Delabarre Type Microscope
|Inventory Number:|| 34212|
|Object Type:|| microscope|
|Place Created:|| France Europe
|Brief Description:||The square cross sectioned pillar has in two parts joined by a hinge. A peg at its lower end fits into a socket in the folding tripod base. The body tube is held on in a split-ring on an arm that fits into a pivoting mount onto the top of the pillar. The body holds three lenses mounted close together. An eyecup with a dust cover screws into the top and the objective screws into the nose at the lower end. The circular stage is mounted on a hinge on a sliding sleeve. It has a pinhole and a keyhole slot for accessories. A condensing lens is mounted below the stae and a concave mirror below that.|
|Provenance:||Purchased from Dr. Reginald S. Clay with his collection|
|Collection Group:||Clay Collection|
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