Miller Bros., New York (unsigned)

The Student Model Microscope, c. 1879

Miller Bros., New York (unsigned). The Student Model Microscope, c. 1879

Miller Bros., New York (unsigned). The Student Model Microscope, c. 1879

Miller Bros., New York (unsigned). The Student Model Microscope, c. 1879

James W. Queen & Co., Philadelphia and New York. The Educational Model Microscope, c. 1870. with case and accessories

 

 

Stand 12 Inches in Height, and Draw Tube

Heavy Base and Arm of green japanned cast iron, Body and all other parts of well finished brass. The body can be inclined to any angle. Coarse addjustment by spiral motion, fine adjustment by a new construction, which is efficient with high powers. Plain and concave mirrors adjustable for oblique light. Revolving diaphragm inlayed even with the stage. The stage is of glass, with perfectly smooth motions in all directions. One Eyepiece, 2 objectives 2/3 inches and 1/4 inches focus of our own make. This instrument having been designed under advise of our most eminent Physicians, Professors, and Amateurs in microscopes is cheerfully recommended by them especially for Medical purposes. The whole packed in an upright Black Walnut wood case with drawer.

Price............................................................$50.00

While unsigned the microscope appears to be identical to the instrument described in the 1879 Miller Brothers catalog. The microscope employs a similar coarse adjustment by spiral tube motion and fine adjustment by stage tilt as the small Grunow microscope in this collection.

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