Nb Vintage Early 1900s E Leitz Wetzlar Polished Brass Microscope & Wood Case
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Nb Vintage Early 1900s E Leitz Wetzlar Polished Brass Microscope & Wood Case :
Offered at a price is a great early 1900s E Leitz Wetzlar Microscope. The microscope is in very nice original condition, the base is well marked , everything seems to work fine. The original box is in very nice shape and has the original key with 2 extra lenses. The box is made very well and has a brass plate that reads E Leitz Wetzlar New York - Chicago. The box measures 13 1/2 inches high. This is a sale please email us with any questions.
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