Antique Scientific Instruments

London (1/3)

  • Edwardian Cased Royal Model Microscope By W Watson & Sons High Holborn London
  • Henry Crouch London microscope. No 5862
  • Swift & Son London Antique Microscope in fitted mahogany case 19th Century
  • Vintage c1900 J. Swift & Son of London Brass Microscope, Case & Accessories
  • Edwardian Cased Pocket Barometer & Altimeter By Newton & Co Fleet Street London
  • Antique lacquered brass compound microscope by Pickard Curry & Co of London
  • Antique jug handle microscope, Charles Baker of London, circa 1912
  • A large presentation telescope & tripod in case by Elliott Bros, London
  • 1930s antique brass surveyor's level theodolite by Stanley of London
  • Antique compound Smith & Beck Educational Microscope, London made, circa 1860
  • Original J. H. Steward, Strand london pocket Drum Snuffbox Sextant & Case
  • Antique Brass r Microscope by Smith, Beck & Beck, of London
  • Lovely Antique Vane Anemometer Velocity Meter Air Flow Townson & Mercer London
  • Antique Brass Pocket Sextant by Stanley, London
  • Antique XIX century Barograph by Pastorelly and Rapkin, London
  • Victorian Cased Challenge Model Microscope By Swift & Son London
  • VINTAGE ANTIQUE HENRY CROUCH OF LONDON BRASS MICROSCOPE WITH BOX + LENSES c1880
  • MAGNIFICENT CARVED STICK BAROMETER J Braund, London
  • Victorian Staffordshire Phrenology Head By Ln Fowler Ludgate Circus London
  • Bale London Georgian Feather Fan Mahogany Stick Barometer
  • Brass Microscope Rare Outfit James How London 1870-1900 Antique Mahogany Cased
  • Antique Silvertown London Telegraph No. 803 Wheatstone Bridge with Galvanometer
  • EARLY BRASS GRAPHOMETER by STANLEY of LONDON FITTED WOODEN BOX
  • 1940s antique brass surveyor's transit theodolite by Ottway of London
  • FINE MAHOGANY BOW FRONT STICK BAROMETER London maker
  • George IV Chondrometer Or Grain Scale By Robert Brettell Bate Of London
  • George III Mountain Stick Barometer By Edward Troughton London
  • Antique microscope, James Swift & Son of London, circa 1900