Photographs of a collection of stick barometers and wheel barometers, with details of their dates and history. Restoration and sales offered.
Sells antique medical, surgical, dental, and Civil War medical related artifacts. Online illustrated catalogue and archive of sold items.
Buyer of antique microscopes presents articles, photographs, and list of patents.
Historical and educational links with pictures.
Historical instruments of science and technology, for sale, repaired, and bought, for collectors, museums, awards for scientific achievements, replications for historical research and scientific movie props.
Buys and sells antique brass microscopes and telescopes. Credit Cards accepted.
A collection of x-ray, camera and cathode ray tubes (CRTs), as well as other electronic glassware. Includes the history of old physics equipment and links to similar sites.
Images of medicine-makers advertising cards.
A collection of antique tickertape machines which details the histors of Wall Street and the stock market.
Eye antiques display items from the ophthalmic past including glasses spectacles, ophthalmoscopes, microscopes, and eye exam items.
Photos and descriptions of radiation-related items from the past, including dosimeters, electroscopes, ionization chambers, radioactive sources, safety posters, quack cures, geiger-mueller counters, fluoroscopes used to fit shoes, and x-ray apparatus.
Online exhibit of varieties of medical ephemera.
Galleries of scales, weights, and measures. Scale tutorial, membership information and application.
A Kunstkammer collection of 'curiosities and wonders', where Renaissance and Baroque art meet science. Objects made from a variety of exotic materials are displayed with accompanying educational text.
Curious Science is a specialist dealer in medical, scientific and curiosity antiques from around the world. The shop is located in Fulham, London, UK.
A collection of medical instruments used in anesthesia and gynecology with a section on medical electricity. (In Italian, French and English)
Dedicated to the history of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and quackery as found in the antiques and art of the past. Introduction to the hobby and tips for beginners.
Collection includes images and descriptions of stethoscopes and other medical items.
Educational site for collectors and those interested in antique medical, surgical, and bloodletting instruments.
Offers displays of quackery, fraud, deceit and deception; an online collection of medical chicanery.
Repairs and restores antique and modern barometers. Includes shop hours. Located in Honiton, Devon, UK.
Presents a collection grouped by medical specialty, with photographs and descriptions of each item.
A collection of all types of historical scales and weights from different periods of the past 3000 years.
Complete articles are posted from the journal, American Artifacts, on early microscope makers, hand corn shellers, early surveying instruments, a variety of quack medical devices, as well as information on early patents.
Includes selection of old anaesthetic equipment which offers an insight into the evolution of the specialty of anaesthesia over the past century.
Austrian dealer of antique medical and scientific instruments including globes.
Buying, selling, repair, and restoration of antique mercurial and aneroid barometers, clocks and watches. Also restore other types of antiques. Includes examples of stock. Located in Leominster, England.
Sells a full range of scientific instruments, including globes and planetaria, mineralogical apparatus, microscopes and accessories, calculating apparatus, and physics demonstration apparatus.
A resource site for the antique weights formerly used by apothecaries, chemists, druggists and pharmacists. Most British weights of the 19th and 20th centuries illustrated and described. A forum for exchange of information and discussion
Both a retail store and scientific and natural history museum specialising in medical and scientific instruments, natural history specimens and models. The website posts a news page every month.
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