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R& J Beck London Econo mic Micr oscope Fitted Wood en Case 19th Cent ury Serial# 15654 Offered in this listing is an antique R& J Beck Monocular Economic Microscope in fitted. Wood case w/ key. I believe this to from around 1890 based on similar dated examples in the same serial number range. I also believe this to be the Economic style based on web research prior to listing. Included are two objective lens' marked 1/6 R& J Beck and 1 R& J Beck. It has evidence of wear and use in the form of scratching and rubs. The wood box has damage on the rear corner. Refer to photos for details and feel free to ask questions. Thank you for viewing and kindly visit my other items currently for sale. North Carolina residents are subject to a 7% sales tax. International shipping to most countries(some exclusions) at exact cost through ... moreinsured USPS Express Mail(inquire about cost prior to bidding) International buyers. Please note: Import duties. Taxes, and charges(typically collected upon delivery or pickup) are the buyer’s responsibility and are not included in the item price or shipping charges. Please check with your country’s customs office prior to bidding/buying to determine what these additional costs will be.
hi i had this old microscope for so long i forgot about it dug it out of storage and dusted it off it is a Spencer microscope serial no.76097 made in buffalo new york it is painted black and body must be solid brass. the vinyl protective cover has a seperation in the sleeve the condenser appears to slide out and i believe can be removed two eyepieces are included mirror shows discolor with age on one side.flip side is clear. wooden case is dovetailed.it comes with a locking key that works.and a few spares it seems. the metal cans sit in the interior case shelf and 3 exist to fit the three magnification lens supplied. the example is clean but only used as a showpeice or decorative i am near certain the lens while not scratch suffer imperfections due to age.Some sort of crackle may take place in the glass with a sort of inclusion that appears ... moreto mare perfect clarity. shillabers immersion oil is supplied and makes the offer interesting in crossover appeal in vintage labware. Vintage bottles, vintage advertisement and so on while the craftmanship in the case itself appeal to woodworkers,cabinet makers, tools and cie and cie and the microscope should have similar appeal to vintage lab equipment. Medical.decorative nostalgia, vintage brass ware and cie and cie sold as is 99 cents good luck
German Binocular- Monocular Microscope Made by E. Leitz Wetlzar in 1948. In Perfect Condition Great German microscope made by E. Leitz Wetzlar in the middle of the 20th century(1948) In perfect condition and working order. This scientific instrument is quite peculiar as it can be used in two ways, monocular and binocular. Both options can be chosen just changing the eyepiece. The item comes in its original mahogany wood case and keeps all its accessories: eyepieces, objectives and wooden stands designed to store all the pieces in good order. E. Leitz Wetlzar is a classical and prestigious firm in the field of optical devices. The company started in 1849 when Karl Kellner founded the Optical Institute in Wetzlar. Germany. In the beginning the original emphasis was on telescopes, but soon microscopes started to be the main product. In 1865 ... moreKellner hired a very capable engineer, Ernst Leitz, who soon became a partner and in only four years took over the company and renamed it Optical Institute of Ernst Leitz, Wetlzar. The firm has been a leader in the field on optical instruments and components for decades, and among other designs it was the producer of famous Leica photographic cameras. This microscope is made of black-lacquered iron. In very good conditions. The objectives, eyepieces and mobile parts are made of silvery metal. All the components are well preserved and work fluidly, letting the user view the samples correctly. The mahogany case boasts nice dovetail joints, delicate and solid. Inside the door, two metal plates hold the instruction leaflet and a foil with information about the microscope: serial number(381717) magnification data and manufacturing date(November 16th, 1948) This microscope’s good condition and particular design. Together with its excellent working order, turn it into a classical piece worthy of the best collection of scientific instruments from the 20th century. Measurements: Width: 130 mm. Height: 380 mm. I think I left nothing in the description but if I forgot something. I'l
Spencer Lens Co. monocular microscope with serial#73702 suggesting it was made in early 1921. Has original box(no key for lock) and 3 lens with canisters. In very good condition with the exception of wear and scratching to the box and some minor paint loss on the microscope base as shown. 14" 6.5" x 4" 7.6 lbs. Purchased from the estate of a retired Navy physician who had inherited it from his physician father.
This rarely seen antique dissecting microscope is by Spencer and dates to the 1800's. Charles A. Spencer is known as America's first microscope maker. The microscope is marked: Spencer Buffalo USA. The microscope has a cast iron stand. It is in fair condition. The knobs on the sides move the lens but are very stiff and probably need some oiling. The bottom has the reflecting mirror and there is a thick. Beveled glass plate on the top that has some scratches. The arms for holding the glass plate are missing. The lens on the top is marked 10X doublet B&L O Co. U.S.A. The microscope measures 7 ½ inches long with the eye piece fully extended and it is 3 ½ inches wide and 5 inches deep. This is a fabulous unique microscope for the collector. Thanks for your bid! Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy ... moreand manage your active items.
