Antique Pharmacy Sterling Tablet Machine Pill Press For Sale
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Antique Pharmacy Sterling Tablet Machine Pill Press:
For your consideration an antique 1800's Sterling Tablet Machine. Fresh from a local estate. The piece is in good condition. It is made of cast iron and has its original paint and stenciling. It has four mounting holes in the base. I am not sure if it is 100% complete. The handle still works. It is a pharmacy tool used for making tablets or pills. I would say it is from the mid 1800's. I have never seen one quite like it. It measures overall 12" in length by 5" in width by 8" in height. It is pretty heavy and weighs about 10 pounds. An excellent addition to any science & medicine or antique collection or if you just want to own a neat old pill press. I am selling this item with . If you have any questions or need additional pictures please feel free to email me. If needing pictures please send me your email address. Please check out my other items on . Thank you for looking and happy offerding.
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