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Antique sterling silver thermometer, hallmarked Chester 1901, 12.5 cm high approx.

Fine antique early 19th century bronze architectural form desk thermometer and calendar with marble base, each approx 23 cm high (2)

A late 19th century mahogany cased Sikes' Hydrometer with Hydrometer tables book; and a brass and ebony slide Rule the Hydrometer with the maker's mark for T.O Blake, 58 Hatton garden, London, Serial no. 2184, circa 1880, used to determine the concentrated

A silver plate trophy, goblet and a thermometer, 20th century, the trophy 20 cm high

Antique French carved walnut Renaissance style board with thermometer, approx 155 cm high

T.Gaunt & Co. Pty. Ltd., Melbourne: Thermometer with enamel dial in metal housing, c1920s. 33 cm

Antique onyx figural thermometer, with winged putto to top, approx. 37 cm high

Copy of a World War II German Diplomatic dagger, approx. 15 ?' long overall. The steel blade is maker marked F W Holler Solingen and has the thermometer logo in the centre. Has a pair of white grips. The scabbard and cross guard and handle are silver plate

An antique cased ivory thermometer, ruler and letter opener combination, 19th century In original sterling silver mounted case engraved 'Presented by the Bellringers of Shepparton to the Reverend W.W. Martin Rector on his Marriage, Feb 1st 1887'. 30 cm

Antique 'Syke's Hydrometer' in mahogany case and an Italian brass thermometer

A French white metal wine thermometer and stand, 20th century, marked 'Etain', the removable alcohol thermometer resting in a stand engraved with the optimum serving temperatures for various wines, both parts decorated with grape bunches and leaves. Height

Sterling silver desk thermometer, Birmingham 1901

Mid 19th century Derbyshire inlaid marble thermometer in the form of Cleopatra's needle

Travelling thermometer, cased, pocket sized, c1870s, made by Pastorelli & Co. London, a leading maker of scientific instruments. Mercury and glass in fine condition, working, 8 cm x 2 cm.

A French rosewood cased, thermometer, the painted and calibrated gauge within an egg and dart carved surround, surmounted by a ribbon and torchere crest, 51 cm high.

A gilt-bronze monument thermometer, Italian 19th century. 26 cm high

An oak cased thermometer by David of Worcester, English, circa 1850 65 cm high overall

A 19th century brass heat chamber with thermometer 29 cm high

A 19th century brass thermometer marked standard Thermometer Company Mas

A mercury thermometer 19th century in glass case, wooden backing 122 cm high, frame 145 cm high

Edwardian chip carved thermometer, letter stand & match holder. Height 38.5 cm (Thermometer)

Early brass standing themometer. Original glass thermometer. Height 33 cm

'The Linde Ice Machine', wall mounted thermometer. Made in the USA, showing 'J Wildridge & Sinclair' as the agent and the Australian & New Zealand addresses