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Antique medical and veterinary microscope slides. Comprising 25 slides(see photos for condition) most with handwritten labels with subject for example"From Urinary Bladder" dated 13/5/90 initialled E.G.F. probably 1890) Tonsil" Logwood 27/6/90 initialled E.G.F. French slide with green paper label, Nerve of Cat" Mammary Gland" 4/7/90, Gray's"ELEGY" written in a country church-yard 277 J.B.D" printed paper label, Epiglottis" Bronchus" Salamandra. T.S. Testis" R.A. Haynes, T.S. Pinna of Human Foetus" the case is probably mahogany and measure approx 3.5cm high x 20.5cm wide x 9cm deep Please note I can normally only post on Saturdays.
This is a working 1930's microscope with two objectives- 10X and 43X. A clean and clear swiveling mirror, and light reducing wheel beneath the table(basically an aperture to control the incoming light) All controls are tight and properly lubricated. Came from the estate of a retired small-town MD. Not a garage-sale or thrift store item. It came directly from the doctors kitchen to our living room; was well cared for always. As you can see. There are two focusing controls; the small one is for'fine' focusing. The color is black with a slate colored table and some brass showing behind the main tube. Any wear on this item is honest wear and not abuse. The case is a finger-jointed maple type wood. And may not be the original case, as it looks like a 1950's style. The eye-piece optical says: B&L opt co. U.S.A. 10X. The 10X ... moreobjective says: Patent Oct.13.1925 Bausch& Lomb Opt.Co.Rochester N.Y. USA Divisible 16mm 0.25 10X. The 43X objective says: Bausch& Lomb Opt.Co.Rochester N.Y. USA 4mm 0.65 US Patent 1,557,503- 1,889,794. The serial number for this scope is 240532. Device is in good working order, but due to vintage nature of age, item is sold on an'as-is' basis.
Spencer Microscope. S/N 156554 Circa 1938 Amazing Condition for its age. 6x& 10x Spencer Eyepiece Coarse Focus- Fine Focus 1.8 MM Spencer Objective 4 MM Spencer Objective 16 MM Spencer Objective 25 MM Spencer Objective Stage Clips Spare Flat/Concave Mirror Graduated Mechanical Stage Original covered Wood Case Antique* Note: We offer combined shipping whenever possible to reduce costs. We Strive to be a 5 Star Seller. If you feel that we failed to reach that goal. Please give us the Opportunity to fix the problem before posting your feedback. Check out our other items! To visit our store. Please Click HERE to go to our About Me page. G& G TRADING ASSISTANTS offers a 100% guarantee that the item is as described! We'll always do our best to provide as many quality pictures as bidders need. But if you do need more, do not hesitate ... moreto ask. Unless otherwise stated in the description, buyer assumes full responsibility for any required type of activation, regulations, compatibility, software& drivers, etc. All buyers pay SHIPPING COSTS as per"Shipping Cost" listed above. We strive to ship the day after your payment arrives. If you make payment on Friday or Saturday. Shipping may take place the following Monday. We can expedite shipping at an extra cost to the Buyer upon Buyer's request. There is a 12:00 pm CDT cutoff time for Express Pickup. International shipping is usually provided through the US Postal Service We have dropped our HANDLING CHARGES for United States customers. International packages require a $2.50 charge for handling. We always pack carefully. To make sure each item arrives in as good condition as possible. INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS: Please be familiar with customs fees in your country. We cannot be responsible for fees added to your package once it leaves the US. Also note that packages shipped overseas may not arrive as soon as we would hope. Some may be detained in Customs in the various countries so that you do not receive it quickly. If this happens. Please remember tha
We have available this one antique brass& metal Carl Zeiss Je na microscope. Serial number is 27161(circa 1890 if my research is correct) Stand style VIa. Comes with a 3x& 6x objective lens. Each has its original brass protective tube with lid. There is anot her wi der diameter objective lens with no mark ings(no tu be) Comes with a 10x& 4x eye piece lens. Comes with the original ca rry box in excellent condition with original key fully functional. It has the wood en holder fo r the eye pieces& lenses. It has an accessor y box with some o ld slides. I didn't see any marked ebola or bubonic plague so no worries there. There is one split on the back panel of the box but appears to have been there for some time and still fully intact. I tested the unit with the 10x eye piece and both objective lenses with a couple old slides. ... moreOptics seem to be excellent with no concerns. The 3x objective lens has lost most of it's brass finish. There is rust on the two screw heads on the slide platform. Shipping will be set at $25 via Canada Post Expedited Parcel with tracking& insurance to anywhere within continental North America.
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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.
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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!
FOUND WITH A 1870 MICROSCOPE. WE ARE GOING TO SELL THE SLIDES AND THE NIFTY MICROSCOPE SLIDE CASE. MARKED: THE LORDS PRAYER. CONTAINS 268 LETTERS. Shipping: Domestic shipping: I ship products using USPS& UPS. I do not charge a handling charge. Tracking or insurance is included in the shipping price. Local pickup available upon request. International shipping: I ship products using USPS. Please. Be aware of your local customs office for details on how you can claim items if your package has been delayed longer than 15 days above normal delivery time. I do not charge a handling charge. Insurance is required on international purchases to ensure your item gets to you safely. Buyer is responsible for all taxes, duties, brokerage and customs fees. We do not know those charges throughout the world. Returns and Refunds: Return Policy- We are ... moreproud to offer returns within reason. I will accept returns. Within 14 days of close of transaction within reason. Returns are based on buyer contact. Refund will be made in the same method as it was received by me. meaning if you paid by Paypal- you will get a Paypal refund. We do not sell on approval nor offer buyers remorse refunds- returns only if not as described. Communication: We check email frequently. If you do not receive a response to your question within 24 hours- it's possible we may not have gotten your email. If you have bid on the item. You can get our phone number emailed to you through the contact member feature of eBay. Feedback: We are happy to leave feedback for our customers. We would appreciate that once you receive your item. You also leave us feedback. I strive to be a 5 star seller. Your feedback is critical to my success on eBay. If you feel that you cannot leave a Positive comment with all 5 stars- I WILL EARN IT. Please do not hesitate to contact me for any reason. I am here to exceed your expectations!
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!
Early British slide of a large fly. $4 shipping in the USA.
Early British dated 1871 mount slide of"Epsom Salts Magnesium Sulpher" $4 shipping in the USA.
