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Mahogany games table
Mahogany games table
Made in Greenock

© National Museums Scotland

000-100-045-696-C
Ballot box, used by the Edinburgh Harmonists' Society
Ballot box, used by the Edinburgh Harmonists' Society

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000-100-103-827-C
Barometer
Barometer
from Montrose, Angus

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000-100-102-878-C
Barometer
Barometer
probably made in Falkirk, Stirlingshire

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000-180-001-181-C
Barometer (detail), made by James Crichton
Barometer (detail), made by James Crichton
in Glasgow

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000-180-000-971-C
Barometer, made by Angelo Lovi
Barometer, made by Angelo Lovi
in Edinburgh

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000-180-000-296-C
Barometer, made by Balthazar Knie
Barometer, made by Balthazar Knie
in Edinburgh

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000-180-000-297-C
Barometer, made by James Crichton
Barometer, made by James Crichton
in Glasgow

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000-180-000-970-C
Battery, part of electrical demonstration apparatus
Battery, part of electrical demonstration apparatus
made in England

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000-190-004-726-C
Bellows, probably used by Joseph Black
Bellows, probably used by Joseph Black

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000-100-044-106-C
Bohnenberger gyroscope
Bohnenberger gyroscope
made in London

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000-180-001-010-C
Bohnenberger gyroscope (detail, 2 of 5), showing trade card pasted inside the door of the carrying case
Box for housing a set of Union bagpipes
Box for housing a set of Union bagpipes
owned by William Mackie, Aberdeen, 19th century

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000-000-579-831-C
Case (detail), for demonstration apparatus
Case (detail), for demonstration apparatus

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000-190-002-263-C
Chair
Chair
from 66 Camnethan Street, Stonehouse, Lanarkshire

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000-100-103-637-C
Chair, adapted to serve as dentist's chair
Chair, adapted to serve as dentist's chair
probably made in Scotland

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000-100-104-339-C

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