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

Made by Spindler & Hoyer, Gottingen

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

This unique pocket microscope is stored in a black finished brass cylinder. Upper portion of the cylinder is screwed off and the microscope is unscrewed from the remaining portion. Each of the three legs are then attached to assemble the tripod stand. The objective is divisible; the three components can be added or subtracted to vary the magnification.

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.

Home-Antique Microscopes       Site Index

email: wissnera@verizon.net

Facebook