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Special Auction Services - Photographica Auction
Sale commencing:   13 March 2018 10:00 AM

Lot 1

A Pair of Zeiss blc 7x50 German World War II U-Boat Binoculars, green, serial no. 55143, body, P, with hinged rubber eye cups, missing eye piece cover and rubber covering for focusing screws, optics VG, probably professionally cleaned

Estimated Value: £500 - £600

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Lot 2

A Nikon Tri-nocular Microscope, serial no. 51503, black, four objectives, monocular tube, and additional eyepieces, body VG, in maker's wooden box

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 3

A Nikon Tri-nocular Microscope, serial no. 86017, black, five objectives, incident illuminator, body G, scratch to base

Estimated Value: £300 - £400

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Lot 4

A Nikon Tri-nocular Microscope, serial no. 42619, black, five objectives, Nikon AFM camera adapter no. 76178, transmitted illuminator, no. 68137, body G, light age related marks

Estimated Value: £350 - £450

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Lot 5

A Nikon Binocular Microscope, serial no. 42897, black, four objectives, face contrast condenser, body G-VG

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 6

A Nikon Trinocular Microscope, serial no. 88517, black, four objectives, Nippon Kogaku Tokyo logo, body, F-G, stage worn

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 7

A Nikon Trinocular Microscope, serial no. 75922, black, four objectives, Nippon Kogaku Tokyo logo, circular stage, early condenser, missing eyepieces, body F-G, light scratch to base

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 8

An early Nikon Monocular Microscope K, serial no. 806359, black, three objectives, three eyepieces, in maker's case, body F-G, some paint loss around the base

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 9

A Nikon Binocular Microscope, serial no. 78543, black, four objectives, Nippon Kogaku Tokyo logo, missing eyepieces, transmitted illuminator, ultra dark field condenser, body G, minor age related marks, in maker's case

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 10

A Nikon Student's Microscope, serial no. 72384, black, three objectives, mirror illumination, body G, in maker's wooden case

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 11

A Nikon Stereoscopic SMZ Microscope, serial no. 114122, grey, zoom, X0.8 - X4, body G, imported by Projectina Company Ltd, in maker's wooden case

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 12

A Nikon Stereoscopic Microscope, serial no. 80094, black with grey stand, Nippon Kogaku Tokyo logo, X5 magnification, 0.5 objective, with additional hand rests, body G

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 13

A Nikon Stereoscopic Microscope, serial no. 225353, grey, 0.8 - X4 zoom, 0.7 objective, 10x eyepieces, body G-VG

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 14

A Nikon Phase Contrast Set, with condenser no. 44400, telescopic eyepiece missing, condition VG-E

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 15

A Nikon Phase Contrast Set, with condenser no. 16155, condition F-G, condenser showing minor dent to the bottom right, otherwise G, in maker's box

Estimated Value: £100 - £200

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Lot 16

A Nikon Phase Contrast Set, with condenser no. 65925, condition VG-E, in maker's box

Estimated Value: £100 - £200

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Lot 17

A Leitz Fluorescence Attachment, for ortholux microscope, with four fluorescence objectives, spare, na/1.4 condenser, and camera attachment, in maker's case

Estimated Value: £300 - £400

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Lot 18

A Nikon Alphaphot II YS2-H Microscope, serial no. 150701, with two objectives, cream and black plastic, body G, some minor marks to plastic

Estimated Value: £150 - £200

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Lot 19

A Nikon Labophot Microscope, serial no. 231777, cream, four objectives, with Optizoom head, 0.8 - 2.0x, no. 90617, body G

Estimated Value: £300 - £400

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Lot 20

A Olympus CH 2 Microscope, serial no. 8C0149, two objectives, missing mains lead, body, G, cosmetic marks to base

Estimated Value: £150 - £200

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Lot 21

A Leica DM2000 Microscope, serial no. 308054-D62008, four objectives (three Leica, one American Optical), ergonomic head, polarizer, analyser, Nikon condenser, Leica high eyepoint eyepieces, body G

