This item is an early E. Leitz microscope. This Leitz microscope (monocular) includes everything shown in the pictures, 2 Eyepieces (6x, 8x) 3 objectives (A=1.30 100:1, A=0.65 45:1, A=0.25 10:1), stage and accessories shown. This vintage Leitz microscope is heavy (about 25lbs). About Ernst Leitz Wetzlar: Established in 1850, the German firm of Ernst Leitz (1843-1920) in Wetzlar became the leading manufacturer of microscopes by the end of the century. A company catalog published in 1896 claimed that they sold more microscopes in the United States than any other manufacturer. By 1900, Ernst Leitz had produced 50,000 instruments.
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