Automatic photomicrography system (without cables). Automatic, manual and flash settings. Asa/din, time and darkfield options.
Price £49.17 + vat
Wild Phase Contrast System
Wild was universally accepted as one of the quality microscope manufacturers of the last century. The Swiss company was renowned for its precision engineering and eventually merged with the Leitz company which in time became Leica. A complete phase contrast set in its original case is somewhat of a rarity these days. Zernicke phase contrast condenser with phase contrast objectives x10, x40 and x100 (oil). Very good condition.
Price £270.83 + vat
Occasionally superlatives are not enough. This is a magnificent example of this precision Swiss made microscope. The paint work of the microscope body and metal case is unblemished and the mechanical condition is as new. All original. Wild objectives x4, x10, and x40 with a x10 eyepiece. Specimen driver and light unit with switch. Now a collectors piece but also an excellent field microscope. Highly recommended. Mechanically as precise as any Swiss watch!
The Wild (Heerbrugg) company was founded in 1921 in Switzerland and their microscopes were notable for their fine engineering. Wild merged with Leitz in 1987 and was renamed Wild-Leitz in 1989 and has now become part of Leica Microsystems which is widely considered to be the current most prestigious microscope manufacturer.
Wild Teaching Head
This is a a Wild teaching head that will fit any Wild compound microscope. Complete with original case and a 35mm SLR camera back. These units are not that plentiful these days. Good condition.
Price £166.67 + vat
Wild M4A Stereomicroscope
This is an excellent example of an iconic stereomicroscope. Without doubt the Wild brand is associated with engineering excellence and durability and the brand was assimilated into Leitz and then Leica branding in due course. This example is in excellent condition bearing in mind that it dates from approximately 1970 or so with the iconic yellow finish associated with Wild at that time. The M4A has three pairs of objectives on a rotating turret allowing the magnification options of x6, x16, and x40 with the x10 wide field eyepieces. The stand has a mirror illumination system for transmitted lighting, and a glass dissection plate and stage clips. Swiss engineering at its very best.