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Vérick brass continental microscope– circa 1870's Constant Vérick advertised himself as a élève spécial de E. Hartnack(special pupil of E. Hartnack) both in the signatures he used for some of his instruments and in his catalogs. He apprenticed to Edmund Hartnack before going off on his own around 1877. By the mid 1870's he established his own firm where a number of different microscope models were produced. Among which is the continental style model presented here. The base of this meticulously constructed instrument is signed in elegant script, C. Vérick, élève special de E. Hartnack, rue de la Parcheminerie, 2, Paris" Please view photos carefully as they are a part of the description of this item. The original wooden case ha some cracks. It does however have the original key and working ... morelock. I believe there may have been a small mirror or lens that attached to the clip but I am not sure. Other than that I think everything else is here and there may even be a few extras that did not originally come with this microscope. The matching serial number on the wooden case and the microscope itself is#2754. This is a pretty low number.
All items listed have been purchased/found at Estate Sales. Auctions, yard sales etc.Many of these items are antique/vintage. And have been aged with time. However with a little care can bring back a second life to these beautiful pieces. All items are sold as is. This double pillar microscope is a piece of optical history! It was manufactured in France circa 1875. Although it is unsigned. This style of microscope, with a green lacquered brass base, two stylized pillars was manufactured by Radiguet& Fils in France. And then sold in Canada and the United States by various companies. The microscope itself stands 9.25" tall Do not have a case. Do not know does it work or not. For parts only. PLEASE SEE PICTURE AND ASK Q!
Up for auction(sale) is a Vintage Bausch& Lomb Optical Co. Brass Microscope My clients husband found this microscope in the remains of an old building and cleaned it up very well. Most all the adjustable parts move. Though some are a little harder than others. It is missing 1 of the 3 magnifying lenses that can rotate to any one of the 3 positions. It may be missing other parts that I don't know about. The eye piece does not appear to be the proper one for this scope, but does fit in the chamber. The mirror at the base does have blemishes on both sides. It has many more options than some of the other scopes that I have found from this era. It has 2 patent dates that I can find, one from Feb 1897& one from Aug. 1897. We do have a letter that was written to Bausch& Lomb to find out more information about the microscope. They ... moresent a reply which stated that they do not know to whom it was sold to, but it is circa 1897. The serial number is on the base#26739. It is 14 1/2" Tall x 6" Deep x 4 1/4" Wide I was unable to really see anything as I didn't have the knowledge or the material to test. I'm sure that it does need some restoration. Though it is a great looking decorative piece as it sits. This is the condition it has been in for many years and I did not attempt to polish or take apart to clean. If you would like more pictures please let me know I will ship this scope FREE in the Continental United States PayPal only please If you have any questions please ask I strive for 100% approval so if you have any issues please contact me before leaving feedback I will do returns in special situations Thanks for checking out my items. Many more to come in the future
