Used Microscopes & Antiques
We have one of the largest selections of used microscopes, vintage and antique microscopes that are refurbished with up to a 60% discount off suggested list price. Each used microscope is offered at a great value and can be used for props, promotions, photo shoots, rentals and for everyday use including student, medical and hobby.
Also included in this section are a variety of compound and stereo microscopes. We are an authorized factory repair center for many major microscope manufacturers. All of our used antique, stereo or compound microscopes are rebuilt and refurbished to factory specifications. Every component of each used antique, stereo or compound microscope is individually inspected and tested before it leaves our facility. This includes but is not limited to:
- All Optics
- Focusing Mechanisms
- Mechanical and Operating Components
- Lighting System Including Transformers
Camera, Vintage, Stereo Microscopes & More
Please have peace of mind if you purchased a used compound microscope, stereo microscope or antique microscope. It will be in perfect operating condition or as best as possible depending on its age and condition. Every one of our used antique, stereo or compound microscopes are warrantied for one year (mechanical and optical components) and 90 days electrical (excluding bulbs).
Check with us on a regular basis, as our inventory list changes frequently. We purchase any type of used stereo or compound microscope, no matter the age or condition.
Please contact New York Microscope Company for any inquiries, custom configurations, quantity discounts or support required at 877-877-7274 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
New York Microscope Company is the only microscope company to offer Free Service Protection Guarantee with the purchase of every microscope. Visit our Free Service Protection page for more details.
PLEASE NOTE: The microscopes pictured are a representation of our used microscope selection and may not be the exact one ordered, however in most cases they will be the microscope pictured. If not, they will be as identical as possible.