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    Scientific antiques contains all antiques from scientific endeavours - devices used for measuring, machines used for calculating, instruments used for healing, texts used for learning.

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    • Stick barometer in superb oak case, restoration project

      Stick barometer in superb oak case, restoration project

      breedon antiques, nuneaton, united kingdom

      Lovely clean and complete cased stick barometer, been laid flat at sometime in its past allowing the mercury to escape, the tube is perfect as is the thermometer and the steel case of the barometer...

      £650.00

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    • ENGLISH Oak STICK BAROMETER, BELIEVED TO BE MADE AROUND 1790.

      ENGLISH Oak STICK BAROMETER, BELIEVED TO BE MADE AROUND 1790.

      breedon antiques, nuneaton, united kingdom

      T. B Winters & Son Of Newcastle on Tyne named on the graph, plain oak cased with brass fitting around viewing glass, tube is intact but will require re filling with mercury also the thermometer...

      £375.00

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    • Sheraton Style Inlaid Mahogany Barometer / Thermometer

      Sheraton Style Inlaid Mahogany Barometer / Thermometer

      georgian antiques, edinburgh, united kingdom

      Circa 1900, Sheraton style inlaid mahogany barometer and thermometer. The heraldic shaped frame has a profusely inlaid pediment, with a thermometer and beneath this a brass framed barometer. Below is a raised section with further...

      £550.00

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    • Antique 3 Draw Refractor, English, Terrestrial, Telescope, Berge, Georgian, 1805

      Antique 3 Draw Refractor, English, Terrestrial, Telescope, Berge, Georgian, 1805

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.6549

      This is an antique 3-draw refractor. An English, terrestrial and astronomical telescope by Matthew Berge, dating to the Georgian period, circa 1805. 

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky

      • An attractive telescope with high Georgian appeal
      • Displays a desirable aged patina
      • Bright russet hues to the primary barrel
      • 3 draws operating with smooth action
      • Clear, bright objective lens with a diameter of 38mm (1.5")
      • Brass dust cap present for the objective
      • Swivel dust cap to the flared eyepiece
      • Engraved with Berge, London 'Late Ramsden'

      This is a fine antique refractor, with the benefit of Berge's expertise learnt from being foreman to the renowned Jesse Ramsden, and a continuation of his master's work. As good to use today as it was 200 years ago. Delivered polished and ready for use or display and supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand'.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 19cm (7.5'')
      Fully Drawn Length: 53cm (20.75'')
      Objective Lens Diameter: 38mm (1.5'')

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      Antique 3 Draw Refractor, English, Terrestrial, Telescope, Berge, Georgian, 1805

      £895.00

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    • Antique E Leitz Wetzlar Cased Microscope & Slides from C Baker London 1906

      Antique E Leitz Wetzlar Cased Microscope & Slides from C Baker London 1906

      antique ethos, durham, united kingdom

      Antique cased brass microscope manufactured in 1906 by Ernst Leitz of Wetzar, Germany and retailed by C Baker of High Holborn, London. Solid lacquered brass monocular microscope with black enamelled horse-shoe foot. Rotating turret with...

      £550.00

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    • 19th Century Three-Draw Brass and Leather Terrestrial Pocket Telescope

      19th Century Three-Draw Brass and Leather Terrestrial Pocket Telescope

      antique ethos, durham, united kingdom

      A good 19th century, three-draw brass and leather terrestrial pocket telescope c1880. Main barrel covered in its original stitched leather cover. Flared eyecup with swivel dust slide within the eyepiece. Three brass draw tubes, with...

      £140.00

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    • Georgian Barometer London Mahogany with shell inlays

      Georgian Barometer London Mahogany with shell inlays

      breedon antiques, nuneaton, united kingdom

      Good condition and working order comes this late 18th century barometer, superb lines and condition, delivery can be arranged.

      £395.00

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    • Antique, Pair of Binoculars, German, Neo Universal, CP Goerz, Berlin, Circa 1920

      Antique, Pair of Binoculars, German, Neo Universal, CP Goerz, Berlin, Circa 1920

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.6373

      This is an antique pair of binoculars. A German, 4.5x magnification Neo Universal by CP Goerz of Berlin, dating to the early 20th century, circa 1920.

