A good matching set of bone microscope sliders, early 19th century. Each with 4 cells and all specimens/rings intact. The usual examples of flora and fauna. Measure ~ 79 x 13 mm. if you have a microscope that will accommodate these. 18th century examples tend to be a little smaller (72 x 12 mm.) and later examples can be as large as 90 x 18 mm. dimensionally.
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