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Oertling chain-dial balance model No.J10 serial No
Oertling chain-dial balance model No.J10 serial No.12875, capacity 250g, complete with weights from 100g to 1g, total 250g, and tweezers in swing-out drawer in base, in an oversized fully-glazed wooden case. (The chain-dial reads 0 to 0.9g by 0.1g, and the swing of the pointer is calibrated 0 to 0.1g by 0.01g.)
Carriage, Mark II D Carriage No. 5669
Locomotives and Rolling Stock
Carriage, Mark II D Carriage No. 5669 built at Derby Carriage works and completed in October 1971.
Scientific Instruments & Research
10" Chart recorder by Foster Cambridge Ltd incorporating the linear meter by Fielden Research Ltd.
Aristo 630 Chemie circular slide rule and calculat
Aristo 630 Chemie circular slide rule and calculator for chemist in plastic case
10-Inch HyperLog 0972 Aristo slide rule from the 1
10-Inch HyperLog 0972 Aristo slide rule from the 1973 catalogue, with instruction leaflet.
Ferranti Ltd model F2Q-100 electric meter
Ferranti Ltd model F2Q-100 electric meter, c. 1975
Wild Barfield Furnace
Printing & Writing
Electric furnace, Model No.N252, Serial No.633319 & Plant No.2719, made by Wild Barfield Ltd., Watford, Herts., England, 1963. Used for tempering punches. Part of the equipment used in the production system for Monotype matrices. Older linear dial pyrometer is attached to oven
Microptic theodolite, with tribrach & plumb bob, i
Microptic theodolite, with tribrach & plumb bob, in carrying case by Hilger & Watts Ltd. Used but good condition, circa 1970
CE 202 UV spectrophotometer by Cecil Instruments L
CE 202 UV spectrophotometer by Cecil Instruments Ltd., Cambridge, 1970
Depth Facing Mill, finish
Printing & Writing
Twin-spindle, matrix depth and length, finish milling machine, Plant No.2728, made by The Monotype Corporation Ltd., Salford, Redhill, Surrey, 1960. Used for the finishing of character and depth and overall length adjustment of matrices. Equipped for the automatic handling of matrices from input to output galleys. Part of the equipment used in the production system for 0.2 x 0.2-inch Monotype matrices. Integral with bench incorporating electrical and compressed air services, and shared with machines Nos. 2294 and 2895.
Sankyo cine camera
Sankyo 8mm micro zoom cine camera, with carrying case and box. Also includes four different instruction and promotional leaflets.
Replica of Soemmerring's telegraph of 1809-12, 1964
Replica of Sömmerring's telegraph of 1809-12, made by the Science Museum Workshops, South Kensington, London, England, 1964
Prinztronic MC85 hand-held electronic calculator
Computing & Data Processing
Prinztronic MC85 hand-held electronic calculator. serial no.2008994
Malcolm Campbell (Plastics) Lt
Malcolm Campbell (Plastics) Ltd Texolex miner's safety helmet, 1972
Colour television on stand, made by Philips Electrical Limited.
Tom & Jerry Animation Cel
Tom and Jerry animation drawing showing Jerry being hit by a rock.
Model of Mariner 10 spacecraft, 1973.
Model of Mariner 10 spacecraft, scale 1:48, original launched 3 November 1973
British Railways 290-ton boiler wagon set
Locomotives and Rolling Stock
Set of railway wagons, British Railways, 290-ton boiler wagon set, lettered Boiler EB, lot number 3527, consisting of four six-wheel vehicles, No DB902805, DB902806, DB902807, DB902808, built Ashford Works, 1965. [Built to diagram number BR 2/033, number built 6].
Cardiac pacemaker, for axilla implantation, London, England, 1963
Cardiac pacemaker, for axilla implantation, unique design made at St. George's Hospital, London, 1963
Experimental continuous feed stirred tank reactor, London, England, 1973
Experimental continuous feed stirred tank reactor, used in the conversion of benzylpenicillin to 6-aminopenicillanic acid using immobilised penicillin amidase. Devised at University College, London, c. 1973.
Copy of model of a sheep's liver. Original Babylonian, c. 2050-1750 BC.
Classical & Medieval Medicine
Resin replica of a clay model of a sheep's liver used for divination, original Babylonian, original 2050BC to 1750BC
Scale model of Tycho Brahe's triquetrum [Ptolemy's
Scale model of Tycho Brahe's triquetrum [Ptolemy's rules].
Amino acid analyser, England, 1965
Locarte amino acid analyser, English, c.1965
Prototype version of the Dobbie bone saw, England, 1967
Prototype version of the Dobbie bone saw for use in hip replacement, 1966-7, engraved X3A 1967. Developed by Mr A K Dobbie.