ANTIQUE GERMAN WINKEL-ZEISS GOTTINGEN MONOCULAR MICROSCOPE w/WOOD BOX& EYEPIECES Marked by Producer with serial No. 27499! The eyepieces are also marked with logo and serials. box: 13 1/2" x 7 1/4" x 6 3/4" CONDITION: Excellent antique condition. The set shows some wear traces. The box has lock and handle, but there is no key. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. On May-08-13 at 23:47:37 PDT. Seller added the following information:
Antique Brass Compound Monocular Microscope Antique Brass Compound Monocular Microscope with triple turret nosepiece; three objectives with boxes; two oculars; adjustable revolving stage; elaborate rack adjusted substage condenser and iris diaphragm; plano concave mirror; rack and pinion course focus; micrometer screw fine focus; fine fitted mahogany case with key; signed E. Leitz Wetzlar; Circa 1885
C.REICHERT WIEN ANTIQUE VINTAGE BRASS MONOCULAR MICROSCOPE. Serial Nr. 36284. Actual picture! Rated as condition overal B+ Microscope is in excellent condition. With moderate signs of prior use. + 2 ocular lens IN BRASS CYLINDERS. Lenses are in fairly good condition. Need some cleaning. Slight haze, shows separation to the side of the object lens, some cleaning marks and a bit dusty. Mirror shows minor discoloring, some haze on one side, but no separation. All functions of the microscope smooth, fine focus that works. Comes without wooden box and with'aperture' All that is pictured will be delivered. Please use the photos to help judge content and condition. If you are unsure in anyway please ask. I do combine shipping on items. I'm offering discount from the price of my items for buying three or more. Please. Check my feedback ... moreand bid with confidence! Returns accepted! PLEASE READ THE TERMS BEFORE BIDDING Payment is to be received within 3 days of winning the auction unless we agree for something else. I will ship within 72 hours of your paypal payment being deposited. I'm shipping Monday thru Friday. Items paid for after 5:00 PM PDT time are considered next day. I Do Combine Auctions. Combined auctions will be quoted shipping at the end of the auction. Please do not pay for multiple auctions. Till you receive an invoice with combined shipping from me. Due to some items being over sized and or fragile I'm reserving the right to ship separately for safety reasons. Shipping Options. Please remember, Parcel Post can take up to 30 days, depending where you are located. Packages are coming from Bulgaria, Europe. CONTACT ME. If there is a problem with the item, before leaving feedback and I will take care of it. Communication is not te only, but the best solution. If for some reason an item is to be returned, Bidder will pay return shipping unless I have made a mistake in the description or the item have hiden production problem. Please remember when leaving feedback. Take in to consideration MY pe
ANTIQUE BRASS J ZENTMAYER Monocular MICROSCOPE PAT DATED AUG 1876 HISTOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION Here is a beautiful antique brass J Zentmayer microscope with patent date Aug 1876. Everything is shown in the images. The base is marked with J Zentmayer and patent date see images. I do not know much about microscopes. So I will describe to the best of my ability. This is a beautiful antique microscope made by the well know Joseph Zentmayer. from the internet: He was born in Germany. In 1826, Zentmayer emigrated to the United States, as a young man, already trained in optics and instrument making. He went into business in 1853, in Philadelphia, making his first large stand,the Grand American) around 1858. Over several decades, Zentmayer turned out a great variety of stands, from the elaborate"American Centennial" to the smaller"American ... moreHistological" and, earlier, the"United States Army Hospital" stand. Zentmayer's business remained in Philadelphia until his death in 1888, and, was carried on by his sons into the mid-1890's. The microscope is monocular. I believe it is a histological scope and is missing the mirror assembly that attaches under the platform and lenses. The previous owner made this into a kaleidoscope of some sort, so when you look into it you see a kalaidoscope pattern, this fitting slips right out. The microscope makes a beautiful display and could be used for parts or possibly restore, so it is being sold as is. A beautiful microscope to add to your collection. See images and email any questions. Keep watching for more vintage and estate items being offered now and upcoming. Combined shipping is welcome. We continue to offer an interesting array of antiques and collectible items now and upcoming. Save us to your favorites. Keep watching. Our Promise: Accurate Description. Good Communication, Thorough Packing, Timely and Very Reasonable(No Profit) Shipping, and Money Back if Inadvertently Misrepresented. We do pack extremely well although it items are lost or broken d
Antique brass monocular microscope for parts or restoration. I don't know much about it but will describe what I see. It is marked"No. 250 A. Krufs( or Kruss? I think) Hamburg" The long piece measures 9 1/4" It attached to the base by a brass'ring' This'ring' is broken from the base but it is a"clean" break and could probably be repaired in the right hands. The'lens' where you look into has some spots(probably needs cleaning from the inside) and the lens in the end of this piece is loose. It will not come out but you can make it sit one way or the other. see pictures) The base is 3" in diameter and is weighted. From the bottom of the base to the highest point is 5" The small wheel on the side moves the top of the platform up and down and the wheel at the back moves a piece with ... moredifferent size holes that is between the 2 platform pieces. They both work fine.The top part of the cylinder piece has some use wear and the bottom part has a small dent. Unusual microscope! Maybe you can restore it or use it for parts. Please check out the pictures for a better idea of condition and e-mail with any questions.
Compound monocular microscope. Circa 1850. English. Brass with fair to good finish. Smooth acting adjustments. Signed in script on back of crowfoot base: John B. Dancer. Optician. Manchester' 14" high closed. Extends to 19.5" Smooth working rack and pinion course adjustment. Fine adjustment by micrometer screw activated lever on base of body tube. Two support pillars. Compass joint with tilting upper section. Rotatable mechanical stage. Longitudinal movement by fusee chain. Screw actuated side movement. 1.8" diameter vertically adjustable universal plano-concave mirrors in good condition. The dark finish fitted mahogany case has a lock and key and a heavy brass bail on top. The case is in good condition. Case dimensions are:15.5 high x 9.5" wide x 8.5" deep. A handwritten memo is pasted to the inside of the drawer. ... moreNote the original purchase price! The case has 8 drawers. Accessories include: 2 objectives in threaded brass canisters marked: 1/4 inch' and'1/2 and 3/4" Inverting lens, Stop, Live box, Lens extender, Stage forceps, Probe and Scalpels with bone handles, 3 objectives, unmarked, Polarizer, Brass forceps and a standing Bulls eye condenser. One of the drawers contains 19 unmarked prepared slides. Inquiries invited.
