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Rare, early William Ford Stanley - London brass monocular microscope c. In original fitted large mahogany dovetailed case with brass carrying handle. The case has the drawer that holds 9 old original glass microscope slides. The mahogany case does have a lock with original key. The Microscope screws apart easily and all of the contents fits easily and snugly back into the box.
The microscope stands on a large and heavy brass base. The mirror works well and swivels easily. The microscope comes with the live box and all the elements that you see in the pictures. Cosmetically the microscope is in very good condition.
Mechanically is very good with no issues. Book: "Microscopic Objects - Figured and Described" as a gift. Optically - the lenses require cleaning. Maximum height of the microscope - 45 cm.Case height - 30 cm. Used, with beautiful patina of age, complete, working and... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. William Ford Robinson Stanley (2 February 1829 14 August 1909) was a British inventor with 78 patents filed in both the United Kingdom and the United States of America.
He was an engineer who designed and made precision drawing and mathematical instruments. As well as surveying instruments and telescopes, manufactured by his company William Ford Stanley and Co. Stanley was a skilled architect who designed and founded the UK's first Trades school.Stanley Technical Trades School now Harris Academy South Norwood. , as well as designing the Stanley Halls in South Norwood. Stanley designed and built his two homes. Stanley was a member of several professional bodies and societies including the. Besides these activities, he was a painter, musician and photographer, as well as an author of a variety of publications, including plays, books for children, and political treatises. Stanley was a member of several professional bodies and societies including the Royal Society of Arts. And the British Astronomical Association. This camera weighs over 5 kg. It is the standard cost. Extremely Rare Binocular Microscope Cased Brass probably Stanley c. Ekstremely Rare Baker London Monocular Microscope c.
The item "Extremely Rare Stanley Microscope Monocular Cased Brass Mahogany c. 1870" is in sale since Monday, February 18, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Science/Medicine\Scientific Instruments". The seller is "videohdv" and is located in Lódz. This item can be shipped worldwide.