Estimated Value: £1200 - £1500

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Lot 22

A Zeiss Axioskop Microscope, serial no. 451485, cream, trinocular head containing high eyepoint eyepiece and a Nikon D40 DSLR body, objectives - long working distance Nikon X10 objective, Zeiss X2, Wild X4, fluorescence filters, body G

Estimated Value: £1200 - £1500

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Lot 23

A Universal Camera Lucida, French, sold by W. Bly, London, bright-nickelled body, with viewing lenses and prism, in maker's fitted case

Estimated Value: £60 - £80

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Lot 24

Early 20th Century Telegraph Instruments, H W Sullivan lacquered brass and mahogany 'Sullivan's Galvanr. No. 525 Patented', 320mm high, in wooden case, with Nalder Bros lacquered brass and mahogany resistance bridge, in mahogany case, 230mm wide

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 25

A late 19th Century US printed wooden Telegraph Operator's Cylindrical Tariff Calculator, titled 'Via Pacific', with locations of states and neighbouring countries, with rotating word scale, 355mm long, F

Estimated Value: £40 - £60

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Lot 26

An early 19th Century lacquered brass Simple Pocket Field Microscope, in fitted mahogany case, with pillar limb with socket on lid, three eyepieces, detachable stage, mount detached, case 120mm wide, F-G

Estimated Value: £70 - £100

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Lot 27

An early 19th Century lacquered brass Drum Microscope, with eyepiece and six objectives, 250mm high, in mahogany case, F, one end of case missing

Estimated Value: £80 - £120

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Lot 28

A Carl Zeiss lacquered and black-enamelled brass Compound Monocular Microscope, serial no. 7981, with plain stage, Abbe condenser, on Y-shaped base, two mirrors and two objectives, 300mm high, in mahogany case, G-VG

Estimated Value: £80 - £120

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Lot 29

A 19th Century lacquered brass and mahogany 1?in. Two-Draw Telescope, 720mm long extended, with stained oak table tripod, in mahogany case, 400mm wide, G-VG

Estimated Value: £70 - £100

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Lot 30

An early 19th Century mahogany Medicine Chest, with two out of three large stoppered bottles, nine out of twelve smaller bottles and subsidiary drawer containing eight out of nine bottles, some with original labels, some with later labels for T. Ransome & Co, Medical Hall, Princess Street, Manchester, scales, weights, pestle, lacks mortar, and measure, 290mm wide, G

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 31

A late 19th Century veterinary 'Day & Sons Original Universal Medicine Chest No. 13', whitewood carcass with paper labels, empty, 380mm wide, F-G

Estimated Value: £30 - £50

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Lot 32

A late 19th Century Ross Eclipse lacquered brass Compound Monocular Microscope, German pattern, with eyepiece, triple nosepiece, two objectives, square stage, Abbe condenser, plano-concave mirror and Y-shaped base, 320mm high, with Reynolds & Branson condenser and Nicol prism polariser, in mahogany case, G

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 33

Microscope Slides, specimen slides, prepared by Wright, Layman & Umney Ltd, Southwark (33), in wooden case

Estimated Value: £20 - £30

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Lot 34

Eric Craig (1829-1923) New Zealand Fern Specimens, each dried specimen mounted on card, 210mm x 140mm, taxonomy in letterpress recto for each, purple stamp verso 'New Zealand Ferns mounted by Eric Craig, Princes St, Auckland, sold wholesale and retail' (23), in Kauri wood box, with manuscript label inside lid 'New Zealand, Feb. 89, from Miss McHarry (?)', overall G, some degradation of some specimens, box F, rear edge of lid partly missing

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 35

Ear Trumpets, one trumpet shaped telescopic in simulated tortoiseshell, the other with fabric-covered gutta percha tube with earpiece and bell-shaped ends, G, tube now quite rigid (2)

Estimated Value: £40 - £60

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Lot 36

An early 19th Century treen Phrenology Patch Box 'Cranologie du Docteur Gall', the lid embossed with diagrammatic skulls, the base with description of the system, 80mm diam., G-VG

Estimated Value: £150 - £250

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Lot 37

A mid-19th Century glazed white ceramic Bridges Phrenology Head Inkwell, impressed to front ' By F Bridges, Phrenologist', with black delineations and gilded decoration, 130mm high, G

