Antique Scientific Instruments

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  • Antique W. Watson & Sons Edinburgh Student's Stand-H Microscope c1911, Cased
  • Antique compound monocular Microscope, Watson & Sons Ltd, circa 1930
  • Antique lacquered brass microscope by Watson & Sons of London, circa 1898
  • Antique W. Watson & Sons Edinburgh Student's Stand-H Microscope c1912, cased
  • Antique W. Watson & Sons Service Microscope in Brass circa 1925 with Case
  • Antique Drawing Instruments/Drawing Set/Rulers Reeves and Sons Ltd Very Fine
  • W. WATSON & SONS LONDON ANTIQUE BRASS EARLY ROYAL MICROSCOPE WithCASE SN3321, 1894
  • Simple disecting microscope in case Watson & Sons
  • Vintage W. Watson & Sons Brass Kima Microscope in Original Case circa 1934
  • Antique Watson & Sons Edinburgh Model C Microscope in Brass circa 1900
  • Antique Microscope Watson & Sons Wooden Case
  • Antique Georgian Watson & Sons Brass Binocular Microscope Brass c. 1900/08, Case
  • Antique Microscope Watson & Sons Wooden Case
  • Antique 1943 C L Berger & Sons Boston Mass Surveying Transit Instrument Wood Box
  • W Watson & Sons High Holborn London Royal Microscope Cased Antique UK Fast post
  • Victorian boxed set of technical drawing instruments by Elliott & Sons
  • Antique Microscope Watson & Sons Wooden Case
  • Antique Microscope Watson & Sons Wooden Case
  • Antique Microscope Watson & Sons Wooden Case
  • Superb Large Antique Victorian Brass Microscope & Lenses Woolley Sons Manchester
  • Circa 1885 W. Watson Sons Gimbaled Surveyors Mining Compass unusual Vertical Arc
  • 24' Rare Circa 1900 Huge T Cooke & Sons London York Antique Magnetometer Museum
  • Antique Microscope Watson & Sons Wooden Case
  • Circa 1885 W. Watson Sons Gimbaled Surveyors Mining Compass unusual Vertical Arc
  • Antique compound microscope,'Fram' by Watson & Sons of London, circa 1907
  • Edwardian Cased Royal Model Microscope By W Watson & Sons High Holborn London
  • Antique Microscope Watson & Sons Wooden Case
  • Swift & Sons no. 465 compound Field Microscope in Leather Case circa 1890