Collection of Cameras & Lenses including vintage 'Harkette' camera by Kodak, Canon 'Coronet' Cameral No. 910903, Boxed 'Auto Miranda' lens,Yashica lens, Vintage 'Foth' Photo-Plait of Paris Camera, German 'Nettar' Camera in leather case, Halina 35x Camera, and assorted other lenses and accessories. Please see photographs.
Bernard Lens was well known for adapting large oil paintings to a miniature scale, painting for noble clients who usually commissioned small works after their own paintings, such as John and Sarah Jenyns Churchill, first Duke and Duchess of Marlborough. The son of Bernard Lens II (1659/60–1725), draftsman and drawing master at Christ’s Hospital, London, Bernard Lens III inherited his father’s drawing talent and in addition taught drawing skills to Horace Walpole, the three children of King Georg
For sale is an antique 3 draw telescope with lens cap. It dates from the late 19th to early 20th centuries. The telescope tubes are made of brass, the surface is a lacquered brass finish with a grip of real leather. The front (objective) lens diameter is 1.5 inch/4cm (approx.). The focus is by pushing & pulling the draw in & out and is smooth. It must be fully extended, except for focusing, to view through it. The optics are clean with no bloom, fungus or scratches & have been cleaned recently.
SONY HANDY CAM WITH CARL ZEISS VARSO-TESSAR 23 X OPTICAL LENS TOGETHER WITH CANNON 8mm VIDEO CAMCORDER IN ORIGINAL BOX, BOXED SUPER 8 AND SINGLE 8 CINE PROJECTOR, SLIDE PROJECTOR AND SCREEN AND A BRAUN 8 SUPER CASSETTE MOVIE CAMERA IN CASE
This large powerful four draw telescope has a sliding sunshade cover, protective lens covers at each end and an adjustable shoulder carry strap. The main tapered barrel is clad in leather with all stitching intact. Engraved on the first draw is ‘BROADHURST CLARKSON & CO.LTD., 63 FARRINGDON ROAD, LONDON.E.C.’ and on the other side ‘J.K.M.HOLMES & CO.LTD., NORTH SHIELDS’. The brass draw tubes still have a firm draw action and the sight and magnification are great. Externally the condition of the t
Pharaoh Petals Pendant (UK) Frosted A Stunning Luminaire Petals Are Formed By Lenses That Optimise Reflection And Refraction Which Enhance The Luminous Effect But Reduce Energy Consumption 20 x 20 x 26cm RRP £940
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A rare pair of TRIOG turret binoculars produced by Officine Galileo of Florence, Italy. 80 mm Achromatic objective lenses and revolving oculars with 12, 20 and 40 times magnification. Graticule in each right hand ocular. With original transit cases. The binocular case contains yellow filters for each ocular. Officine Galileo is an Italian company producing scientific and astronomical instruments based in Campi Bisenzio, in the province of Florence. Founded 1862 , by the astronomer and instrument
A Mixed Collection Of Vintage Accessories To include boxed Jenopten 8x30 M binoculars, sport glass 3 x 20 M viewing lens, cigar cutter, leather cigar pouch, two clay pipes etc. Together with a silver tone crystal set compact and limited edition music box with floral decal to front. Please see image
Molyneux family, a miniature pencil profile portrait attributed to Charles Hayter, circa 1810, another miniature of a gentleman after Bernard Lens, two further Victorian miniatures and two miniature silhouettes (6)
A rare late 1920's Carl Zeiss Jena triple turret binocular. 33, 52 and 72 times magnification, 110 mm objective lenses. With original cranked rise and fall tripod stand. Circa 1928. Tube length 155 cm. Illustrated in: Carl Zeiss Jena, Astronomische Instrumente astro 30, page 22, Fig. 23 Asaltur. The same model is part of the Robert B Ariail collection of Historical Astronomy, South Carolina State Museum.
