Microscope-Related United States Patents: 1853-1915

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    Title
    Patent Number
    Date
    Comment

microscope patent: US9581

    H. Le Riemondie

    Surgical Instrument for Examining the Ear

    9581

    Feb. 8, 1853

    An ear and eye microscope.

microscope patent: US13603

    Robert B. Tolles

    Optical Instrument

    13603

    Sept. 25, 1855

    A solid eyepiece for use with microscopes or telescopes.

microscope patent: US33031

    Rene. P. P. Dagron

    Portable Microscope

    33031

    Aug. 13,1861

    A miniature simple microscope that can be worn as jewelry.

microscope patent: US34409

    Henry Craig

    Improvement in Microscopes

    34409

    Feb. 18, 1862

    The Craig microscope. A primitive simple microscope.

microscope patent: US42843

    John Ellis

    Improvement in Microscopes

    42843

    May 24, 1864

    A form of "Flea" microscope for opaque objects.

microscope patent: US46511

    William Wales

    Improvement in Microscopes

    46511

    Feb. 21, 1865

    An objective with a correction collar and alternating back lenses.

microscope patent: US47382

    John J. Bausch

    An Improvement in Microscopes

    47382

    Apr. 25, 1865

    A collapsible simple pocket microscope.

microscope patent: us47860

    Charles B. Richards

    Improvements in Adjustments for Optical Instruments

    47860

    May 23, 1865

    A new type of coarse focusing used with some microscopes made by J. & W. Grunow

microscope patent: US52672

    Charles B. Boyle

    Improvement in Lenses.

    52672

    Feb. 20, 1866

    A "cornea" front lens applied to the objective of a microscope or telescope.

microscope patent: US52901

    Hamilton H. Smith

    Improvement in Microscopes

    52901

    Feb. 27, 1866

    A vertical illuminator with rotating diaphragm.

microscope patent: US54542

    Laban Heath

    Improvement in Optical Instruments

    54542

    May 8, 1866

    A combination microscope, telescope, and magnifying glass.

microscope patent: US56125

    Robert B. Tolles

    Binocular Eyepiece for the Microscope

    56125

    July 3, 1866

    Binocular vision is affected within the eyepiece.

microscope patent: US56178

    Otis N. Chase

    Improvement in Microscopes

    56178

    July 10, 1866

    A simple microscope with a transparent chamber.

microscope patent: US59438

    L. F. Morawetz

    Vertical Solar Camera

    59438

    Nov. 6, 1866

    Can be applied to a solar microscope

microscope patent: US93895

    James H. Logan

    Improvement in Single Microscopes

    93895

    Aug 17, 1869

    A botanical type microscope made of wood.

microscope patent: US151746

    John J. Bausch

    Improvement in Microscopes

    151746

    June 9, 1874

    A simple microscope with interchangeable lenses. The Bausch & Lomb Excelsior Pocket Microscope.

microscope patent: us178391

    George Wale

    Improvement in Microscopes

    178391

    June 6, 1876

    A novel focusing arrangement and substage mounting. The Wale substage diaphragm.

microscope patent: US181120

    Joseph Zentmayer

    Improvement in Microscopes

    181120

    Aug. 15, 1876

    A swinging substage for oblique illumination.

microscope patent: us182919

    Ernst Gundlach

    Improvement in Microscopes

    182919

    Oct. 3, 1876

    The fine adjustment used with the first Bausch & Lomb microscopes.

microscope patent: US195949

    James Pool

    Improvement in Walking-Canes

    195949

    Oct. 9, 1877

    A walking cane that can be converted to a microscope or telescope.

microscope patent: us198542

    Laban Heath

    Improvement in Stands for Magnifying-Glasses

    198542

    Dec. 25, 1877

    A magnifying glass on a folding stand.

microscope patent: US198607

    Ernst Gundlach

    Improvements in Stages for Microscopes

    198607

    Dec. 25, 1877

    A glass stage with sliding-slide holder as used by Bausch & Lomb.

microscope patent: US198782

    Robert B. Tolles

    Improvement in Microscopes

    198782

    Jan. 1, 1878

    A graduated swinging substage. Used on the Tolles "C" model.

microscope patent: US198783

    Robert B. Tolles

    Improvement in Microscopes

    198783

    Jan. 1, 1878

    An improvement of the swinging substage.

microscope patent: US198914

    Ernst Gundlach

    An Improvement in Object-Glasses for Microscopes

    198914

    Jan. 1, 1878

    An objective with a liquid between the front lens and an outer flat glass front.

