Antique Scientific Instruments

London (1/6)

  • Antique Microscope Swift & Son`s London aprox 1900s in Box
  • Antique Architect Draughtsman Technical Drawing Instrument Set Stanley London
  • Edwardian Cased Pocket Damp Protector Or Hygrometer By Aitchison & Co Of London
  • Antique Pocket Drawing Instruments/Drawing Set Gregory Optician, Strand London
  • Electroscope Electrostatic Measurements. Griffin London
  • Antique Husun Sextant Made By H. Hughes & Sons LTD. London No. 22251 Wooden Box
  • Antique R&j Beck London Microscope Plus Lenses And Original Wooden Fitted Case
  • ANTIQUE C1840 GEORGIAN double SLIDE RULE BOXWOOD 12 1/2 LONG TOWER ST LONDON
  • ANTIQUE 19tH RARE FORTIN BAROMETER 44´´ STICK BRASS NEGRETTI & ZAMBRA LONDON TOP
  • Admiral Fitzroy Barometer With Silvered Scale By Negretti & Zambra London
  • Victorian Antique Mahogany Wall Barometer By J. Poole London Circa 1875
  • C1875 Pocket Prismatic Compass by J Hicks London
  • Antique compound microscope by Charles Baker of London
  • Antique J. Swift & Son London Brass Bacteriological Microscope & Roller Stage
  • Equinoctial universal inclining sundial in case Abraham & Co, London
  • Antique lacquered brass compound microscope by Henry Crouch, London
  • Antique Mahogany Cased BAROGRAPH with Chart Drawer SHORT & MASON, LONDON
  • A Good 8 inch Double Frame Sextant Gilbert, London
  • Antique Drawing Instruments In Silver-Mounted Shagreen Case By Bate, London
  • Eclipse Ross London 5900 microscope 1850 Brass Victorian Antique
  • Antique Aneroid Barometer / Thermometer Charles W Dixey Bond St, London
  • Folding Brass Field Microscope J. Swift & Son London Antique
  • George III Cased Culpeper Type Microscope By Robert Brettell Bate London
  • Antique C. Baker High Holborn London Brass Dissecting Microscope with Lenses
  • Large Antique Telescope, With Period Wooden Tripod (Browning London) Astronomy
  • Antique Telescope c1825 Thos Jones London
  • Early Victorian Cased Field Telescope By We & F Newton, Fleet Street, London
  • C1895 Cased Bacteriological Microscope by Swift of London