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Creator A.C. Gilbert Company Remove constraint Creator: A.C. Gilbert Company

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    • 1938 – 1960

    Green wooden case with textured green paper surface; label on front of case features a young boy looking through a microscope and an enlarged image of a dog flea; metal latch opens double-sided interior. 16 glass test…

    • 1954

    Wooden case with a blue synthetic covering. Case opens on a hinge to reveal three shelves of amber glass bottles with red metal lids; 21 bottles containing the following: aluminum sulphate, ammonium chloride, borax,…

    • 1960 – 1969

    White metal case with color graphic of two young boys using the Gilbert microscope set. Case opens on a hinge. Inside, a blue styrofoam tray holds a plastic microscope, an electric plug-in light, an objective lens, a…

    • 1930 – 1939

    Wooden case with two steel handles on top and cabinet doors on both sides which are secured with a steel latch; on one side, case inside has a steel red shelf with seven wooden chemical containers; below the shelf is a…

    • 1943

    Board-game like rectangular cardboard box; box top comes off and reveals a blue cardboard frame in the box bottom to support various set components; to the top right of the frame is a row of six wooden chemical…

    • circa 1938

    This kit features theatrical makeup, props, and an instruction booklet, designed for putting on magic shows and performing tricks. Aimed towards children, the set includes interlocking cardboard rings, playing cards, a…

    • 1958

    Chemistry sets reached their heyday in the 1950s, but production of them began in the United States during World War I. Playing with a toy chemistry set inspired many a boy to become a chemist, and not until the late…

    • 1955 – 1959

    Chemistry sets reached their heyday in the 1950s, but production of them began in the United States during World War I. Playing with a toy chemistry set inspired many a boy to become a chemist, and not until the late…

    • 1954

    Chemistry sets reached their heyday in the 1950s, but production of them began in the United States during World War I. Playing with a toy chemistry set inspired many a boy to become a chemist, and not until the late…