microscope patent: US199015

    John J. Bausch

    Improvement in Microscopes

    199015

    Jan. 8, 1878

    The Bausch & Lomb American Agriculturist Microscope.

microscope patent: US203323

    William B. Closson

    improvement in Finger-rings

    203323

    May 7, 1878

    A Stanhope lens embedded in a finger-ring.

microscope patent: US211507

    Ernst Gundlach

    Improvement in Microscopes

    211507

    Jan. 21, 1879

    A new fine adjustment mechanism and sliding stage.

microscope patent: US214283

    Henry J. Deal

    Improvement in Microscopes for Examining Flour and Bolting-Cloths

    214283

    Apr. 15, 1879

    A simple thread-counting microscope.

microscope patent: US215878

    Walter H. Bulloch

    Improvement in Microscopes

    215878

    May 27, 1879

    A swinging substage with independent movement of the condenser and mirror.

microscope patent: US222132

    Ernst Gundlach

    Improvement in Eye-pieces and Objectives for Telescopes and Microscopes

    222132

    Dec. 2, 1879

    An eyepiece with compound eye-lens.

microscope patent: US226648

    Walter H. Bulloch

    Turn-Tables for Microscope Slides

    226648

    Apr. 20, 1880

    A new form of slide preparation turntable.

microscope patent: US230320

    E. J. Molera & J. C. Cebrian

    Microscope

    230320

    July 20,1880

    A form of inverted binocular microscope

microscope patent: US230688

    John J. Bausch

    Microscope

    230688

    Aug. 3, 1880

    The Bausch & Lomb folding portable dissecting microscope.

microscope patent: US235030

    John W. Sidle

    A Turn-Table for Mounting Microscopic Objects

    235030

    Nov. 30, 1880

    A self-centering slide preparation turntable with geared mechanism.

microscope patent: US250672

    Lyman D. McIntosh

    Heliostat

    250672

    Dec. 13, 1881

    An arrangement for a solar microscope.

microscope patent: US251721

    C. F. Lomb & E. Bausch

    Trichinoscope

    251721

    Jan. 3, 1882

    An arrangement consisting of a hand-held microscope and compressor.

microscope patent: US253959

    Benaiah Titcomb

    Solar Camera

    253959

    Feb. 21, 1882

    Can be applied to a solar microscope.

microscope patent: us262634

    Philip H. Yawman

    Microscope

    262634

    Aug. 15, 1882

    A differential screw fine adjustment. Used on some later Bausch & Lomb microscopes.

microscope patent: US271838

    Forrest B. Gould

    Microscopic Photographic Transparency

    271838

    Feb. 6, 1883

    A microscope for viewing a transparent photograph. A form of Stanhope.

microscope patent: US271838

    James L. Pease

    Tube-Coupling

    271838

    Feb. 13, 1883

    A quick change microscope objective adapter

microscope patent: US273752

    Lyman D. McIntosh

    Microscope

    273752

    March 13, 1883

    A microscope with a detachable top section for use as a projection microscope.

microscope patent: US277869

    Edward Bausch

    Microscopic Illuminator

    277869

    May 22, 1883

    Use of an electric light illuminator attached to the substage.

microscope patent: US287904

    Walter H. Bulloch

    Objective Attachment in Microscopes

    287904

    Nov. 6, 1883

    A quick-change objective mounting.

microscope patent: us293217

    Edward Bausch

    Binocular Microscope

    293217

    Feb. 12, 1884

    A novel swivel mounting of the Wenham prism.

microscope patent: US295770

    William K. Kidder

    Microscope

    295770

    March 25, 1884

    A hand-held simple microscope allowing application of an electric current to the specimen.

microscope patent: us328277

    Edward Bausch

    Microscope

    328277

    Oct. 13, 1885

    Manufacturing methods used for Bausch & Lomb microscopes.

microscope patent: US334009

    Charles Fasoldt

    Microscope

    334009

    Jan. 12, 1886

    A geared mechanism for coarse focusing the microscope.

microscope patent: US336257

    Charles W. Palmer

    Glass Slide for Microscopes

    336257

    Feb. 16, 1886

    A beveled glass slide allowing oblique illumination.

microscope patent: US352639

    Benjamin F. Allen

    Microscope

    352639

    Nov. 16, 1886

    A new rack and pinion mechanism for focusing.

microscope patent: US354130

    Ezra H. Griffith

    Microscopist's Turn-table

    354130

    Dec. 14, 1886

    A slide preparation turntable as supplied with the "Club" microscope.

