A set of brass postal scales
Lot 49
A set of brass postal scales
Sold for £137 (US$ 228) inc. premium
Auction Details
A set of brass postal scales A set of brass postal scales
Lot Details
A set of brass postal scales
Raised on a moulded and pierced rectangular base, 35cm wide, 15cm deep, 18cm high (13.5" wide, 5.5" deep, 7" high)
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