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Dagron microphotographic camera
All-brass camera for multiple microphotographs; 25 lenses in 5x5 arrangement (5 missing). Repeating back. On pillar and heavy iron base. Critical focusser. From lot bought by Kodak-Pathe; owned by Lize, 30 Rue Blondel, Paris
Microphotographic camera, double achromatic objective (probably Chevalier) focussing screen, slide "J.B.", extra mirror mounted in boxwood "J. Bardon"
Davidson Photomicrographic Camera
Photomicrographic camera by F. Davidson & Co., London, 29 Great Portland Street, c. 1920. With loose mirror cap. With quarterplate camaera fo paltes or cutfilm made of oak and a simple microscope. Both are mounted on a solid oak baseboard. WIth back ground glass screen. Rack and pinion focusing. The front standard is attached to the nicroscope and remains stationary. Can be used as a 'Microtelescope' giving variable magnification of 16 to 50 diametes and a range of vision from 3 feet to infinity.