Projection Microscope - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Projection Microscope

1880s

W.C. Hughes

London

England

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2 ½" diameter tube carrying a moveable condenser screws to a magic lantern, the microscope slide is held against the stage by two clips, the objective screws to a mounting that focuses by rack and pinion, the mounting also includes a light baffle and a screw thread for further attachments.

Notes:
Address: Kingsland Rd.

With:

  • 1" objective with Hughes name in brass container.
  • Negative lens in brass mount.
  • Fitted mahogany box.

This type of instrument was intended for professional use and was very different to the smaller examples.


Company Details:

Hughes, W.C.

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