Olivants Piccan. Batch No. 35
Olivants Piccan. Batch No. 35 18-6-73. Card box containing labelled glass bottle with plastic lid. Bottle is sealed with shrink-wrapped plastic collar. Blue biro “35”, black biro “New” written on box.
Kodak Instamatic 36 camera
For 126 cartirdge film; two-speed shutter; fixed lens; DV optical finder; special hot shoe for flash. A present to Andy Wallace from his wife in 1973. cost £4.74. With flash unit attached.
Veno’s Cough mixture. Card box
Veno’s Cough mixture. Card box containing labelled glass bottle with metal lid.
'Thunderbirds' Dinky Toys, 1960s.
Dinky toy No. 101, 'Thunderbird 2', with push button undercarriage release, detachable pod, with opening ramp door, containing Thunderbird 4 (and spare T4). A Meccano product. In original packaging. Made in England. 1966-1973.
The Goons are back
A photograph entitled 'The Goons are back', taken by A Tanner in March 1963 for the Daily Herald.
Model of a 1918 Crossley Royal Air Force tender
Model of a 1918 Crossley Royal Air Force tender made by Lesney Products & Co., 1973, as part of their 'Models of Yesteryear' series.
A photograph of the seafront at Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, taken around 1963 by an unknown photographer for the Daily Herald. The photograph shows holiday-makers sitting on the beach, with the rollercoaster on the pier in the background.
It doesn't pay to smoke…why risk your health for cigarettes
Public Health & Hygiene
Poster carrying the message, 'It doesn't pay to smoke…why risk your health for cigarettes', illustrated with an image of a burning £1 note, produced for the Ministry of Health by the Central Office of Information, London, England, c.1965.
Cytoscreen cell scanner, Europe, 1970-1975
Cytoscreen cell scanner by Imanco, circa 1970
Silver gelatin copy print made ca.1970s. Photograph by Sir Cecil Beaton of dancer Anthony Dowell (b. 1943).
Artificial bootees, Roehampton, England, 1965-1975
Pair of stout leather bootees supplied to a child living with thalidomide impairments including limb difference, made by Hanger c.1970.
TV Robot with box packaging
TV Robot with box packaging, manufactured by Horikawa, Japan, 1969
Rocking bed for respiration, Warwick, England, 1973
Overslung rocking bed for aiding respiration, by the Cape Engineering Co. Ltd., Warwick, 1973
Injection cartridges of Streptolin '50' streptomycin, Middlesex, England, 1964
Materia Medica & Pharmacology
Ten 2ml injection cartridges of Streptolin '50' streptomycin sulphate in original packaging with leaflet, by Glaxo Laboratories Ltd., Greenford, Middlesex, England, 1964.
Station Master's office rubber stamp, Loudwater
Tools of the Trade & Personal Accessories
Rubber stamp, Loudwater Station Master's office (inc date 16 Dec 1964) from Linfoot Collection. Overall: 96 mm x 59 mm x 36 mm.
"Rabbit" drawer lock, two keys, original box
Locks & Fastenings
"Rabbit" drawer lock c.1975 by the Wah Tung Metalware Factory Ltd., Hong Kong: complete with 2 keys and original box. Representative sample of low cost, low specification mass produced metal goods
Motor Impairment Test, Ontario, Canada, 1972
Psychology, Psychiatry & Anthropometry
Motor Impairment Test, developed by DH Scott, FA Moyes and SE Henderson, 1972, from the Oseretsky Test (c.1946); used to detect impairment of motor function in children aged 5-13; consisting of rope, mallet, paper mazes, playing cards, etc., record blank and manual (incomplete); used at the Institute of Education, University of Liverpool, c.1960-1990.
Glasgow-London The Electric Scots headboard, British Rail
Locomotives and Rolling Stock Components
Headboard, "Glasgow-London The Electric Scots", British Rail, (West Coast Main Line) , c1974, wooden, painted white letters on blue.
Nash Logoscope 82E, Nottingham, England, 1972-1975
Nash Logoscope 82E in case, an aid to differential diagnosis in 'slide-rule' form, developed by Dr Firmin Nash, manufactured by Medical Data Systems, Nottingham, England, 1972-1975
Hand-cranked invalid tricycle, England, 1970-1975
Hand-cranked invalid tricycle, by R.A. Harding, English, 1970-1975 and cover to protect passenger
CAV 'F100' filter agglomerator, on beech (wood) base
CAV "F 100" filter agglomerator comprising CAV "FS" filter for use with diesel fuel or petrol, with paper filter element part number 7111/296, and CAV "Filtrap 120" sedimenter, DES No.583 (6A100), October 1968
Monitor and Keyboard for 48K Minicomputer
Computing & Data Processing
Monitor and keyboard for 48K minicomputer, made by Infoton Inc., Burlington, Massachusetts, USA, c. 1972.