- 10:00 GMT - 16:00 GMT
- Unit 7A
- Meadow View Ind Estate
- PE9 2EX
- United Kingdom
A group of six antique blue glass apothecary bottle, bearing latin labels, the tallest measures 24cm high.
A 19th century satinwood spice box, composed of three compartments labelled Mace, Nutmegs and All Spice, 15cm high.
A pocket microscope by Thompson & Co Mathematical Instrument Makers of Liverpool, with four slides including petal of geranium and fir tree sectio...
A boxed vintage set of specimen microscope slides, twelve drawers each containing at least six slides and labelled.
A pair of apothecary jars, with metal covers, painted with labels Rhei and Zingiberis, 21cm high.
A group of eight antique glass apothecary jars, each bearing latin labels, the tallest 24cm high.
Four 19th century stoneware glazed apothecary jars, labelled Chiretta, P Lobelia Co, Sodii Hyposulph, and Sulphur Nig, embossed with the Royal coa...
A group of blue glass vintage medicine / apothecary bottles.
Eight antique glass apothecary bottles with stoppers and latin labels, the tallest 18cm high.
A 19th century Chinese black lacquered tea canister, numbered 21, 44cm high.
Six antique glass apothecary bottles and stoppers with latin labels, 21cm high.
Three ceramic antique apothecary jars, each with latin labels on blue ground, 13cm high.
A group of six antique green glass apothecary bottles with latin labels, 17cm high.
Three ceramic apothecary jars of differing form, each painted with contents labels.
Eight glass antique apothecary bottles, with stoppers and latin labels, tallest 23cm high.
The New Sparklets Dental Spray CO2 System, with original box.
An antique magnifying lens on stand 21cm high, together with a mid-century example.
Two vintage ceramic pestle and mortars, the pestles having wooden handles, the largest measures 13 cm high, 23cm diameter.
An antique pill tile, and a ceramic spoon measure.
A Wedgwood pestle & mortar, stamped Wedgwood Best Composition, together with a Royal Doulton, Hadleigh pestle & mortar and a further example.
A quantity of eleven antique glass apothecary bottles with stoppers and latin labels, 20cm high.
Six miniature pestle & mortars, of various form, the smallest measures 2½cm high.
A group of ten antique blue glass apothecary bottle, bearing latin labels, the tallest measures 17cm high.
A Georgian Apothecary box in mahogany with secret drawer, the fitted interior containing twenty glass bottles with stoppers, glass mixing bottles ...
Robinsons Herbal, dated 1872, with coloured illustrations. [Provenance: C. Fields Herbalist, Scotgate, Stamford]
A group of vintage green glass medicine bottles, the tallest 20cm high.
Two vintage feeding cups and two ceramic sputum mugs and a blue glass sputum flask.
A set of four ceramic apothecary jars, with metal covers, each painted with latin labels, 13cm high.
Two ceramic apothecary jars, one labelled Pil Opii, the other Pil Ferri, the tallest 25cm high.
Three ceramic apothecary jars, each painted with labels, and a portmerion Cold Cream jar and cover, 18cm high.
A large chemists shop apothecary jar, 76cm high, together with a spare stopper.
A large rare pair of chemists shop apothecary jars, 80cm high.
Eight antique apothecary jars with stoppers and latin labels, tallest 17cm high.
Eight antique glass apothecary jars, each with contents labels and with stoppers, 20cm high.
Ten green glass antique apothecary jars, with stoppers and latin labels, tallest measures 21cm high.
Three glass apothecary jars, bearing labels, 19cm high.
A group of microscopical preparations, in box in the form of a book, each slide numbered and labelled.
Five vintage eye baths, including three glass examples.
A vintage dispensing balance, by Evan Sons Lescher & Webb Ltd, together with three measuring jugs.
Four antique glass apothecary bottles, with latin labels, the tallest 17cm high.
Two antique ceramic apothecary jars bearing latin labels, 25cm high.
A set of vintage pharmaceutical weights, in the original box.
A vintage Arnold & Sons of London chemists box containing scalpels, eye loop, scissors and other accessories.
A Victorian set of scales in the original oval tin box.
A vintage set of mother of pearl and brass scales, and weights, boxed.
Three antique glass apothecary bottles, each having latin labels, 20cm high.
A bell-shaped terracotta rhubarb forcer, stamped with Nottingham makers mark.
A selection of weights and measures, including a full brass set.
Three vintage pestle & mortars, two impressed to the bases, the largest measures 8cm high.
A Georgian papier-mâché faux tortoiseshell toothpick box of elongated oval form with gilt clasp and gold cartouche.
A large glass specimen jar and cover, painted with a bird and labelled Peruv. Bark, 51cm high.
Two cast metal pestle & mortars, the tallest 10cm high.
An Arts & Crafts Newlyn copper circular dish decorated with a fish and stylised waves and air bubbles. Stamped Newlyn.
Two vintage ceramic 'Perfection Bed & Douche' pans.
A group of ten antique blue glass apothecary bottle, bearing latin labels, the tallest measures 21cm high.
19th century sailors or rope makers fid, conic form, reeded band detail, length approx. 51.5cm
Two brass cast pestle & mortars, one engraved with animals, 8½ cm high.