Antique Taylor Instrument Etched Stem Thermometer

Because we firmly believe that every home could use a touch of vintage, we offer a carefully-curated collection of vintage and antique goods known as #domaciFLEA. These items may not always be in perfect condition, but they're sure to satisfy your nostalgic yearnings and peak your sentimental curiosities.

In 1851, George Taylor started Taylor Instruments in Rochester New York. The company started out making instruments for the professional market, in a very small factory shop. They started out small, but their motto was (and still remains) “Accuracy First.” In addition to thermometers and hygrometers, Taylor also established itself as a critical instrument manufacturer during World War I and World War II. Taylor was even involved in designing and manufacturing ultra-secret pressure instruments for the Manhattan Project (the atomic bomb).  

This antique Taylor Binoc Etched-Stem Thermometer (with original cardboard tube) is in excellent vintage condition.  A great gift for medical students.

  • Materials: Glass with cardboard tube
  • Finish: White, Black, Red
  • Approximate Dimensions: 5.5" long
  • Condition: This item is in vintage condition and is being sold as as-is. Please review photos for specifics. No guarantees are given as to the working condition of this item.

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  • Due to the item's vintage nature, this item is non-refundable.

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