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European Ceramics & Glass, Clocks, Barometers & Instruments, Pictures, Books & Prints, and Antique Furniture & Objects

Semley Auctioneers Live Webcast Auction 15 Sep 2018 10:30 BST

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  • Semley
  • Shaftesbury
  • Dorset
  • SP7 9AN
  • United Kingdom

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Property of a gentleman - a Meade ETX90 Premium Edition astronomical telescope, in original box with tripod, bag & accessories (see illustration).

Property of a gentleman - medical interest - a Davis & Kidder's Patent Magneto Electric Machine For Nervous Diseases, patented 1854, manufactured ...

Property of a gentleman - a lacquered brass mounted mahogany magic lantern, by Reynolds & Branson Ltd., Leeds, with applied ivorine label inscribe...

Property of a gentleman - a 19th century lacquered brass & mahogany telescope on folding tripod stand, by G. Willson, London, the lens 1.65ins. (4...

Property of a gentleman - an anodised brass framed anemometer, the dial inscribed 'Davis & Son Ltd / London & Derby' (see illustration).

Property of a gentleman - a 19th century lacquered brass marine sextant, with ebonised handle, unsigned, in fitted mahogany case with fragmentary ...

An early 20th century lacquered brass & black microscope, by C. Reichert, Wien, in fitted mahogany case with accessories (see illustration).

Property of a lady - a set of late Victorian brass parcel postal scales, the oak base 14.55ins. (37cms.) long, with one brass weight (see illustra...

Property of a gentleman - a Cary / Gould type lacquered brass portable compound microscope by Cary, London, circa 1825, in fitted case with access...

Property of a lady - a 19th century brass 2-inch telescope, with folding tripod stand & fittings, in mahogany case, the case 30.7ins. (78cms.) lon...

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