~ "Folding Almanac" Or "Belt Book". Hung From A Physcian’s Belt, The Almanacs Contained Astrological Calendars, Lunar Tables & Diagrams Of The Human Body Necessary For The Practice Of Lunar Medicine ~ Century) 29 Such Almanacs Are Thought To Have Survived
Microscope, made by Christopher Cock in London in used by Robert Hooke of the Royal Society. Hooke is the author of 'Micrographia' and was the first person to apply the word 'cell' to microscopic structures, the National Museum Health and Medicine.
Louis Pasteur’s compound microscope, Paris, France,
century simple microscope and accessories. Curious Science has a wide range of period Laboratory Antiques specimens for hire as props to the tv and film industry. We have many Laboratory Antiques examples available which are not on view on our web site.