Monocular brass compound microscope with wood base, Culpeper Type small form. Tripod scroll brass legs, with turned mahogany base, original mahogany pyramidal case, with some accessories in drawer. Unsigned. English. Circa 1790-1820. Accessories include: 3 objective lenses, Lieberkuhn reflector and its brass carrier, stage forceps, fish plate with original ribbon, knob for rack focus(see pictures with and without knob on) two ivory sliders from same period as microscope plus some unrelated, glass slides. Accessory drawer metal knob broken/missing(see picture) Mahogany wood case in great condition. Ebay shipping calculator is often wrong. Please don't hesitate to call or send in a question for me to get you a more accurate cost to ship! I can be reached at: 425-894-9589 Happy Bidding!
HERE IS A GORGEOUS MICROSCOPE! Has three sets of eyepieces.One eyepiece has a graduated measuring lens. The eye tubes slide wider and narrower. Every adjustment and knob works smoothly. Magnifies great! In 5 seconds. You can convert from the binocular head to its monocular head. The original key to the case works the lock! Its an excellent complete set that has stayed together all these years! You will have tons of fun with ths microscope and its beautiful to look at.
Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Description Antique 1915 Bausch& Lomb Optical Mirror Microscope Monocular Optics w/ Case You are looking at an antique Bausch& Lomb mirror microscope and accessories. This particular microscope has a patent date of January 5. 1915. Included is a wooden case for the microscope and accessories. No serial number was located on the microscope. However. The number 106 was found on the cabinet door. Objective Lenses: Bausch and Lomb 16mm(0.25) Bausch and Lomb 4mm(0.65) Bausch and Lomb 1.9mm(1.30) Eyepieces: Number 5· Number 10 Please note the microscope and accessories are being sold as is with no reserve and no buy it now price! The high bidder takes the lot home! Condition Report The microscope is in great condition given the age. The eyepieces and objective lenses are free of chips ... moreand cracks. The eyepieces and objective lenses should be cleaned. Please note the case does have exterior wear. The microscope has not been tested. Measurements Microscope· Height: 13 ¼ inches· Depth: 6 ¾ inches· Width 4 inches Case· Height: 14 inches· Depth: 7 7/8 inches· Width: 6 ¼ inches Photographs The full catalog of photographs appear below the text. Please make sure to scroll down to the bottom of the page to view all the photograph before bidding on the item. General Shipping Information We offer alternative shipping methods. Depending on the item and shipping destination, that includes the following: Local pickup of the item is welcome at our Wauwatosa. Wisconsin location, Bidders from Illinois. Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri(St. Louis area only) Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin we can offer you less expensive shipping through a local carrier. Please contact us with your postal code for a quote. International Bidders bidding on items too large to be shipped through USPS services. Please contact us with your postal code for FedEx Great Rate shipping quotes. US bidders on coin operated items can contact North Americ
NACHET ET FILS a Paris rue Serpente. 16. microsope part for sale Early monocular model from 1881-1886. It has adjustable mirror, but no tube no light collector and no optics. Original unrestored condition all brass body with working mechanics. Weight: 2200g Dimensions: 180*140*240mm Shipping world wide expedited/EMS UPDATE For extra 300$ will assembly tube with optics. And the focus knob
New Page 1 Hello dear friends. Offering for sale ~ a rare antique Austrian C. Reichert Wien No.38459 brass microscope in its original wooden box. Has an objective#8a and an eyepiece. Condition: Very good with normal traces of time. Please. Be sure to view all photos carefully as they are included as part of the item description. Measures: 11"high; 11 3/4" x 4 3/4" x 4 1/4"box Terms: All items are genuine and original. If you do not like your purchase and you are not happy with it. MONEY BACK in full is Guaranteed. Shipping: Bulgarian Postal Services, 10-15 business days to USA and to All over the World. To Europe is 5 business days. We offer combined shipping charges for multiple purchases. Each item will be nicely and securely packed to protect it against unwanted damage during delivery. Questions: All questions are welcome. ... moreAnd Will by answered in time, due to time difference. Payment: PayPal. No tax. No VAT cost will be added to your charge. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
This auction is for a Ernst Leitz Wetzlar 212964 binocular monocular compound microscope cased extras. Circa 1922-1923- very good condition. some cleaning of the brass may be in order. Interchangeable body tubes(monocular& binocular) It comes with a original fitted wood care case. There are interchangeable nosepieces- a 3 lens& a 4-lens. There are only 2 objective lenses included. They are mounted on 3-lens(the short one is B& L) nosepiece which is currently on the microscope. The long one is a Leitz. The binocular head as a pair or Carl Zeiss Kiox mobimi eye piece occular lenses. There are 5 other eyepiece lenses in a slide out holder in the case. Only one is signed Zeiss. Others are#d. The serial number 212964 dates this to 1922-23, it is found on the monocular body tube. There are two extra(leitz) condensers. One is on a mounting(side) ... morebracket. All of the adlustments on this microscope work as they should. The black enamel finish is very good throughout- the brass will need some cleaning. The wood case is clean and solid with original working lock& key/ The box is 19" tall. Thank you. Buyer gets these as seen and described. Please review the full lot of photos I have included, there may be two rows that you can view.Please check out the other auctions I currently have in progress. SHIPPING Information: It is 30lbs shipping includes insurance double boxed. I combine shipping on multiple purchases. Available for pick up. Please note I am located on the east coast so shipping times vary in length depending on your location. The USPS states priority takes 1-3 days. Parcel post 3-9 days. UPS states shipping can take 3-6 days. So if you are on the west coast please expect the longest time for delivery. I can not control how long it takes once I ship it. I ship the day after payment. Please email me at least 24 hours prior to the end of the auction with any questions, I try to answer all emails in a timely fashion, but I don't monitor the email all day long. Please use the Ebay ask buyer ques
VINTAGE BRASS MONOCULAR MICROSCOPE marked Made in France with Box. The brass microscope measures adjusts from 6" to 7 1/2" and is marked"Made in France" on the side. The microscope is in good condition but the shelf area has some missing black paint. see photo)
Vintage Brass French Monocular Microscope With Wood Box. Has stamped on side Made In France. Box has both original hooks for latching. Comes with 3 glass slides. Good condition. See photos for design and condition. Feel free to ask any questions. Thanks. Positive feedback will be given after it is received to confirm that the transaction is complete and you are satisfied with your purchase. If you have any questions when you receive your item please contact us.
