E.H. Sargent & Co., est. 1852

E. H. Sargent History

Museum Artifact: Sargent Metal Clamp, c. 1910s

Made By: E.H. Sargent and Company, 165 E. Superior St., Chicago, IL [Streeterville]

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9 thoughts on “E.H. Sargent & Co., est. 1852

  1. charlotte noble says:
    August 26, 2023 at 4:52 pm
    i have a corked bottle of selenium metal powder.is it of any value?
    Bottle list 1/2 lb. Selenium Metal Powder
    155-165 E. Superior street Chicago
    Would it be helpful if i sent a picture of the bottle?

  2. I have a wood box about 12″ x 12″ with a door with blue glass holes in the sides and top
    copper plate that says Manufacture by C.S. & E. CO
    E.H. Sargent & CO
    Labortory Supplies
    155-165 E Superior St
    volts 110 amp 1/2
    type 3 serial NO 12164

    can you tell me what is and how old it is
    it came from Townsend MT

  3. I have found a E.H.Sargent & Co. catalogue from Jan 1 1905 for Chemical Apparatus & Assayer’s materials. Is this something that may be of interest to a collector. I found it in some family books belonging to my great grandfather who worked in the coal mining industry in Missouri.

  4. I have an EH Sargent and Co dental aluminum mannequin from the 40s and 50s. I’ve not seen any others online. Did EH Sargent make many of these?

  5. I have a glass Science Chemistry jar that has 3 holes for attaching tubes and 1 hole near the bottom for releasing fluids. I have been unable to find any information on this item. Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

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