Antique Carl Zeiss Jena Brass Jug Handle Microscope Circa. 1915 We buy or Trade Gold. Jewelry, Diamonds, Silver, Watches and Coins. Fast Pay Antique Carl Zeiss Jena Brass Jug Handle Microscope Circa. 1915 Featured is an Antique Carl Zeiss Jena Brass Jug Handle Microscope Circa. 1915. Comes with a secured locking wooden case. Holders for eye pieces, brass lens holders, wooden slide box with blank slides and covers, as well as a light wiith a blue filter. Total weight is 22 pounds. Microscope stands between 13 and 14 inches tall depending on the focal point. Please note that we are not experts. But do belive this product is in very good and working shape. Please feel free to call us with any questions prior to purchase. Our Price: $1.049 Estates Consignments is a full-service jewelry and watch store located at 1500 Contra Costa Blvd. Pleasant ... moreHill, CA 94523(phone: 925-682-6800) We appreciate your business and will do our best to accommodate you. About Us AUCTION ALLDAY/ Estates Consignments is a reputable eBay Store. EBay Trading Assistant. We have been selling fine Swiss Watches for over 20 years and have one location in the Bay Area to appraise and auction your items on eBay. We are not affiliated with any designers in any way. This auction is not affiliated with or endorsed by any designer. Please visit us at: ESTATES CONSIGNMENTS 1500 Contra Costa Blvd Pleasant Hill. CA 94523. Phone: 925) 682-6800 Shipping Continental U.S. Residents: We ship the expensive items with USPS Express Mail. Shipping costs are calculated according to USPS Express Mail rates plus insurance. Any other method of shipping must be pre-approved by AUCTION ALLDAY. U.S. Post Office Box Addresses and Alaska/Hawaii Residents: We ship USPS Priority Mail. Shipping costs are calculated according to USPS Priority Mail package from zip code 94523. With insurance to the purchase price and a $5.00 handling fee. For purchases needed sooner, please contact AUCTION ALLDAY. Please ask for a shipping quote as costs listed in the auction are calcul
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Antique E.Leitz Wetzlar brass microscope c.1906. The microscope has serial number №78896. Dating their manufacture to period between1904 and 1905, I will send along the literature confirming. The objective nose piece is by T.H. McAllister(marked McAllister. New York) The objectives are E.Leitz Wetzlar#6 and Bausch and Lomb Series L ⅔. NA=0.25. Optics is clear and clean. No scratches, dust, or mold. Ocular#4. Also engraved E.Leitz Wetzlar, clear and clean, no scratches, dust, or mold. There is no sub-stage condenser. Both sides of the illumination mirror(one side flat. One parabolic) are in excellent condition, very clean, no signs of silver oxidation. There is a wheel with 5 different size openings built into the specimen stage. All ... moremechanical parts function as designed. Microscope is in perfect working condition. Don't expect it match the imaging quality of modern microscopes, but it performs amazingly well for a 100+ year old piece! All brass surfaces is excellent condition. Have been restored at some point. The black enameled base has some chips but looks decent. There is no box or accessories other than what is shown on the photographs. No returns on this item. So please ask questions! Free shipping within continental US! No international shipping! Thank you for looking!
Brass German Microscope- 20th century Instrument Details: Tool: Pocket Microscope Material: Brass Period: 1900 circa Manufacture: Unsiged. German Design and Style Size: 5cm tall(2" inches) 2,3cm base diameter( 15/16" inches circa) Conditions: The instrument works. Good patina with some dark oxide spots on the surface No microscope slides included Good Overall Conditions Please contact me for furhter info or pictures I accept Paypal-shipping worldwide(registered mail with tracking number only. No priority) Please read my terms&conditions about sale/return policy. Payment accepted PAYPAL and Bank Transfer(preferred for EU countries) Please wait may invoice before to pay. di,RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d72f%2Bishhov%3C%3Edi-141462bb7f2-0xfe-
Vintage Bausch& Lomb Antique Brass Microscope Circa 1899 The pictures do not do justice to the way this instrument gleams! All the movements move freely with no binding or sticky spots. The Irises on the condenser move freely as well. The bottom iris looks like it is missing a couple of the leaves, there is what appears to be one of them that was in the drawer of the case. It is shown in one of the pictures. The Case is in good shape. But it is showing it's age, the cabinet does lock and includes a key. I have added a shipping charge to this due to the extra care that is needed to package this securely to ensure it will arrive safely also to cover the extra charges due to it's weight.