microscope patent: US373634

    Edward Bausch

    Invertible Microscope

    373634

    Nov. 22, 1887

    Microscopes that converts from conventional to inverted configuration. Bausch & Lomb University and Laboratory models.

microscope patent: US407192

    Stiles Frost

    Microscope

    407192

    July 16, 1889

    A simple microscope with stacked lenses and rotating object holder.

microscope patent: US438170

    Barton S. Molyneux

    Coin-controlled Cyclorama

    438170

    Oct. 14, 1890

    A mechanism that can be used for a coin-controlled "museum" microscope.

microscope patent: US439189

    A. W. & A. H. Roovers

    Coin-controlled Microscope

    439189

    Oct. 28, 1890

    A type of coin operated "Museum" microscope.

microscope patent: US439190

    A. W. & A. H. Roovers

    Coin-controlled Microscope

    439190

    Oct. 28, 1890

    A type of coin operated "Museum" microscope.

microscope patent: US463168

    Lucius E. Sayre

    Dissecting-Microscope

    463168

    Nov. 17, 1891

    A dissecting microscope where the specimen and microscope are held in one hand while in use.

microscope patent: US475362

    Lancaster Thomas

    Compound Microscope

    475362

    May 24, 1892

    A new construction of the rack and pinion of a microscope.

microscope patent: US493529

    Henry E. Stauffer

    Toy Microscope

    493529

    March 14, 1893

    A form of mechanical Stanhope with multiple images.

microscope patent: US513912

    Ferderick W. Gardam

    Toy Microscope

    513912

    Jan. 30, 1894

    A form of Stanhope where images are carried on a circular disk.

microscope patent: US528211

    Hiram G. Sedgwick

    Slow-Motion Attachment for Microscopes

    528211

    Oct. 30, 1894

    A new form of fine adjustment.

microscope patent: US533325

    Robert L. Stevens

    Combined Telescope, Microscope, and Camera

    533325

    Jan. 29, 1895

    A telescope with a slit at the eye-end for a microscope slide.

microscope patent: US536552

    James P. Swift

    Mechanical Stage for Microscopes

    536552

    March 26, 1895

    A detachable mechanical stage. Used on some portable models such as the Swift Histological.

microscope patent: US545743

    Robert L. Stevens

    Combined Telescope, Microscope, and Camera

    545743

    Sept. 3, 1895

    A telescope with a slit at the eye-end for a microscope slide.

microscope patent: US571584

    Lancaster Thomas

    Centering Device

    571584

    Nov. 17, 1896

    A substage centering mechanism.

microscope patent: US577344

    Edward Bausch

    Microscope

    577344

    Feb. 16, 1897

    The fine adjustment used on the Bausch & Lomb "continental" models.

microscope patent: US580522

    Frederick W. Gradam

    Microscope

    580522

    Apr. 13, 1897

    A Simple hand-held microscope with objects placed on a rotating disk.

microscope patent: US588689

    Edward Bausch

    Microscope Attachment

    588689

    Aug. 24, 1897

    A detachable mechanical stage used on the Bausch & Lomb continental models.

microscope patent: US590798

    Anton Wagner

    Magnifying Glass

    590798

    Sept. 28, 1897

    A double lens hand-held magnifier

microscope patent: US617007

    E. Bausch & A. Koehler

    Microscope

    617007

    Jan. 3, 1899

    A new substage used with the Bausch & Lomb "continental" models.

microscope patent: US621196

    Hermann Zirngibl

    Microscope

    621196

    March 14, 1899

    The fine adjustment for some Spencer Lens Co. microscopes.

microscope patent: US658611

    Edward Bausch

    Microscope

    658611

    Sept. 25, 1900

    A Bausch & Lomb case-mounted portable microscope.

microscope patent: US660372

    Rudolph L. Fierle

    Microscope

    660372

    Oct. 23, 1900

    The fine adjustment mechanism used with the Queen & Co. "continental" model.

microscope patent: US663649

    Hermann Zirngibl

    Microscope

    663649

    Dec. 11, 1900

    A fine adjustment and substage for the Spencer Lens Co. instruments.

microscope patent: US663650

    Hermann Zirngibl

    Microscope

    663650

    Dec. 11, 1900

    A substage used with some Spencer Lens Co. instruments.

microscope patent: US670842

    Nathan A. Cobb

    Photomicrographic Plate Holder

    670842

    March 26, 1901

    A setup for photomicrography

microscope patent: US678848

    Joseph Kroulik

    Binocular Microscope

    678848

    July 16, 1901

    A stereoscopic binocular microscope.