Estimated Value: £250 - £350

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Lot 38

Casket of Knowledge - Phrenology and The Moral Influence of Phrenology', Phrenology, And The Moral Influence of Phrenology. Arranged on 40 Cards, Illustrative of the System. London. Published by Ackermann and Co. 96 Strand, 1835', Vol. 1, with one embossed instructional card of the head and 39 letterpress cards, in gilt-titled book-form slipcase, G

Estimated Value: £80 - £120

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Lot 39

A mid-19th Century glazed white ceramic Bridges Phrenology Head Inkwell, impressed to front ' By F Bridges, Phrenologist', with black delineations and blue and gilded decoration, gilded inscription 'Thomas Stonehouse' to front, 130mm high, G, some minor crazing

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 40

A Universal Camera Lucida, French, sold by Lechertier Barbe Ltd. London, bright-nickelled body, with viewing lenses and prism, in maker's fitted case

Estimated Value: £70 - £100

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Lot 41

A Carl Zeiss lacquered brass and black-enamelled Jug-Handle Compound Monocular Microscope, serial no. 37910, with triple nosepiece, circular stage and Abbe condenser, with separate circular micrometer stage, plano-concave mirror, four eyepieces, nine objectives and dark ground stops, 320mm high, in mahogany case, G, mirror P

Estimated Value: £80 - £120

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Lot 42

A 19th Century Pillischer lacquered brass Compound Monocular Microscope, serial no. 703, with joystick stage, stage forceps, wheel of stops condenser, plano-concave mirror, live box, two eyepieces and two objectives, 350mm high, in mahogany case, G

Estimated Value: £100 - £150

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Lot 43

A 19th Century lacquered brass Dissection Microscope, with three objectives in fitted subsidiary case, simple stage with forceps, plano-concave mirror and tripod base, 210mm high, in mahogany case, G, some damp spotting

Estimated Value: £80 - £120

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Lot 44

An Ernst Leitz lacquered brass and black-enamelled Compound Monocular Microscope, serial no. 78035, with triple nosepiece, attachable micrometer stage, Abbe condenser, plano-concave mirror, horseshoe base, four eyepieces and six objectives, circa 1909, 300mm high, in mahogany case, G, Dymo tape applied

Estimated Value: £80 - £120

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Lot 45

A late 19th Century Swift lacquered and anodised brass Paragon Compound Binocular Microscope, with Wale limb, rotating mechanical stage, Abbe condenser, plano-concave mirror, Crouch-type foot, double nosepiece, five eyepieces and five objectives, 430mm high, in mahogany case, G

Estimated Value: £180 - £250

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Lot 46

A Smith & Beck lacquered brass and black-enamelled Educational Model Compound Monocular Microscope, serial no. 2153, with plano-concave mirror, eyepiece and three objectives, in mahogany case, 300mm long, G

Estimated Value: £50 - £80

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Lot 47

A late 19th Century Ross lacquered brass Compound Monocular Petrological Microscope, serial no. 5195, with divided circular mechanical stage, stage parabolic illuminator, geared condenser, one glass broken, plano-concave mirror, two eyepieces and five objectives, 410mm high, in mahogany case, G

Estimated Value: £300 - £500

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Lot 48

A late 19th Century Zentmayer lacquered brass Dissection Microscope, with two lenses, plano-concave mirror and circular base, 150mm high, in mahogany case, G

Estimated Value: £50 - £80

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Lot 49

A late 19th Century Swift lacquered and anodised brass Dick Compound Monocular Petrological Microscope, serial no. 10834, with linked geared eyepiece and Vernier reader sub-stage condenser, the body tube with two Bertrand lenses, on Crouch-type foot, with eight objectives, 460mm high, in mahogany case, G, some wear to stage

Estimated Value: £200 - £300

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Lot 50

A 19th Century lacquered and anodised brass Compound Monocular Microscope, with mechanical stage, tripod base, plano-concave mirror, two eyepieces and objectives - two Andrew Pritchard lieberkuhns, Andrew Pritchard and two Nachet/Pritchards, in cans, 510mm high, G, lacks condenser, rack worn

Estimated Value: £150 - £200

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