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Rare Walnut Cased Weather Station c.1878 from Vavasseur Antiques

A good walnut cased weather station comprising single train fusee eight day clock twin capsule barometer drum recorder maxmin thermometerA substantial weather station constructed principally in lacquered brass the

£1,850

$2,404 €2,138

1930s Barograph by J. Brown, 76 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow from Richard Twort

This is a fine rare late 1930s barograph with an ivory plaque stating J Brown 76 St Vincent Street Glasgow Finished in a larger than usual polished mahogany case

£850

$1,105 €982

Barograph c.1912 from Richard Twort

This is a lovely early 20th Century barograph in an oak case complete with a subsidiary barometer dial which works in sequence with the recording movement The instrument was

£1,200

$1,560 €1,387

Oak Cased Barograph with a Lacquered Brass Movement Fitted to a Bronze Finished Plate from Richard Twort

A working Oak cased barograph with a lacquered brass movement fitted to a bronze finished plate The lid has beveled glass to the five pieces there is a slim

£500

$650 €578

Barograph c.1910 from Richard Twort

This is a lovely polished walnut barograph with rounded corners slightly larger than the standard form Unsigned but likely made by J Hicks who advertised this style of barographs

£850

$1,105 €982

Barograph c.1912 from Richard Twort

This is a lovely early 20th Century barograph in an oak case complete with a subsidiary barometer dial which works in sequence with the recording movement The instrument was

£1,200

$1,560 €1,387

Barograph c.1912 from Richard Twort

A good looking barograph in a polished mahogany case with beveled glass a chart drawer to the base This instrument has an open subsidiary dial which works in sequence

£1,275

$1,657 €1,473

Barograph c.1920 from Richard Twort

This is a fine rare disc barograph in a large polished oak case with beveled glass There are two large diaphragms which create the pressure movement The brass mechanism

£1,650

$2,144 €1,907

Barograph CW Dixey & Son c.1950 from Richard Twort

A very nice looking barograph by C W Dixey 3 New Bond Street London in a mahogany case with beveled glass all round a chart drawer bun feet to

£675

$877 €780

Barograph Henry Hughes & Son Ltd, London c.1912 from Richard Twort

This is a lovely early 20th Century barograph in an oak case complete with a subsidiary barometer dial which works in sequence with the recording movement Supplied by famous

£1,250

$1,624 €1,444

Barograph Kelvin & James White Ltd & Hutton from Richard Twort

This is a lovely early 20th Century barograph in a polished oak case complete with a subsidiary barometer dial which works in sequence with the recording movement An ivorine

£1,250

$1,624 €1,444

Barograph MDS, London c.1910 from Richard Twort

A polished mahogany barograph with MDS London engraved on an ivory plaque fitted to the base The case has a hinged lid with bevelled glass The unusual movement has two

£1,150

$1,495 €1,329

Barograph Negretti & Zambra, London c.1935 from Richard Twort

This is a lovely 1930s barograph in a polished walnut case with beveled glass chart drawer made by Negretti Zambra Known as a Regency pattern this instrument is

£750

$975 €867

Barograph Russia 1956 from Richard Twort

This is a Russian Meteorological office issue barograph looks to be dated 1956 with a low serial number 00084 The robust but retro style case has a 3-glass hinged lid

£475

$617 €549

Barograph – Large Pattern Negretti & Zambra, London c.1900 from Richard Twort

A rare large pattern barograph by renowned makers Negretti Zambra of London Probable from a club or public school A set of ten diaphragms operates the movement records

£1,700

$2,209 €1,964

Barograph – Small Pattern A. Schumann, Dusseldorf c.1920 from Richard Twort

An unusual small pattern barograph with the four diaphragms set horizontally set in a walnut case with glass panel to front rear which is cracked A label on the

£400

$520 €462

Barograph – Small Pattern C Plath, Hamburg c.1910 from Richard Twort

This is an unusual small pattern barograph with polished 2-glass mahogany case carrying handle retailed by C Plath of Hamburg with an early serial number 214 inscribed on the

£475

$617 €549

Barograph – Small Pattern C Plath, Hamburg c.1910 from Richard Twort

This is an unusual small pattern polished 2-glass mahogany case with carrying handle on hinged lid in excellent condition manufactured by C Plath of Hamburg The 4 diaphragms are set

£525

$682 €607

Barograph – Small Pattern Negretti & Zambra, London from Richard Twort

A small pattern single glass cased barograph manufactured by Richard Freres of Paris with the RF logo Made in France stamped on the lacquered base The polished light oak

£475

$617 €549

Barograph – Small Pattern Negretti & Zambra, London from Richard Twort

A small pattern single glass cased barograph manufactured by Richard Freres of Paris with the RF logo Made in France stamped on the lacquered base The polished light oak

£475

$617 €549

Barograph

This is a small pattern ballooning barograph in an oak case With virtually the same movement as a normal barograph this instrument records the height above sea level as the

£375

$487 €433