Camera Lucida attachment for the eyepiece of the compound microscope. It consists of a prism (arrow) that splits the field of view.
Camera Lucida in position. The operator looked through the small hole into the eyepiece. The face of the prism faces down toward the drawing paper. In this way the operator could see both the sample and the drawing paper.
Raspail, 1833
Glass attachment to protect the objectives from getting wet when used as dipping lenses.
The dipping accessory presses onto the objective end of the microscope body.
Raspail, 1833
Three dissecting tools come with the microscope: brass forceps, ebony handle scalpel, ebony handle pointer. All are appx 9cm.
This company logo appears on the scalpel blade.
This is possibly a weighted base for a free-standing bull's eye lens.
Metal black disc for the stage.