This offering is a rather simple brass microscope. From Ernst Leitz, Wetzlar(Germany) the same firm which made the classic Leica Cameras(although this was made long before any Leica Cameras were made) Leica is short for LEItz CAmera) It is rather handsome, simplistically functional, and in my opinion is very attractive on a shelf. Most of the original lacquer is still present. And adds to the attractiveness. It is engraved: E. Leitz Wetzlar- New-York No 30069. Which identifies it as mfg. about 1894, per Bracegirdle's book: Notes on Modern Microscope Manufacturers" The New York address was a sales agency- Leitz microscope manufacture was in Wetzlar. From the beginning(1849) still is. Interestingly, the present new microscopes are now called"Leica" though"Leica" was originally, and for many years, the name of the ... morevery fine and very popular camera made by Leitz, Wetzlar, in Wetzlar. The precision column top knob fine focus. And sliding tube coarse focus still function very well, and the eyepiece and objective do function also. I would not expect this to serve well enough to win you a Nobel Prize, however, while it is not really a very useful microscope, it does work- To demonstrate that, I just put a piece of multi-colored cloth on the stage, illuminated it from above with my pocket LED penlight, and took the picture shown(last above) of black thread crossing colored threads under rather high magnification- just holding my Nikon Coolpix up to the eyepiece, as steadily as I can. I think of this as more something quite attractive. Historic, and interesting to look at, rather than to really use- it is as shown- no case, no extra parts, no sub stage, just a very basic stand- I have kept it on a shelf for years, where it looks quite attractive, and evokes interest. Height measures from 10 to 13 inches, depending on the tube expansion, base is about 3" by 3 1/2" and stage is about 2" by 3" Wt. is est. at 2 lbs. All metal(mostly brass) and a little glass) No Plastic! You get
Up for sale is a beautiful: E Leitz Wetzlar Antique Brass Microscope ~ Serial# 92229 Circa 1906 ~ ~ Beautiful Specimen ~ This is a beautiful microscope which comes in the ORIGINAL box that is stamped on the top of the door with the serial# of the microscope#92229. The box is complete and fully intact. Including the plush fabric to protect the microscope and components. No key though. It comes with 3 lenses. A number 7. 3, and 1/12 Oil Immersion lens. It also comes with 3 eyepieces. A 3X, 6X, and a brass 4X. It even comes with some original paper(receipt maybe, its in German) It is fully functional. Both the flat and convex mirrors are intact and not chipped or cracked. The aperture diaphragm opens and closes fully. There is some wear here and there to the brass finish(see pics) Condition can be subjective so please see all pictures for condition ... moreconcerns. Please check out my store for other great collectibles and other great items. Return Policy: I include and spend a lot of time and energy inspecting and taking many pictures from all angles. So that my customers can see exactly what they are purchasing. I try to make your experience with me as easy as possible. If, for any reason, you are dissatisfied with your purchase I will accept returns within 14 days and offer you a full refund upon return of the item in question in the same condition that it was sent in. Return shipping being paid by the buyer. Shipping: I meticulously wrap and pack all of my items to protect them for shipment. I am proud of my track record of undamaged shipments and strive to keep up my good record. I will combine shipments. Combined shipping costs will vary according to the nature of the products being combined. So please notify me if you are purchasing multiple items so that I may give you an accurate quote for shipping costs. Depending on the size and weight of the item or items I will choose from the various USPS or FedEx shipping services. International Customers: Please email me for a shipping quote. Please note that I m
Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE RARE CIRCA 1860 BRASS STAGE FORCEPS I have the pleasure of offering for sale a rare. Circa 1860, brass stage forceps that fits most microscopes from the late 1800s and many of the 1900s. The stage forceps was a very popular accessory during the golden days of amateur microscopy as it greatly facilitates the examination of opaque objects with conventional transmitted light microscopes. Stage forceps, consist of a forceps mounted at the end of a metal rod that slides inside a sleeve attached to a short supporting stem(see pictures) The rod can be extended as necessary to bring the object into the objective field of view, then the rod can be rotated a full 360º for full examination of the object. The microscope shown in pictures 5 to 8 is for demonstration only. CONDITION: The condition is excellent; ... moreremarkable for an item about 150 year-old(Please. See the pictures as they are part of the description) Please. Feel free to ask any question. Shipping prices outside the continental USA are higher. THANKS AND GOOD LUCK! RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*4a24%60%3C%3E-141fc1e82b8-0xf8-
Cary- Gould type antique cased brass microscope circa early 1800's This is an original early 1800's original brass field microscope of the Cary-Gould type. It measures 12 1/2" tall when mounted on the case. The plush lined mahogany case is 7.5" x 6" x 1.7" in size. It has an age crack on top and is missing its brass escutcheon plate. The microscope is all brass with much of its original lacquer retained. Some rubbing is evident and should be apparent in the photos. This is a very complete kit. It comes with three bone sliders. Four original screw-in lenses, lieberkuhn attachment, stage mounting magnifier, light-dark background disc, a single-sided mirror retaining much of it silvering, a brass stage, stage forceps, pick, and live box. All optics are clear and working. The microscope stage has a working brass knob ... morefor focus. Controls are smooth and functional. It is sold as is. And includes all that is shown in the photos. Payment must be received within 3 days. Bidders with zero feedback need prior approval to bid No Reserve!
