Circa 1960, USA, Parsippany/New York, zinc alloy, stainless steel, plastic and brass, in good working condition.
A vintage (1960) Ohaus harvard trip precision balance with serial number AC 8762 + manual (of 1400 1500 model which works the same) including accompanying set of weights.
Made by Ohaus scale corporation Parsippany/New York USA.
> > Ohaus-Balance, Harvard Trip, made of zinc alloy, stainless steel and plastic, weighing and/or measuring range up to 2 kg - 5 lb, size 16 x 23 x 35 cm.
> > Ohaus-Sto-A-weight (5660-1) brass set of weights in a plastic box, size 9 x 10 x 19 cm, with weights of 1, 2, 3, 10, 20, 30, 100, 200, 300, 500 and 1000 grams.
The balance is in a used but good working condition, the set of weights is complete and in very good condition.
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The lot will be well packed and sent by registered and insured mail.
|Member since:||December 27, 2014|
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|United Kingdom||$ 34.05|
|United States||$ 72.80|
|Rest of Europe||$ 42.27|
|Rest of the World||$ 72.80|
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