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Thread: Selling- 1965 GIANT German made Co2 laser!!! PRISTINE CONDITION!

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    Laser Warning Selling- 1965 GIANT German made Co2 laser!!! PRISTINE CONDITION!

    If you're interested I can post some pictures!!!

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    Please post pictures of the giant laser. Bitte.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mmcc View Post
    If you're interested I can post some pictures!!!

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    Default Leitz GmbH Wetzlar Germany 1965


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    It sold for$85,000.00 in 1965 . I figure theres probably a pound of gold in it!!! In working condition I bought at an auction for an ungodly amount of dough! I have not plugged it in or tried anything with it I have simply stored it in perfect conditions only.

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    It sold for$85,000.00 in 1965 . I figure theres probably a pound of gold in it!!! In working condition I bought at an auction for an ungodly amount of dough! I have not plugged it in or tried anything with it I have simply stored it in perfect conditions only

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    That does not look like a CO2 laser from 1965 to me. The first one of that type was introduced in 1966 by Perkin-Elmer, seen below. Yours may be a ruby laser. Disassemble it carefully and see if there is a ruby rod and lamp inside.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails PE 6200 Brochure A.jpeg  

    Last edited by Eidetic; 09-11-2021 at 05:34.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eidetic View Post
    That does not look like a CO2 laser from 1965 to me. The first one of that type was introduced in 1966 by Perkin-Elmer, seen below. Yours may be a ruby laser. Disassemble it carefully and see if there is a ruby rod and lamp inside.
    I am not sure if I want the depreciate the value of it by putting a wrench to it Sir!

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