Catalog of scientific apparatus for chemical laboratories sold by the Emil Greiner Company. Promising superior quality and prompt delivery, the catalog includes items for sale such as burners, burets, pipettes, and Geissler tubes. The glassware sold by the Greiner Company was molded by the company's European corporate partner, Franz Schilling, who ran a prosperous glassworks in Gehlberg, Germany from 1874 to at least 1925. The volume is fully illustrated with engraved depictions of available glassware products.
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Emil Greiner Company. “Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific Apparatus, Chemical Glassware, and Laboratory Supplies.” New York (State): Emil Greiner Company, circa 1910. Q185.7 .E65. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/6lty65g.
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