Brass Microscope by Spencer Lens Company- circa 1895 SN# 1704 The first microscopes bearing name Spencer Lens Company were produced in 1895. This microscope is serial number 1704 out of the original 3.000 to 4,000 models produced that year. This particular model is an all brass continental design with an extendable nickel plated draw tube. A horse shoe foot, and a single vertically positioned fine focus dial with engraved graduations. The original lacquer has worn off and the brass finish shows wear in accordance with it's age. The lenses and eyepiece still work but the mirror is missing. Mirrors from some of my other antique microscopes including an early 1900's Bausch& lomb jug handle and circa 1907 spencer will fit onto this microscope relatively well but I do not have a spare to sell along with this particular item. History: ... moreCharles Spencer was the first American maker of microscopes. Publishing his first catalog in 1838. Later, in 1865, he began operating as C.A. Spencer& Sons. Between 1890 and 1895 the company operated by the name of Spencer& Smith. But in 1895 it became the Spencer Lens Company. American Optical bought the Spencer Lens Company in 1935 and by 1945 it was known as the Instrument Division of American Optical Company.
This beautiful Bausch& Lomb continental style microscope has a serial# 17957 which means it was made in the mid to late 1890's. The brass has a beautiful aged patina and the observation draw tube has the original nickel plating. This collectable microscope is still functional! It features two original Bausch& lomb working objective lenses. An original eyepiece lens and a substage condenser with adjustable iris opening to control lighting. Bausch& Lomb Optical Company- Rochester. NY& New York City" is engraved on the base. Engraving and serial# can be seen in photos.
Bertrand"Furnace-Style" Microscope Pocket Field Microscope. Often referred to as a furnace type microscope. This finely detailed miniature was designed by Bertrand and stands a mere 3.0 inches tall. There is a similar model measuring 4 1/2 inches tall and is part of the Billings microscope collection at Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington DC. Manufactured in France, circa 1839, the compound monocular microscope is comprised of only the most basic features. Specimens were placed atop a fixed circular stage positioned beneath the objective. Slides were held in position by sliding the movable shield down onto the slide and securing it with the milled screws on either side, I have added photos showing the shield in both positions) A pivotal mirror is housed in the lower cut-away portion of the stand and is perhaps the reason that ... morethis model is also known as a furnace type microscope. Angle of reflection for the illumination was manipulated by turning the milled-head screw that is attached to the 5/8-inch mirror. I have included a photo of the standard size microscope along side the miniature for comparison. This would make a great additon to any microscope collection, don't miss this opportunity!
ANTIQUE LEITZ ALL BRASS MICROSCOPE STAND II CIRCA 1890 and Trace Microscopy Stains This Leitz Stand II all brass microscope is signed E. Leitz Wetzlar Filaite New York on the horse shoe base. Its serial number is 61632 and I believe that may date it to 1890. The over dimension are 12" x4" x 5.5" closed. As you can see it is missing a condenser and a mirror. It comes with the following: Objectives 1/212 oel Immersion objective#3 objective#6 objectives These objectives come with 3 brass objective container cans with screw tops. Eyepieces# 3E Leitz Wetzlar Bausch and Lomb Eye Optical Company eyepiece that does not fit. This microscope also comes with the following: 1. A pair of tweezers 2. A tungsten Probe 3. Two antique boxes of cover slips partially filled 4. A small sealed antique vial labeled Osmic Acid 5. Five antique boxes ... morewith a staining vials that appear to be sealed. Four of the boxes have a little rolled paper 40 page pamphlet with directions. The staining chemicals are: Eosin-methylene Blue-Haematozylin-Romanowsky Satin-Fuchsine-Toison Blood Fluid See the pictures as to what the pamphlet and antique boxes look like. Look at figure 196. Page 101 Billings Microscope Collection which lists it as introduced in 1890 and used till 1909. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE
