A GOULD-TYPE MICROSCOPE by Abraham WITH INSTRUCTION

A GOULD-TYPE MICROSCOPE by Abraham WITH INSTRUCTION

Euro 900

Circa

1/3 of XIXth century

Country of manufacture

UK and Ireland

Category: Microscopy

Description

A GOULD-TYPE MICROSCOPE by Abraham WITH INSTRUCTION

Dimension: case 16x12x4.5 cm (6 1/4×4 3/4″); 25cm (10″) high.

By Jacob Abraham , Bath 1/3 of XIXth century.

This brass travelling compound and simple microscope comprises a tapered compound tube supported by a racked column with adjustment stage, screwing into the lid of the mahogany case.

The case contains 4 objectives, a pair of brass tweezers, stage forceps, plano-concave mirror, a live box ad 2 ivory slides.

The original printed instruction and description how-to-use joins the microscope.

Jacob Abraham from Bath, working 1809-1842 (Clifton, p.1).

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