Antique Scientific Instruments

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  • Vintage Swift Monocular Polarising Microscope circa 1960s, Cased & Collectable
  • Vintage R & J Beck Model 22 Brass Monocular Microscope circa 1920, Cased
  • Rare Cambridge Instruments Recording Galvanometer (Circa 1905)
  • Joseph Linnell Culpeper Type Antique Microscope Circa 1764 1775 As Photo's
  • Vintage Watson Service Microscope with Mechanical Over-stage, circa 1939, Cased
  • Original Vintage Crystal Molecule Model Of Ice H2o Teaching Aid Circa 1965
  • French Equicnoctial Sundial circa 1900, Exc. Condition
  • Large Antique Oak Aneroid Wall Barometer Circa 1890-1900
  • Seibert & Krafft Antique Brass Parallel Linkage C-pillar Microscope Circa 1875
  • Vintage Watson Bactil High-Power Binocular Microscope circa 1960, Cased
  • ANTIQUE Le` MEIER FRENCH BRASS SUNDIAL, Circa 1720
  • Antique Stick Barometer Style of Negretti & Zambra Circa 1900
  • Rare Cambridge Instruments Recording Galvanometer (Circa 1905)
  • Vintage W. Watson & Sons Ltd BACTIL HIGH-POWER microscope in barss circa 1932
  • Kullmer Equatorial Star Finder circa 1911
  • Large Oak Aneroid Wall Barometer Circa 1900
  • Poliprism Equilateral, Italy 1860 circa
  • Original Antique Brass Spencer Microscope with Wood Case, circa 1908
  • Vintage W. Watson & Sons Ltd Bactil Mono/Binocular Microscope, circa 1934, Cased
  • Antique 19th c. Vacuum pump by Pierre Ambroise Richebourg- Paris circa 1840s
  • Antique W. Watson & Sons Ltd Brass School Monocular Microscope circa 1907
  • Antique W. Watson & Sons Ltd Brass Fram Monocular Microscope circa 1902
  • A Cased Brass Travelling Compass, France, Circa 1750 surveying shagreen case
  • Vintage W. Watson & Sons Ltd Bactil Mono/Binocular Microscope circa 1952
  • Antique ANDREW ROSS Brass Wenham Binocular Compound Microscope Circa 1850
  • Victorian Antique Mahogany Wall Barometer By J. Poole London Circa 1875
  • Circa 1950 Russell Of Norwich Boxwood And Chevron String Wooden Stick Barometer
  • Stunning Antique Binocular Microscope, by WATSON & SON (circa 1876-1882)