W AND S JONES BRASS SOLAR MICROSCOPE. CIRCA 1792- 1800 Williams and Samuel Jones brass solar projection microscope. A projection microscope was often used for entertainment to project an image onto a wall for a large group. Often a group would gather on a Sunday afternoon for a"slide" show. The projection system- usually a"Solar Microscope" This instrument was usually mounted in a hole in a window shutter of a house or building to capture the sunlight of the sun. When in use the specimen is placed beyond the focus of the lens. Since the object cannot emit light itself it is illuminated from behind. Outside the building the mirror reflects sunlight to a condenser; the light rays pass through the condenser and specimen. Enter the lens and are refracted forming an image in the plane of the lens. The image is real, enlarged, ... morelaterally reversed and inverted. Since the image is projected across a room, a lens of longer focal length is used. The use of the solar microscope depended upon the sun, the light source. The inventor of the solar microscope is not really known exactly but credit probably goes to Fahrenheit probably before 1736. Lieberkuhn is responsible for bringing the innovation to England in 1740, demonstrating his reflecting mirror and solar microscope to the Royal Society Members. He did not claim to be the inventor. The origin of the solar microscope dates back to the camera obscura of the 16th century. It used a lens in a shutter or other aperture of a darkened room to project a greatly magnified outdoor image on an opposite wall inside the building. Later Cuff and Martin made their own versions of the solar microscope were used to project opaque objects. This solar microscope is lacquered brass, rackworth focus on the tube, a square brass plate with two(2) drilled holes for mounting onto a wall. A long mirror, measuring 6 3/4" x 2 1/2" with no cracks and in great shape. The mirror is adjusted by a rack and pinion system and can be rotated. The microscope is identified with
Antique Bausch& Lomb All Brass Continental Microscope. This is the"BB" model. Made between 1896-1897. Serial Number is# 26165. Numbers on the microscope match the numbers inside the wooden box. Comes with a key. Everything seems to work perfectly. If you have any questions. Please ask. I am listing this for a family member and don't know anything technical about it. This can be shipped in 1 or 2 boxes depending if you want the microscope wrapped seperately. We also offer free local pick-up in the Washington. DC area. Posted with
On auction: A really nice circa 1890s Charles Baker of 244 High Holbom. London No.4 Brass Microscope and wooden case. The case doesn't close. Sherlock Holmes would have killed for this brass microscope! This is a large 20" tall microscope with an uncracked mirror. The optics are in good condition. Although the stage is disfigured. The'scope comes with two extra eyepieces. Also included is an A. Kuhlman& Co. Physician's Supplies. Detroit Michigan, 14 drawer slide case. The case is only missing 3 slides. This slide box has all sorts of neat medical slides. Paying taxes. Thinning out the Herd. We gladly combine shipping costs. Refunds are issued if shipping costs are much less than charged. Hey There. if shipping to your doorstep costs more than charged. I'll eat it! NO International customers. CONUS bidders only! All ... moreitems sold as is. No warrenty expressed or implied. Buyer assumes all responsibility for proper use of this item. No returns unless authorized. Delivery Confirmati0n is included in the shipping cost as a service of The Snoo Shoppe when mailed through USPS. Insurance is FREE for items that sell for OVER $50, otherwise the buyer will have to ask for insurance at their additional cost. The Snoo Shoppe will not be held accountable for items lost or damaged during shipping. Feedback will be given after feedback is received. If there is ANY problem with this item. The shipping of this item, or the conditions of the sale of this item, it will be the responsibility of the buyer to contact The Snoo Shoppe for resolution, or explanation, of any questions you may have before bidding on this item. We are persons like you. not a business. therefore, it is our desire that you are satisfied with your purchase. Bids will be tendered in acceptance of these terms; no exceptions without consent of the Snoo Shoppe. I will see to it that your item will be well packed so there will be no loose or damaged parts. We accept Pay-Pal. We will securely package your purchase to ensure that it arrives with
BRASS BOTANICAL FOLDING MICROSCOPE. Circa 1700- 1820 This special simple microscope instrument consists of a lacquered brass frame with a lens mounted with a white alabaster handle. This microscope is English made and similar to a W& S Jones instrument. Often referred to as a"flea" microscope. There is a arm extended off the brass stem to one side with a"needle" to mount a specimen for examined. The"needle" can be adjusted by loosening the thumb screw beneath and moving it forward or backwards from the lens/ objective. A specimen is held in place by the sharp"pin" and focused in position in front of the lens. Sliding forward or backward in the slot bar. The microscope can be folded to carry in a pasteboard black case, measuring 2 1/4" in the folded position and 2 1/4" X 3 1/4" in ... morethe open or operating position. The case measures 3" in length, great condition. This microscope operates very well and has excellent magnification. Overall this microscope is in great condition and would be a nice addition to a microscope collection!
