A superb example of a Reichert Stative IIIM polarizing/mineralogical microscope signed “C. Reichert Wien” and “C. Reichert Wien n°32313” and one the box “32313”. According with the serial number we can date the microscope aroun 1905/1906.
The microscope is perfectly preserved, in pristine and working condition.
It comes with its two prisms, one mounted on 360e degree eyepiece, its Amici-Bertrand lens, two eyepieces (3 and 5 “Fadenkreuz”), two objectives (2 and 4), a ocular micrometer lens and a test-diatome plate from Möllers’s institut.
With the microscope is also preserved an expertise of the microscope realized in 1946 by Billen in Bruxelles.
On the box, the name of its first Belgian owner “Schaeffer”.
A great example of an Austrian polarizing microscope by Reichert.
The case measures 35x20x17,5 cm.
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