A brass drum microscope, Meyer & Co, 19th century, focusing by rack and pinion in original mahogany box with six numbered objectives, and a virtually complete set of accessories, the barrel signed 'Meyer & Co., Opticians, 29 Market St, Mancester', the case
A brass Cary type microscope, 19th century, the rectangular pillar with rack focusing, the barrel tilting within 90 degrees, the whole tilting on compass joint fixed in one corner of the original velvet lined mahogany box with accessories including four bo
A Victorian binocular microscope, W. Watson & Sons, London, lacquered brass and steel construction with rack and pinion adjustment, fitted with two objective lenses, engraved W. Watson & Sons, 313 high Holbourn, London no. 3380 to foot, housed in portable
A brass Aquatic microscope, late 18th century, the turning column screwing in to the lid of a shark-skin covered box, the stage fitting into the socket at the top of the pillar with the objective holder above, large mirror below, the box 3 x 12 x 11.5 cm
A rare 18th century cased compound and simple microscope, George Adams (c. 1709-1773), London, eight objectives for compound and four simple lenses, together with accessories including ivory slides, cased in mahogany box, 36 x 21.5 x 12.5 cm. Catalogue not
A Victorian brass and steel monocular microscope, 19th century, no maker's marks but case marked '23740', in lacquered brass with a heavy steel horseshoe shaped base, cased in a mahogany box with two eye pieces, tweezers, and a small silk lined box contain
A vintage W.Watson & Sons Ltd binocular microscope, circa 1955. The high powered binocular in black metal with brass and chrome fittings, upon a wishbone shaped base, retailed through Watson Victor Ltd and enclosed in a mahogany carry case. Box height 40 c
A good 19th century Carl Zeiss 'Jena' brass monocular microscope in original mahogany case, the revolving turret with apertures for three lenses. Good original lacquer to the brass and blackened surfaces, the original fitted box with matching serial number
A petrological microscope by R. Fuess, Berlin, Rosenbusch model, C1878, lacquered brass and steel construction, with revolving turret with four objective lenses, rotating stage with half degrees stops and with engraved ring scale, boxed complete with numer
A late 19th century cased microscope I.W. Watson & Sons, 313 High Holborn, London. Lacquered brass and steel construction with rack and pinion adjustment, the nozzle fitted with three objective lenses with sub-stage focusing lens, the box fitted with numer
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