Field or Pocket Microscope marked "Junior", c. 1925

Made by Spindler & Hoyer, Göttingen

Field or Pocket Microscope marked "Junior", c. 1925. Made by Spindler & Hoyer, Göttingen

Field or Pocket Microscope marked "Junior", c. 1925. Made by Spindler & Hoyer, Göttingen
Field or Pocket Microscope marked "Junior", c. 1925. Made by Spindler & Hoyer, Göttingen

The following was extracted from: John J. Griffin & Sons, Ltd. - Baird & Tatlock, Ltd. Scientific Apparatus List No, 60

junior pocket microscope

Pocket Microscope: Provided with nickel-plated draw tube, standard eyepiece, stage and plane mirror. The compound objective gives three powers of magnification from 20 to 200. The instrument is fitted with a removable tripod, the whole screwing into an oxidized brass case 5 1/2 in. long, 1 1/2 in. diam. Particularly suited for Nature Study

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