Machinery & Tools

Items shown represent a small selection of current inventory.


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42980-9. Each side opens out like an old Malibu Barbie Dreamhouse. It looks really cool, and it measures Very Tiny Amounts of Stuff, but the best thing is probably that it all seals up in a case with a handle so you can take your balancing act on the road. Marked FPE 500 milligrams.

Cylinder Racks

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$25.00 each

43070-106 and -112. Regardless of how you like to display your chains, these cylinder racks will make sure they look tough and, uh, chain-y. They’ll keep your cylinders in place. Racks are not on wheels. Each rack measures approximately 3’-square x 3’-high.

Gallon Paint Shaker

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43014-1. Everybody do the Paint Shake! By Red Devil.

Stupendous Retro Delta Red Bird Lanterns!

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$8.00 each (34 available!)

Not only do these funky-awesome bright red metal things with handles look completely rad sitting on a desk or shelf, they also light up! It’s as if Green Lantern had a cooler sister who could replicate herself. She & her sisters also come in their original boxes.

Surveyor’s Tripods

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$40.00 - $50.00 each, as marked

If you need a support for your theodolites, total stations, and/ or transits (and/or if you know what theodolites, total stations, and/ or transits are), we’ve got you set with these handy tripods. Get out there and SURVEY! By Wild and Dietzgen.


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42017-7. How else are you going to find out for sure if your telephone is sick? Thank goodness we’ve got a Yellow Springs Instruments Co. tele-thermometer.

Vintage Surveyor Equipment

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$750.00 (others available, from $450 & up)

In this photo: 41943-57: surveyor transit in wooden crate with original label, by C.L. Berger & Sons. While we’re fairly certain things won’t appear older when surveyed with this equipment, we can attest that the equipment itself looks amazing. I would totally put one of these on display in my house just because that’s how I roll. “Yeah, back when I was a surveyor” stories are just now warming up.

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