Early American circa 1850-60's marbled paper mount slide of"West Point NY Fossil" No maker. $5 shipping in the USA. $22 shipping abroad. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fvo%7B%3Dd70f%2Bf52%3E-13ff5c89f69-0x105-
This Spencer microscope has a serial number of 9191_ I can't read the last number) The scope does work and all objectives appear to function well. The eyepiece is 10X. Objective one is 1.8MM.N.A 1.25(95X) Objective two is 4MM.N.A0.66(44X) Objective three is 16MM.N.A.0.255(10X) International Shipping will be an additional shipping cost.
Spencer Binocular microscope Circa 1923(Serial Number 81986) microscope in excellent condition- a collectors piece. This one was truly a cadillac in its day. Has optional monocular tube with ocular. Additional pair of ocular lenses. It has the three objectives, pictured separately each with its own original machined brass storage tube. I am told by a fellow E-bayer that the APO and/or APOCHROMATIC objectives on this scope are far superior to standard achromatic objectives and represent the top of the line. This E-bayer was also kind enough to share a note that this scope is similar to the No. 4 research model listed at the Harvard science museum(Ebay won't let me include the link- sorry) however. This is an earlier more elaborate scope with a beautiful high precision circular stage. Much more brass and if cleaned by a professional would ... moreprobably look like new.
Striking Binocular Microscope Swift& Son. England. Circa 1880. With Wooden Case and Accessories This wonderful antique microscope is a scientific jewel. Quite good looking and completely functional. It is in great condition, with the brass pieces still preserving the transparent lacquer that protects the metal and the iron keeping almost all its black-enameled finish. The microscope comes in its original mahogany case with brass handle and hinges that also keeps the lock and key in perfect condition. The instrument comes with an impressive set of well-preserved original accessories that can still be used with it just like when they were originally made. The set includes a magnifying glass with stand. A spare circular sample plate, seven original lenses in their brass cases and eight eyepieces. The eyepieces bear different inscriptions ... morein the metal; one of them reads REICHERT WEIN. These words correspond to Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Reichert, founder of a prestigious manufacture of microscopes in Vienna. The rest of the eyepieces bear inscriptions about their features, magnification and the oil immersion treatment they have been subjected to in order to increase the microscope’s resolution. At the microscope’s foot we can see the inscription J: SWIFT& SON– LONDON engraved in the black-enameled metal and enhanced with white paint. This inscription is related to James Powell Swiff. Who founded a microscope business in London in 1853. In 1877 he started using the market name J. Swift& Son. As stated before. The microscope and the accessories come into a beautiful solid mahogany case in great condition that preserves the original key. This key is engraved with an address: 130 QUEEN VICTORIA– LONDON. This antique microscope will be coveted by the most demanding collectors of scientific material. I think I left nothing in the description but if I forgot something. I'll be glad to answer any questions. Bid with confidence. We are professional antique dealers. Hello. My name is José Pascual. And I am an
This is an antique late 1800s child's microscope. It has a nice wooden box an original antique slide(child size. Broken off on the end, but still has subject matter intact) and a pair of brass tweezers. Its made to look like a rack and pinion scope, but its fixed focus, but a functional toy. There is only one knob, but I think it may be the way it was made- don't know. There is a name signed inside"John G.something, clearly written but hard to make out the last name- who knows maybe someone famous, under that its says"Christmas 1884" I understand this came from an estate in KC Missouri. There are no makers markings that I could find so far, but there is a very curious serial number? XIIII" on the foot of the scope. The box is roughly 6 X 4 inches. I was told it was rare when I purchased it.
This is a Secret Service field stereo microscope circa 1910 in good working condition. BL 10X stereo oculars& 55mm objectives With wooden case missing key.
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
Three Antique microscope objectives made by the famous Carl Zeiss(Jena) 2mm. 90, 1.3) 4mm, 40, 0.95) 16mm, 10, 0.3) including the 10X ocular. All apochromatic. Circa 1925. I have left these without any restoration or cleaning, they have been stored in their cases for decades- I leave that up to an expert. I saw that a single objective went for around $80 to $90 each at auction. Sold as a set only.
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.
FINE MICROSCOPE BY J SWIFT CIRCA 1890. A fine quality microscope by the famous instrument maker J.Swift. The box is not complete. There are several slots for extra items that are missing but you do get lots of other extras included, which were in the box. Please email me with any questions. The base is solid brass(smoked) The maximum working height is approx 15+ inches. There are 3 eyepieces and 2 Swift objectives. The microscope contained in original mahogany case with working key/lock. The case size is 12 x 7 3/4 x 6 inches. It is heavy and will be quite expensive to ship.sorry. U.K. buyer pays $25 pp. U.S.A. buyer pays $95 shipping(airmail/insured/tracked/signed for) OTHER COUNTRIES. PLEASE EMAIL ME FOR COST OF POSTAGE; PLEASE NOTE.IF YOU DON'T HAVE AT LEAST 10 POSITIVE FEEDBACKS. THEN PLEASE EMAIL ME BEFORE BIDDING. RE PAYMENT ETC. ... morePAYMENT OPTIONS Preferred payment method www.PAYPAL.com direct with your credit card Personal or Bank Cheques in Pounds sterling(GBP) No Charge if drawn on a U.K. account. Good Luck with your bidding and please view my other Ebay auctions. To avoid any confusion. we are based in the U.K. and U.K. buyer pays $25 pp and U.S.A. buyer pays $95 shipping(airmail/insured/signed for and tracked.
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.
