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  • Telescope Walking Stick

    Lot: 188
    Sold for: $558$475

    Telescope Walking Stick, circa 1900, with brass one-draw telescope on collar, in fruitwood shaft with leather collar and ivory cap, the telescope 4 1/2 in. long extended, the stick ht. 36 in. (cap more ...

  • Ivory Bodied Monocular

    Lot: 189
    Sold for: $82$70

    Ivory Bodied Monocular, French, early 19th century, signed Gonichon, Place des Victoires, Paris, with silvered bodytube, lg. 4 in. unextended, more ...

  • 1 1/2-Inch Marine Telescope by A. Cairins

    Lot: 190
    Sold for: $118$100

    1 1/2-Inch Marine Telescope by A. Cairins, Liverpool, mid 19th century, with single draw engraved Improved Day or Night, lens cap with slide, and (worn) painted metal body tube, lg. 20 in. more ...

  • Reverse-Tapered Telescope

    Lot: 191
    Unsold  

    Reverse-Tapered Telescope, English, mid-18th century, with 3/4-inch object lens, single draw, ray and dust slides and leather covered mahogany bodytube, lg. 47 in. more ...

  • Collection of Hand Telescopes

    Lot: 192
    Sold for: $470$400

    Collection of Hand Telescopes, including a 1 1/2-inch three draw by E. Vion, Paris on tripod, a 1 1/4-inch signed I. Parkes, London and five others.I. Parkes is probably the optician John Parkes who more ...

  • Seven Pairs of Binoculars and Opera Glasses.

    Lot: 193
    Sold for: $264$225

    Seven Pairs of Binoculars and Opera more ...

  • Three-draw 1 3/4-Inch Telescope

    Lot: 194
    Sold for: $88$75

    Three-draw 1 3/4-Inch Telescope, wtih lacquered-brass body and leather covering, lg. 10 1/2 in. more ...

  • Three-Inch Table Telescope

    Lot: 195
    Sold for: $1,880$1,600

    Three-Inch Table Telescope, with 40-inch lacquered-brass bodytube, rack focusing and star finder, on cast-iron folding tripod feet, with accessories in fitted pine more ...

  • Engraved Bookplate From Cyclopedia Of Arts & Sciences

    Lot: 196
    Sold for: $147$125

    Engraved Bookplate From Cyclopedia Of Arts & Sciences, London, 1785, Optics/Microscope, framed and glazed, 25 x 18 more ...

  • Microscopy Items;

    Lot: 197
    Sold for: $88$75

    Microscopy Items; comprising a portable microscope in black metal cylinder, German, circa 1930, a bench condenser, two miniature microscopes, two objective cans, and a reproduction English folding more ...

  • Mahogany Microscope Slide Cabinet

    Lot: 198
    Sold for: $71$60

    Mahogany Microscope Slide Cabinet, with nine drawers, ht. 5 1/2 in. (lacking more ...

  • Various Instruments

    Lot: 199
    Sold for: $176$150

    Various Instruments, comprising a Leitz and two other European microscopes (poor condition), a brass portrait lens by Darlot, Paris, and a cased micro-specimen knife by Gemrig, Philadelphia, with more ...

  • Brass Culpeper-pattern Microscope

    Lot: 200
    Sold for: $588$500

    Brass Culpeper-pattern Microscope, mid 19th century, with rack focusing, circular stage, single objective, cone and scrolling supports to circular mahogany base, ht. 10 1/2 in. (lacks more ...

  • Four Microscopes

    Lot: 201
    Sold for: $646$550

    Four Microscopes, comprising a Society of Arts pattern by Doublet, London ht. 12 in., two Ross-pattern microscopes (one with extended bodytube) and a Martin-pattern drum more ...

  • Leitz Microscope

    Lot: 202
    Sold for: $147$125

    Leitz Microscope, No. 53713, with triple nosepiece, circular stage and sub-stage, on horseshoe foot, ht. 12 in., (buffed) with accessories in fitted mahogany more ...

