London, South Kensington
7 December 2000
A lacquered-brass and black-enamelled compound monocular microscope,
signed on the body-tube CARL ZEISS JENA No. 34985, with rack and pinion coarse and micrometer fine focusing, quadruple nose-piece signed Carl Zeiss Jena, circuit stage, sub-stage condenser, with rack and pinion adjustment for vertical and fore and aft motion, and plano-concave mirror, with two eyepieces and four objectives, being 2 Homog.Immers.Apert.1.30; AA; DD; aa; contained in the original mahogany carrying case with nickelled-brass wing handle -- 17in. (43cm.) high
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