Important German Busch Microscope in Very Good Condition. Circa 1915. In Perfect Working Order Amazing big-size microscope made in Germany in the 1910s(circa 1915) It is an exceptional piece. Both because of its excellent condition and working order, and the complete set of accessories that comes with it. The transparent lacquer that protects the polished brass is the original one and its great condition draws our attention: it only shows very slight signs of the trace of time in concrete points that do not reach the metal. This detail does not interfere at all with the instrument’s operation or its impressive look; indeed, it is a nice sign of the item’s ancient age and authenticity. The microscope has a black iron base and a top part composed of polished brass mobile parts. This instrument was manufactured by Busch. A company founded by ... moreHans Busch(1884-1873) a German physicist who is considered the‘father’ of the electron microscope. The turret bears the name BUSCH engraved in the metal, and just below rest the word Rathenow and the serial number 13778. Rathenow is a German city with a great tradition of microscope manufacturing. This industry began in the late 1700s and remains active nowadays. After World War II the East Germany government took over the factory and it merged into a public company that changed its name several name. The factory supplied the supplied the East German Carl Zeiss Jena company for about 30 years. The microscope has a three-lens revolving nosepiece. All of them signed by Busch with the smart logo of the firm. It keeps all the original component parts in excellent working order and it is a real pleasure to work with this instrument. The article comes with a complete set of accessories, including lenses with brass sleeves and eyepieces. All of them come into the original box, made of nice solid oak wood and in impeccable condition. The box keeps the original lock and key. Inside the case there is a printed paper sheet with information about the eyepieces and a handwritten sheet
Fine Student Microscope. Small in Size and Compactly Designed. Made Circa 1920. In Working Order This delicate microscope was made in the first quarter of the 20th century and is a charming and precise article. Its small size suggests that it is a student microscope designed for practical training. Compact and functional. It is well preserved and works like new. The instrument has a black-enameled iron base with a piece that supports the polished brass turret and rack and pinion adjustment. The microscope also has a glass to focus the light and improve the viewing of the samples. The transparent lacquer that protects the brass pieces is the original one. The slight signs of wear it shows only affect the finish: the brass is in great condition. The microscope draws our attention for its nice and simple design. All its pieces and component ... moreparts are original and work fluidly. Some parts show traces of use and of the instrument’s ancient age that only testify for its antiquity and its past life as an item for scientific training. These details do not affect the good operation of the microscope and it can be used like the first day. Under the sample plate we can see the oscillating mirror typical of vintage microscope. This one is original and is in good condition. The article also keeps the two brass screws of the rack and pinion adjustment that let the user focus the samples precisely. This microscope’s small size turns it into a very special piece. Full of ancient charm. Quite attractive and fully functional. This student microscope is a great find for the collection of a good lover of vintage instruments. Measurements: Width: 9.5 cm/3,7 in. Height: 24 cm/9.8 in. I think I left nothing in the description but if I forgot something. I'll be glad to answer any questions. Bid with confidence. We are professional antique dealers. Hello. My name is José Pascual. And I am an antique dealer located in Zaragoza, Spain, which is a medium size city between Madrid and Barcelona. If you have any question, send me an e
TWO MICROSCOPE SLIDES OF DIAMTOMS DIATOMACAE CIRCA 1895. TWO DIAMTOM SLIDES FROM AROUND 1895. MOUNTER UNKNOWN. IMAGES SHOWN ARE X40 AND X400. U.K. buyer pays $8 pp. U.S.A. buyer pays $17 shipping(airmail/insured/tracked/signed for) OTHER COUNTRIES. PLEASE EMAIL ME FOR COST OF POSTAGE; PLEASE NOTE.IF YOU DON'T HAVE AT LEAST 10 POSITIVE FEEDBACKS. THEN PLEASE EMAIL ME BEFORE BIDDING. RE PAYMENT ETC. PAYMENT OPTIONS Preferred payment method www.PAYPAL.com direct with your credit card Personal or Bank Cheques in Pounds sterling(GBP) No Charge if drawn on a U.K. account. Good Luck with your bidding and please view my other Ebay auctions. To avoid any confusion. we are based in the U.K. and U.K. buyer pays $8 pp and U.S.A. buyer pays $17 shipping(airmail/insured/signed for
YOU ARE BIDDING ON A: Museum Quality Antique' Craig's Lencs' Microscope Circa 1860's + 15 Slides I CAREFULLY EXAMINED THE SET: THERE IS SOME FINISH LOSS ON THE LEN'S BODY. SOME MINOR WEAR& TEAR AND SOME MINOR DINGS- THE SET IS IN VERY GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION THE LENS/ MICROSCOPE/ IN WORKING CONDITION ESTIMATED MAGNIFICATION IS 50 X-100X- NOT UDJUSTABLE JUST TO LOOK IN TO THE LENS. YOU WILL LOVE THE DETAILS OF THE SAMPLES SIZE: 6' TALL- slides: 1/4' X 2' ALL IN GOOBLED CONDITION- SOME HAS SOME WATER MARK ON. ALL WIWABLE- CATERPILLAR'S FUR-EREWING'S LEG-GRASS HOPPER'S FOOT-HUMMING BIRD'S FEATHER- BEE'S TONGUE- BEE'S FOOT- PORTULAEA ANTHER- CRICKET'S LEG? CHERRY SKIN- SPIDER'S LEG- ROACH FEELER- WOOL- LORUSE? 1 UNMARKED SHIPPING WEIGHT: 1 LBS[ALL] As seen in the pictures. What ... moreyou see is what you will receive. The shipping for Canada is $ 15 and USA is $ 20. Any other international buyers please e-mail me for shipping info before bidding, because the shipping can be significantly more for other countries. few examples on the bottom] I will combine shipping for extra items purchased. To save on shipping when possible. All items will be shipped using the most efficient. Weight suitable option via Canada Post. If you would like to buy any more items please let me know. So that the shipping may be combined. BID WITH CONFIDENCE. YOU HAVE 2 WEEKS TO DECIDE WANT TO KEEP OR NOT-THE SHIPPING COST IS NOT REFUNDABLE FOR THIS ITEM If you have any question please e-mail me. Thank you for looking. Import duties. Taxes, and charges not included. Free local pick-up[no shipping charge] IF THERE ARE ANY PROBLEMS BEFORE YOU LEAVE FEEDBACK. AND YOU ARE NOT 100% SATISFIED WITH YOUR PURCHASE, PLEASE LET ME NOW SO THAT THE DISCREPANCY CAN BE SETTLED. PLEASE LEAVE A FEEDBACK. THEN I WILL AS WELL. EXAMPLES] Shipping to California 91710. USA 6' x 6' x 4' 1.15 lbs SMALL POCKET $ 12, no insurance no tracking 12' x 12' x 6' 2.1 lbs. $18[TRACKED POCKET] be
