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Lots 1-600 - PLEASE NOTE this is a timed auction, lots will start closing from 4.00pm on Sunday 25th April 2021.
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Reading, Berkshire
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  • Ended 25 Apr 2021 20:27 BST

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31 Great Knollys Street , Reading, Berkshire, RG1 7HU , United Kingdom

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Brass Standard Yard and Metre Measure, by Reverifications Ltd, Aylesbury. Inscribed Wiltshire County Council. On marble base. Estimate £100-120.

Brass Imperial Standard Yard Measure, 1836, made by De Grave, London, No 3, William IIII stamp, on a glass base. Estimate £100-120.

Brass Imperial Standard Yard Measure, 1824, County of Wilts, GRIII stamp, WRIII stamp, complete with rod with two ceramic ferrules (one ferruel ha...

Two sets of brass Imperial standard bell weights, each set comprises of Imperial 1lbs, 2lbs, and 7lbs, one set is stamped County of Wilts and the ...

Two Avoir brass alloy bell proof weights: 56lbs and 28lbs, first certification stamp WRIII, engraved County of Wilts. Estimate £500-700.

Three Avoir brass alloy bell proof weights: 7lbs, 4lbs and 2lbs measuring, indenture number 622, engraved Borough of Marlboro', made by J&R Warner...

Set of seven Avoir bronze bell proof weights: 56lbs, 28lbs, 14lbs, 7lbs, 4lbs, 2lbs and 1lbs: with certification stamps, engraved County of Wilts,...

Two sets of balance scales by De Grave, London, proof marks from 1908, in original mahogany box with a brass plaque engraved County of Wilts, De G...

Original pine box containing balance scales to weigh to 56lbs, suspended on a wooden tripod, by De Grave, London, proof marks VR, scales measure 6...

A boxed set of Avoir brass standard weights: 50lbs, 20lbs, 10lbs and 5lbs by De Grave, Short & Co, London, earliest stamp 1939 onwards. In origina...

Mahogany box with brass plaque engraved "Standard Apothecaries Weights, County of Wilts, De Grave, London" containing thirteen brass weights, 24 x...

A set of brass balance scales to test 1lb, with plaque inscribed verification balance no 4800, and engraved on stand De Grave, Short and Co Ltd, L...

Set of ten bronze measures: Imperial gallon, 20 x 19cms; Imperial peck; 31 x 14cms; Imperial half bushel, 39.5 x 17.5cms; Imperial bushell, 49.5 x...

Brass and copper petrol measure 33 x 19cms inscribed 2 litre in 20 degrees C Wilts County Council, in aluminum case stamped Wragg Brothers (Alum. ...

Brass and copper petrol measure 52 x 28cms inscribed 10 litre in 20 degrees C Wilts County Council, in aluminium case stamped Wragg Brothers (Alum...

Brass and copper petrol measure 52 x 28cms inscribed 20 litre in 20 degrees C Wilts County Council, in aluminium case stamped Wragg Brothers (Alum...

Four bronze measures dated 1836 all inscribed County of Wilts and with certification marks of various dates: imperial quart, 12 x 13.5cms; imperia...

A stereoscopic viewer by Hilger and Watts housed in a teak wood case with instruction manual, 63 x 34 x 18cms. Estimate £40-60

A boxed set of polished metal weights, from 1/2 dram to 8oz. Measures 16 x 9 x 6cms. Estimate £40-60

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