BRASS STUDENT MONOCULAR MICROSCOPE, Circa 1870 Victorian period microscope that has a black-iron"claw foot" base with a spread of 6" The microscope measures 1" in height and has a lacquered brass finish with no blemishes. Smooth. The mechanics contain of a rack and pinion focusing mechanism, works very well. The case has a drawer with an alabaster pull-knob that contains: an extra eyepiece, one(1) antique ringed-slide of a flea- nice preparation. There are two(2) brass objective canisters with the objectives in the canisters. The lid of the objective case has 1/4 inch on the lid and the other has 1 1/2 inch on the lid. The stage is brass and has a black revolving disc of three(3) diaphragms mounted under the stage. There is a double reflection mirror under the stage. One(1) side of the mirror is cracked which was damaged ... morein shipping when I purchased the microscope about 23 years ago. The good mirrored side is in excellent condition- see images. The black iron framed allows the microscope to tilt well. The wooden case has a nice finish and a built in lock with key. The case measures thirteen( 13" in Height, seven( 7" in Width and eight( 8" in depth. The microscope and case are heavy and will be packed well for shipping. This will be a heavy item to ship. A nice addition to any microscope collection!
VINTAGE BRASS MAGNIFIER/ MICROSCOPE SET. 1800- 1900'S A set of unique early brass magnifier/ microscopes. The first small magnifier is a"universal" microscope used as a magnifier for small natural objects. Nice lacquered brass finish. The next magnifier is a"tripod" used for small stationary objectives. An often used as a map magnifier. Nice brass magnifier. The third magnifier, an unusual brass cylindrical"insectoscope" This little instrument consists of a brass cylinder case that measures 2 inches in height and 1 inch in diameter. The actual"livebox" magnifier unscrews from the brass case and slides out. The wall of the livebox has 2 small viewing windows for observation that measure about 1 inch in length and about 5/8 inches in height. The bottom of the livebox has a plastic-like floor to view ... morethe insects or objects by inverting the livebox upright, and this floor can be unscrewed from the brass livebox. At the top of the livebox is the actual eyepiece-magnifier lens, which can also be unscrewed. The magnification is excellent! The lacquered brass finish is in good condition. A similar instrument can be seen in Billing's Microscope Collection, p. 201, Figure 291. This instrument is unsigned but similar instruments were made by a Frenchman, F. V. Raspail. There is no cardboard or leather case for the instrument, just the brass cylindrical case. The 4th magnifier is also a"flea-like" microscope. Brass, twists to raise or lower to magnify- see" thread-like design in the" middle of the scope- see image. As you twist the magnifier. It will magnify the object. See the images with the magnifier lens. The final microscope is a botanical microscope, also known as a"flower" magnifier. There is a part of the magnifier lens missing and the thumb-screw that moves along the arm that extends from the body of the microscope. But it is still a good representation of the time period. A nice set of vintage magnifiers!
Baker solid brass antique microscope. Circa 1860. It bears the marking on the base of"Baker, 244 High Holborn, London. It is in the original box, with original key, and I believe the box to be mahogany.beautiful dovetailed working on the box. The box has an accessory drawer for storage of the additional pieces and slides. There are other lenses: 1) 25" 2) 1" 3) 2" as well as additional viewing eye pieces. There are several other attachments that go with this microscope I just don't have any idea what they are. It has been stored away for awhile and will need to be polished and lacquered. I have retired and trying to downsize. This beautiful piece needs to be out where it can be seen and enjoyed.not stuck away in a box. I will be glad to try and answer any questions you may have about this microscope. Likewise. I would ... moreappreciate you sharing any information you may know about this instrument and its maker. If the S&H seems high that is because I will need to double box this and make sure it is insured for the value of your purchase. Thank you for visiting my listing and in advance for your bid consideration.
