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Lot Number: 1341
A WWII/Battle of Britain period Air Ministry pocket aneroid barometer, mkI, no.134, the silvered circular dial set with Arabic numerals, diameter 6.6cm, the reverse further stamped for T. Wheeler London, ref no.6B 114, in original leather case of issue.
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 80 - 120

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Lot Number: 1342
NEGRETTI & ZAMBRA OF LONDON; a compensated barometer no.12037, dial diameter 4.2cm, in fitted but associated German leather travel case.
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 60 - 100

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Lot Number: 1343
Three late 19th/early 20th century pocket barometers including a compensated example with silvered dial, dial diameter 4.5cm, a cased example and a later altimeter barometer (4).
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 50 - 80

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Lot Number: 1344
A group of scientific instruments and technical devices including a Pye & Co galvanometer, a wooden cased stroboscope, a Reynolds & Branson Ltd of Leeds measuring instrument with steel needle, a gyroscope on column modelled as a classical dolphin and similar later plastic cased device, an Air Ministry rotary transformer, serial no.LJ8940, and general electric dynamotor model 5DY82AB1, and a number of further instruments.
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number: 1345
A collection of drafting instruments, rules and measures to include Faber Castell, Aristo, etc.
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 40 - 60

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The item in the triangular shaped card case is a Faber Castell ruler, 873C/24

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Lot Number: 1346
STEPHEN HOUGHTON & SON OF ORMSKIRK; a mahogany cased set of brass folding guinea scales with initials carved into the case, a further pair by Bell And Co, Prescott Lancashire, with weights to recessed apertures, and a further part set lacking most of the scale (3).
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Lot Number: 1347
JOHN BROWNING OF LONDON; a 19th century mahogany cased all brass binocular microscope, no.367, the case fitted with various accessories including a further small mahogany box containing lenses and eyepieces (one replaced), height approx 40cm.
Category: Microscopes
Estimate: 300 - 500

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Lot Number: 1348
WATSON & SONS OF LONDON; a brass and lacquered cased microscope, stamped 'Agent Kemp & Co Ltd, Bombay 4592', with High Holborn address, height 29cm (case associated).
Category: Microscopes
Estimate: 20 - 40

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Lot Number: 1349
BAKER OF LONDON; a walnut cased mid-20th century binocular microscope, set with three pairs of additional lenses and twin eyepieces.
Category: Microscopes
Estimate: 20 - 40

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Lot Number: 1350
BAUSCH & LOMB; a cased monocular microscope with two slides with associate additional eyepieces/lenses, the door bearing plaque inscribed 'Reynolds & Branson Ltd, Leeds', height 30.5cm.
Category: Microscopes
Estimate: 30 - 50

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