James Smith's first microscope

James Smith's first microscope, with three eyepieces (A(120) B(119) and D), 1 1/4" and 2/ 3" dividing object glass in brass case, 4/10 object glass to slip on 1 1/4", cone diaphragm front to slip on 1 1/4", Lieberkuhn does not fit, but was with instrument) cover marked "4", mineral forceps, stage forceps, stage bull's eye, achromatic substage condenser, empty case of 1/ 2" objective, 2 live boxes, 1 holder, nos. 117 and 118

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Category:
Microscopes
Object Number:
1921-218
credit:
Court, Thomas Henry

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