A vintage Japanese microscope, 1965, manufactured by Tower Optical Co., Ltd, a Ka model B class microscope with two eyepieces and two lenses, in the original box. Height 40.5 cm. Width 1 6.5 cm. Depth 19 cm. (box)
A large Theodolite, William Cary (1759-1825), London, housed in cedar case, inscribed Cary London above one of the verniers., the trade label on the box reads "A. Osterloh, chronometer, watch and clock maker. Maker of Mathematical instruments. 60 Rundle st
Optical Equipment: Sighting telescope No.24B Mk VI with by Taylor Hobson 1911. Includes original brown leather case with fastening straps, good condition; Australian made World War II sighting telescope in metal case. Fair condition. (2 items)
Georgian Zograscope the zograscope, or 'Optical diagonal machine', was used mostly in the C18 and first half of the C19 for viewing prints. It has a large shallow convex lens. When the print is viewed through the lens, it seems to enhance the natural persp
A late 19th century French optometrist's quality Optical Testing Set in original brass mounted mahogany case including each of the testing spheriques concaves and spheriques convexes with metal detailed tabs, circa 1870. Note; some lenses absent but set ne
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