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A9245-34 Troy weight, part of ships medicine chest, 1 Scruple, metal, made in England and fitted by Keating & Co, London, England, 1836. Click to enlarge.

1 scruple weight

Made
Troy weight, 1 Scruple, part of contents of ships medicine chest, metal, made in England and fitted by Keating & Co, London, England, 1836
Flat rectangular metal piece stmaped with weight

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Summary

Object No.

A9245-34

Object Statement

Troy weight, part of ships medicine chest, 1 Scruple, metal, made in England and fitted by Keating & Co, London, England, 1836

Physical Description

Troy weight, 1 Scruple, part of contents of ships medicine chest, metal, made in England and fitted by Keating & Co, London, England, 1836
Flat rectangular metal piece stmaped with weight

Dimensions

Height

10 mm

Width

8 mm

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Harvard

1 scruple weight 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 October 2020, <https://ma.as/203478>

Wikipedia

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