28 item(s) found:

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A Victorian apothecary's shop display cabinet, made in Birmingham, circa late 19th century. Glazed all sides with four adjustable glass shelves (204 cm high, 185 cm wide, 38 cm deep

Set of Chemist scales in glass and mahogany case with makers name: L. Oertling, London with two lower drawers and some accessories, height: 57 cm, width 46 cm depth 33 cm

Set of Chemist scales in glass and oak case with makers plaque: Sartorius-Werke, Gottingen, height: 48 cm, width 39 cm depth 29 cm

A 19th century apothecary set in brass bound mahogany box by 'J.Walker, London', bottles labeled 'Gould & Martin Homoeopathic Chemists, 90 Collins St. East, Melbourne, 20 cm high, 27 cm wide, 17 cm deep

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)

American oak Pharmacy cabinet, made by the Tucker File Company New York 135 high, 107 wide, 54 cm deep

Victorian burr walnut apothecary box by Henry turner London, with original compartments & some fittings

A Chinese apothecary cabinet, of rustic form, with a mitred plank top and thirty six drawers with black ring handles above three lower wide drawers, a simply shaped apron, the curved edges extending to small feet. Height 112 cm. Width 89 cm. Depth 49 cm

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

Victorian mahogany pharmacy cabinet with gold hand painted advertising, 68 cm high, 77 cm wide, 26 cm deep

Victorian mahogany & brass apothecary box 23 cm high, 26.5 cm wide, 19 cm deep

Rare Australian cedar 19th century apothecary cabinet with roll down front & drawer in bottom, some bottles labelled Edgar S Wigg & Co., Homeopathic Chemist 12 Rundle St Adelaide

Hobart Town Homeopathic Pharmacy cedar box & 6 bottles

Victorian mahogany 5 door chemist shop cabinet 200 cm high, 212 cm wide, Variable Depth

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.

Chemist box: antique Homoeopathy set in burr walnut one-drawer box fitted with 30 glass bottles; plus book 'The Stepping-Stone to Homoeopathy and Health, Dr.Ruddock' c1872.

19th century oak apothecary box fitted with a drawer & brass drop handles.

A chemist's chest sixteen drawers, in an ebonised case, the pull handles in cast iron with inset porcelain plaques. Height 114 cm. Width 900. Diameter 33 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

'The Colonial Domestic Medicine Case' c. 1881 together with an 'E.P.S.O Ponsonby' bandage kit

A 19th century walnut apothecary box fitted with a drawer

A 19th century mahogany chemist box and fittings fitted with a drawer

A 19th century mahogany apothecary box and bottles

A 19th century mahogany apothecary box fitted with two drawers and contents

A Georgian mahogany apothecary cabinet with drawers and accessories

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

A mahogany veneered two tiered apothecary's box, the lower tier housing a drawer with divisions. The upper section divided to hold various bottles etc. The box is complete with its original medicinal contents