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  • 1940's National Union Transmitting Tube
    Type NU - 866A / 866 as pictured in original box plus information leaflet
    NZ$ 25.00
  • Retro 'SOLO' Mechanical Calculator Machine
    Japanese made SOLO desk calculator machine ....in good condition bar a burn mark on top as per pictures. Measures 4 1/4" x 3 1/4", x 3 3/4" high.
    NZ$ 45.00
  • FITE'S Peerless Calculator For Eggs - Circa 1910-1920
    There are a total of 28 Double Sided cardboard Cards....and one tin dispenser making up the set. Produced by LESS. T. FITE of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA. The cards are in worn but reasonable condition and each on measures 8 3/4" x 3 3/4". Unusual old item.......made as a special application calculator designed for the egg farmers to determine the price of eggs when sold in either dozens or odd number lots.
    NZ$ 57.00
  • Royal Derwent Hospital, Tasmania, Australia, Badge
    Nice polished Brass Badge marked R.D.H. on back and K.G.Luke. Melb. Measures 1 3/8" x 1 1/2". The Royal Derwent Hospital was originally established in 1827 in New Norfolk as an institution for the mentally insane. It had a number of name changes in its lifetime including Lacklan Park and lastly as Royal Derwent Hospital as a psychiatric and Nurse Training hospital closing down in 2000. This impressive badge was designed by Dr. John Weatherly. Thanks to Ian Harland for his advice on correcting our information on this item.
    NZ$ 60.00
  • Western Australia General Nursing Badge
    Neat enamel filled brass badge 1 1/4" in diameter. Mint condition.....name and number engraved to back. Made by Sheridan....Perth.
    NZ$ 60.00
  • Australian Nursing Federation Badge 1931
    Very smart old Badge in white metal with enamel fill plus an Obstetrics Bar hanger. The badge is named with prior owners name and dated for 3rd June 1931. Badge measures 1" x 1" plus Bar. Lovely condition.
    NZ$ 65.00
  • Leith Hospital
    VERY Nice Sterling Silver and Enamel Fill Nurses Badge with Hallmarks for Edinburgh 1961. Measures 1 1/4" x 1 inch in like Mint Condition. Leith Hospital was situated on Mill Lane in Leith, Edinburgh, and was a general hospital with adult medical and surgical wards, paediatric medical and surgical wards, a casualty department and a wide range of out-patient services. It opened in 1851 and was closed in 1987.
    NZ$ 65.00
  • Scotland Registered General Nurses Badge - 1963
    This Scottish Nurses Badge is one inch in diameter, made in Sterling Silver with Enamel fill and featuring the Flag of Saint Andrew....The Scottish National Flag. The badge is Hallmarked for Birmingham 1963 and is stamped Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh. In like Mint condition.
    NZ$ 65.00
  • German Revolutions Counter Circa 1920
    A Revolutions Counter marked 'Foreign' so it is likely to be of German Make just after World War One when marking items as 'German' was simply not good marketing. In original box the counter is in excellent condition...has a diameter of 2 3/8". a depth of 1 1/8", and is 4" in overall length.
    NZ$ 75.00
  • OMEGA Pocket Adding Machine -WescosA USA 1964
    A 9 digit OMEGA Brand Slide Adder made in Hong Kong for WESCOSA -Campbell, - California with a 1964 Patent By T.H. RAMSEY. This comes in its original box with vinyl sleeve, instruction booklet, and stylus. Measures 7 1/4" x 3 1/8". Nice collectible early pocket calculator.
    NZ$ 90.00
  • 1880's FAIRBANKS Postal Lever Scales
    An old lever scale by the well known FAIRBANKS COMPANY who'm I believe were making scales in the USA from around the 1860's on. This is cast iron with a brass calibrated weight rod. The base is 4 1/2" x 3 1 /4" inches. Brass weight on scale not included.
    NZ$ 105.00
  • Victorian Cherry Tooth Paste Pot - John Cosnell & Co Ltd
    A delightful little ceramic "Cherry Tooth Paste" Pot Circa late 1800's. Measures 3" diameter at base..... condition is very good for age ….some 'frits' on inner lid rim....a hairline stress fracture on outer lid rim and same on base rim....no major faults....our low price reflects the minor defects.
    NZ$ 105.00
  • ELLIOTT Bros Survey Clinometer Circa 1865-75
    A rare Paper on wood Survey Clinometer made by ELLIOTT Bros, 449 The Strand London. The piece measures 4 7/8" x 3". This business ran from 1853-1921 as optical, mathematical, philosophical & electrical inst. makers in London, England.From 1862 to1876 the business was located at 449 Strand so this piece dates in that time frame.
