Carl Zeiss Jena Microscope Serial Numbers Dates

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Carl Zeiss Jena Microscope Serial Numbers Dates

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Published in Zeiss Historica Journal Author: John Schilling See Pages 2 -4. The author (a former member of the Zeiss US staff specializing in microscopes) compares two microscopes that came out as new models from both Carl Zeiss Oberkochen and VEB Carl Zeiss Jena in the years immediately after the war. The East German variety was known as the Citoplast and the West German as the Zeiss Opton (later Carl Zeiss) Stereo Microscope. In many respects these two instruments were virtually clones which means that the design was begun in Jena during the war and someone carried it to West Germany in their memory bank. These models were replacements of the Greenough or X stand. They were not identical but clearly from the same parentage. To go to the Journal itself, click on the year 2007 in the first line above.

Published in Zeiss Historica Journal Author: Larry Gubas See Page 20- 22. Based on information coming from Zeiss Oberkochen based on materials found in the Carl Zeiss Jena Archive, we see the first definitive chronicling of the earliest Zeiss microscopes.

The article si accompanied by a table of serial numbers by year and type (Simple versus Compound) with a sampling of the dates of certain microscope model’s introduction. To go to the Journal itself, click on the year 1999 in the first line above. Published in Zeiss Historica Journal Author: Charles Gellis See Page 3 – 6. The author covers the introduction in 1933 the newly designed L Stand which brought an entirely new silhouette to the market with a cornucopia of newly designed accessories and features that would influence the design across the market for many years to come.

VEB Carl Zeiss Jena would continue the design after World War II but the folks in Oberkochen would begin with a totally clean design table and would advance these concepts but in a totally new device trademarked the Standard series To go to the Journal itself, click on the year 1991 in the first line above.