DEALERS IN SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS
The businesses on this page deal in historic scientific instruments and sometimes medical and related antiques too. By advertising here they are immediately reaching an international audience who, by definition, have a real interest in such items.
Antique Science and Technology Fair
The 2013 Fairs will be held on Sunday 28th April and Sunday 20th October, 10am to 3pm, at the Holiday Inn, Coram Street, London WC1N 1HT
The fair website is http://www.scientificfair.co.uk
Graham Marsh (Tockholes, Lancashire)
We buy, sell, repair, refurbish and research antique scientific instruments. Our stock usually includes Victorian or earlier microscopes, telescopes, barometers, barographs, theodolites, mining dials, surveying instruments, sextants, octants, calculators, medical and electrical antiques. We can take most forms of payment, including credit cards, and we will pack, insure and ship to virtually all international destinations.
Antique Instruments of the Professions and Sciences. Click here to view flyer
Lynn Harding opened her shop in Ojai, California, in the early 1980s. She services a wide range of international clients looking for artifacts for display in office, home, store, museum, trade show and movie industry. Feel free to contact her with your needs.
Maritime Models, Instruments and Art (Olympia, London)
Antique Map Specialists (London)
In preparation (as of Oct, 2012):
Fleaglass.com currently has 60 participating specialist dealers. Around 3,000 science and technology antiques are offered for sale at any one time, with new items listed every day. Fleaglass Ltd also offers a service to individuals and institutions wishing to sell single items or entire collections on a commission basis
The fair website is http://www.fleaglass.com
|Last Updated on Friday 5 April 2013, 5:18pm|