| | | 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. Measuring 11 ¾ inches tall with a 5 ½ by 4 ½ inch base. This antique Brass Microscope is marked on the side“J. Grunow New York” After some searching on the internet, we found that this antique microscope ... moreis the Roosevelt Memorial model and they were produced circa 1890. In our close-up photographs, you can see that the number“1081” is also marked on this microscope and that this example is in original working condition with clear lenses. We are listing this antique J. Grunow Microscope without any reserve and we guarantee that it is still in working condition. We also 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. Please check out our other auctions! We list quality art. Antiques and collectibles everyday and you never know what you may 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 RECEIVE AN OFFER. DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY! PLEASE FORWARD THE MESSAGE YOU RECEIVE TO: SPOOF@EBAY.COM THANK YOU AND SORRY FOR THIS INCONVENIENCE! After reading our description
Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Antique Brass Barrel Field Microscope- Circa 1900 You are bidding on a parts for an antique brass field microscope. Microscope is believed to be manufactured in the late 1900 century. It measure 2” H x 1 1/2” Has a slot to receive slides and held in place by a spring. I know nothing about this item and hope someone is needing it to complete their field microscope.
This is an English microscope. It is circa 1850's. It was made in Bristol. Microscope is 13 inches tall. Thomas Davies King(1819-1884) exhibited three microscopes(at least one of which was of his own design) And an illuminator, at the 1851 Great Exhibition of London. These were described as, Compound achromatic microscope mounted on a pyramidal tripod, with mechanical stage, traversing in rectangular planes by micrometer screws, achromatic condenser, polariscope, double refracting goniometer, cobweb micrometer and other eye-pieces, insect forceps, and various accessories. In this microscope the weight is equally distributed over the base, and when inclined at its working angle the chief portion is brought below the point of suspension; the traversing stage has divided scales and verniers, whereby admeasurements can be accurately determined” ... morea“Student's compound achromatic and single microscope” and an“Improved spherical prismatic illuminator, for transparent and opaque microscopic objects, enabling the rays of light to be thrown either obliquely or vertically” He was awarded an Honourable Mention for“workmanship. of the first order” His business was located at 2 Clare Street, Bristol, which was also his family’s home. Sometime thereafter, another shop was opened on the corner of Denmark Street and St. Augustine’s Parade. This information is an excerpt from Brian Stevenson's essay on Husbands and Clarke(at one point King's senior journeymen) I recommend reading this essay if you are interested in 19th Century microscopes from Bristol. Expect wear from use. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns you might have. Also, if you are tired of bad shipping and misrepresented items, then you have come to the right seller. I carefully package every product I sell. If you don't like the product I sent you and think it has been misrepresented in my listing, I will pay to have it shipped back to me as well as give a full refund. I will not give out partial refunds under any circumstan
Antique Spencer Lens Co. triple objective microscope. Made of steel and brass. Lens are Spencer Lens Co. 18mm. Spencer Lens Co.4mm. and Bausch& Lomb lens 1.9mm. Engraving on foot says"Spencer Microscope Aloe Co Sales Agents No. 102790" To the best of my knowledge from researching this. It appears to be circa 1920's. Couldn't find the exact no. in websites I researched. Height is 11 1/2" and expands to 13 1/2" Slight scratch on one side of mirror.
Vintage C. Reichert Wein brass microscope. It is signed"C. Reichert Wein No. 60067" on the base and measures approx. 11" tall in the closed position in large block letters. It has the standard complement of three objectives: a 7a x 60x. 3 10x and another that says"Reichert Austria No. 57768. All are signed by C. Reichert and are in great condition. Course focus is tension adjustable, rack and pinion. Fine focus is delicately controlled with a knob on the top of the limb.Tension adjustments is with a small thumb screw on the back. The square vulcanite stage has a sub-stage, swings-out Abbe condenser with variable iris control and swing-out filter holder. The piano concave mirror is great on both sides.The original lacquer has some age spots on it. The microscope comes with its own finely made wooden case with matching serial ... morenumber. Inside the case is a small accessory drawer and a pull out microscope cover glasses from this era are also included, as depicted in the attached photographs. The box comes with the original key for the locking mechanism. This microscope is a great piece for any collector of antiques. The microscope weighs 9 lbs. and 14. 5 oz. The box weigh's 5 lbs. and 3.5 oz.