    NZ$ 110.00
  • Pro Calculo! Mechanical addiator - Germany Circa 1920 - 1929
    A really early Mechanical Addiator calculator with stylus and pouch.......BRANDED PRO CALCULO! Metal with leatherette / cardboard pouch..... made by Otta Meuter, Germany from 1920 to 1929. The 'Pro Calculo!' is a single sided addiator type calculator with an aluminium case, fixed within a red and black patterned leatherette casing with side section for housing a stylus. The device consists of eight grooved vertical columns with silver and red teeth, each with numerals '0:9' embossed on the left hand side. Above the columns are nine accumulator windows, containing red numerals, based on the related calculation. A metal reset bar can be pulled out at the top. The stylus pen is made from metal and features a flat top at one end and a pointed tip at the other for inserting into the grooved columns. Measures 5 1/2" x 3 3/4". Very good condition for age.
    NZ$ 115.00
  • Rare 1932 Australian
    An S.R.N Round Badge (State Registered Nurse ) for the State of Victoria, Australia.The badge is Sterling Silver with enamel and has a diameter of 1 1/4". Some loss of enamel on the Boomerang shaped "Victoria" section. The badge is inscribed to back 5088 ....L.J. DARLING 27-5-32. Also has the Maker.. .A.L. WARD, Melbourne. Rather a Rare Nurses Badge....have not so far found another like this online.
    NZ$ 145.00
  • Vintage Brass Denture Tool
    I found this in England just recently and was rather intrigued by it. I believe it to be something to do with the manufacture of Dentures or similar. The makers name is inscribed on it as...NELAND Bros &Co, Sheffield. The item is solid brass and measures approx 4" x 31/2". I would suggest Victorian to Edwardian era.
    NZ$ 155.00
  • John Nesbitt Counting Glass 8121 - Late 19th Century
    Avery nice German Made COUNTING GLASS or Magnifier for JOHN NESBITT of Manchester UK . This comes in its original case and dates to around 1895-1900. Counting glasses such as this were made to determine the THREAD DENSITY in textiles in the Victorian/Edwardian periods. The Counting Glass is 5 1/2" in height and is 3" at its widest point. In excellent condition.
    NZ$ 195.00
  • Chinese Gold / Opium Scales - Gold Rush Era Mid to late 1800's
    Many Chinese Gold Hunters went to Australia in the mid 1800's with many moving later to New Zealand for the Gold Rushes there. Portable scales such as these were common in those times for weighing both gold and opium. This set measures 12 1/2 inches in length and is in excellent condition complete with bone balance shaft and counter weight and was obtained recently in Tasmania. It is now fairly hard to find good examples like this nowadays. The Chinese gold rush in New Zealand occurred between 1865 and 1900, nearly all of Chinese miners were males of Cantonese rural areas. The first group of Chinese miners arrived New Zealand in 1865. They were invited from Victoria goldfields in Australia by the authorities and the Dunedin Chamber of Commerce, as a quickly available source of labour to expand the population and rework the Otago goldfield after European miners left for the richer West Coast goldfields. The Chinese were chosen because they were thought to be hardworking, law-abiding and they preferred to return home eventually. By 1869 the Chinese gold seekers were coming directly from China as well. This inflow became the mainstream of Chinese arrivals. The Chinese miners first worked in the Otago goldfields. Their number reached a peak of 4,200 in 1871, before it spilled over to the goldfields on the West Coast. The spill over to the West Coast reached its own peak of about 1,600. By the mid 1870's Chinese made up the largest minority group on the West Coast goldfields. The highest recorded number of all Chinese miners was 5,004, in 1881. The Chinese also entered other employment in the goldfields, like farm labouring, market gardening, laundering and railway and road building. Some managed to establish their own small business, especially in market gardening, and laundering.
    NZ$ 215.00
  • VICTORIAN Era Chemists Pill Making Machine.....Military Issue
    A Mahogany & Brass Pill Maker dating to around 1890 - 1900 in excellent condition for age. This one has the military Broad Arrow impressed into the wood. The previous owner is a qualified Pharmacist who obtained this piece when he attended the The Army School of Dispensing at Aldershot, England, when doing his Compulsory Military Training in the early 1950's. The board measures 12 1/2" in length, 7 3/4" in width and the handle is 18 1/4" wide. The maker is MAW & Co of London. Great pharmacy collectible.
    NZ$ 220.00
  • Ships Compass U.S. Navy PELORUS 7 1/2' Illuminated Dial -Mark III 1941
    World War Two Era Ships Compass by Kevin & Wilfrid O White co of Boston. Model is a U.S. NAVY Standard Pelorus 71/2" Illuminated Dial, MIII DATED 1941. SERIAL NUMBER 5468. Has bottom half of box only.....some dry rot on one edge..... refer pictures. The compass Looks to be all solid brass with blacking over. The glass is intact but needs cleaning on inside....otherwise all looks in good working condition. Going out the door as a BARGAIN!
    NZ$ 250.00

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