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An old farmhouse weighing scale made by Charles Forschner & Sons who began making scales in New Britain, Ct., in 1855, and later moved to New York City. Charles Forschner's son, Richard Forschner, renamed the firm R. H. Forschner, and began…
A 25 lb. tubular scale for easy portability and an improved spring balance.
An old iron scale used for measuring. This is an antique decorative butcher's steelyard. An English, cast iron weighing instrument, dating to the late 18th century, circa 1800., and includes the original 'Pear' weight.
The coal company picking up coal that was delivered by the Delaware & Hudson railroad car.