A complete numbered set of bone sliders, probably for a small solar micrscope c.1800. Half opaque (most specimens missing-could be replaced with minerals, shells and insect parts) and the other half transparent with all specimens and rings/micas intact. Narrow format (84 x 11 mm.) with 6 cells in each. No chips or cracks. Great for display. Often missing or replaced.
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