Monocular Antique Brass Microscope Body with One Wooden Slide in French. Variable adjustable height 6" to 8" by turning one of the two large brass knobs, see photos for condition and details, shows its age, vintage antique brass microscope, the glass plate of the slide appears slightly cracked but intact, the wood on the slide is bright and the letters originally gilded, see photos, in French, probably a French made apparatus, no markings of maker. This auction is for the device in the photos, the body and the one slide, there is no monocular lens, just the threaded hole where it once went. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Feog4d72f%2Bf7%60%3E-1449fa82476-0x10b-
Vintage French Brass Field Microscope FRANCE Antique Monocular VERY RARE. Seems to be in great shape for age has 3 pieces of glass Microscope is 6" Long Box is 7" has made in France engraved on it beautiful piece. We describe and photograph each item to the best of our ability but sometimes flaws do get overlooked. If you have any questions. Please ask us before bidding on the item. Though we do not accept returns, we do aim to please each of our customers and strive for 5 star positive feedback! If there is a problem with your item, please contact us before leaving negative or neutral feedback so that we can work with you to solve the problem. If you do not bother contacting us before leaving negative feedback, then it will be too late for us to fix the problem. Payment is expected within NO LATER than 3 business days unless we ... morehave made special arrangements for delay.on the 4th day we open an unpaid item case. We take TWO business days for handling and packaging. Sometimes we can get it out sooner but generally takes two business days. We do not do any shipping on weekends or obviously on holidays that the mail does not run 1.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp73%28b0g%60%60%3E1-1449fa82474-0xfe-
Label says Bausch& Lomb Optical Co. Rochester NY 133384. The two lenses say Coddington B& L O. CO. and one is 19mm the other is 38mm. Tongue and groove wooden box has shelf for lenses. Brass handle and hinges. Generally good conditions. A little spotting on one side of the mirror but the other side is perfect and minor rust on the screw tops. Bausch& Lomb. Of Rochester New York, introduced this simple monocular dissecting microscope in 1903. The instrument is supported by a sturdy brass horseshoe-shaped base that secures a four-inch tubular pillar upon which the stage and eyepiece(ocular) are mounted. A swinging arm that houses the ocular is attached to the top of the pillar. The stage plate is four and a half inches square and has a glass specimen plate of the same size. The substage double mirror is attached to the pillar via ... morea swinging tailpiece. Focus is achieved with a triangular bar through a rack and pinion gear mechanism that moves the stage up and down on the pillar.
Recent Estate Find, ANTIQUE ERNST LEITZ WERZLAR# 252053 BINOCULAR/MONOCULAR MICROSCOPE IN ORIGINAL WOODEN INLAID CASE/BOX- CIRCA 1920s-30s MADE IN GERMANY THE SPECIAL CASE MEASURES APPROX: 12" TALL 6 5/8" DEEP 5 1/2" WIDE HEAVY BRASS HANDLE AND BRASS LOCK& KEY IN WORKING CONDITION THE CARRY CASE DOES SHOW A LOT OF WEAR BUT IS CERTAINLY AUTHENTIC AND HAS A GREAT LOOK WITH INLAID DESIGN ON FRONT AND DOVETAILED THE MICROSCOPE HAS BEEN WELL USED AND IT SHOWS- LOT OF BLACK ENAMEL HAS WORN OFF AND THE BRASS NEEDS A GOOD CLEANING MICROSCOPE ITSELF MEASURES 6 5/8" deep base 12" tall 5 1/2" wide INCLUDED WITH THE MUCROSCOPE ARE MANY ACCESSORIES- WHAT YOU SEE IN THE PICTURES IS WHAT YOU WILL GET IF YOU NEED ADDITIONAL PICS. I WILL TRY TO GET THEM TO YOU ASAP THIS IS AN ESTATE ITEM AND I KNOW NOTHING AT ALL ABOUT MICROSCOPES ... moreBEING SOLD AS IS AND AS FOUND BUYER TO PAY VIA. PAYPAL WITHIN 48 HRS OF AUCTION. YOUR 30 lb ITEM WILL THEN BE SHIPPED VIA FED EX WITH TRACKING AND INSURANCE! THANKS FOR LOOKING! Posted with
Signed on rear foot: Baker 244 High Holborn. London"English. Black enameled brass and lacquer finish. Extends from 11.8" to 21" English. Finish optics and function: good.Rack and pinion course focus. Fnie focus by micrometer wheel beneathnpost.Tube extenskon both by rack and pinion and sliding tube. Tilts at compass joint via locking lever.Triple objective nose piece. 5" dia. revolving stage with integral mechanical stage with X_Y adjusting screws. 0-8mm graduated scale. Sub stage module consists o fAbbe condenser. Iris diaphragm and stop/filter holder. Centering screws.Module adjusts vertically by rack and pinion. 2.4" dia. plano concave mirror in good condition. Mirror is universally adjustable. Accessories in fitted m of which is adjustable, aa" DD" The fitted dark finished mahogany carrying case is in ... moregood condition. Leather carrying handle, Lock with key. Case measures 9.2" wide x 10.8"deep x 12.2" high.This lot is offered as shown. Inquiries invited.
