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  • Left, a woman personifying science instructing her children in how to use a microscope; a woman personifying truth reveals the scene to Father Time. Mezzotint after T.S. Duché, 1787.
  • Microscope - binocular - diagramatic representation of the various methods of splitting the beam of light so that half goes to each eye.
  • Microscope by John Marshall circa 1700. Described in Harris' Lexicon Technicum, 1704.
  • English compound microscope of the 17th century assigned to Christopher Cock, Optical Instrument maker. Vellum covered body with tripod mount.
  • William Henry Dallinger. Oil painting by Edgar Thomas, ca. 1884.
  • History of the microscope..., December, 1948
  • History of the microscope..., December, 1948
  • Compound microscope by Joblot.
  • George Shadbolt. Photograph.
  • Directions to diagram of double microscope
  • Binocular microscope.
  • The horizontal achromatic microscope by Charles Chevalier, based on the modified reflecting microscope of Amici.
  • Microscope signed "G.R. Brander fecit. Augsberg"
  • Achromatic microscope by Powell and Lealand, 1869.
  • Tyndall's apparatus for experiments disproving doctrine of spontaneous generation, used here as a culture chamber. A microscope in a horizontal position with artificial illumination, an oil immersion lens, ect. This is the equipment used by Dallinger and Drysdale for their investigations of the life histories of the manads.
  • Microscope described as "modern" in 1888. A very complex instrument by Watson & Sons.
  • Vignette from Joblot showing common forms of microscope.
  • Achromatic microscope signed "Jas. Smith, London". Circa 1841-1846.
  • Diagram of the double microscope of P. and J. Dolland, opticians, in St. Paul's Church Yard, London. 18th to 19th century.
  • Modified version of the Hooke microscope.
  • Binocular microscope.
  • Directions to diagram of double microscope
  • History of the microscope..., December, 1948
  • Achromatic Microscope for three observers. Made by Agrens. The instrument has three tubes.
  • Lucernal microscope of very large size by Adams, who invented the Lucernal Microscope. He only made one other of this particular type.
  • A compound achromatic microscope of 1857 by Smith and Beck.
  • A scientist looking down a microscope; representing the fight against cancer. Colour lithograph after G. Georget.
  • Microscope / W.D. & H.O. Wills.
  • History of the microscope..., December, 1948
  • A target, a microscope, and a microscope slide; representing a revolution in medicine leading to the cure of cancer. Gouache by E. Capet, 1938.