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Group of Two Microscopes, ca. 1948-1962American Optics, Spencer Microscope, ca. 1948Serial No. 272060includes original case and lensesErnst Leitz Wetzlar Company, Microscope, ca. 1962Germany, Serial N

$302 bids

Collectible vintage Marcel Wiegandt microscope, with lens paper, microscope slides and a wood locking box. 14.2inch, 8inch L, 10inch W,

$100

An Ernst Leitz Microscope No. 261982 with Wooden Case, Together with a collection of twenty-four porcelain petri dishes, 19th/20th Century.Wooden case dimensions: H: 9 x W:14 1/8 x D: 7 3/8 in.

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Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. Compound Monocular Microscope, Rochester, New York, 19th century, anodized tri-foot double pillar base, square cast iron stage, rack focusing condenser, mirror, rack course f

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Three Simple Field Microscopes, 19th century, a Gould-type with screw-mount rackwork pillar, stage, concave mirror, and three objective lenses; botanical microscope with manual adjustable stage, and m

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Two Student or "Household" Microscopes, monocular microscope with green-painted iron base marked "Universal Microscope/Wm.Y.Mc. ALLISTER PHILA" housed in a fitted mahogany box, the other marked on the

$1102 bids

19TH C BRASS ARNOLD & SONS MICROSCOPE,(LONDON) IN ORIGINAL CASE (NO KEY), FROM NYC ESTATE, IN NICE CLEAN CONDITION, AS IT'S PICTURED IT STANDS 16" TALL.

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19th c. field microscope in a walnut case. Signed A. Picart , Paris. 6 h ; box 3"h x 5"w x 7"d **Please Note: This item is NOT eligible for in-house shipping. Please refer to the terms and condition

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Microscope, Magnifying Group, includes: an unmarked brass single lens adjustable microscope, 8 1/2"h; a convex glass lens magnifier on brass stand, 4 1/4"h, and a primitive hand made cloth and cardboa

Hindman

Nov 09
$100

BAKER, Henry (1698-1774). The Microscope Made Easy. London: R. Dodsley, 1742. 8vo (197 x 115 mm). 14 engraved plates (9 folding) and one folding table. (Tear to corner of plate 8 with loss of pl

Hindman

Nov 09
$250

ADAMS, George (1750-1795). Essays on the Microscope, containing a Practical Description of the most improved Microscopes. London: Dillon and Keating, 1798. 4to (272 x 212 mm). Half-

$802 bids

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. (Rochester & New York City, NY, 19th/20th century). Brass microscope, in fitted wooden case. With Bausch & Lomb eyepiece and additional eye pieces, cases for eye pieces, slid

€2801 bid

Two Microscopes 1) Carl Zeiss research microscope, 1893, marked on tube: "Carl Zeiss, Jena. No. 22279", original lacquered brass, black-lacquered stage and horseshoe base, stand Ia, double mirror, sw

€1,2001 bid

Solar Microscope with Projection Device by Dollond, c. 1790 Signed "Dollond, London, Sold by King & Son Clare St. Bristol", 5 ½-inch square brass plate with rack and pinion and sector to the 1

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Vintage Microscope with original instruction booklet, electric power supply, electric bulb and microscope. Parts are labeled Made in Germany or Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Germany. Cones in Vintage Maple

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Folding Compound Binocular Microscope, 19th century, unsigned lacquered brass instrument, folding legs with cork fitted feet, circular rotating stage with clips, gimbaled mirror, condenser with turret

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J.W. Queen & Co. Compound Binocular Microscope, 19th century, lacquered brass instrument with Y-shaped base, single pillar, circular stage, mirror, objective rack focusing with fine eyepiece focusing,

€1,400

Early Brass Compound Microscope by Dellebarre, 1790 Signed on the tube "Dellebarre, 1790", brass, folding tripod base, square column secured with wing nut, mirror, height-adjustable stage and condens

€800

Early English Brass Compound Microscope, c. 1800 Unsigned, folding tripod base, conical pillar capped by a compass joint, short arm carrying the 9 ½ in. limb, front with rack and pinion for co

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French Box Microscope, c. 1760 Unmarked, mahogany box base with pyramidal glazed lid, removable sliding front, accessory drawer in lower section, 2-inch plane mirror on horizontal axis in middle sect

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Lacquered-Brass Griffith Club Microscope by Bausch & Lomb 19th century, foot engraved "E. H. Griffith Fairport. N.Y. C13," rack-and-pinion coarse focusing assembly, circular black stage, lacking mirro

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Compound Monocular Microscope Retailed by Charles X. Dalton, Boston Optical Works, 19th century, lacquered brass instrument with Y-shaped base, circular stage with clips, condenser and mirror with rac

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