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  • 1.025 

    Ross, Andrew. (2012-02-07)
    The popular model features the Y-shaped, flat tripod base which became a characteristic of many Ross microscopes. The vertical flat pillars hold the limb by means of trunnions, and a bar attached to the top of the limb ...
  • 1.026 

    Ross, Andrew. (2012-03-05)
    Very similar to Ross microscope described above, except that it is larger and has a more elaborate stage and condenser fittings. It comes with a carrying case, eye pieces, and one objective lens, with engraving "A. Ross, ...
  • 1.027 

    Ross, Andrew. (2012-03-05)
    The binocular compound microscope has a heavy brass casting that serves as a Y-shaped base and vertical flat pillars. The standard large circular stage is attached to the limb, which is carried on a trunnion. It comes with ...
  • 1.028 

    Ross, Andrew. (2012-02-07)
    This binocular compound microscope is very similar to the above instrument (Ross 4046), except for its rotating stage. Also referred to as the Ross-Zentmayer microscope, it incorporates a swinging stage, a feature patented ...
  • 1.029 

    Ross, Andrew. (2012-02-07)
    The model is similar to an aquarium microscope advertised in the company's 1875 catalog. The flat tripod foot allows the instrument to be placed close to a tank. The square pillar has a rack-and-pinion mechanism by which ...
  • 1.030 

    Ross, Andrew. (2012-02-07)
    The binocular compound microscope is a variation on the Ross- Zentmayer instrument described above (Ross 5062). It features an A-shaped, tripod foot which supports the double pillars. The limb, attached to the pillars by ...
  • 1.031 

    Ross, Andrew. (2012-02-07)
    This model was designed by Francis Herbert Wenham (1824-1908) at a time when interest in oblique illumination was high. It was called "Wenham's Universal Inclining and Rotating Microscope." The main components are of ...
  • 1.032 

    Zeiss, Carl. (2012-02-07)
    The oldest Zeiss instrument in the collection is a small microscope with a horseshoe base and a round pillar. The body-tube is attached to the pillar by a short arm and focusing is by the screw on top of the pillar. A ...
  • 1.033 

    Zeiss, Carl. (2012-02-07)
    This is the latest Zeiss microscope in the collection and dates from about 1908. It has many features in common with the earlier Zeiss instrument (1.034) below. Additionally, it includes the "jug handle," an elaborate stage ...
  • 1.034 

    Zeiss, Carl. (2012-02-07)
    The instrument sits on a horseshoe base and a slotted rectangular pillar supports the stage and tubular limb. Below the stage are a rotating double mirror, a swinging platform for the iris diaphragm (which moves on the ...
  • 1.036 

    Koristka, F. (2012-02-07)
    The horseshoe base and the pillar (cast as one piece) support the curved limb and the square stage. The body-tube moves by rackwork and has a triple nosepiece. The substage has a condenser and an iris diaphragm. It comes ...
  • 1.037 

    Powell & Lealand. (2012-02-07)
    Based on a new model introduced in 1843, this all brass instrument rests on a tripod, with the limb moving on the trunnions and supporting the body-tube and stage. The model served as the basis of the company's instrument ...
  • 1.038 

    Jones, William.; Jones, Samuel. (2012-02-07)
    An example of the Jones's "Most Improved Compound Microscope," this instrument has a folding tripod base and a pillar that supports the limb by a compass joint. The limb carries the stage, condenser, mirror and body-tube. ...
  • 1.040 

    Nairne & Blunt. (2012-02-07)
    This "chest" microscope, a variation on the Cuff model, has a square section pillar hinged to the base of the box. The body-tube fits into a ring at the top of the pillar and can be lifted for packing. The stage focusing ...
  • 1.041 

    Cuff, John. (2012-02-07)
    This unsigned, Cuff-type microscope is attributed to Tiedemann of Stuttgart. The instrument is attached to the box-foot by a beveled rectangular brass base. The curved pillar supports the limb, to which are attached the ...
  • 1.042 

    Oberhaeuser, Georges. (2012-02-07)
    This early instrument, with a horseshoe-shaped base, has a brass body-tube that moves on the rackwork and is attached to the limb by a short arm. The pillar supports the stage and the limb. The instrument is also fitted ...
  • 1.043 

    Beck, R & J. (2012-02-07)
    An example of the Beck "Economic" microscope, the instrument has a flat, tripod foot and a binocular tube. The tubular pillar is capped with a compass joint, and circular stage is attached to the tubular limb. Focusing is ...
  • 1.044 

    Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. (2012-03-02)
    The collection includes two all-brass Continental model microscopes by Bausch & Lomb, which are similar to the above. The instrument (1.044) with serial number 40315, and instrument (1.045), with a serial number 26124, ...
  • 1.045 

    Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. (2012-03-05)
    The collection includes two all-brass Continental model microscopes by Bausch & Lomb, which are similar to the above. The instrument (1.044) with serial number 40315, and instrument (1.045), with a serial number 26124, ...
  • 1.046 

    Leitz, Ernst. (2012-02-07)
    The horseshoe-shaped foot and the pillar are cast as one piece. The curved limb supports the square stage and the body-tube with a triple nosepiece. Coarse focusing is by rackwork and fine adjustment by micrometer screw. ...