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 Circa. 1890 Stanley Of London Microscope With Certificate Of Authenticity& Appraised Value. Has 6 Original Slides and added magnifying Glass Mounted On Front. And Original Wooden Box With Small Storage Compartment. In Very Fine Working Condition! The Appraised Value Is $495.00 Country: England Measures: 10 1/2" X 4 3/8" X 3" diameter base Box Measures: 12 1/2" X 7 1/2" X 5" Total Weight: 4 Lbs. 9 Oz. Manufacturer: Stanley Of London Condition: Very Fine, GOOD LUCK AND HAPPY BIDDING IN THIS AUCTION. WE'LL HAPPILY COMBINE POSTAGE IF YOU BUY MORE THAN ONE ITEM FROM OUR MANY LISTINGS. IT IS NOT OUR INTENT TO TRY TO PROFIT FROM THE SHIPPING AND HANDLING COST CHARGED TO YOU. YOUR SHIPPING COSTS INCLUDE EVERYTHING THAT GOES INTO GETTING YOU YOUR PURCHASE SAFELY AND QUICKLY. We Ship Within 24 hours After ... moreReceiving Payment. Estimated delivery is 2-5 business days MOST ITEMS ARE SHIPPED USPS. PLEASE VIEW OUR OTHER ITEMS. WE WILL HAPPILY ANSWER ANY QUESTION YOU MAY HAVE; FEEL FREE TO E-MAIL US SO WE CAN BEST ANSWER ANY QUESTION. WE ARE NOT EXPERTS. SO PLEASE MAKE YOUR OWN MIND UP PRIOR TO BIDDING. WE'LL HAPPILY SEND EXTRA PHOTOS OR CHECK ANY PART OF ANY ITEM. ONLY BID IF YOU INTEND TO PAY. WE LIST ITEMS TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE. IF WE SEE ANY FAULTS OR DAMAGE WE WILL MENTION THEM. ALL ITEMS SOLD"AS IS" AS SEEN IN PHOTO'S AND DESCRIBED TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE. We reserve the right to remove an item at anytime that does not have a bid on it according to Ebay rules and regulations. Detailed Seller Ratings(DSRs) Guaranteed Satisfaction We also strive to receive 5 stars across the board on the Detailed Seller Ratings(DSR) Item as described: Items that we sell are described to the best of our ability. Please let us know if item was grossly misrepresented. Communication: We understand communication is key with all our customers. Please send all emails through eBay's Messaging System. We strive to answer all questions within 8 hours. Shipping Time: We striv
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
FRENCH BOTANICAL UNSIGNED SIMPLE MICROSCOPE. CIRCA 1830- 1840 A nice free-standing brass microscope with a round base. It is French origin. Brass finish is in great condition. The mirror is attached to a pivoted support that has dual mirror/plaster-filled disc. The mirror is in good condition, no cracks or damage. The focusing mechanism is a rack and pinion system with two(2) pivoting objectives mounted above the damascended( wavy pattern) see images. There is a swinging arm under the stage for the condenser. The microscope measures 4" tall and can extend up to 5 3/4" tall. There is a small round live box in the case and one(1) bone slider that is in great condition. The microscope comes with a nice case that measures 3 1/4" W X 4/1/2" L X 2 3/4" D. It works very smooth has an even operation. The case is well constructed ... moreand is a black sturdy cardboard- like case with a royal blue velvet interior, all molded to house the microscope and accessories. A similar microscope in the Billings Microscope Collection as a reference, Figure 390. Needs a good home! a;06d2.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp73%28%3Ea%3B06d2-146b330730c-0x105-
SIMPLE DISSECTING MICROSCOPE. CIRCA 1870 A great simple brass dissecting microscope. The maker is unknown. Solid construction. A heavy instrument. It is all brass construction with a glass stage and a black insert. The glass stage does not have any cracks, a thick plate of round glass with a bevel edge, measuring 4 3/4" in diameter. There is a large round mirror( the mirror is only on one side) for a light source and is attached to a vertical pillar with a rack and pinion adjustment. This pillar also serves as one of the three legs for support. At the top of the pillar is the magnifying ocular inserted in an arm that will swing to either side. The pillar with the ocular will raise to 5" There is not a case to store the microscope. Nice instrument!
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
This antique Spencer microscope is circa 1933 and has brass accents. There is a number 7 on the bottom back as well as serial number 118507. There are not any scratches on the mirror. Dimensions approx. 12"h x 4.25"w x 6"deep. Age appropriate wear all over. Please review all photos carefully as any damage not stated is visible in the images. ~We do not accept returns.
ULTRA LOMARA MICROSCOPE MIKROSSKOPE CIRCA 1930 Model Designation: Ultra-Lomara" W.D. KUEHN Manufacturer: Goerz Location: Berlin-Friedenau. Germany Production Year: 1928-34.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fvo%7B%3Dd70f%2Bf52%3E-146d65588d1-0x11e-
I am reluctantly having to get rid of this microscope slide due to reasons out of my control. Here we have an extremely morbid cross section of a Human baby finger. This microscope slide dates to the early 1900s as it comes from the personal microscope slides collection of A.B. Streedain. Alpheus B. Streedain who served in the US Army as an"Anatomical Artist" according to the 1920 President's Report. He was assigned as artist and photographer to U.S.A. Base Hospital No. 13 in Limoges, France. Alpheus B. Streedain was a fairly famous anatomical artist who spent a great part of his career at the University of Chicago however he also had several brief stints at other Universities. A lot of this information can be gleaned by searching for his name. You will come across several works of his and his name is widespread throughout biology ... moreand anatomy textbooks due to his great contributions in these fields. For information purposes here is Streedain's grave: http:image2.findagrave.com/photos/2014/127/85945442_1399603655.jpg The slide is in great condition as you can see from the pictures and. Under the microscope, provides a clear image. Reasonable offers will be considered however please understand that I am letting this go very grudgingly. I send via TRACKED packet only.
BOTANICAL ENTOMOLOGICAL"SCHOOL" MICROSCOPE. CIRCA 1870-1880 A botanical entomological microscope that consists of a brass tubular pillar stand that screws into the top of the wooden case on top of the lid when closed. The pillar stand measures about 4 inches in height and at the top of the pillar is a fixed arm that holds the three(3) stacking objectives that can be used together or individually. The round black stage with slide clips elevates up and down the pillar manually simply by lifting it up and down the pillar as desired. There is a pair of small brass forceps and an aquatic livebox for the examination of specimens in water and a single-sided gimbaled mirror. Which is in fair condition, see images. The mirror is demonstrating age and has no cracking, still very functional. This instrument was often called a"School Microscope" ... morebecause it could be used for educational purposes such as particular examination of botanical specimens, small insects or insect parts, water fleas and other objects that could be readily collected and examined. This instrument is English import and follows the design of the Society of Arts School Microscope of the 1855 time period. Similar to the earlier model of the Ellis Aquatic microscopes. It was also considered an inexpensive simple microscope and became a popular model. The lacquered brass is in good condition. The case is beautifully finished and two"C" clips to keep the lid sealed and measures 4 3/4" in length, 2 1/2" in width and 1 3/4" in depth. A similar instrument can be seen in Billings Microscope Collection book on page 164, figure 317. An immaculate botanical microscope with wooden case! 40g.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d72f%2B%3E40g-146ffb9e0d8-0x10d-
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
Circa 1898 Leitz Wetzlar Microscope. No. 48756. Includes original wood box with original key. Slide holder is housed in its original case. There is also an extra lens which is shown to the left of microscope in 1st photo. The lenses have brass cases. Which are stored inside the case. The case has a couple cracks on the inside. The wood case that holds the slide holder has a missing piece(see last photo) This box does not slide well into the case. This microscope has scratches but is overall in very good condition.
