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Voland Outfit A 006 Pulp Balance One Side Closed
Voland Outfit A 010 Carrying Case Closed
Voland Outfit A 008 Pulp Balance Closed
Assaying Weight Sets
Weight Set I
  Weight Set II.JPG - WEIGHT SET II - Boxed with top weight set, marked F SARTORIUS GOTTINGEN, mahogany box dimensions 6 3/4 x 3 x 1 3/4 in., 11 weights from 200 g to1 gr  [Florenz Sartorius was born in 1846 and received his education at the University of Gottingen Mechanics Apel.  In 1870 he started a small precision engineering workshop in Gottingen named F. Sartorius. The company expanded rapidly primarily on the success of their analytical scales.  In 1906 Florenz’s three sons, William, Erich and Julius, joined the company.  Five years later, the company celebrated the production of the 10,000th analytical balance.  In 1914 the company was converted to a public limited company and went on to become the Sartorius Group, a major multi-national company continuing in business today.]  
Weight Set III
Weight Set IV
Weight Set IV Marking
Troemner Assay Ton Weight Set
Troemner Assay Ton Weight Set Marking

Weight Set II | WEIGHT SET II - Boxed with top weight set, marked F SARTORIUS GOTTINGEN, mahogany box dimensions 6 3/4 x 3 x 1 3/4 in., 11 weights from 200 g to1 gr [Florenz Sartorius was born in 1846 and received his education at the University of Gottingen Mechanics Apel. In 1870 he started a small precision engineering workshop in Gottingen named F. Sartorius. The company expanded rapidly primarily on the success of their analytical scales. In 1906 Florenz’s three sons, William, Erich and Julius, joined the company. Five years later, the company celebrated the production of the 10,000th analytical balance. In 1914 the company was converted to a public limited company and went on to become the Sartorius Group, a major multi-national company continuing in business today.] Download Original Image
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