Vintage C. P. Goerz Optical Works Ads published today! Trieder Binoculars 1901 Ad. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Swift & Anderson Ads published today! (1926) German Field Glasses. The Gift Everlasting for Christmas. 8 Power. Complete with straps and lens cover. We are also Hensoldt Binocular agents. Swift & Anderson, Inc. Successors to Henderson Brothers. Largest Importers of Field Glasses in America. (1926) Junior German Microscopes. $10.00 Postpaid. A handsome instrument in black enameled brass cylinder. Includes subject slide and instructions. We are also Hensoldt Binocular agents. Swift & Anderson, Inc. (1926) Wetzler Pocket Telescope. Genuine German. Made in the heart of the German Optical Industry. $1.00 Postpaid. (1928) German Field Glasses 8 Power. Complete with Straps and Lens Cover. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Bushnell Optical Ads published today! (1956) Bushnell Binocular Models. 33 models ranging from $9.95 to $135... each truly The Gift of a Lifetime. Whatever model you choose may be exchanged for any other model 30 days after Christmas. (1958) Binoculars. Every model is an adventure in bright, crystal-clear viewing. Inner quality and photo-precision are backed by a 20-year Guarantee and Trial Exchange Privilege. (1958) Bushnell Featherlight Binoculars. 33 models. Ultra-modern optical designs. For sparkling, wide-field viewing - crisp to the edges. See what you've been missing! (1958) Leather Binocular Case. 33 lifetime models, $9.95 to $135, with handsome leather case included. Send for Free Gift Guide - How to Select Binoculars. Bushnell was founded in 1948 by David P. Bushnell during his time in Allied-occupied Japan. Bushnell Corporation, also known as Bushnell and Bushnell Outdoor Products, is an American company specializing in optics and imaging. Its products include binoculars, spotting scopes, telescopes, night vision equipment, GPS devices, laser rangefinders, riflescopes, holographic weapon sights, game cameras and other high-end optical equipment. On Sept. 5, 2013, Alliant Techsystems announced it had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Bushnell. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Argus Optics Ads published today! (1943) Argus Military Optics. Eyes for Victory. Fine American Cameras. Precision Optical Instruments. Aviation Radio Equipment. (1945) Optical Instruments. Made today for the Armed Forces... foretell the good pictures of Tomorrow... and we are all looking forward to that. Argoflex picture. (1944) Argus Precision Optical Instruments. Fine American Cameras. Aviation Radio Equipment. Jewels of Today. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Carl Zeiss Ads published today! (1926) Zeiss Binoculars. An Outstanding Gift. 20 models of 3 to 18 power offer a wide range of choice - at leading opticians, camera dealers and sporting goods stores. (1929) Days of Freedom... Add undreamt of pleasures by packing a Zeiss. Ask your dealer to show you one. (1926) Prism Binoculars. Your ultimate satisfaction depends upon actual performance; let actual performance likewise determine your choice. General Dist. Agents for Canada: The Hughes Owens Co., Ltd. Mr. Harold M. Bennett, US Agent, Carl Zeiss. Dear Mr. Bennett: My most prized possession is my Carl Zeiss Binocular, which is just as good today as when I bought it in 1920. It has been my constant companion on every trip for the past 22 years, including my trip to the South Pole... Roald Amundsen. Carl Zeiss was a German maker of optical instruments best known for the company he founded, Carl Zeiss Jena (now: Carl Zeiss AG). Zeiss made contributions to lens manufacturing that have aided the modern production of lenses. Raised in Weimar, Germany, he opened a lens-making workshop in the 1840s in the city of Jena. At first his lenses were only used in the production of microscopes, but when cameras were invented, his company began manufacturing high-quality lenses for cameras. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Wollensak Optical Company Ads published today! (1929) Biascope Field Glasses. $5. American-Made Field Glasses. Makes everything look 6 times as big. Precise optical qualities. Fine finish. Leather case free. (1926) Wollensak Biascope. Six-Power. American made Binocular. Optical qualities excel many foreign glasses costing much more. See All There Is To See! (1950) Prism Binocular. The 6X, 30 Prism is ideal for spectator sports, hunting, or where action is fast. Dust-proof, moisture-proof, Wocoted optics. (1927) Wollensak Microscope. 