OPTIC ORIENTED ANTIQUITY OBJECTS
These collections dipicts various Optic Oriented Objects like -Dipping Refractometer manufacured by Carl Zeiss/Jena , Germany,Circa-1902 ,Carl Zeiss introduced the immersion or dipping refractometer designed by Pulfrich in 1899. The Model seen in this exhibit modified by Lowe, replaced the original design in 1902. A vintaage Brass Field Optical Binocular which was used during W W -I made by Chevalier Paris during 1890-1900's .Kodak's Folding Pocket Vertical Bed Camera with red bellows made by Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, New York exposure on 122 rollfilm , year of make 1903-1912 and also may be it called a RETIRED CAMERA. The other one is Polaroid Land Camera Automatic-100 also caleed it 'INSTAANT PHOTO CAMERA' These are made between 1963 (first) to 1966. And the last one is Microscope - Spencer Buffalo Monocular made in USA , Recognized as the first American to successfully make microscopes in the U.S., Charles Spencer published his first catalog in 1838. In 1865, he founded the company C.A. Spencer & Sons in Canastota, New York, but moved the business to Geneva, New York in 1873 to manufacture microscopes for the Geneva Optical Co. These instruments were marked “C.A. Spencer & Sons for Geneva Optical Company.” Following the death of Charles Spencer in 1881, the business was carried on by his son Herbert, who moved the company to Buffalo, New York in 1890. From 1890 to 1895, the company was known as Spencer and Smith, but changed to the Spencer Lens Company in 1895. The Spencer Lens Company remained in Buffalo, New York. In 1935, the Spencer Lens Company was bought by American Optical but continued operation under its own name, after the acquisition, until 1945 when it became known as the Instrument Division of American Optical Company. All these Bunch of Objects described as ' OPTIC ORIENTED ANTIQUITY OBJECTS'
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