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A good example of a small 'Jones' type folding botanical microscope in its original case. The microscope is made of lacquered brass and folds compactly. It has two removable lenses ...
Offered for sale is this cased set of brass scales weights. I would assume apothecary or similar. The largest is 1 oz.
Payments can be made by debit card or ...
Offered for sale is this Short and Mason hexagonal wall barometer. It measures 9.5 inches by 9.5 inches.
Payments can be made by debit card or bank transfer just ask for ...
An early Victorian period mercury wheel barometer. A mahogany case with a swan neck pediment and original brass central finial. A long silvered engraved scale to the thermometer. The main ...
Offered for sale is this vintage bakelite compass. It is working. It comes in a bakelite case. It has a 1 inch face.
Small 19th Century Victorian antique polished oak banjo barometer, made by Patorelli & Rapkin of Hatton Gardens, London (w.1875-1900). Porcelain dial and brass bezel surround, matching thermometer scale above. Carved ...
Microscope... 7 inches high, Slide out mirror. Lacquer still remains on brass so not over cleaned.Optics good.
Case... age related marks and base has been replaced at some time.
Payments can be ...
Offered for sale is this World War Two Mk1 marching compass which is in nice fully working order, crows foot mark. Made by T.G and Co.
Payments can be made by ...
This is a 19th Century Victorian antique 'Buist of Edinburgh' ebony and brass spirit level.
The main body of the level is ebony and holds the glass tube of spirit with ...
This is a top quality 19th Century Victorian antique polished oak banjo barometer. Porcelain dial and brass bezel surround. Matching thermometer scale above. Made by Stevenson of Edinburgh (w.1836-1900). Carved ...
An Admiral Fitzroy barometer. A walnut case with crossed top and base sections. Twin side vernier scale adjusters to mark the rise and fall in the air pressure. A detailed ...
A William IV period mercury wheel barometer. A mahogany case with a swan neck pediment and the original brass finial. A tapered case with a stepped moulded base. Well silvered ...
This is an antique ship's log. An English, brass maritime bulkhead mileage log or desk ornament, dating to the early 20th century, circa 1920.
A fine example of Walker's patented ship's ...
An early Victorian mercury wheel barometer. A mahogany case with a swan neck pediment and original brass finial. Banded case edging. Well silvered dials an a convex mirror. The level ...
Offered for sale is this World War Two German compass which is in a nice condition, but showing slight rub marks on chroming due to age. Stop lever works to ...
An early Victorian mercury wheel barometer. A mahogany case with a swan neck pediment and original brass finial. Banded case edging and a tapered base. Well silvered dials an a ...
A Victorian period mercury wheel barometer. A rosewood case with a swan neck pediment and original brass central finial. A hygrometer, thermometer, mirror, main dial and level. The level is ...
A Georgian period mercury wheel barometer. A mahogany case with an architectural pediment and brass central finial. Marquetry and parquetry shell inlays to the case. A long engraved silvered dial. ...
A High Quality Late Victorian antique polished oak Royal Polytechnic Admiral Fitzroy barometer, made by Joseph Davis & Co of London (w.1871-93, listed as the sole maker of the Royal ...
This is an antique surveyor's level. An English, brass theodolite desk ornament by William Stanley with mahogany carry box, dating to the early 20th century.
A fine scientific instrument from a ...
A beautifully bevelled edged glass cased Edwardian barograph barometer by Thomas Armstrong & brother of Manchester (the dark spot on the brass plaque in picture 4 is a ceiling reflection).
Good example of an original military issue Monocular in its original leather case. It has an extendable eyepiece tube for focussing and is marked with the military crows foot. The ...
In excellent original condition an early 19th Century gilt barometer in working order. A quality rare item for either a desk or mantel-shelf.
A superb antique library telescope on its original folding tripod. It was made by Dollond of London and dates to the late 1800s / early 1900s. The telescope is made ...
A lovely set of antique balance beam scales dating from the mid to late 19th century. The scales are made of brass a brass pan suspended by chain and another ...
Offered for sale is this Victorian antique barometer made by J. Martin of Maidstone. This is a good example of a simple style working piece. It has an excellent colour ...
This is an antique marine telescope. An English, silvered brass single draw 'officer of the watch' ship's refractor with personal inscription, dating to the late Victorian period.
Perfect for bird watching, ...
These weighing scales were produced by Viking F.J.Thornton & C.O. Ltd, Wolverhampton in the 1940s. Beautiful red coloured scale with brass plate and 7 brass weights (from 1 LB to ...
Good example of a small brass photographic exposure meter dating from the late 1800s. It is engraved "Watkins Exposure Meter. Patent. Sole Makers R.Field & Co. Birmingham".
It comes with ...
A good quality set of antique letter scales with their original weights. The scales themselves are brass with a nickel plated coating and they are set on a good quality ...
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