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Bernard G House, Scientific Instruments

13 Market Place
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Speciality: 18th Century Long Case Clocks, Scientific, Marine Navigation And Aeronautical Instruments. Barometers, barographs, microscopes, sextants, telescopes. Medical, horological, surveying and planetary items.

The shop has a "working museum" like ambiance, where rare and unusual items are on display and for sale. As well as restoring our own items, we also purchase and undertake the repair and restoration of the above instruments. We have supplied and restored items for projects including parts for a 1903 60hp Mercedes car, and also an up to date Trans - Atlantic yacht, who's crew required non electrical instruments as a back up. All mechanical items sold are sympathetically restored and fully guaranteed. We welcome any enquiry regarding restoration or sales, and customers who would like to visit us here in Wells.

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