This Vintage Toledo No Springs scale has not been used since the early 1950's. Henry Theobald founded Toledo Scale in 1901, and coined the phrase, "No Springs, Honest Weight" as a slogan for the company. This type of scale used
actual weight (gravity), as a counterbalance rather than spring tension. This pendulum scale was superior because spring tension would change with temperature and wear, while gravity would not.
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