250 Power. Educational and entertaining, this fine instrument familiarizes young and old with life around us that is invisible to the unaided eye. The firm was founded in 1899 by Andrew Wollensak to produce camera shutters. At its peak in the 1950s, it employed over a thousand people. The company had several owners, including Revere Camera Company and 3M Company. Wollensak ceased operation in 1972. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Bausch & Lomb Ads published today! (1958) BALscope Spotting Scopes. 60mm Telescope; includes choice of 15X, 20X, 30X or 60X interchangeable eye-pieces. (1939) Bausch & Lomb 7 Power Binoculars. How would you select a binocular? Our book tells what to look for in selecting an instrument for your use, describes 12 models. (1962) 10 Power Telescope. Exclusive new space age manufacturing achievement from the foremost American designer and manufacturer of precision optical equipment for more than a century. Norm Thompson Outfitters. (1940) Bausch & Lomb Binocular Catalog. De Luxe Catalog describes the world's performance leader, the American-made glass. Write for your copy. 8 power, 30mm Zephyr shown. (1951) Binoculars. Zephyr-Light 7X, 35mm Binocular Balcoated optics. For a Far View... For a Clear View. (1898) Bausch & Lomb Field Glasses. And marine Glasses. New Bausch & Lomb-Zeiss field glass. Old binocular field glass. For sale by all Opticians. (1921) Optics. New worlds for old! The art of optics has opened to mankind's knowledge a wider, a nobler vision. Through the science of astronomy, of surgery, of metallurgy, of bacteriology research, it has brought to human lives gifts priceless to man's safety and his advancement... and among other optic instruments the binocular has achieved a worthy and a widely useful place. Makers of Eyeglass and Spectacle Lenses, Photographic Lenses, Microscopes, Balopticons, Binoculars and other Optical Instruments. (1899) Zeiss Stereo Binoculars. The nost perfect aid to the eye, because they are constructed on new and correct scientific principals, the workmanship is unexcelled, and they are More Powerful, Compact and Convenient, and give Greater Stereoscopic Effect and Much Larger Field. Bausch & Lomb was founded in 1853 by John Jacob Bausch and Henry C. Lomb in Rochester, New York. A trained optician, Bausch found in Lomb the financier and partner he needed for a small but ambitious workshop producing monocles. In 1861, the company manufactured Vulcanite rubber eyeglass frames and other precision vision products. In 1876, the company began manufacturing microscopes. The company also produced photographic lenses (1883), spectacle lenses (1889), microtomes (1890), binoculars and telescopes (1893). From 1892 in cooperation with Zeiss in Germany, the company produced optical lenses. In this manner, at the end of the 19th century, the product range included eyeglasses, microscopes and binoculars, as well as projectors, camera lenses and camera diaphragms. The Company is one of the world's largest suppliers of eye health products, including contact lenses, lens care products, medicines and implants for eye diseases. In May 2013, Valeant Pharmaceuticals agreed to buy Bausch & Lomb from Warburg Pincus LLC for $8.57 billion in cash. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Optical Ads published today! Argus Military Optics, Argus Optical Instruments, Bushnell Binocular Models, Bushnell Featherlight Binoculars, Bushnell Leather Binocular Case, Carl Zeiss Binoculars, Zeiss Prism Binoculars, Celestron 16 Telescope, Celestron Compustar 8 Telescope, Criterion 60 Power Telescope, Shur-on Eyeglasses, Hardy Autoglas Sunglasses, Foster Grant Mirrored Sunglasses, Fox Lasso Eyeglass Mountings, Fujinon Binoculars, Grand Rapids Ocular Scope, Meade Astro Telescope, Queen Binocular Telescope, Ultralens Microscope, Soft-Lite Lenses, German Field Glasses, Junior German Microscopes, Wetzler Pocket Telescope, Tele Vue Optics, United Binoculars, Colmont Binoculars, Wollensak Biascope, Wollensak Biascope Field Glasses, Wollensak Prism Binocular and Xezo Air Commando Sunglasses. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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