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Dissecting Microscope of Professor McIntosh, English, Late 19th Century

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Inventory Number: 87014
Object Type: Object
Place Created: England United Kingdom Europe
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Brief Description: Mahogany box with hinged lid, opening into two parts to form two platforms for the dissecting microscope. A swivelling copper alloy arm to hold the microscope lens is mounted beneath hinged lid. Stored in the box is a heavy base and vertical copper alloy support of potentially a Bull's Eye illuminator lens. A separated copper alloy screw handle is also present in box.

Microscope belonged to Professor McIntosh, the uncle of R. T. Gunther.
Primary Inscriptions: Unsigned.
Provenance: Professor McIntosh was the uncle of R.T. Gunther.
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Material(s): Wood
Metal
Paper
Copper Alloy

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