Watson and Sons Type"Rare" Monocular Microscope A probable pre-Edinburgh student microscope. Rare. This may be a 19th century Watson and Sons microscope- see Watson microscope catalog if available. There are no markings or identification on the microscope itself but pictures in the Watson and Sons catalog show a similar microscope. The microscope is brass- a nice lacquer finish with a brushed black"claw foot" base and measures about 11.5 inches in height. There is a rack and pinion focus, a brass rectangular stage and a rotating sub socket for accessories. Beneath the stage is a plan-concave two(2) sided mirror on a swing arm. On one side one(1) mirror is cracked- see image. The cracked mirror was like this when I acquired this microscope in 1991 but has not hindered the instrument in any way. There is a small wooden drawer ... morein the upper left corner of the wooden cabinet with a"white" drawer pull. Inside the drawer are two(2) brass canisters with objectives, one(1) glass slide, one(1) eyepiece and a small lens. The wooden case is also in excellent condition with a brass handle on top and a built in lock with key. The cabinet has a fine exterior finish. A very nice brass monocular microscope!
Up for auction we have a VINTAGE MONOCULAR ACCU-SCOPE MICROSCOPE w10x.40,10,4. 938888 VINTAGE MONOCULAR ACCU-SCOPE MICROSCOPE w10x.40,10,4. 938888 I DO NOT HAVE ANY KNOWLEDGE WITH THIS PIECE, IT DOES LIGHT UP AS SHOWN IN PICS AND YOU CAN SEE ITEMS THROUGH LENS THERE DOES SEEM TO BE SOME DUST I DID NOT CLEAN LENS{ DID NOT WANT TO SCRATCH OR DAMAGE WITH OUT CORRECT CLEANER OR RAGS} THE BASE OF UNIT BODY DOES HAVE SOME STAINS{ FROM USE/ STORAGE} THE NUMBERS ON LENS ARE AS FOLLOWS: THE LENS WITH RED LINE AROUND LENS IS 4/0.1 160/0.17. LENS WITH YELLOW LINE IS 10/0.25 160/0.17. LENS WITH BLUE LINE 40/0.65 160/0.17. LENS ON TOP W10X-18mm THERE ARE NUMBERS 93888 ON INSIDE OF NECK BEHIND BLACK PLATE{ I DO NOT KNOW WHAT NUMBER IS SERIAL MODEL# I will start the bidding $$$EXTRA LOW$$$ For all you treasure hunters out there! PS: Be careful not to be ... moreoutbid by last Minute Bidders: It's real easy. eBay has a special proxy bidding system! If you just bid the absolute maximum you are willing to pay for this item right from the start. The proxy bidding system will always work for you! For example, if the bid is $4.00 and you feel it's worth $15.00, then just bid $15.00 now. The proxy system will automatically put a bid in for $4.25(one bid higher than the current top bidder) and continue to bid for you automatically until it reaches your preset bid limit(in this case, your highest bid will be no more than $15.00) Now, here's the best part! Let's say the last 2 minutes of the auction some SNIPER comes along, sees one of my wonderful items and bids $4.50 while you're not at your computer. Normally, you would lose. But in this case, the system will automatically increase your bid to $4.75(again making your bid one bid higher than the highest bidder) out-bidding that sniper and preserving your WIN! Isn't that easy? Do yourself a favor. Bid now so you don't forget later! High bidder to pay the SAME FLAT RATE FOR CONTINENTAL U.S. OR- CALCULATED SHIPPING RATE TO THE REST OF THE WORLD! Stated
this is an antique BRASS MONOCULAR MICROSCOPE marked Made in France with original Box. The brass microscope measures adjusts from 6" to 7 1/2" and is marked"Made in France" on the side. it is in great condition. Everything moves. comes with glass rod, pick, tweezers and 9 old glass slides. some paint loss on the bottom and inside where the mirror is. No dings or dents. You can also see some damage to the one corner of the box and the box is also missing one of its hook latches. There is a piece of paper from the previous owner stating its history with their family. for me, this was an auction item in a box of many items) pre packaged weight is 1 pound.
Please review all photos carefully as they form an integral part of the description. For spares or restorations. Offered for auction is an assortment of antique microscope/ scientific parts of various kinds. As shown in the photos. Some are damaged(e.g. cracks, loose pieces of monocular, etc. missing components(e.g. lenses, side of box, etc. Offered as is; photos show entire lot. As well as each item at different angles, please review. In the first image. Each piece of the entire lot is lettered so if you have any questions, please reference the letter. The other images show various perspectives. Essentially this is a collection of pieces from a couple lots I purchased in the past. I removed the pieces of interest to me for spares. Hope you will find something of interest in rest. Happy to answer any questions/ send more photos. Happy to ... moreship outside the UK. Canada, and US, but please contact me beforehand to obtain a quote and confirm I can ship to your location. I reserve the right to refuse sale to any bidder that has poor or limited feedback so please check if such is the case prior to bidding. Shipping is an estimate based on conservative dimensions. I only charge the actual shipping cost. Any notable difference when dropped off at the post is refunded. Thanks for looking and kind regards! lm3vhp.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d72f%2Bjw%60%3Elm3vhp-14534a3762b-0x10d-
Monocular icroscope by R. J. Beck. English late 19th century. Serial No. 19528. Brass. Finish. Function, optics: good. 5" high, closed. Tilting compass jopint. 3.5" wide x 3"m long stage. Removable mechanical stage. Double objective nosepiece. Sub stage self centering module consisting of an Abbe condenser, iris diaphragm and filter holder are vertically adjustable by rack and pinion. Fully adjustable 1.8" dia. plano-concave mirror in fair to good condition. 4.8" long x 3.7" wide horseshoe base with inscription on back foot: R. J. Beck. London. 19528' Fitted dark finished case is 13.3" high x 7.6" wide x 6.7" deep. Lock and key. Brass bail. Accessories include: Analyzer, Polarizer, Beck vertical illuminator in canister, vertical illuminator, dark box, oculars marked: 1' and'2' objectives ... moremarked: 1.5' and'2/3' graduated objective in canister marked: 1/4'parabolic reflector. The fitted, dark finished mahogany case has a lock and key and brass bail and is in good+ condition. A magnifying power table is mounted behind door. This microscope is in pristine condition. Offered as shown. Inquiries invited.
