Gould-Type Microscope, by Cary, London, c. 1825-50
|Inventory Number:|| 12808|
|Object Type:|| |
|Date Created:||c. 1825-50|
|Place Created:|| London England United Kingdom Europe
|Brief Description:||The microscope has a heavy circular base instead of being screwed into a box-top. There is a concave mirror, three-button objective, hand magnifier, stage forceps, tweezers, and scalpel and dissecting needle. There is also a spacer to screw between two objectives and a small brass can containing a mount with a tiny plano-convex lens.|
Box: fitted mahogany lined with blue velvet
|Primary Inscriptions:||"CARY, LONDON"|
|Provenance:||Deposited by the Royal Microscopical Society with their collection.
Presented by C. Lee Curties, October 1901|
|Collection Group:||Royal Microscopical Society Collection|
Brass and glass|
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