microscope patent: US679779

    Frank H. Pierpont

    Micrometer

    679779

    Aug. 6, 1901

    A measuring microscope.

microscope patent: US686466

    Alfred P. Martins

    Mechanical Stage for Microscopes

    686466

    Nov. 12, 1901

    A new form of mechanical stage.

microscope patent: US700409

    Carl F. Dieckmann

    Microscope

    700409

    May 20, 1902

    A substage of the Spencer Lens Co. microscopes.

microscope patent: US703047

    Carl F. Dieckmann

    Mechanical Stage for Microscopes

    703947

    June 24, 1902

    Used with the Spencer Lens Co. microscopes.

microscope patent: US707422

    Frederick E. Ives

    A Photographic Attachment for Optical Instruments

    707422

    Aug. 19, 1902

    An arrangement for photomicrography.

microscope patent: US734501

    E. Bausch & G. Hommel

    Microscope

    734501

    July 28, 1903

    A substage found on some the Bausch & Lomb Opt. Co. instruments.

microscope patent: US739182

    Frederick E. Ives

    Binocular Microscope

    739182

    Sept. 15, 1903

    A form of binocular microscope.

microscope patent: US745584

    Arthur F. Edney

    Microscope

    745584

    Dec. 1, 1903

    A prism attachment to the tube that reverses the image.

microscope patent: US775934

    William J. Patterson

    Objective-Holder for Microscopes

    775934

    Nov. 29, 1904

    A Bausch & Lomb quick change nosepiece.

microscope patent: US814565

    Carl Reichert

    Pivotable-Microscope-stand

    814565

    March 6, 1906

    Reichert's version of the jug-handle microscope.

microscope patent: US827896

    Otto H. F. Vollbehr

    Micrographic Microscope

    827896

    Aug. 7, 1906

    A German hand-held microscope for viewing microphotographs.

microscope patent: US829422

    Harey N. Ott

    Microscope

    829422

    Aug. 28, 1906

    A fine adjustment and carrying-handle for Spencer Lens Co. microscopes.

microscope patent: US842669

    Henry H. Hughes

    Physician's Cabinet

    842669

    Jan. 29, 1907

    A cabinet with a specific place to store a microscope and slide preparation items.

microscope patent: US853136

    Alexandrina Taylor

    Adjustment Device for Camera Lucidas

    853136

    May 7, 1907

    A new form of adjustable camera lucida for the microscope.

microscope patent: US866383

    Harey N. Ott

    Fine Adjustment Mechanism

    866383

    Sept 17, 1907

    A new side-mounted fine adjustment for the Spencer Lens Co. Jug-handle microscopes.

microscope patent: US873007

    Edward Bausch

    Microscope

    873007

    Dec. 10, 1907

    Focusing mechanisms used with the Bausch & Lomb projection microscope.

microscope patent: US883868

    Joseph H. Ford

    Microscope

    883868

    Apr. 7, 1908

    A microscope with two adjustable parabolic substage mirrors.

microscope patent: US893823

    Robert L. Watkins

    Combined Microscope and Camera

    893823

    July 21, 1908

    An arrangement for photomicrography.

microscope patent: US893957

    Robert L. Watkins

    Mechanical Stage for Microscopes and the Like

    893957

    July 21, 1908

    A mechanical stage with oscillating and reciprocating motions using a single control.

microscope patent: US899793

    Frank N. Merwin

    Photomicrographical Apparatus

    899793

    Sept. 29, 1908

    An apparatus for obtaining stereoscopic pictures of microscopic objects.

microscope patent: US905633

    Edward Bausch

    Nose-piece for Microscopes

    905633

    Dec. 1, 1908

    A rotating objective changer found on some Bausch & Lomb microscopes.

microscope patent: US929795

    Henry Siedentopf

    Illuminating System

    929795

    Aug. 3, 1909

    A form of a Carl Zeiss substage condenser.

microscope patent: US936667

    Horace A. Reynolds

    Microscope Gage for Fine Measurements

    936667

    Oct.12, 1909

    An eyepiece micrometer.

microscope patent: US949749

    E. Bausch & W. L. Patterson

    Microscope

    949749

    Feb. 22, 1910

    A fine adjustment used on the Bausch & Lomb jug-handle model microscope.

