Universal Microscope


Title
Universal Microscope
Description
R & J Beck, London, No. 5735. The Universal Microscope was introduced by Smith, Beck and Beck in 1862 to replace the Educational model. It was a unique design with a circular base and square cross section tube. The coarse focusing was by a fusee chain (visible on card) and the find focusing used a long lever to move the chain mechanism. The Universal was the least expensive model intended for student use.
Date
1871
Original Format
microscopes
Extent
Local Identifier
LL02.48.02.25
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
Laupus Library History Collections
Rights
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