High durable, lightweight archaeological trowel for the careful unearthing and extraction of remains, jewellery and items. Made from stainless steel and supplied with a leather holster it is suitable for use by both archaeologists and paleontologists.
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Produced by the highest specification using 50% rag bond paper which has high cotton linters content giving excellent tear resistance and strength when wet. 127mm x 203mm in size and contains 80 leaves. More info below.
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A wooden handled double ended nylon brush, ideal for cleaning out sieves after use.
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The Estwing burpee pick is an palaeontological and archaeological aimed field hammer bringing force, intricacy, precision and comfort to users. Made in the USA from American steel it features a 43 cm overall length and a long head which features a wide chisel edge on one side and a precision pointed tip on the other, making the hammer ideal for dig site tasks where care must be taken while still able to extract your objective. In the middle of the head are 3 neodymium magnets, particularly suitable for those undertaking archaeological work where iron may be present. The handle is made from anti shock vinyl for both grip and comfort.
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The GeoTul (also known as the GeoTool), is a hammer designed by Canadian geologist from Thunder Bay, Ron Tweedie, in 1988 in an effort to produce a tool which would be suitable for both breaking rock or mineral aggregate for samples and also scraping vegetation or removing top soil which may cover an important outcrop. Made in Canada from high quality tempered steel with a shock absorbing hickory handle with grip. The GeoTul features a flat face on one side of the head and a wide chisel edge mattock on the other which allows you to undertake the two tasks is was designed for, clearing an outcrop and breaking an outcrop. The hammer features a 1,1 kg (3 pound) head weight with a 76 cm (30 inch) long handle.
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Size – 4 3/4 in x 7 1/2 in
Page Pattern – Geological
Binding – Sewn
Cover – Fabrikoid (yellow)
Number of Pages – 160
Weight – 0.65 lbs
Number of Sheets – 80
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Ruper 10x magnification hand lens with a generous 20 mm diameter viewing field. Manufactured in Japan, Ruper loupes are world renowned for their robust build and quality optics. In the case of this model, the magnifier is made with aplantic doublet optics and so significantly reduces spherical abrasions when observing items. These high end lenses are suitable not only for students but professionals in the acedemic and industrial sectors, especially geologists, botanists, entomologists, archaeologists, gemologists, jewelers and those with an interest in antiques. An excellent entry level professional magnifier lens.
Ruper 5008 hand lens magnifier with powerful x 20 magnification and a moderate 15 mm wide diameter field of view. An excellent loupe manufactured in Japan, which uses doublet optics with achromatic design to significantly reduce abrasion in your field of view. Renowned in various sectors and fields by their name, this magnifier is manufactured from stainless steel and is unfinished, giving it a texture which provides extra grip making it useful for those particularly working in field conditions where weather may affect your grasp. The loupe is suitable for students, professionals and academics alike, particularly those of you in the fields of geology, gemology, archaeology, antiques dealings, entomology, watchmaking and more.
Ruper 5024 double hand lens, a loupe which provides both x 15 and x 8 magnification with 13 mm and 25 mm diameter viewing fields respectively. A robust stainless steel body houses the doublet optics (two pieces of glass for higher quality viewing) which work together to eliminate abrasions in viewing. These magnifiers are manufactured in Japan to a high specification and are well known throughout various industries and fields of study. As this is a double lens, it offers you the option to easily switch between different strengths of magnification, depending on what is being viewed, overall, an excellent magnifier suitable for a variety of users including geologists, gemologists, jewelers, watchmakers, antique dealers, entomologists and more.