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LL/44927
ThumbnailRichard Neuhauss 
Snow crystals and ice structures 
1892-1893 
Gelatin silver print 
10.5 c 16.2 cm 
Feroz Gallery 
62 
  
LL/35104
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Fig.67 Ink-Crystals, as seen through a microscope 
1905 (publication) 1896 (copyright) 
Book illustration 
This work is out of copyright 
63 
  
LL/8955
ThumbnailArthur Wells Bawtree 
Wing of a Gnat, Magnified 40 Times 
1900 (ca) 
Gelatin silver print 
3 in (7.62 cm) x 6 in (15.24 cm) 
Robert Tat Gallery 
Courtesy of Robert Tat Fine Photographs (www.roberttat.com - #1339) 
  
64 
  
LL/41852
ThumbnailGeorge Hook Rodman (1861-1933) 
Hairs on wing of a fly x 450 
1900 (ca) 
Gelatin silver print 
National Science and Media Museum 
The Royal Photographic Society, Ref Number: 2003-5001/2/20192 
  
65 
  
LL/7990
ThumbnailLaure Albin-Guillot 
Micrographie 
1929 (ca) 
Tirage argentique 
22 x 28 cm 
Photo Verdeau 
66 
  
LL/27587
ThumbnailCarl Strwe 
Stinging Nettle - Urtica - Stinging hairs (Urbild der Abwehr) 
1933 
Gelatin silver print, Microphotograph 35:1 
24 x 18.5 cm 
Carl-Strwe-Archiv 
© Carl-Struwe-Archiv, Bielefeld, Germany (STR-1-097) 
  
67 
  
LL/2865
ThumbnailSondra Barrett 
Frangelico, Sweet Italian, Hazelnut Liqueur 
[Microscopic wine crystals] 
1979 
 
13 x 19 3/8 
Barry Singer Gallery 

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