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Piece of wood from Singer Lockstitch sewing machine model
Piece of wood from Singer Lockstitch sewing machine model of 1851, by I. M. Singer and Company or the Singer Manufacturing Company, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 1851-1855
Keystone Twin Lens 409 Pocket Camera
Made in USA. Pocket camera for 110 cartridge film. Sliding portrait lens. Flipflash socket.
Atomizer, made by Godman and Shurtleff, in wooden
Atomizer, made by Godman and Shurtleff, in wooden case, USA, 1891
Planimeter made by the American Steam Gauge and Valve Manufacturing Co
Tools of the Trade & Personal Accessories
Planimeter, for use with steam engine indicator output recording graphs, in fitted velvet lined leatherette case, by the American Steam Gauge and Valve Manufacturing Co., Boston, USA, c. 1890.
Keystone Model A-12 Cine Camera
Leather case for Keystone Model A-12 16mm cine camera. Keystone, Boston, Mass.
Doctor save's man's leg
02 February 1967
UPI telephoto. Caption on back reads: BOSTON: A diagram shows as Dr. Judah Folkman explains how he headed a team of surgeons that saved Jan Dangora's left lower leg after it was 95% amuptated when he was brought into City Hospital 9/1/66 following a motorcycle accident. Dangora, shown, was discharged from hospital 2/1 with feeling restored to his leg but for one small part.
Castlereagh Collection weights
Weighing & Measuring
Weights from the Castlereagh Collection for Boston (USA). Boxed set of 6 cylindrical brass weights for the Troy and Avoirdupois system in a leather bound lockable case.
The "Small" Pocket Calculator, a circular slide ru
The "Small" Pocket Calculator, a circular slide rule patented 1918, made by G. Small, Boston, in leather pouch
Portable field microscope, Fieldmaster model FM-31
Portable field microscope, Fieldmaster model FM-31, with 4 additional phase objectives and 2 lamps, by Swift International, USA, made in Japan, 1970-1985
Original correspondence relating to Boston
Weighing & Measuring
Original correspondence from the Castlereagh Collection for Boston (USA).
First newspaper ever printed in America
Sheet published by Antique Publishing Co, Boston, Mass illustrating the first steam locomotive Stockton and Darlington Railway 1825, the first steam railroad passenger train in America (1831 Mohawk and Hudson Rail Road Company(, the first steam boat in the world on the Delaware River 1790, New York City in 1650, the old liberty bell, the house in which Thomas Jefferson wrote the declaration of Independence, independence hall in 1776 and the first newspaper ever printed in America - reproduction of the Boston Newsletter on 24th April 1704.