Leitz Laborlux 11 Binocular

The Leitz Laborlux 11 was generally regarded as one of the ‘workhorse’ microscopes of the Leitz range. This particular model is binocular with periplan x10 eyepieces. Full mechanical stage with drop down controls. Kohler illumination with brightness control. Objectives Plan x20 and x100 (oil) immersion and Leitz x10, x40 and x50 (oil) immersion 160mm tube length objectives. The body work is very good and all together this is a fine microscope from the ‘hay day’ of the Leitz era.


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Leitz Teaching Head

A rarely found accessory in the used market. a Leitz teaching head with integral moving pointer, will attach to any modern Leitz compound microscope stand and will except two binocular heads (not supplied).

Price £86.67 + vat

Leitz Zernike Phase Contrast Condenser

This is a Zernike Phase Contrast condenser that will fit Leitz SMLUX  microscopes. Four position phase rings with a bright field option. Iris diaphragm and phase rind adjustment controls. Condition very good.


Price £162.50 + vat

Leitz SMLUX Circular Stage

A rare thing, this is a Leitz SMLUX circular rotating stage with a suitable specimen driver attached. This is obviously from a polarising microscope. Condition very good.


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Leitz Dark Ground Oil Condenser

This really is a collectors item. A Leitz flange fitting  dark ground condenser complete with lateral adjustment controls and additional iris diaphragm insert. All fitted into the original Leitz case. All in excellent condition for its age. Units like this are very hard to come by these days.


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Ernst Leitz Crosshair Slide

This is really a collectors item, a crosshair slide for centring circular rotating microscope stages by Ernst Leitz. Dates from about 1920 and in very good condition


Price £45.00 + vat

Leitz Ortholux II Binocular

Probably the most widely purchased microscope from the Leitz range. Transmitted lighting system with the light path for incident illumination.  The body work of this example is in very good condition, but the stage inevitably shows some signs of slides being slid on and off.

Objectives EF x4 (0.12), Plan fluotar x10 (0.30),  x25 NPL fluotar (0.55) and x40 NPL fluotar (0.70) and NPL fluotar x50 oil immersion (1.00).

Kohler illumination with a tungsten halogen light source. Periplan GF x10 eyepieces. Coaxial coarse and fine focus controls. Mechanical stage with the usual drop down controls and focusing substage. A fine microscope.


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Leitz Stand Alone Light Unit

This is one for the collectors. An all original Leitz stand alone light source. Pole base stand with a lamp unit that has tilt, focus and a filter slot. Original Leitz transformer unit. In very good condition for its age


Price  £175.00 + vat






Leitz Incident Light System

An incident light system that will fit the Ortholux and SM-Lux microscopes. Double iris and filter slots. Condition fully functional but cosmetically average hence the price.


Price £95.00 + vat




Leitz Condenser

This is a Leitz dovetail condenser with a numerical aperture of 0.25 and focal length of 62. From the inversion of the markings it was probably from an inverted unit originally. No iris diaphragm.


Price £37.50 + vat



Leitz Dark Ground Condenser

This is a Leitz dry dark ground condenser suitable for x100 and x400 magnification. It has flange fitting which makes it suitable for most Leitz microscopes. Complete in its original case. Units like these do not come along very often these days.


Price £66.67 + vat

Leitz Stage Micrometer

A collectors piece. A Leitz stage micrometer. 2mm divided into 200 parts and complete in its original Leitz  case.


Price £33.33 + vat

Leitz SM-LUX Trinocular

Leitz microscopes have stood the test of time, and this is a good example of a unit that has been modified to bring it a little bit up to date. It has had its light source very cleverly converted to LED with a rheostat brightness control that does not materially change the look of the microscope. From the top down it has a trinocular head with x10 periplan objectives. Leitz objectives x4, x6.3, x10 and x40 all corrected for 170mm tube length. Mechanical specimen driver. Flip top condenser with lateral adjustment. Kohler illumination with field and substage iris diaphragms. The body work is very good. An excellent opportunity to obtain a classic microscope with a modern twist.  

  

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Leitz x32 Objective

This is one of the first Leitz infinity corrected objectives. It is a plan x32 infinity corrected unit with a numerical aperture of 0.50. Its general condition is excellent.


Price £166.67 + vat

Leitz SM-LUX Binocular

A good example of the ‘work horse’ of the Leitz range. The body work and stage surface of this unit is very good for its age. A bargain price to obtain a Leitz microscope. Kohler illumination, full mechanical stage with focusing condenser with flip top lens. 170mm tube length objectives x4 (0.12),  x10 (0.25), NPL x25 (0.50) and x40 (0.65). Binocular head with x10 periplan eyepieces. All original at an excellent price.


Price: £195.83 + vat

Leitz Pv x90 Objective

This is quite a rare objective these days. A x90 phase contrast objective from the Heine phase days that Leitz had to deal with because of copyright issues at that time. So its a x90 phase contrast Apo objective with a numerical aperture of 1.15. Standard RMS screw thread and corrected for 170mm tube length. Oil immersion. Complete with original case.


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Leitz Ergonomic Binocular Head

This is a very rare Leitz product. It is an ergonomic head that allows angle of  the eyetubes to be adjusted through about 30 degrees to suit the height of the individual. It will fit the following Leitz models Laborlux  K, 11, 12, and D, Dialux 20, 20EB, 22 and 3A. Eyepieces not included. Condition excellent.


Price £187.50 + vat

Leitz x100 Objective

In very good condition this is a Leitz  1/12th  x100 plan objective with a numerical aperture of 1.30. Standard RMS screw thread and corrected for 170mm tube length. Complete with original case.


Price £50.00 + vat

Leitz Projection Attachment

Before the digital world with its cameras and projection devices arrived, it was somewhat unique to be able to share microscope images with others. This Leitz projection attachment was designed to do just that. It clamped over the eyepiece of a microscope and its prism deflected the image that the microscope saw to a screen. A part of our microscope history.


Price £41.67 + vat

Leitz 1/7a Objective

A good vintage Leitz objective with original objective case. Marked as 1/7a this is approximately - using the Leitz literature - a x54 oil immersion lens with a numerical aperture of 0.95. RMS screw thread and corrected for 170mm tube length.


Price £45.83 + vat

Leitz Diaplan Body

The Diaplan was the largest of the Leitz range and particularly well built. This body is offered for spares only as the electrical system (although complete) has failed. However the body work is really good for its age and would be ideal for parts for less well ‘journeyed’ units. The parts that are missing are the rear light box, objectives (5 position turret is present), head and the stage slide ‘claw’.


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Leitz Dark Ground Stage Attachment

This is a Vintage/Antique Leitz stage attachment which is designed provide a dark ground image with lower power objectives. Mounted on a plate that would seat on top of the stage and has two slide clips. Original lined case. Probably dating from 1920 or so. Excellent condition for its age.


Price £68.33 + vat

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