      • Delightful binocular from a sought-after German specialist
      • Displaying a desirable aged patina – optical elements in clear order
      • Elegantly milled brass with painted black finish
      • Complete with black leather carry pouch
      • CP Goerz Berlin logo present on left barrel; Neo Universal model name to the right
      • Knurled central focus wheel encased within pleasingly formed, folding bridge
      • Smaller adjustment wheel with marking range from 64-72
      • Serial number of 580854 engraved into front fascia
      • Turned eyecups, adjustment wheel to the right
      • Hand grips dressed in quality textured leather
      • Carry pouch in original condition - clasp not situated
      • Interior dressed with smooth, dark blue velour

      This is a wonderful pair of vintage binoculars, with Goerz being one of the leading names of German optical specialists in the early 20th century. Delivered polished and ready for the home.

      Dimensions:
      Max Width: 14cm (5.5'')
      Max Depth: 7.5cm (3'')
      Max Height: 3.5cm (1.5'')

      Pouch Width: 15.5cm (6'')
      Pouch Depth: 6.5cm (2.5'')
      Pouch Height: 9.5cm (3.75'')

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      Antique, Pair of Binoculars, German, Neo Universal, CP Goerz, Berlin, Circa 1920

      £425.00

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    • Vintage Pair of Binoculars, German, 12x Magnification, Busch Prisma Terlux

      Vintage Pair of Binoculars, German, 12x Magnification, Busch Prisma Terlux

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.6374

      This is a vintage pair of binoculars. A German, brass 12x magnification Busch Prisma Terlux, dating to the early 20th century, circa 1930. 

      • Appealing vintage binoculars with generous magnification
      • Displaying a desirable aged patina - optical elements in clear order
      • Painted brass with weathering commensurate with age
      • Complete with leather carry case and strap
      • Left barrel presents the Busch Prisma-Binocle engraving, with Mod Terlux to the right-hand side
      • Central adjustment wheel situated on a spindle between bridge joints
      • Smaller central adjustment dial displays markings for the magnification level of 12x
      • Engraved serial number of 68376 on the top bridge plate
      • Front element measuring 35mm (1.5") with sliding sunshade
      • Flared eye-cups with rotary mechanical adjustment
      • Barrels finished with quality dark brown leather
      • Rich brown leather carry case features original strap, button absent

      This is a versatile pair of vintage binoculars, as useful today as they were a hundred years ago. Delivered polished and ready for the home.

      Dimensions:
      Max Width: 12.5cm (5'')
      Max Depth: 20cm (7.75'')
      Max Height: 4.5cm (1.75'')

      Pouch Width: 15cm (6'')
      Pouch Depth: 8.5cm (3.25'')
      Pouch Height: 21.5cm (8.5'')

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      Vintage Pair of Binoculars, German, 12x Magnification, Busch Prisma Terlux

      £395.00

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    • A Very decorative And Nice Small French Thermometer circa 1850

      A Very decorative And Nice Small French Thermometer circa 1850

      koos limburg jnr, glen prosen, united kingdom

      A Very decorative And Nice Small French Thermometer circa 1850. The dial plate made of wood and fully hand painted with numerals and same flower ornaments, still with the original old paint decoration. With original...

      £345.00

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    • Hand held barometer in case

      Hand held barometer in case

      breedon antiques, nuneaton, united kingdom

      Pocket sized comes by excellent maker, in perfect working order case a little wear as to be expected, offering free worldwide delivery reference V4

      £225.00

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    • Barograph mahogany cased

      Barograph mahogany cased

      breedon antiques, nuneaton, united kingdom

      One of his very best, this superb barograph fitted into superb mahogany case comes in good working order, offering free worldwide delivery reference BBB

      £950.00

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    • A Clean Rosewood Wheel Barometer, Signed: John White Ware. (Greater London) Second Half 19th Cent...

