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Vickers M722 Petrographic Polarizing Microscope  

Research Microscope for PLM (Polarized Light Microscopy).


Research Microscope for Geologists, mineralogists, geophysicists, soil scientists, crystal chemists, materials engineers, medical researchers, asbestos consultants, and many others including biologists. Fully working the unit has been deep cleaned and, for a list of Optics, Objectives and other attachments see Details

Victorian Brass Pocket Microscope  
In Wooden Case


A nice looking Victorian brass pocket microscope in its own purpose built wooden case

Specifications

Height -16 cm (Approx.)

Diameter of Base – 5 cm (Approx.)

Weight – 150 g

Weight Boxed – 260 g (Approx.)


Brass Pocket Telescope  
Five Section

A nice looking brass pocket Telescope with 5 section tubes

No Makers name or date but well-engineered throughout.

Specifications

Length Closed 11 cm (Approx.)

Length Open 36.5 cm (Approx.)

Diameter of Base – 3.5 cm (Approx.)

Weight – 200 g


Optics are in excellent condition


Readers Digest Naturescope Pen Telescope


In Original Box


A tidy looking 3 section telescope looking like a blue pen with a pocket clip.

Made in Japan For Readers Digest


Length Open – 28 cm


Length Shut – 15 cm

Eelex Short-Wave Converter


Eastick & Sons, London 1931


The Eelex "Duplex" Coil. Pre-stage (adaptor for SW/FM/VHF/UHF incl. built-in), Frequency / RF Converter/Adapter (not voltage converter) Made in 1931 by Eastick & Sons this unit is in excellent condition. It has not been electrically tested but bearing in mind it has only one valve and some switches it would appear to be fine.


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A pair of pocket binoculars in original box with instruction sheet. Rubber coated these binoculars come with a canvas type belt case.


Details

Power: 12 x

Objective Diameter: 25 mm

Relative Brightness: 4.8

Angle of View: 4.6

Field of View: 80 mm/1000 m

Exit Pupil: 2.2 mm

Lens Coating: Fully Coated

Lens Construction 2 x 6 E / 4 G




ANTIQUE FRENCH LEMAIRE PARIS TRIPLE OPTIC BINOCULARS - MARINE / THEATRE / FIELD C.1870


3 Setting Switchable Lenses


Although these binoculars bear no makers name they have a bee engraved on the wheel on the side together with the patent number 3349. This bee signifying the mark of the French Lemaire Company. They have been manufactured to an exceedingly high engineering standard. They appear to be of brass manufacture and then blacked by some sort of anodising process. They are easily dismantled (1 Screw) allowing for ease of servicing

An early wooden wall mounted telephone. Fitted with an exchange switch with the following positions;


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Main to Extn

Exch to Extn

Main to Extn Extn Held



This switch is stamped with the military “Crows Foot”

The Telephone has a brass ear trumpet and mouthpiece with a brass dial, and bells that are fitted to the top of the casing. On the side is a hand crank for generating the ring pulse. The internals of the set appear to be complete

US Army Signal Corps Field Strength Meter

August 1949 (Korean War Era).

An original US Army Signal Corps Field Strength Meter 1-95-A, this unit will require new batteries before operation. Unit has badge denoting a serial number of 12. Manufactured by Bendix Radio Corporation in Baltimore.



18 x 17 x 15 cm / 3 Kg

This unit requires new batteries (Not Supplied)

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