SOLD – A late Victorian binocular microscope signed, ‘Henry Crouch, London, 2632’.
It stands 14.5″ high when racked down.
There are rack wheels to adjust the draw tubes and one for eye-piece adjustment. Both work perfectly well without slippage or snagging.
The Wenham prism is in good condition and damage free.
The circular stage rotates 360 degrees. The circular piece of glass to the stage has a piece broken out of it (see last picture) but the slide holder still moves over it with ease and without issues.
The microscope holds an excellent plano / concave mirror and fine focus adjuster.
Accessories include two sets of eye-pieces, wheel of stops, sub stage prism, double nose-piece.
Objectives in canisters: 1/4″, 1″ correction collar, 2″, 4″.
The instrument is very clean and retains all original lacquer.
Leather strap missing from case. No key.