      A Clean Rosewood Wheel Barometer, Signed: John White Ware. (Greater London) Second Half 19th Cent...

      koos limburg jnr, glen prosen, united kingdom

      A Clean Rosewood Wheel Barometer, Signed: John White Ware. (Greater London) Second Half 19th Century. The barometer has a Thermometer, Hydrometer, and spirit level. All over in very good original condition, with nice original old...

      £585.00

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    • Four Black Forest/DDR Weather Houses.

      Four Black Forest/DDR Weather Houses.

      koos limburg jnr, glen prosen, united kingdom

      Four Black Forest/DDR Weather Houses. Two early circa 1900-1920 the other two later, one with a music box and money bank. In good original old condition. Largest Weather house. 18cm high 15cm wide 10cm deep. Price: £195,--

      £195.00

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    • Georgian barometer

      Georgian barometer

      breedon antiques, nuneaton, united kingdom

      Nice quality mahogany cased fully working Barometer condition is excellent, offering free Uk Delivery, reference Number 1.

      £495.00

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    • Rare Indian Opium Scales

      Rare Indian Opium Scales

      reloved antiques, ripon, united kingdom

      Stunning rare late 19th century Indian Opium Scales with bronze Elephant weights

      £180.00

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    • Antique Telescope, Regency, Baker of London, Two Draw Refractor, Circa 1920

      Antique Telescope, Regency, Baker of London, Two Draw Refractor, Circa 1920

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5077

      This is an antique telescope by noted retailer and manufacturer, Baker of London, a two draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use dating to the early 20th century, circa 1920.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife stalking, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Presenting a clear, sharp optical performance
      • Tapered, leather-clad, primary barrel in good order
      • Withdraws with a smooth action, easy to focus
      • Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display
      • 40mm (1.5") achromatic objective
      • Leather dust caps for objective and eye piece
      • Flared eyecup with sliding dust cover
      • Engraved; Baker, 244 High Holborn. London

      This antique telescope is an historic, period piece fine to use today that also displays well.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 24cm (9.5'')
      Fully Drawn Length: 53.5cm (21'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 40mm (1.5'')

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      Antique Telescope, Regency, Baker of London, Two Draw Refractor, Circa 1920

      £595.00

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    • Antique Telescope, Single Draw, Terrestrial, Astronomical, Georgian Circa 1760

      Antique Telescope, Single Draw, Terrestrial, Astronomical, Georgian Circa 1760

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.6060

      This is an antique telescope, a single draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use. An English, Georgian piece dating to circa 1760.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife stalking, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Tapered, fruitwood primary barrel presents well
      • Single brass draw tube in good order with smooth action
      • Supplied with a London Fine, oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display.
      • 20mm (0.75") objective lens with sliding dust cover
      • Bulbous eyecup with sliding dust cover
      • Segmented brass draw tube

      A super example of a Georgian antique telescope. An historic, period piece that is good to use today as it was 250 years ago.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 34cm (13.5'')
      Fully Drawn Length: 57.5cm (22.75'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 20mm (0.75'')

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      Antique Telescope, Single Draw, Terrestrial, Astronomical, Georgian Circa 1760

      £725.00

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    • Antique Telescope, 2 Draw Refractor, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English, C.1810

      Antique Telescope, 2 Draw Refractor, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English, C.1810

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.6059

      This is an antique telescope, a two draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use. An English, late Georgian piece dating to the early 19th century, circa 1810.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife stalking, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Good optics presenting a clear, sharp performance
      • Parallel, fruitwood primary barrel in good order
      • Draw tubes in good order with smooth action
      • 25mm (1") achromatic objective with sliding dust cover
      • Flared eyecup with sliding dust cover
      • Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display

      A historic, period piece as good to use today as it was two hundred years ago.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 21.5cm (8.5'')
      Fully Drawn Length: 50.5cm (20'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 25mm (1'')

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      Antique Telescope, 2 Draw Refractor, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English, C.1810

      £695.00

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    • Antique Telescope, English, 3 Draw Refractor, Silberrad Aldgate, 19th Century

      Antique Telescope, English, 3 Draw Refractor, Silberrad Aldgate, 19th Century

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5069

      This is an antique telescope. An English, three draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use by Silberrad of Aldgate, London and dating to the early 19th century, circa 1810. 

