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1851 Great Exhibition: Official Catalogue: Class IX.: John James and Co

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86. JAMES, JOHN and CO., 24 Leadenhall Street — Manufacturers.

Patent weighing machine, without loose weights; the weights by which the goods are weighed, being attached to, and forming part of the machine itself.

Three ton machine, or small patent weigh-bridge, for weighing carts, live cattle, and farm produce generally.

Six hundred-weight patent machine, for weighing sheep, pigs, etc.

Three hundred-weight machine, for weighing sacks of corn, etc.

Machine for weighing potatoes, turnips and other root-crops in the field.

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