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!
SOCIETY OF ARTS BOTANICAL SIMPLE MICROSCOPE. Circa 1854- 1870 A simple botanical microscope that consists of a brass tubular pillar stand that screws into the top of the wooden case on top of the lid when closed. The pillar stand measures about 6 1/2" inches in height when fully extended and at the top of the pillar is a fixed arm that holds the three(3) stacking objectives that can be used together or individually. The stage is somewhat square with a swing out arm( pivots from under the stage for a stage mounted condenser attachment) elevates up and down the pillar by rack and pinion operation as desired. There is an aquatic live box that can be placed in a hole in the stage for the examination of specimens in water and a single-sided gimbaled mirror. Which is in good condition, see images. The mirror is demonstrating age and has no ... morecracking, still very functional. This instrument is English import and follows the design of the Society of Arts of London School Microscope of the 1854 time period. Similar to the earlier model of G. Field of Birmingham the lacquered brass is in good condition. This microscope probably was manufactured in England and sold in the United States by W. H. Walmsley in Philadelphia( may be why the Society of Arts Microscope Philadelphia)The case is still beautifully finished and two"C" clips keep the lid sealed and measures 5 1/2" in length, 3" in width and 2" in depth. The case does have a crack in the lid- see images- but does not interfere with the microscope function. The inside of the lid is lined with magenta velvet which is in good condition. There are no forceps or other attachments for the microscope. The lacquered brass finish on the nicroscope is in good condition. A similar instrument can be seen in Billings Microscope Collection book on page 164, figure 317, Gerard L'E. Turner's Collecting Microscopes, p. 33 and Singular Beauty, Raymond V. Giordano p. 57, figure 110. A nice example of a simple botanical microscope with wooden case! 1?Rcmd
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!
MUSEUM MICROSCOPE CIRCULAR DISCS. CIRCA 1800'S A unique set of circular discs( also known as Hertel discs) that fit a museum microscope. One of the early museum microscopes. Often referred to as a"Library" microscope was by Thomas Winter in London about 1835. His discs were actually horizontal rotating drums that had about 40 prepared slides. The museum microscope would be a great instrument to demonstrate the observation of both slides and geological specimens to students and people who came to the museum. The observer could easily change the discs and view any of the slides or geological specimens at their leisure. The discs in this cabinet hold twelve(12) specimens per disc. There are several discs that have"open" specimen slots that have rock and mineral specimens that are held in place in small mounting boxes ... moreunder the disc frame. There are a few of the rock or mineral specimens that are missing. Most of the discs area black with a brass frame underneath. Many of the discs are numbered and some of the discs do show some use but overall still in great shape. The discs that have actual microscopic slides have small slides with the specimen such as plant objects, insects and other natural objects. The slides area odd cut so that they will fit like a"pie" wedge on the circular discs and held in place with cut leather pieces to help hold in place. Many of the plant sections are stained with specific stains to demonstrate specific parts, entities or structures. The drawers are lined with black velvet-like fabric. Each drawer has a brass plaque with numbers tacked to the drawer front. The bottom drawer has dividers to house extra slides, leather pieces, etc. The discs measure 6" in diameter, the drawers measure 7 1/2" x 6 1/2" The case measures 8 3/4" L x 7 3/4" D x 9 3/4" H. It has a nice mahogany finish, mostly dove tail construction, no blemishes, has a glass door and brass knobs. The cabinet is a bit heavy for its size. A unique collections item!
Very Early Micro Scope circa 1800s? The microscope is made of wood and metal. The base is wood.about 6" long and 3 1/2" wide.maybe a 1/4" thick. A stamped metal ornate frame is nailed to the wooden base. The ornate frame holds a lense that allows focus on the viewing slide. Also attached to the wooden base is a mound that is encased in metal. I think it was the place that a candle or other source of light would have been placed so the item on the slide could be viewed. The metal frame is about 6" high. That's about all I know.I do believe that this is a very special item for those collecting early scientific or medical equipment. Thanks for looking. If you have any questions please email me and I'll answer as best I can. The bidding is started at $1.00 with $10.00 S&H. Please use PayPal to make the purchase ... moreif you are the lucky high bidder. Good Luck.
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!
BOURGOGNE MICROSCOPE SLIDE SET. 1856- 1870) One of the 19th century's most unique. Creative, detailed and important microslide preparators was Joseph Bourgogne, a Frenchman, and his brothers, Charles and Eugene. His slides were prepared both with and without his name. Often his writing or signature identified his workmanship, and even his design. His slide preparation dates range from about 1825- late 1870's. In 1835 he created his own microscopy workshop in Paris. He often would enter slides in exhibits in both France and London, achieving a bronze medal in 1844 and a silver medal in 1849. Bourgogne had a variety of slide preparations and designs. One particular style was two(2) glass slides with the object/specimen placed between them that were balsam fixed and fastened by"green" strips on each end. These slides were often ... moresold with French drum microscopes. He also had small slides that were known as"continental" size slides, measuring 1.5 x 6 cm, a smaller slide. In about 1850 Bourgogne was a supplier of diatom slides and later he discovered the"male" species of the scabies mite, which was originally thought to be only female. The set of slides available are a set of his paper wrapped slides, many preparations are of marine specimens, cloth samples, and other specimens seen in some of the images. These slides are in the 1856- 1870 time period, with his design of paper wrappings them included small circles cut out and placed on the front of the slides with handwriting. There are 47 slides total, all paper wrapped and two slides that are glass with one of his design labels( see images) arranged in two(2) slide trays stacked in a wooden mahogany stained case. Each slide tray has a blue satin ribbon to lift it out of the case. The case is secured with"C" clips. There are about 4 slides that have no specimen on the slide, just paper wrapping. Brian Stevenson in Kentucky has a great article on the history of Joseph Bourgogne and his family of microscope slide preparati
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.
