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A Set of Architect's Wooden Scales with Case, by Elliott Brothers, London, 19th Century

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Inventory Number: 12957
Object Type:
Place Created: London England United Kingdom Europe
Accession Number: 2003-11
Brief Description: Set of four scales in leather case. Same crown-and-shield logo as the set of drawing pens 12934.
Primary Inscriptions: On case 'ELLIOTT BROS / LONDON' All scales read 'Elliott Bros London' on front and 'H.B.O. Coddington' on the reverse. A reads '30' '60'. B reads '20' '40' and has hand written numbers from '1-12' in red ink.. C reads 'Feet 500' 'Yards 6Ins = 1 mile'. D reads '25' '50' ' 1099'ELLIOTT BROTHERS / 56 Strand London'. White adhesive label on exterior of box reads
Provenance: Presented by the Marconi Corporation in 2003.
Collection Group: Elliott Collection
Material(s): Wood
Leather
Cardboard
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
315 32 mm

There are no associated narratives.

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Set of Four Architect's Wooden Scales, by Elliott Brothers, London, 19th Century

preview image for Set of Four Architect's Wooden Scales, by Elliott Brothers, London, 19th Century
Inventory Number: 12957
Object Type:
Place Created: London England United Kingdom Europe
Accession Number: 2003-11
Brief Description: Set of four scales in leather case. Same crown-and-shield logo as the set of drawing pens 12934.
Primary Inscriptions: On case 'ELLIOTT BROS / LONDON' All scales read 'Elliott Bros London' on front and 'H.B.O. Coddington' on the reverse. A reads '30' '60'. B reads '20' '40' and has hand written numbers from '1-12' in red ink.. C reads 'Feet 500' 'Yards 6Ins = 1 mile'. D reads '25' '50' ' 1099'ELLIOTT BROTHERS / 56 Strand London'. White adhesive label on exterior of box reads
Provenance: Presented by the Marconi Corporation in 2003.
Collection Group: Elliott Collection
Material(s): Wood
Leather
Cardboard
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
315 32 mm

There are no associated narratives.

Image with multimedia irn 47150

Permalink: http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/object/inv/12957

Set of Architect's Wooden Scales, by Elliott Brothers, London, 19th Century

preview image for  Set of Architect's Wooden Scales, by Elliott Brothers, London, 19th Century
Inventory Number: 12957
Object Type:
Place Created: London England United Kingdom Europe
Accession Number: 2003-11
Brief Description: Set of four wooden scales. Same crown-and-shield logo as the set of drawing pens 12934.
Primary Inscriptions: On case 'ELLIOTT BROS / LONDON' All scales read 'Elliott Bros London' on front and 'H.B.O. Coddington' on the reverse. A reads '30' '60'. B reads '20' '40' and has hand written numbers from '1-12' in red ink.. C reads 'Feet 500' 'Yards 6Ins = 1 mile'. D reads '25' '50' ' 1099'ELLIOTT BROTHERS / 56 Strand London'. White adhesive label on exterior of box reads
Provenance: Presented by the Marconi Corporation in 2003.
Collection Group: Elliott Collection
Material(s): Wood
Leather
Cardboard
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
315 32 mm

There are no associated narratives.

Image with multimedia irn 47150

Permalink: http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/object/inv/12957

Case for Set of Architect's Wooden Scales, by Elliott Brothers, London, 19th Century

preview image for Case for Set of Architect's Wooden Scales, by Elliott Brothers, London, 19th Century
Inventory Number: 12957
Object Type:
Place Created: London England United Kingdom Europe
Accession Number: 2003-11
Brief Description: leather case.
Primary Inscriptions: On case 'ELLIOTT BROS / LONDON' White adhesive label on exterior of box ELLIOTT BROTHERS / 56 Strand London'.
Provenance: Presented by the Marconi Corporation in 2003.
Collection Group: Elliott Collection
Material(s): Wood
Leather
Cardboard
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
315 32 mm

There are no associated narratives.

Image with multimedia irn 47150

Permalink: http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/object/inv/12957