A large channel marker or lightship light, made by AGA, (American Gas Accumulator Co.) on pedestal stand with a replaced perspex Fresnel drum lens. Frame marked AGA, cast in a number of places. There similar lights in museums, such as the National Lighthouse Museum Staten Island, NY. AGA was started in 1904 near Stockholm, Sweden, by Gustaf Dalen, a 35-year-old engineer and ingenious inventor. Dalen's lights burned acetylene, with a bright light, was an excellent fuel for lighthouses, AGA's inte
A rare mid 1920's Carl Zeiss Jena triple turret Asaliter monocular. Germany, circa 1925. 35, 58 & 117 times magnification, 130 mm objective lens. With original cranked rise and fall tripod stand. Clip on ocular lens cover and fitted wooden case. Illustrated in: Carl Zeiss Jena, Astronomische Instrumente astro 30, page 22, Asaliter.
A splendid “rose over yellow” (original catalogue description) ‘Palacio’ crystal vase with a straight neck above the angular bulbous body. The vase is cut to clear with lenses, splits, and flat cuts, the base is polished smooth.
A large quantity of late 20th century photography equipment, A large quantity of late 20th century photography equipment to include a Polaroid Image System camera in original box, SLR cameras and lenses, a Bolex 564 XL AF cine camera in fitted case, tripods and other items. (Qty)
A mahogany cased brass telescope by James Pettit F.R.A.S. (Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society), the main tube is inscribed "Made by James Pettit F.R.A.S. 1837" 3 1/2 inch objective lens, and 2 interchangeable ocular lenses/eyepieces.
Magnificent and superbly carved Meiji Shibayama jewelled Ivory elephant inlaid with finely carved ornament of mother of pearl, abalone shell, coral, tortoiseshell, amber and many more selected natural materials and stones. carrying a 8cm diameter lens quality optical glass ball.
Standout from the crowd. Christian Roth is wholeheartedly designer eyewear made to high quality standards. The modernist shapes of Christian Roth luxury spectacles, incorporate the essence of a felicitous design object by capturing contemporary or nostalgic moods, experimenting innovative materials and techniques.The distinctive model Archive 1993 is reloaded after decades with lightweight flat lens-in-lens construction. Gold mirror reflecting frame and gold steel temples. Double gradient brown
Natural History Sale Catalogues.- Jussieu (Antoine de, Adrien de & Bernard de) [Sale Catalogue] Catalogue de la Bibliothèque Scientifique..., prices in pencil (supplied later by John Collins taken from the Plesch copy), ink stain to fore-margin of title, Paris, Henri Labitte, 1857 bound with 8 other similar sale catalogues including Brochant de Villiers, Roissy, Lens, Cuvier etc., Paris, 1841-64, first with title foxed, bookplate of Jacob bibliophile, signed by John Collins and with his notes in
Natural History.- Wood (William) Catalogue of an Extensive and Valuable Collection of the Best Works on Natural History..., first edition, hand-coloured engraved frontispiece, 4pp. advertisements at end, original boards, uncut, rubbed, label worn, 1824 § Audouin (Victor) [Sale Catalogue] Catalogue des Livres d'Histoire Naturelle et principalement d'Entomologie, bound with 4 other similar sale catalogues (Barbié du Bocage, St.Hilaire, Lens, Cuvier), one priced in manuscript, later half red morocc
A stunning example of a Mid 20th Century German periscope manufactured by the iconic German optics company Carl Zeiss. Manly used during the cold war along the Berlin wall this stunning piece of equipment can used with any room with a view to its full potential but is also a extremely decorative and rare item from the cold war era. They were designed for observational purposes with precision angled prismatic lenses being fully adjustable in height and range of field from 60 degrees above the hor
A 9ct white gold Modernist ring, A 9ct white gold Modernist ring size J 1/2, a 9ct yellow gold band ring, a yellow metal band ring, a yellow metal knotted ring, an 18ct gold and diamond ring, size M 1/2, 1. 7 grams, a brass ring and a gilt metal fob, and a pair of gilt metal lorgnette and chain, and two further pairs of antique spectacles (one lacking lens)
Designed in a fanciful Louis XV style, this beautiful mantel clock takes the form of an Asian elephant, saddled with a howdah (carriage). The clock features a patinated sculpture of a Chinese man, seated on a chair atop a gilt bronze clock dial. The gilt bronze dial is ornately decorated with scroll-work and is dotted with white enamel plaques, containing black Roman Numerals. The dial is set behind a glass lens, which is edged with gilt bronze beading. This case is flanked by two patinated bron