Collectable rosewood spirit level with decorative brass top and feet no. 77C made by A.Mathieson & Son, Glasgow, Saracen Tool Works. Bubble remains intact and is protecting with a brass slide. Sold as a collectable item.
Condition: collectable item, please see photos for condition.
A charming old level with a thick brass top, brass feet, and decorative brass side supports. The level retains a good clear bubble. The brass top has the markings 'R Routledge, 64 Bull St, Birmingham'. Condition: please see photos for condition.
A good, old William Marples level. This is a longer version than most of these levels. The level has an horizontal bubble on the top and a plumb bubble on the side. Condition: both bubbles in tact, please see photos for condition.
An old Edward Preston spirit level dating to pre-1930's with a clear horizontal top bubble and clear vertical side bubble. Level is stamped with the Preston trade mark on the rosewood body.
Condition: please see photos for condition.
An engineers 12” spirit level made by Starrett. Has a long bubble the length of the viewing section, reflected in the price.
Condition: Has a long bubble the length of the viewing section, reflected in the price.
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An iron inclinometer that measures 10 inch long overall, angled measurements are marked 1-16per foot. Retains all three bubbles. Top of level is marked with a long patch (115mm long) of pitting. Body retains an estimated 90% of its japanning.
A scarce 9 inch Bakelite spirit level no. 1624 made in England by Rabone. A fine level that comes complete with the John Rabone & Sons original box (box is in a very poor condition with missing end and torn corners).