Culpeper-type microscope in brass, with drawer of

Made:
1808-1828 in London
maker:
Robert Brettell Bate

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Culpeper-type microscope in brass, with drawer of accessories in base and box base and separate pyramidal mahogany case with trade card, by R. B. Bate, 17 Poultry, London, c. 1820. Accessories as follows: 6 object glasses, lieberkuhn, 2 fish stages, hand lens and other unspecified accessories (see note).

Details

Category:
Microscopy (Wellcome)
Object Number:
A50831
Materials:
brass (copper, zinc alloy), copper (alloy), glass, mahogany (wood), paper (fibre product), silk and textile
Measurements:
microscope: 375 mm x 160 mm x 165 mm, , 3.005kg
case: 480 mm x 205 mm x 200 mm, ,
type:
culpeper microscopes and culpeper microscopes and boxfoot microscopes
credit:
Knight, Frank and Rutley

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