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Spencer, Browning and Co. - London. 19th Century mahogany Marine Stick Baromete...
Elegant mid-19th Century mahogany Marine Stick Barometer; the slender case, square in cross-section, with ring suspension over engraved ivory regis...
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Alan Walker
Waywiser
A Georgian mahogany Waywiser by Richard Glynne of Fleet Street, London. Circa 1725. Diameter of wheel: 81 cm The brass dial is graduated in p...
£2,850
Hatchwell Antiques Ltd.
Wimshurst Machine
A 1950's Wimshurst machine by Griffin & George Ltd. The Wimshurst influence machine is an electrostatic generator, a machine for generating high...
£400
Hatchwell Antiques Ltd.
Set of Troy Standard Weights
A mahogany cased set of standard troy ounce weights made for the County of Gloucester by Doyle & Son of London, Dated 1890. The velvet lined cas...
£385
Hatchwell Antiques Ltd.
Vertical 4 Cylinder Steam Engine
A very rare late 19th century working model of a quadruple cylinder marine overhead valve steam engine. In working order.
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Hatchwell Antiques Ltd.
Superb example of a Dolland compound microscope
A fine and complete example of a compound microscope by Dolland, London in the original fitted mahogany case which contains a full set of accessories
£5,800
Hansord
William Cary - London. 19th Century mahogany Balloonists barometer
Very rare and impressive 19th Century mahogany “Balloonists” barometer/altimeter in essentially original condition. The brass ring suspension o...
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Alan Walker
Negretti & Zambra - London. 19th Century brass Balloonists' or Surveyors' ['Moun...
NEGRETTI & ZAMBRA - LONDON Rare and fine quality 19th Century brass-cased Balloonists’ or Surveyors’ Stick Barometer in essentia...
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Alan Walker
Negretti & Zambra - London. 19th Century oak-cased “Sea Coast Barometer”
Good quality and unusual 19th Century oak-cased “Sea Coast Barometer” - No. 305 – an early example of this type of barometer. The arched top ...
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Alan Walker
A SACCHARIMETRE A PENOMBRES BY JJ DUBOSCQ
numbered No 25 and signed by J Duboscq a Paris. Louis Jules Duboscq was a French instrument maker, inventor, and pioneering photographer. He was k...
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Nicholas Wells Antiques Ltd
Tunbridge Ware Obelisk Thermometer
A mid 19th century Victorian Tunbridge ware obelisk thermometer. The obelisk is rosewood veneered with Tunbridge inlaid panels to all sides and ...
£225
Graham Smith Antiques
Adie & Son - Edinburgh. Mid-19th Century mahogany sympiesometer.
Good quality and rare, mid-19th Century mahogany-cased Sympiesometer – No. 1978 ; the engraved silvered brass register plates, signed and numbere...
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Alan Walker
Kinora Viewer
A Kinora monochrome motion picture viewer on folding oak base. The Kinora was an early motion picture device, developed by the French inventors ...
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Hatchwell Antiques Ltd.
William Cary - London. 19th century mahogany marine stick barometer.
Rare and elegant early 19th Century mahogany Marine Stick Barometer; the slender case, square in cross-section with bowed sides; the ring suspensio...
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Alan Walker
Negretti & Zambra - London. 19th Century oak ‘Admiral Fitzroy’s Storm Barometer’...
Good quality and unusual 19th Century oak cased ‘Admiral Fitzroy’s Storm Barometer’ - No. 1414 in essentially original condition. The porcel...
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Alan Walker
Torpedo Model by Légé & Co
A very rare prototype model of torpedo by A. Légé & Co., circa 1886. A working prototype brass model of a class of Torpedo known as a Traction...
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Hatchwell Antiques Ltd.