Loring type ophthalmoscope in leather covered case

Made:
1889-1930 in London

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Loring type ophthalmoscope in leather covered case, type invented by Edward Loring of New York, this instrument made by J. Weiss and Son, 287 Oxford Street, London, England, 1889-1930.