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Set early Indian brass apothecary scales. in wood case, incl. Basins, 7 weights enclosed in drawer to wood case. Brass fitting marked 'Eye'. Height 37 cm (total)

Pharmacists antique scales (2) and weights in timber box. Provenance: Windsor Pharmacy, England (established in the 18th century).

A 19th century mahogany travelling apothecary chest with original key. Includes scales and two jars. Missing its original five bottles.

Antique mahogany scientist's box, fitted with scales and apothecary bottles, with name plaque, Sir Brook Taylor, a noted mathematician & inventor. Taylor was an adviser to the Privy Council.

Antique French marble topped chemist scales, with horn bowls

Victorian marble topped Chemist scales, with weights. Length 36 cm

An early 19th century mahogany apothecary cabinet, the rectangular hinged top enclosing a selection of bottle compartments and 14 bottles, 2 missing, above a drawer containing a further six bottles, one missing, scales and two lidded compartments, with bra

Chemist scale including pill maker and weights (3). Height 50 cm. Length 51 cm. Depth 24 cm

A mahogany cased pharmaceutical kit comprising glass bottles, scales and various vessels

A very rare cedar apothecary box, housing original glass mortar and pestle, brass scales, brass scales and 14 bottles, 13 of which still retain a label for A. Foss Dispensing Chemist, 313 Pitt St and corner of George and Park St Sydney, the box remains in

Chemist's scale, weights, mortar and pestles and medical oddments including a large group of brass mortar and pestles, incomplete sets of scale weights, a boxed set of weights much used, medical tools, test tube holder, syringes and medical supplies and ot