Used for counting blood cells, this hemocytometer was manufactured in Germany.
Case opens to reveal thick glass microscope slide with a rectangular indentation that creates a chamber. This chamber is engraved with a grid of perpendicular lines as well as the depth, maker name, and origin.
Case also includes: two black plastic [Bakelite?] pipette closures, two pipettes, two rubber stoppers (for the pipettes), long rubber tubing with a red stopper on one end and a white stopper on the other end. Rubber tubing is fragile and broken in multiple pieces.
Inside cover of case holds: needle, two microscope slides, green booklet of gauze, two loose pieces of gauze.
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