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Late Victorian brass cased aneroid ships bulkhead barometer. Porcelain scale with red capital highlights. Bevelled glass with knurled set knob. Brass ring for holding on wall.

5 1/4" diameter 2 1/4" deep

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Aneroid barometer
Late Victorian oak cased Admiral Fitzroy barometer by Davis and co., 163, Fenchurch Street, London. Large cast brass royal coat of arms above mercury tube. With additional storm tube and alcohol thermometer. Twin ivory hand set adjusters. Carved acanthus leaf pediment to top of barometer. Depository / removals sticker on back of barometer for Smithers and sons, Kingston-on-Thames.

47" high 10" wide

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Admiral Fitzroy barometer
Late Victorian carved oak cased aneroid hall barometer and thermometer. Porcelain scales with red highlighted wording.

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Aneroid hall barometer
Late Victorian brass cased ships barometer and curved mercury thermometer. Silvered engraved dial, protected by bevelled glass with central hand set adjuster.

4.75" dial

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Aneroid barometer
Late Victorian aneroid barometer in an oak, rope twist case, by James Hicks from London. 8" diameter.

8" dia.

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Aneroid barometer
Late Victorian Admiral Fitzroy barometer. Oak case with carved acanthus leaf pediment. Vernier pointers for mercury reading. With additional thermometer storm tube and anti surge mercury stopper.

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Victorian Admiral Fitzroy barometer
Something for the Office, an Early 20th century oak cased barograph and aneroid barometer. With double section chart drawer.

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Early 20th Century Barograph
Something for the Office. Mahogany cased barograph, with chart drawer and bevelled glass cover, by I. Brown and son from Weymouth, Dorset.

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Mahogany Cased Barograph
Early 19th century mercury wheel barometer by C. A. Canti junior, 59, Shoe Lane, London. Traditional "banjo" shape mahogany case with ebony edge line. Swan neck pediment with urn finial. With mercury thermometer, hygrometer and level bubble.

8" main scale

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Mercury wheel barometer
Something for the Office. Early 20th century mahogany cased bargraph. Bevelled glass cover Double chart drawer.

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Early 20th century Mahogany Barograph
Mahogany and ebony edge lined, 6" dial, mercury wheel barometer and convex thermometer, by Dominic Borrelli from Farnham, Surrey.

6" dial

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mercury wheel barometer
Early 20th century oak cased barograph with chart drawer. Fully bevelled glass throughout. 8 diaphragm bellows. With additional aneroid barometer.

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Early 20th Century Barograph
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