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Lot Number: 299
A c.1900 mahogany cased brass monocular microscope with screw-in tube and tripod support, five drawers to the case set with various slides, additional lenses, etc, unnamed.
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 100 - 200

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The barrel unscrews and fits into a bracket top right in the case, the remaining section then sits on the shelf.

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Lot Number: 300
SMITH & BECK, 6 COLMANS, LONDON; a late 19th century mahogany cased brass binocular microscope, no.638 and with tripod base, height 44cm.
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 200 - 300

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Rack and pinion appear to be working ok. Glass prism is present. All parts have been included in additional photos.

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Lot Number: 301
J. SWIFT & SON, LONDON; a bi-metallic monocular microscope in mahogany fitted case, with various additional lenses and inscribed to the platform.
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 60 - 100

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Lot Number: 302
An unnamed brass student's monocular microscope, a small walnut cased set of Stanley drawing instruments, a large John Rabone & Sons 100ft tape measure and a Moe diamond weight calculator gauge (4).
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number: 303
DANCER OF MANCHESTER; a 19th century mahogany cased brass dumpy level, with compass to the base and inscribed 'Dancer, Manchester', the inner lid with Casartelli & Son of Manchester repair label, length of case 39.5cm.
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 150 - 250

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Lot Number: 304
GARDNER & CO, 21 BUCHANAN ST, GLASGOW; a boxed brass drainage level with silvered measuring gauge, central spirit level and brass screw adjustments, bearing Garner & Co paper label to the inside of the lid and complete with instructions, width of case 35.25cm.
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 100 - 200

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Lot Number: 305
A fully adjustable watchmaker's mandrel lathe with brass body and steel attachments and screws, with crank handle gearing allowing for accurate off centre turning, length 52cm.
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 500 - 800

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Lot Number: 306
Two boxed sets of weights, each incorporating seven weights from 10lbs to 1lb, each with a registration number, also a cased set of brass weights by F Garcia Ltd of London, from 0.5lbs to 0.01lbs, one missing, and a pair of small brass candlesticks (4).
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Lot Number: 307
A set of early 20th century Sangers Ltd lacquered brass chemical balance scales on mahogany base with single drawer, width 29.5cm, also a mahogany cased set of weights and a set of drawing instruments (3).
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Lot Number: 308
A cased set of Griffin & Tatlock Ltd chemical balance scales, width of case 45cm.
Category: Scientific Instruments
Estimate: 20 - 40

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