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Two Brass and Steel Dial Gauges, Germany and England, late 19th century, the first boxed, the box labeled M. Grossman, Glashutte (near Dresden), Saxony with enamel dial; the second with silvered dial and marked O. BEREND & Co LD. LONDON, E.C. , box 4 x 3 1/2 x 1 3/4 in. Note: The English example pictured in Crom #2, in figure 952.


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2010-05-01

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