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife stalking, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Good optics presenting a clear, sharp performance
      • Parallel, mahogany primary barrel in good order
      • Draw tubes in good order with smooth action
      • Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display
      • 35mm (1.5") achromatic objective
      • Brass lens cap and flared eyecup with swivel dust cover
      • Fine grain interest and rich mahogany hues
      • Bears the maker's mark; Silberrad - Aldgate, London

      This is a lovely mahogany and brass telescope by renowned optical instrument maker Silberrad.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 18cm (7'')
      Fully Drawn Length: 55cm (21.75'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 35mm (1.5'')

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      Antique Telescope, English, 3 Draw Refractor, Silberrad Aldgate, 19th Century

      £695.00

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    • Antique Telescope, Bancks and Son, English, 3 Draw, Late 18th Century, C.1800

      Antique Telescope, Bancks and Son, English, 3 Draw, Late 18th Century, C.1800

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5065

      This is an antique telescope, engraved Bancks & Son. An English three draw refractor dating to the late 18th century, circa 1800.

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Original condition and displaying a desirable aged patina
      • Parallel fruitwood primary barrel in good order
      • Three draw refractor withdraws with a smooth action, easy to focus
      • Presents a good, sharp and bright image
      • 40mm (1.5") achromatic objective with lens cover
      • Flared eyecup with sliding dust cover
      • Inscription reads; Bancks & Son, Strand London - Inst. Makers to His Majesty
      • Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display

      An historic, period piece that is fine to use today and also displays well.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 24cm (9.5'')
      Max Drawn Length: 74cm (29.25'')
      Objective Glass Diameter: 4cm (1.5'')

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      Antique Telescope, Bancks and Son, English, 3 Draw, Late 18th Century, C.1800

      £995.00

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    • Antique Telescope, 3 Draw, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English, Georgian, C.1780

      Antique Telescope, 3 Draw, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English, Georgian, C.1780

      london fine limited, taunton, united kingdom

      Our Stock # 18.5062

      This is an antique telescope, a three draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use. An English, Georgian piece dating to the late 18th century, circa 1780. 

      Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or maritime observation. Equally suitable for observing the night sky.

      • Displays a desirable aged patina and rich hues
      • Presenting a clear, sharp optical performance
      • Parallel half wooden primary barrel
      • Offering a smooth draw action and easy focus
      • Three draw refractor with extending sunshade
      • 30mm (1.25") achromatic objective with sliding dust cover
      • Bulbous eyecup, also with sliding dust cover
      • Supplied with a London Fine oak and brass 'Captain's Stand' for display

      This is a fascinating antique, Georgian telescope and as good to use today as it was over two hundred years ago. Delivered polished and ready for viewing.

      Dimensions:
      Closed Length: 31cm (12.25'')
      Max Drawn Length: 98.5cm (38.75'')
      Objective Lens Diameter: 3cm (1.25'')

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      Antique Telescope, 3 Draw, Terrestrial, Astronomical, English, Georgian, C.1780

      £495.00

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    • Mahogany Banjo Barometer

      Mahogany Banjo Barometer

      echo antiques, witney, united kingdom

      Mahogany Banjo Barometer featuring a mirror as well as the usual dials indicating pressure, temperature, humidity and level. Collection or specialist delivery preferred. Thanks, Andy.

      £150.00

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    • Georgian Mine’s Compass Mahogany cased by W & S Jones 30 Holborn London

      Georgian Mine’s Compass Mahogany cased by W & S Jones 30 Holborn London

      breedon antiques, nuneaton, united kingdom

      Used down the pit condition quite good the glass has a crack easy replaced, original brass poles fitting nice original mahogany box sizes being length 25cm width 17cm height 9cm, offering free worldwide delivery reference...

      £1,500.00

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    • Cased 'Full Set' of Technical Drawing Instruments c1925

      Cased 'Full Set' of Technical Drawing Instruments c1925

      antique ethos, durham, united kingdom

      Early 20th century, quality set of technical drawing instruments made c1925. A "full set" compromising of a 6" compass with extension bar and fittings, 5” dividers, two bow compasses, three spring bows and two ruling pens...

      £140.00

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