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Fig. 2. Label variations of Smith, Beck & Beck slides

introduced and sold from the later 1850s through the 1860s. Even though the company’s name
and address varied, the style of their pale~green labels remained largely unchanged.

Figs. 3A, 3B. Microphotographs of the fine injected vessels

          made visible by the use of transparent injection techniques (in both cases using
          transparent carmine). [Fig. 1 shows the gross slides: 3A is taken from the preparation of

         “Cat Tongue”, 3B is of the “Human Cerebellum”].

4 Originally published in the Winter 2012 Quekett Journal of Microscopy, Issue 41, pages 701-712

                             Republished with permission in Micscape Magazine, March 2016
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