[meteorite-list] binocular microscope

From: Dave Harris <entropydave_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:48:55 2004
Message-ID: <005a01c13583$3ed949a0$29fa89d4_at_default>

Hi there,
I bagged an amazing bargain today - need to want to know more about it, so
maybe one of you experts can help me!
I have got an almost industrial stereo binocular microscope and abort of a
few dirty lenses is in perfect condition and absolutely ideal for looking at
meteorites! I is on the heaviest base of cast iron, with a bar set on it at
right angles with a fantastic, smooth binocular eyepieces and 3 low power
nose piece lenses - magnify the max as X35.
Apart from a clean, it is perfect - black enamelled brass and probably 50
years old?
I can send a pic to anyone if they can shed more light - I only spent 60 on
it - so cheap so cheap!
I is s a wonderful bit of kit I tell you!
contact me off list if you wish!
(and as I just happen to have Matteo's Governador on my pocket I lay don on
the road where the stuff was being unpacked and checked it out there and
then! the look on the dealers face was memorable!

In gentle decay,
"I have a proof that x^n+y^n=z^n never has integer solutions for n>2.
However, it won't fit into my signature file...."
Received on Tue 04 Sep 2001 04:50:34 PM PDT

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