Antique brass and cast iron microscope from the early 1900s by E. Leitz Wetzlar of Germany. No 126765, with two brass objective lenses by Spencer of Buffalo New York, 10X and 4X. Needs cleaning, polishing and some TLC but will look great on display. Seems to focus and magnify well. Heavy. A little over 12" tall. Check my feedback and bid with confidence. Fast shipping. Froo www.froo.com | Froo Cross Sell. Free Cross Sell, Cross promote, eBay Marketing, eBay listing Apps, eBay Apps, eBay Application.
Antique French 19c? Ball Joint Compound Monocular Microscope Stage Bulls Eye 3 Hole Disk Diaphram Marked Depose/ Possibly Unsigned 19c Hartnack or Nachet/ 6" Tube Missing Mirror But Not Sure What Else. Eyepiece Looks Clear, Triple Objective Compound Lense Look Clear Wgt 2 Lbs,
Untitled Document Welcome to EstateAuctionsInc! We are one of the Leading Sellers of Antiques. Collectibles and Quirky items on eBay. We have been selling since 1998 and ALL of our auctions start at.99 cents. We are proud to announce that we maintain a"FIVE STAR Detailed Seller Rating" and our staff strives for 100% customer satisfaction. Our 100% feedback rating will vouch for that. We work with consigners from Coast-To-Coast and work hard to make sure we have top quality items. We are"Your Quality Zone" search"YQZ" to see our other listings or_ UP IN THIS AUCTION Mid 19C Powell& Lealand London Brass Microscope Joystick Monocular Compound Great Iron Base. Mirror Light Source Please be patient there are 15 photos to be loaded in this auction. In this auction we have a wonderful antique microscope. Circa 1800's. ... moreThe body of the microscope is engraved with the maker's name, Powell& Lealand, London. We are not experts on antique microscopes but we will describe this as best as we can. This has a great brass body with the patina of many years of handling. It comes with an iron stand that has an adjustable table that uses a joystick type handle to position the platform. There are many places where this is adjustable. Or threaded areas to attach different lenses, etc. very complex construction for a time when transportation was by horse or possibly early steam engine railroad locomotive. We have not seen a date on it anywhere, but with photos available online, we estimate this as being from 1843-1848, a similar model identified on the Golub Collection website. The body with this unit is not attached to the stand at this time. You can see mounting holes on the stand and on the tube, which measures approx. 9¾" long with a lens in place. The stand stands approx. 12⅝ tall without the body in it, the platform measures approx 6" by 3¾" One of the mounting holes on the stand is compromised due to a bit of the metal being knocked away, but there
Some wear on the mirror but otherwise in great shape. Looks to be late 1800's to early 1900's but there is no marking of the maker or date. There is a mark that says German on the slide prong.
Antique Victorian LEITZ. ZEISS, Wien Type Small Monocular Microscope Fitted Case Don’t be disappointed with your purchase…PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION BEFORE YOU BID. We have had several items returned because bidders did not read description. Thnx for lookin. Up for your consideration is this Antique Monocular Microscope With Case A small late Victorian period brass monocular microscope. In original fitted wood box. Measures 8" fully extended, 7 1/4" collapsed. Swivel mirror has some reflective material loss. All other parts are in good working condition, needs a good cleaning. Included with the microscope is the original wooden case. Microscope has no markings of any kind. Unsure of the proper function of the piece. So am unable to test, but scope appears all complete and functional. Round base foot appears to have been repainted. ... moreThis item shows wear. In Good Condition for Age Please Look at Photos! Would be a fine addition to any Collection So… what are you waiting for? Start your bidding now! Feel free to contact us with any questions We do combine shipping upon request Thank You Please Pay Promptly* We accept PayPal ONLY* PAYMENT IS DUE 10 DAYS FOLLOWING THE AUCTION CLOSING DATE. If you make a purchase from us in one of our"Fixed Priced Auctions" for our original asking price payment is due at time of sale. Please use PayPal to make your payment! Due to the number of items we sell all items will be shipped on a first pay first ship basis. I will mail what I can during the week. ALL other item will be mailed FRI-SUN. This will mean if you pay on a Sunday it may not be shipped until the following week. SORRY but I just cannot keep up. Payment must received within 10 days after auction closes. If we do not receive your payment as per our guidelines. You will be put on a no-pay status and the item will be resold. Thank You. And we look forward to doing business with you! Btr-Ant aka ok1958 Please Pay Promptly* We accept PayPal ONLY* PAYMENT IS DUE 10 DAYS FOLLOWING THE AUCTION CLOSING DATE. If yo
Late 1800’s brass monocular microscope with claw foot steel base. Extra eye piece and bottom lens. Rack and pinion focusing. Plano-concave mirror. There is no maker’s name. Microscope measures 15” high. Base is 6” wide by 6 ½” deep. Microscope has patina and marks consistent with use and age. Teeth on rack and pinion are worn and slip. But still work. Mirror has cloudiness and lines. Please see photos for condition. Microscope is suitable for display. And is not sold for scientific work. If you have any questions. Or would like more photos, please ask before the last day of the auction. United States bidders only. Please. We do not ship outside the U.S. No bidders with negative or zero feedback. PayPal payment expected within 7 days of auction close. Item will be shipped within 3 business days of confirmed receipt of payment. Buyer pays ... moreshipping via USPS Priority Mail. Refund policy: Item is antique and is sold as is. All sales are final. Please view our other auctions.
