As the title says, one 75-100 mic. This is the Tesamaster model, so the first decimal place is indicated by tumbling black cubes; no more trying to work out which half mm graduation you're on like normal mics. The graduation lines are thin enough that you can actually read half a division on the vernier, giving you half micron resolution.
Carbide anvils are practically perfect; if the light catches them just right you can see some tiny scratches from normal use, but they will not affect anything.
The thimble is smooth through its full travel and the friction clutch works properly.
The gauge block is not included, just there to show it's properly zeroed.

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$150 ono + postage