The HEIMDAL-Microscope after Friedrich K. Reinsch

The HEIMDAL-Microscope after Friedrich K. Reinsch

€1,200

The "Feld-Mikroskop", a rare travelling microscope by Carl Reichert Vienna

Circa

1935

Maker

Reichert, Carl

Country of manufacture

Other

Category: Microscopy

Description

Vienna ca. 1930/1935, 

signed

REICHERT AUSTRIA No 105885 “Heimdal” 

Comes with objectives 7a 60x and the eye-piece 10X

Original case c. 16,5 x 13 x 5 cm. 

old Engraved inventory No. from the Vienna medical university (not missing there) 

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