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  • 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 ...