C. Reichert Wien Microscope No. 32220 - Antique

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The microscope is signed "C. Reichert Wien No. 32220" on the base. Reichert established his business in 1876 in Vienna. Apart from the stage clips, everything is original on the microscope including the three objectives believed to be 10x, 40x and 100x oil. There is also a swing out brass condenser and mirror. The microscope is in excellent condition and a rare find.

Product Specifications

Style Monocular
Serial # 32220
Eyepiece Widefield 10x
Nosepiece Triple
Objectives 10x, 40x, 100x
Focusing Separate coarse & fine adjustment
Stage Stage clips
Substage Swing out brass condenser
Light Source Mirror

Disclaimer: The microscopes in this section are described as accurate as possible. Some references have been made from the "Billings Microscope Collection", Second Edition. Most of the microscopes listed have original parts and are in working condition. No warranty is expressed or implied. The authenticity of the antique is to the best of our knowledge.


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