Replica of Zeiss Stativ VII Microscope in Wood Case with Key

Object Name: 
Replica of Zeiss Stativ VII Microscope in Wood Case with Key

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Object Name: 
Replica of Zeiss Stativ VII Microscope in Wood Case with Key
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
99.8.16
Dimensions: 
(a) Microscope H: 30 cm, W: 7.7 cm, D: 9.3 cm; (m) Case H: 34 cm, W: 17.9 cm, D: 11.2 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Schott Glass Technologies
Web Description: 
Made in the 1880s, this was one of the first microscopes to use Abbe's mathematical principles and Schott's glass.
Provenance: 
Schott Glass Technologies, Source
1999
Primary Description: 
Replica of Zeiss Stativ VII Microscope in Wood Case with Key. Wood, brass, glass, paper. No. 646/1000. (a) Microscope with eye piece "4" and lens "C.Zeiss a2". (b-1) Eye piece "C Zeiss D". (b-2) Brass container for eyepiece with screw on lid. (c-1) Eye piece "C Zeiss / A". (c-2) Brass container for eyepiece with screw on lid. (d) Glass slide "Syringa vulgaris As453c". (e) Glass slide with black concentric circle. (f) Glass slide "junge maus Ma706g". (g) Glass slide marked "Carl / Zeiss" and mirrored circle. (h) Brass bar with holes. (i) Brass bar with holes. (j) Brass disk with hole in center. (k) Circular object. (l) Brass key. (m) Hinged wooden box.