  • Four Microscopes

    Lot: 203
    Sold for: $470$400

    Four Microscopes, comprising a polished brass Crouch with raised horseshoe foot, a nickel and black enameled by Bourigeaud, Lille, a cased Continental-pattern and a cased more ...

  • Lowinson's Thread Counting Micrometer

    Lot: 205
    Sold for: $59$50

    Lowinson's Thread Counting Micrometer, New York, 1930s, No. 8072, of lacquered brass with screw adjustment and eyepiece, in part case with instructions, and two miniature folding more ...

  • Miniature Drum Microscope

    Lot: 206
    Sold for: $235$200

    Miniature Drum Microscope, French, late 19th century, with pull-tube focusing and accessories, in mahogany case with slot in lid for steadying, the microscope 3 in. more ...

  • Miniature Compound Microscope

    Lot: 207
    Sold for: $88$75

    Miniature Compound Microscope, French, late 19th century, with pull-tube focusing, square stage and mahogany case with slot in lid for steadying, the microscope 4 1/4 in. more ...

  • Three Martin-pattern Drum Microscopes

    Lot: 208
    Sold for: $235$200

    Three Martin-pattern Drum Microscopes, French, late 19th century, the largest 9 1/2 in. high, another with accessories, all in wood more ...

  • Martin-Pattern Drum Microscope

    Lot: 209
    Sold for: $499$425

    Martin-Pattern Drum Microscope, English,. mid-19th century, of lacquered brass with pull-tube focusing, circular stage and reflector, ht. 9 1/2 in., with objectives, sliders, and other accessories more ...

  • Early Leitz Microscope

    Lot: 210
    Sold for: $353$300

    Early Leitz Microscope, dated 1878, of lacquered-brass, with double pull-tube and fine focusing, sprung bodytube, square stage signed E. Leitz, Wetzlar No. 2916 and reflector, horseshoe foot, ht. 8 more ...

  • Three Instruments

    Lot: 211
    Sold for: $88$75

    Three Instruments, comprising a Hartnack, Potsdam microscope with lacquered-brass body tube, ht.10 in, with accessories in mahogany case, a Baush & Lomb one-draw telescope on tripod, and a bakelite more ...

  • Lacquered-Brass Microscope By Reichert

    Lot: 212
    Sold for: $264$225

    Lacquered-Brass Microscope By Reichert, Vienna, No. 24011, with pull-tube, coarse and micrometer focusing, triple nosespiece, substage with iris diaphragm, and flat Y foot, ht. 11 in., with more ...

  • Three Leitz Microscopes

    Lot: 213
    Sold for: $264$225

    Three Leitz Microscopes, No.30673, of lacquered-brass with pull-tube and fine focusing, on flat Y foot, ht. 10 in., in fitted mahogany case, No. 292317,of black enamel and lacquered-brass, with more ...

  • Three Bausch & Lomb Microscopes

    Lot: 214
    Sold for: $206$175

    Three Bausch & Lomb Microscopes, 20th century, all black, one with lacquered-brass fittings, the others chrome, all more ...

  • Four Microscopes

    Lot: 215
    Sold for: $382$325

    Four Microscopes, 20th century, comprising a binocular Tyoda, two Spencer and a Busch, all more ...

  • Five Microscopes

    Lot: 216
    Sold for: $294$250

    Five Microscopes, mostly 19th century, comprising a Society of Arts pattern, a German portable compound in black canister with three threaded legs, two drums and a small German more ...

  • Linen Tester

    Lot: 217
    Sold for: $47$40

    Linen Tester, probably English, mid 19th century, with simple lens over brass base with four apertures, in cardboard box, dia.. 2 1/4 in.The base is marked 3/9, presumably 3 shillings and 9 more ...

  • Dissecting Microscope

    Lot: 218
    Sold for: $88$75

    Dissecting Microscope, probably English, late 19th century, with simple lens on pillar, and instruments in mahogany more ...