SELLING WITHOUT RESERVE: VINTAGE BAUSCH& LOMB MICROSCOPE CIRCA 1915 PAT. JAN. 5. 1915#223424 14" IN HEIGHT WITH DOVETAILED WOODEN CASE BY MILVAY SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS- CHICAGO 2- 10X LENSES 2 BOXES(100+) GLASS UNUSED SLIDES 10X AND 43X LENSED ON BOTTOM ROTATING PIECE LARGE ADJUSTING WHEEL WORKS PERFECTLY SMALL ADJUSTING WHEEL NEEDS REPAIR VERY GOOD WORKING CONDITION VERY DECORATIVE SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENT SOLID CONDITION SMALL AREAS OF MISSING BLACK PAINT NO RESERVE Please look closely at the images as we may have missed something. PAYMENT We prefer Paypal. If needed we will accept a check mailed to us. Payment to be received within 3 days unless prior arrangments have been made with us. SHIPPING Upon receipt of cleared payment we will ship most items within one business day excluding weekends and holidays. We only ship through U.S.P.S. ... moreMost items are listed with priority mail charges. We will change from priority to standard, parcel select, first class or media mail. All we need to do is change your invoice BEFORE you checkout. We charge actual shipping cost only! We estimate shipping costs as close as possible, if by chance you are charged $1.00 or more in excess of the actual shipping cost, the overage will be refunded. We pack all fragile items securely for shipping. We do combine shipping to save on shipping costs. We get discounted shipping rates through eBay and we pass that savings on to you. RETURNS We describe our items as we see them. Please examine the images closley. If there is a problem with your item upon receipt. PLEASE contact us so we can resolve the problem before you file a case with ebay! If you are not happy with the resolution we come up with, then by all means, file a case. EBay reccommends that we try to resolve any problems before a case is filed.
| | | 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
Early slider made of bone or similar substance. With three specimens between mica circles. Specimens are a whole flea, a large insect leg, and what may be a piece of insect skin. 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.
Vintage Bausch& Lomb Microscope. Has patent date of 1915. Appears to be in very nice condition! Comes in original wooden box.
CHARLES BAKER COMPOUND MONOCULAR MICROSCOPE. CIRCA 1875- 1885 Charles Baker began his optical business in London about 1851. He published scientific catalogs that included his microscopes. His business was located on High Holborn street in London. He did not often use serial numbers and his instruments are not easy to date. This microscope has a brass tube body that is mounted in a brass sleeve attached to a rackwood and limb. Allowing the tube to go up and down. The extended brass tube when racked up is about 13 1/2" in height and when all the way down is about 10 1/2" The rack and pinion is horizontal which was usually manufactured prior to 1880. The fine focus adjustment is located on the side of the brass tube body. There is a single unmarked eyepiece. The stage has a"patterned" design and is moveable. There are no ... moreslide clips on the stage. Beneath the stage is a reflection mirror that measures 2" in diameter and does swivel as designed. The mirror itself has some hazy oxidation but still works well. The microscope is mounted on a trunnion to pivot and has a black"claw foot" base. The lacquered finish is in good condition. On the rear of the black base is signed" Baker, 244 High Holburn, London" The case is in good condition, has oak finish with green velvet interior. There is a brass handle and a lock but no key. The case measures 16 1/2" H x 8" W x 6" D. There is no objective with the microscope. The microscope and case weighs about 9 pounds. This microscope is still a great addition to any microscope collection. A great example of a Baker microscope!
Functional Circa B&L Compound Microscope: Coarse and Fine Focus Three Objective. 4X,10X, 97X oil, Graduated Draw Tube,5X eyepiece with stage clips. Unit from private collection. Unit features the introduction of the Rochester NY built instruments with both Fine and Coarse focus. No serial Number on Unit other than patent Number Registration Jan 13, 1915. Objective click stops are in excellent condition as are rack and pinion focus. Beautiful example of Turn of the century microscope, all Brass(black painted)with two brass objectives and Focus knobs.
Antique Johnson& Son's Microscope with Wooden Case and In Working Order. England. Circa 1900 Beautiful antique microscope in working order. This instrument was made in England circa 1900 and has survived to our days in excellent condition. It is a very complete item that comes in its original wooden case with its corresponding accessories. The microscope works fine and can be used to examine samples. All its component parts are original and so are the black enamel finish that covers the foot and the transparent lacquer which protects the brass pieces. The microscope mounts a 2-lens revolving nosepiece and an oscillating mirror original from the time. In the cast-iron foot we can see the engraved manufacturer’s name. W. JOHNSON& SON’S– LONDON, and the serial number 999. The same name appears also in the lenses that can be stored ... morein their brass sleeves. These sleeves bear the same inscription engraved in their lids, together with the lens’s size, in a fine cursive lettering. The lenses with their sleeves and the eyepiece can be stored in a wooden stand attached to the left of the wooden case. Inside the case we can also see a small wooden drawer designed to store the sample plates. It contains some original samples and also some unused ones. The case where the microscope can be stored is made of mahogany wood. With a wonderful reddish color and preserving the original finish. It keeps the original lock and key in perfect working order and also the top handle designed to carry the instrument. Its lovely design and excellent condition turn this beautiful antique microscope into an object of desire for the most demanding collectors. Measurements: Width: 6.6 in/17 cm. Height: 13.7 in/35 cm. I think I left nothing in the description but if I forgot something. I'll be glad to answer any questions. Bid with confidence. We are professional antique dealers. Hello. My name is José Pascual. And I am an antique dealer located in Zaragoza, Spain, which is a medium size city between Madrid and Barcelona. If
UNIVERSAL COMPACT FLOROSCOPE/ MICROSCOPE MAGNIFIER. CIRCA 1927 A small compact universal"hand" held microscope. Made in France- see image. This is a combination microscope, floroscope/ flower microscope and magnifier. When used as a floroscope/ flower microscope the pins described in the instructions in not with the microscope. The lacquered brass finish is in good condition. The original instructions are included but are fragile- see image. The cardboard box is fragile and has two(2) loose sides but is still in overall good condition. A nice addition to any small microscope collection!