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!
VINTAGE BRASS MONOCULAR MICROSCOPE with Wooden Case. The microscope measures 6" high and is not marked with a makers name and has a hinged wooden box. The microscope and box are in good condition and were found in an Estate.
A top of the range WATSON No.1 Van Heurck microscope. With matching Holoscopic optics and both monocular and Wenham binocular bodies, in it’s fitted mahogany case. The makers called this instrument Dr. Henri Van Heurck's Microscope for the study of photography of diatoms and all delicate researches. Dr Van Heurck himself claimed this design to have been manufactured"a perfect instrument" with the utmost possible precision" which is probably why this Watson model is most desired by collectors today. On the monocular body. The main focus and first stage draw tube is by rack& pinion and fine focus is by thumbwheel-lever. The binocular body tube inter-ocular separation is by thumbwheel controlled rack& pinion. The microscope has a mechanical stage with thumb-wheel"X- Y" control and a slide clamp with clips. ... moreOn a circular rotating stage. The mechanical, centring, sub-stage has thumbwheel controlled course and fine adjustment and holds a universal sub-stage condenser with lever-operated iris and swing-out filter holder. The plano-concave mirror is on a swing-out limb for oblique illumination. And the stand is engraved with the makers serial number. This number, 26,620, dates it to about 1921. The stand also has a brass engraved plate with inscription“PRESENTED TO FRANK STEVENSON ESQ. MAR 1921. The microscope comes with a set of high class Holoscopic objectives& ocular optics for use with the monocular body and a set of Para low power objectives for use with the binocular body tubes. The top drawer in the cabinet holds seven objectives in matching engraved. Lacquered brass cans, 2"top hat" type Holoscopic eyepieces(X20& X10) and a brass can of various shaped dark ground stops. Two low power oculars are stored in the binocular tubes and a low power ocular is stored in the monocular tube. The second drawer holds a live box, a compressor and a twin nosepiece adapter. Also in the case is a Watson camera lucida. A pair of photographic objectives(2in& 3in) and a proje
Antique brass E. Leitz Monocular Microscope. Unrestored condition. This is an Ernst Leitz microscope No. 224377. Note: it appears to be all original Leitz except the nosepiece is from a Spencer. The objective is marked: 3 E. Leitz Wetzlar, the condenser is not marked but does have a freely working iris diaphragm, the condenser carrier has an unusual(to me at least) height adjuster. The plano/concave mirror looks good and the coarse and fine focus adjustments are both silky smooth. Since I don’t normally deal with antique microscopes, I have not made any attempt to clean or polish this microscope. I think it would look great if it were cleaned up. Please Note: All items to be shipped outside the USA will be exported via eBay’s Global Shipping Program only. Please bid freely if you live in the USA or in a country served by eBay's Global ... moreShipping Program! Returns accepted only in cases of misdescription. We try very hard to correctly describe items. If you feel an item has been misdescribed, please contact us. Thanks for bidding!
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-
Antique Brass Monocular microscope Engraved with R Field& Son New S Birming. Has numbers on the barrel to move up and down for focus. Very nice condition. Scratches and marks from age. Mirror shows marks as pictured. Very nice microscope. Full open is 12.25" tall. closes to 10.25"
as found.early(1916-17) LEITZ monocular brass microscope. has black base/ original wood case#172000(stamped on both scope and case) extra attachment as shown in photo. Case is aprox. 13" tall. with original key. note in photo.a crack in door was repaired.solid) Scope has not been polished. focus works smooth. I am not a microscope collector so please ask questions. I am a camera collector and this came with Leica camera equipment. Nice early science instrument for collector or office display.
GOOD COND. IT IS 13" TALL. ONE OF THE TUBES INSIDE IS LOOSE. THE PRISM APPEARS TO BE ATTACHED TO GLASS TUBES WHICH HAVE LENS ATTACHED TO THE ENDS. ACCEPT ANY APPROVED FORM OF PAYMENT.
A Fine Quality Continental Style( Heavy Brass) Microscope Made by Ross of London# 8248. believed to be.Circa 1900 to 1910! The Microscope is Very Heavy. It stands 14 inches Tall when fully extended. The" Horseshoe" Base is 6 inches by 4 inches. The Base is 5/8 of an inch thick. Amazing Piece for its Age! There is an extra lens( Para 1/2 inch) in a Plastic case( Marked Watsons' Parachromatic) This Microscope was found in the London. England area about 1954, and has been in a Local Estate since that time. In the same state as when it was found.never used by the Local Gentleman who acquired it) The Microscope is housed inside an Antique Leather Case with the Initials( T.H.M. on the front of the case. The Leather case measures 14 inches wide. 8 1/2 inches Tall, and 5 3/4 inches Deep. The Latch on the case works Well. Andrew Ross ... morewas born in 1798. And developed and started selling simple and compound Microscopes in 1831. Andrew Ross died in 1859, and his son Thomas took over the Ross Company. In 1865. Thomas Ross was one of the finest makers of Microscopes in the United Kingdom.as was his father. The Ross Company earned many National and International Awards for its' advancements. And the Quality of its instruments in the 1800's. James Swift worked for Thomas Ross.and started his own business in 1854( Part of this Microscope is inscribed with J Swift and Sons of London) The Ross Company of London continued to sell. And develop Microscopes, Telescopes, and Binoculars well into the 1st Quarter of the 1900's. This Piece is a Great Collectable! Please ask for Quote for Shipping.Before Bidding.if you are Overseas! Thanks.
