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  • Re: Zeiss GFL

    Exactly what I was going to say (not really, Charles is much better informed). Yes, you will probably want to clean and re-lubricate your new acquisition.

    rbuck777 3 hours ago
  • Re: Zeiss GFL

    Hi Doug, From what I understand, the Standard GFLs were made from 1949-1955 with the ID logo stamping of Zeiss Winkel on the front base plate. From 1955-1960's

    charles.2211 6 hours ago
  • Re: occupied Japan single lens plastic microscope!

    Hi Charlie, For your question:I just can't imagine how it was Anton who first glimpsed, then drew image captures of his observations. All that dairey and

    rictsuk 15 hours ago
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We have a large knowledge base for the acquisition, collecting, accessorizing,
maintenance and use of legacy instruments. Members are well versed in all microscopy techniques including imaging and all types of contrast enhancement.

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This List brings together people who are interested in microscopy as
a hobby or profession. Let's share tips on equipment, supplies and

Topics might include collecting or culturing algae, protozoa,
bacteria and other specimens.

Although the emphasis is on light (optical) microscopes, all
technologies are welcome. Photomicrography discussions are encouraged.

updated -G.Couger 11.04.09

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  • Mar 10, 1999
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