibility. We do not hand deliver goods from our locatio
ANTIQUE 19TH CENTURY BRASS MICROSCOPE R& J. Beck London DESCRIPTION Great condition- comes with box(not original box as it does not close all the way with microscope inside) also one lens has a leitz canister and it does not fit in the holder on the door as seen in picture. PAYMENT AND SHIPPING INFO Payment Options Paypal. Interac Email Shipping We ship via UPS and Canada Post. We will also allow buyers to arrange their own shipping- including corporate courier accounts. Sales Tax Ontario Residents are charged HST. The rest of Canada is charged GST- no tax for international bidders. Customer Service& Shipping Policy Please feel free to email us with any questions on the item. 14 Day return policy- item must be in original box with all original contents. We are not responsible for any customs or import fees. As a guideline. Any item ... morevalued over $200 going into the USA can be assessed a $30-$40 fee(not all items) Please email me with any questions. Good luck and thanks for looking. Auction Template by DeSaCS.com Powered by Posted with
SERIAL NO. 11833(C 1883-84) INSTRUMENT IN EXCELLENT CONDITION ALMOST 100% OF ORIGINAL GOLDEN LACQUER PRESENT RETAILED BY WALMSLEY- PHILA DEFECTS: CABINET MISSING LOCK AND KEY. CANISTER MARKED 1 IN- OBJECTIVE IS NOT 1"
R& J Beck Microscope and Case Brass Economic Model 1870s Serial# 16717 London Note: All items in our store include NO sales tax to our US customers! Here is a great R&J Becker Microscope and Case for your buying consideration. Recently acquired it at an auction. Would make a great gift or keep it for yourself! This microscope was made by R& J Beck of London. England. With the serial number of 16717 it dates back to the 1870s. Both of those pieces of information are engraved on one of the legs of the base of the microscope. This microscope is the"Economic" model from what I have researched online. Not noted on microscope or case anywhere. The microscope was distributed in the United States by William Brown& Earle of Philadelphia. PA. That is engraved on the microscope leg and on a label on the top of the case on a ... morebrass plate. The microscope still has a nice brass finish on it. Not sure if brass all way thru or not. The reflector mirror shows blistering to the glass. Still all in place. The feet are in place. No cracking or repairs to the metal case. Both the levers to adjust the focus are in place and operable. The microscope in fully recessed position is 10.75" tall. By 5.5" across, by 6.75" wide. The case is 12/5" tall, by 8-1/8" across, by 6-3/8" wide. The lock is in place on the case, no key. What is captured in the pictures is what you get, nothing more, nothing less. Let us know if you have any questions or need additional pictures. Don’t be shy to make an offer. We are always open to reasonable suggestions. Make sure that this item meets your needs and requirements before deciding to acquire it. The item can be returned. But there is a $65 restocking fee to do so. So. Please carefully review all the attached pictures, ask all the questions you have. Come see in person or send a friend to see the item on your behalf, prior to deciding to acquire it. Please check out our other Timeless Tokens store listings as we are regularly adding new items. We speci
RARE HEAVY BRASS CONSTRUCTION R J BECK SERIAL No. 22293(C. 1900) 2 EYEPIECE 1/6" 1/4" 2" OBJECTIVE LENSES AND CANISTERS CABINET 12" X 9" X 7" HEAVY INSTRUMENT NOTE: CABINET KEY MISSING& SLIDE CLIPS MISSING