Large Antique c.1860 Victorian Brass Monocular Microscope Offered here is a large c.1860 Victorian all brass microscope. Closely resembles examples by Baker& Ross however I'm not finding a makers mark anywhere. The instrument stands on a massive"Y" shaped base with heavy uprights supporting the main body on trunnions. At the base is a large two sided mirror on gimbal. Minimum height 14-1/2" extending to 20-1/2" by rack and pinion and telescoping body tube. Weighs just over 9 pounds. Fine focus is mounted on pivoting arm, optics are clear with all lenses intact, tested with glass slide for clarity& focus(works great) All adjustments working smoothly including the sliding stage which moves in two directions, nothing stripped or broken. Issues~ Fine adjustment needs a part. Not broken but missing a small cam shaped ... morewasher located underneath arm. When I bought this today I thought the objective lens was missing, but found it when cleaning the optics(someone has stored it inside the tube body, apparently they did this because it's not threading) The male threads on the objective lens& the female threads on the tube look fine, they are not stripped and appear to be of the same type(I don't know why it's not fitting but I'm not messing with it) I have the first couple threads started just enough to hold the objective lens in place for the sake of taking pictures. Cosmetically the brass has lost most of it's original lacquer. There is light tarnishing across most of the surfaces and traces of brass cleaner in crevices. There are no dents or dings, no deep scratches or damaged parts. I'm not an expert on this type of thing, what I have learned was accomplished today doing research. There may be parts missing and repairs needed, view photos carefully and bid accordingly. ~ Thanks For Looking ~
The item on offer is a rare Gundlach monocular microscope. Given the jug-handle style of the frame and the laminated two plate structure of the stage I guess this microscope dates from about 1910. All the optical components are by Gundlach. They consist of two oculars(marked 1 inch and 2 inches) Three objectives(2/3 inch, 1/6 inch and 1/12 inch) an Abbe condenser with swing-out filter holder and iris diaphragm, and a plane/convex mirror mounted on a swing arm. The eyepieces and objectives are clean and without obvious blemishes or delamination; the plane mirror has a few blemishes that do not reduce its usefulness and the concave mirror is without blemishes. The microscope is fitted with a Leitz mechanical stage. The mechanical motions of the microscope. The stage and the condenser iris diaphgragm are smooth. The microscope case(cherry? is ... morein very good condition but is missing the key for the lock. There are brass cases for each of the objectives. Ernst Gundlach(1834-1908) was a major figure in the development of the microscope industry in the United States. He started his career in Germany and rapidly gained a reputation for the excellence of his microscope eyepieces and objectives. After encountering financial difficulty he sold his business to Seibert. Then immigrated to the United States in 1876 and joined Bausch& Lomb. Gundlach was the designer of the early Bausch& Lomb microscopes. After leaving Bausch& Lomb. He entered a brief partnership with Yauman& Erbe, and then set up his own company, Gundlach Optical Co. in Rochester, N.Y. Gundlach Optical Co. continued to make optical microscopes into the 20th century. In 1900. Gundlach Optical Co. acquired Manhattan Optical Co. and all subsequent microscopes were sold under that name. The winning bidder will pay $40.00 for insured UPS Ground shipping in the continental US. Actual cost elsewhere. Payment by Paypal is preferred but a personal check drawn on a US bank is acceptable.
CULPEPPER MONOCULAR This auction is for a fully functioning microscope; a. Monocular in the Edmund Culpepper 1730 design. I am not certain of the age of this microscope; it might be very old, an old reproduction, or a newer piece designed to look old. The general wear implies some age and use. The scope stands about 6" tall with a 1" wide eye piece. The mirror is cracked but none of the optical glass shows any signs of damage. Please review all pictures as they are part of the description. If you have ANY questions regarding this item or shipping rates and options. Please do not hesitate to ask before you bid! We do our best to accurately describe each item completely and our intention is to post clear images for your review. Emails receive responses in 24 hours or less. 7 days a week.As most of the items we list are either used ... moreantiques or collectibles, they may possess some flaws associated with their manufacturing process or the'laying of hands' from their former owner. Returns and Refunds in full based on individual circumstances. I stand behind my merchandise and descriptions and handle complaints professionally. Properly, and promptly. Please ask questions BEFORE bidding. NEW ITEMS ADDED WEEKLY.CHECK OUT OUR OTHER AUCTIONS! Payment and Shipping: We prefer PayPal for it's convince and the buyer protection that it offers. Contact me for other forms of acceptable payment. All items will ship within 1 business day after receipt of payment unless stated otherwise in the description of the item. If you require a specific shipping method. Please contact us as we can be accommodating in most cases. INSURANCE: in response to Ebay's receipt policy change. Items we consider necessary to insure will be insured at our expense. We will insure anything at the buyer's request and at the buyer's expense. INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: All international shipping is quoted at the International Priority Shipping rate with a $5.00 service charge. On most items. All intern