Circa 1900 Morton’s Ophthalmoscope made by A Clarkson & Co of London.


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Circa 1900 Morton’s Ophthalmoscope made by A Clarkson & Co of London.

Used to direct a small beam of light through the pupil which helps to detect any abnormalities. It was invented in 1851 by Herman Bon Helmholtz (1821-1894) Helmholtz used glass plates angled at 45 degrees to reflect sunlight into the eye. The Morton’s Ophthalmoscope has a ratchet mechanism which rotates two wheels of lenses in front of a perforated mirror.

Looks like it is complete and is presented in its original velvet lined case

Will be sent via Royal Mail signed for service

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