microscope patent: US967143

    Jaun N. Arriaga

    Eyepiece for Magnifying Instruments

    967143

    Aug. 9, 1910

    A multi-lens eyepiece.

microscope patent: US977842

    Albert Sauveur

    A Magnetic Specimen-Holder for Microscopes

    977842

    Dec. 6, 1910

    A magnetic mechanical stage for use with metals.

microscope patent: US979333

    James G. Poe

    Microtome attachment for Microscopes

    979333

    Dec. 20, 1910

    A microtome that attaches to the microscope.

microscope patent: US987393

    H. N. Ott & K. Leuchsenring

    Fine Adjustment for Microscopes

    987393

    March 21, 1911;

    Found on the Spencer Lens Co. microscopes.

microscope patent: US1007978

    Albert Sauveur

    Microscope-Bridge and Electromagnetic Stage

    1007978

    Nov. 7, 1911

    A microscope with an electromagnetic stage for examining metals.

microscope patent: US1016369

    Henry Siedentopf

    Collective System

    1016369

    Feb. 6, 1912

    Carl zeiss dark field microscope condenser.

microscope patent: US1023390

    H. N. Ott & K. Leuchsenring

    Nose-Piece for Microscopes

    1023390

    Apr. 16, 1912

    A rotating objective holder for Spencer Lens Co. microscopes.

microscope patent: US1038349

    Emory W. Goodrich

    Projection Apparatus

    1038349

    Sept. 10, 1912

    Can be applied to a projection microscope.

microscope patent: US1049182

    Robert L. Watkins

    Photomicrographic and Projection Apparatus

    1049182

    Dec. 31, 1912

    A setup for photomicrography

microscope patent: US1059969

    E. Bausch et. al.

    Projection Apparatus

    1059969

    Apr. 29, 1913

    Can be applied to a projection microscope.

microscope patent: US1073436

    Charles H. Pixyl

    Corneal Microscope

    1073436

    Sept. 16, 1913

    Assigned to the F. A. Hardy & Co.

microscope patent: US1080968

    Henery Hayes

    Mechanical Microscope-stage

    1080968

    Dec. 9, 1913

    A form of mechanical stage.

microscope patent: US1106956

    Franz Meyer

    Device for the Fine Adjustment of Microscopes

    1106956

    Aug. 11, 1914

    Used in Carl Zeiss, Jena microscopes.

microscope patent: US1115011

    William L. Patterson

    Microscope

    1115011

    Oct, 27, 1914

    A fine adjustment found on Bausch & Lomb microscopes.

microscope patent: US1117242

    Ferdinand Putz

    Microscope

    1117242

    Nov. 17, 1914

    A microscope with a removable stage.

microscope patent: US1123583

    William L. Patterson

    Fine Adjustment for Microscopes

    1123583

    Jan. 5, 1915

    A fine adjustment for Bausch & Lomb microscopes.

microscope patent: US1128761

    Alfred Cornell

    Microscope and Telescope

    1128761

    Feb. 16, 1915

    The Davidson, London combination microscope and telescope.

microscope patent: US1129502

    Harvey N. Ott

    Microscope

    1129502

    Feb. 23, 1915

    A Substage used on Spencer Lens Co. microscopes.

microscope patent: US1129742

    Philip A. Sheaff

    Circle-Drawing Attachments for Microscopes

    1129742

    Feb. 23, 1915

    An attachment that fits on the objective mounting that can mark a circle on the slide.

microscope patent: US1139165

    Nathan A. Cobb

    Microscope-Cover-Glass-Centering Device

    1139165

    May 11, 1915

    A simple method to center the cover glass.

microscope patent: US1144941

    Tiodolf Lidberg

    Microscope Warm Stage

    1144941

    June 29, 1915

    A hot stage activated by electric heating.

microscope patent: US1144942

    Tiodolf Lidberg

    An Incubator for Microscope-Stages

    1144942

    June 29, 1915

    A hot stage with trough activated by electric heating.

microscope patent: US1149401

    H. N. Ott & K. Leuchsenring

    Microscopes

    1149401

    Aug. 10, 1915

    The focusing adjustments found on some Spencer Lens Co. microscopes.

microscope patent: US1161556

    Robert L. Watkins

    Photomicrographic Camera

    1161556

    Nov. 23, 1915

    An arrangement for photomicrography.

 

Additional non-indexed patents 1916-1922:

1167425

1241354

1187970

1264489

1197390

1267287

1197391

1283884

1214851

1311185

1223197

1311186

1223198

1316050

1225167

1360571

1427714

1418645

1234795

 

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