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
This is an auction for 56 Antique Circa 1900 Human Microscope Slides. The only identifying mark that I see is on the object register it says Henry Heil Chemical Co. St. Louis, Mo. I am not an expert on microscope slides but I will do my best to describe these slides. Of the 56 slides. 4 are animal slides and 2 I am unsure if they are animal or human.The slides are dirty but the specimens seem to be in good condition. 3 of the slides have a broken corner but the specimen is not affected. The original box shows considerable wear but is functional. Here is a list of the contents: No. 3- Human Blood No. 4- Bone Marrow Cells No. 5- Bone Marrow(Cross Section) No. 6- Lymph Gland No. 7- Spleen No. 8- Hemo Lymph No. 9- Thymus No. 10- Adenoid No. 11- Tonsil No. 12- Peyers Patch No. 14- Urinary Bladder No. 16- Uterus No. 17- Vagina No. 18- Fallopian ... moreTube No. 19- Duurenum No. 21- Esophagus No. 22- Submaxillary Gland No. 23- S. Intestine and Pancreas No. 24- Large Intestine No. 25- Appendix No. 27- Liver No. 28- Tooth No. 29- Tooth No. 30- Tooth No. 33- Trachae No. 34- Lung No. 35- Lrynx No. 36- Thyreoid No. 37- Parathyreoid No. 38- L. Brochus No. 40- Pituitary on Hypophysis Cerebri No. 41- Heart No. 42- Heart No. 43- Kidney No. 44- Kidney No. 45- Testis No. 46- Prostrate No. 47- Ductus Defperens No. 48- Ovary& Part of Oviduct No. 49- Testis No. 50- Liver No. 51- Penis No. 52- Spleen- faint stain No. 53- Sub Maxillary Gland No. 54- Spinal Cord No. 55- Duodenum No. 57- Desophagus-near stomach No. 58- Menstral Uterus No. 60- Funiculus of Sheath Nerve No. 75- Ascaris Div. corner is broken) No. 76- Bone No. 81. 82& 83- Have no label(83 has broken corner) No. 90- Rat Fert. No. 91- Pigs Liver This list is included inside the box. I prepared the list to the best of my ability. BUYER TO PAY $6.00 SHIPPING BY PRIORITY MAIL WHICH INCLUDES INSURANCE AND TRACKING NUMBER. PAYMENT IS BY PAYPAL.I SHIP TO US ONLY.NO APO.
Striking Otto Seibert Microscope in Perfect Working Order. Germany. Circa 1915 This amazing antique microscope in its original wooden case is a German device manufactured by Otto Seibert Wetzlar circa 1915. It is a fully original item. In excellent condition and good working order. The microscope has a four-lens revolving nosepiece; all the lenses are signed with the inscription Otto Seibert Wetlzar. It also keeps all its original component parts. With a lovely classic design, the instrument has a bird-claw black iron foot and golden brass and chromed-metal mobile parts at the top. Screwed to the top of the enameled iron foot there is a small metal plate with the engraved inscription Otto Seibert Wetlzar. This company was founded in Berlin in 1867 by two brothers. Wilhelm and Heinrich Seibert. After some years the company moved to Wetzlar, ... morea city renowned for the optic material manufacturers that worked there. Though in the early 20th century the Seibert brothers were associated with George Krafft, in 1917 they started collaborating the the famous manufacturer Ernst Leitz. After the brothers and their heir died, in 1938 Leitz Wetlzar became the sole owner of the firm. This wonderful microscope draws our attention for its excellent condition. Its shiny metal pieces and its impeccable working order. Its four lenses guarantee a great precision and the metal gears and screw move fluidly and softly. The solid wooden case also contains two wooden stands, one of which stores four plastic sleeves for the lenses. The case is in good condition and preserves the original handle and lock. Inside the door we can see an original paper sheet with the printed manufacturer’s name and the lenses’ magnification numbers written by hand in black ink. With its impressive look and great working order. This stunning antique microscope will be the starring piece of any collection. Measurements: Height: 14.9 in/ 38 cm. Width: 6.2 in/ 16 cm. I think I left nothing in the description but if I forgot something. I'll be glad to answer any
BRASS MONOCULAR DRUM MICROSCOPE WITH WOODEN CASE. CIRCA 1850- 1890 A lacquered brass monocular drum microscope with accessories in a wooden case and is probably from France. The microscope measures 6 inches in height. The long tube measures 3 1/2 inches in height and focuses by sliding up and down the microscope sleeve well and has one(1) objective that is removable. There is a 1 3/4 inch compound eyepiece that screws into the focusing tube. The microscope base measures: 1 3/4 inch in diameter. The circular stage is fixed and is black in color with a few areas of wear see image of mirror. A cut away section is provided to slide a microscope slide on the stage from either side for viewing. A pair of forceps is included with the microscope in the case- see image. The mirror rotates and is in excellent condition. And functions well- see image ... moreThe lacquered brass is in good condition and the wooden case is in good condition and fastens with two(2) C" clasps. A picture similar to this microscope can be seen in the Billing's Microscope Collection book, page 44, figure 82. Overall a nice microscope! g63.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Feog4d71f%2B%3Eg63-14a889a9054-0x104-
Amazing C. Reichert Microscope in Perfect Working Order. Wien. Circa 1920 This beautiful microscope. Almost one hundred years old, is a collector’s piece made in Wien circa 1920. It is an amazing scientific research instrument, in very good condition and in its original case. The microscope comes with a complete set of accessories too. It mounts a three-lens revolving nosepiece, all of them original from the time. The lenses are signed by the manufacturer and are quite well preserved. The instrument works perfectly and can be used to watch samples, as well as being a singularly decorative item. The microscope’s foot is made of black-lacquered iron. With a very well preserved shiny finish. At the back of this piece we can see the manufacturer’s name engraved in the metal and painted black: C. REICHERT– WIEN. The serial number is engraved just ... moreunder it: Nº 60667. The history of the firm starts in 1874, when Carl Reichert married into the Leitz family. Two years after, Reichert started manufacturing his own microscopes in Wien. By 1900 the firm had produced around 30,000 microscopes. Reichert instruments were noted for their high quality and kept on being produced until the 1960s. In this particular microscope. The Reichert name is also engraved in the three lenses. The golden brass and chromed-metal component parts are in good condition; the brass keeps the original protecting transparent lacquer with scarcely any signs of the trace of time. Last but not least, the microscope’s case is made of solid mahogany wood in magnificent condition and with the original handle, lock and key. Attached to the door we can see a plate with the name of the original distributor, located in Zagreb(Croatia) Inside the case there is a wooden stand with the lenses’ sleeves and a small box with a sample preparation kit. This microscope’s quality and beauty. Together with its great mahogany case, turn it into an exclusive piece for any lover of scientific antiques. Measurements: Width: 6.2 in/ 16 cm. Height: 12.9 in/ 33 cm. I think
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.
