Compound pocket microscope by Hensoldt, after 1920
Inscriptions: HENSOLDT WETZLAR 38455 (on top of cover)
>Tami< Hensoldt Wetzlar (on focusing tube)
38455 D.R.P. (on focusing tube)
Another example of the Tami pocket microscope by Hensoldt, a solid and rugged instrument designed for field work. For a description, plese refer to Tami 5908. The inscriptions D.R.P. means "Deutsches Reichs Patent", i.e., German Reich Patent.