A complete and cased Vérick-type dissection microscope, 1870s’

A complete and cased Vérick-type dissection microscope, 1870s’

650 euros

Circa

1870s'

Country of manufacture

France

Categories: Scientific, Microscopy

Description

A very good example, unsigned, of a dissection simple microscope with two mahogany hand-rests, the particular form, in the shape of a small house, was invented by Constantin Vérick around 1870.

The microscope is complete with its three optics of different magnification.

The house-shaped mahogany box which serves as a hand rest is in perfect condition. The plate retains its glass circle, its two valets and in addition a blackened brass slide for observations in opaque environement.

Rare complete model of its travaling box.

The box measures 287x155x135 mm

 

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FR Le Zograscope

Established by Alexandre Piffault in 2014 and based in Paris at 5 rue de Condé, 75006, very close to Odéon, Le Zograscope specializes in antique and rare books in Science, Medicine and Technology, and rare antique instruments in the same fields. We have especially a strong interest in early and continental microscopy, early and special mathematical/drawing instruments, medical and surgical instrument, and rare technology.

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