Wooden carrying box for a portable Ernst Leitz microscope probably from the early 20th century quality brass loop handle on top hinges down, white colored plate(celluloid? is stamped E.Leitz Wetzlar New-York 411. W. 59. Str. Wetzlar Germany was origin of the microscope(missing) And possibly also the box, back panel has three cracks as shown last photo, inside back panel has a paper tag marked number 19, small sliding-top box inserts into right side wall of box; it has the slightly rusty key inside, door has a red and white handwritten label inside that reads Oc. 2 Obj. 3 x 17.45 Obj. 7 x 2.88, outside of door has a diamond shaped metal keyhole lock plate; lock and key work fine door has a number 7 screen/storm window tack and another label reading"broken. most of varnish is missing from door; sides and top still have varnish case measures ... more7" x 7 1/4" deep x 13 3/4" tall, handle adds another 2" in upright position, weight is a little over 5 lbs
This beautiful brass instrument was manufactured by Bausch& Lomb. C. 1890, and sold under a number of brand names. This particular instrument has"QUEEN& CO. PHILADELPHIA" engraved on the brass stage. It is constructed of painted cast iron. Lacquered brass, and nickel plate finishes, the latter to the drawtube. It features rack and pinion coarse focus but no fine focus. It has a swinging tailpiece with plano mirror which is gimballed but cannot slide up and down the tailpiece. This was part of the Bausch& Lomb Professional series. And marketed as the Library model, a microscope of solid and basic construction. You can learn more about this model at microscope-antiques.com/library.html This model was retailed by Queen in Philadelphia. McAllister in New York. And possibly others. This microscope is quite uncommon. The retail ... morevalue has been suggested at around $200-250; one recently sold on eBay for $235: This is a basic. Entry level collectible for anyone who wants to get started in collecting microscopes or scientific instruments. It's also a very nice display piece in its own right. It's been in my possession since the 80's and has been inside the case for most of the time I've had it. Microscope is 9" high. Fully extended 10.25" high. The extension tube on the objective lens is shorter than I have seen in other photos; I don't know the magnification. Comes with original box. Which is 10 3/4" X 6 1/2" X 5 1/2" The box at the back has a crack in the wood from age. See the photo detail.
This antique wooden microscope box was used to store an early 1900's Bausch& Lomb Microscope. There is a brass carry handle and a brass badge on top reading" CHANDLER& FISCHER. Ltd. Surgical Dealers Winnipeg and Vancouver" The box has a lock and key, but the lock latch is stuck and currently does not move using the key. It may just need lubrication considering it is over 100 years old. There are two removable trays inside which are used to hold lens and objectives. Each tray has four storage holes. The box looks like it is made of oak wood(not sure exactly) This microscope storage case's outside measurements are 14.25" tall X 6-3/8" wide X 7-3/4" deep. Inside height measures 13.25" tall X 5.25" wide X 7" deep. RETURNS/REFUNDS: Item is guaranteed to be as pictured and as described. Please ... moreask questions before purchasing. Returns are accepted and refunds are given upon the item’s return to me. Item must be returned and received by me within 14 days of your receipt and must be received back in the same condition as shipped to you. No shipping charges will be refunded. Buyer responsible for return shipping cost. If for any reason you think I have earned less than a 100% positive/ 5-star feedback. Please contact me first so we can work together toward a resolution. Request payment via PayPal within 24 hours of winning bid.
Up for auction is a circa 1920 microscope by Maurice Stiassnie of Paris. It comes in its original mahogany case with all lenses and some glass plates. Condition: The body and mostly the feet shows black paint loss. The brass or bronze parts have not been restored or polished. Lenses: The 5 lenses are untested. The lens containers are numbered as follows: 1/16. 8, 6, 3, 1. We believe that the photos give a really good sense of the overall condition of this microsope. They show it much better then we can describe, please look at them carefully. Dimensions: The case is 15 inches high. 8 inches wide and 9 inches deep. SHIPPING: Canada: $ 35.00 us dollars*Buyer needs to pay applicable taxes. Wait for our invoice before paying. USA: $ 45.00 us dollars Europe. Asia& Australia: Please write before bidding with the name of your country and city. ... moreTAXES Canadian buyers must be prepared to pay applicable taxes which go as follows: Québec: 14.98% Ontario. New Brunswick, Labrador& Newfoundland 13% Nova Scotia 15% All other provinces 5%
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:
Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Antique Circa 1923 Leitz Microscope Model F Brass microscope with an iron base. The original lacquer coating has worn off in most places and this microscope would look a lot better if the brass were cleaned and shiny. It comes with a nickel plated tube extension. The up and down movement is OK and the rack is fine. But some teeth are missing from the pinion gear. The condenser is good and the iris diaphragm works.It has a Plano/Convex mirror is in good condition. The microscope barrel is marked Leitz with serial number 218116. It has the following accessories: 1- 15 X Eyepiece 1- 3 Objective 1- 6 Objective 1- Apert 1.30 1/112 Oil Immersion objectives Dimension: 4.5: x 6.5" x 13.5"
Very rare miniature Dollond Chest Microscope in great condition signed Dollond London. In original mahogany box fully fitted. This is a very original& complete microscope box. 6″ x 4.1/4″ x 1.3/4
Striking French Cogit Microscope with Micrometrical Adjustment System. Paris. Circa 1920 Impressive microscope made in France the first quarter of the 20th century(circa 1920) In excellent condition and working order. The instrument comes in its original solid wooden case and preserves all its component parts. The case also contains three metal sleeves for the lenses and two spare eyepieces(complementing the one mounted in the microscope) all of them in great condition. The microscope has a black enameled iron bird-claw foot, while the mobile component parts are made of golden brass and chromed metal. They are all very well preserved and the brass keeps its original transparent lacquered finish. This microscope mounts a micrometrical adjustment system attached to the sample plate. This device is designed to move the glass plates and adjust ... morethem to within a millimeter without touching them at all. It is an extremely interesting piece in perfect working order. The instrument’s turret bears the engraved manufacturer’s name and city of location: COGIT– PARIS. We can read the same name at the top of the wooden case. Printed in a label with the following inscription: INSTRUMENTS& APPAREILS POUR LES SCIENCES“COGIT” and the Parisian address where the business was located. Among the different features of interest that this instrument shows. As well as the micrometrical system we should also mention its three-lens revolving nosepiece. The lenses are in excellent condition. The case where the microscope is stored is made of solid oak wood– it is beautiful and quite well preserved. We can see the original silvery metal handle, the shutting hooks and a nice and discreet metal keyhole. Inside the eyepieces and the sleeves for the lenses are stored in a wooden stand, a plank inserted into a piece lat the top of the case. This amazing microscope is a real museum piece because of its excellent condition and complete design. It will undoubtedly shine in any collection. Measurements: Width: 6.2 in/ 16 cm. Height: 13.7 in
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.
Bausch and Lomb Microscope circa 19xx. Features: Three objective turret. ABBE condenser. 10x ocular. Illumination, double sided mirror. Case included. Sorry no key. Crack in case. But it doesn't affect the integrity of the case itself. Awesome for any collection. In fact its been in my pharmacy for the past 10 years. I need to make some room for more decorations/collectibles Please bid to own as this piece is also for sale elsewhere and I reserve the right to end the auction at any time. Thanks and happy bidding! Justin.