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This Oak cased barograph with bevelled glass and a chart drawer to the base, signed by Negretti and Zambra has been fitted with a monthly clock drum. The beauty ...
This instrument, generally known as a Baro-thermograph records both barometric pressure and temperature on the same chart. The two recording arms move freely past each other over a weekly chart. ...
A very good English five-glass walnut cased barograph, No 1620 c1905.
Antique barograph having finely executed lacquered brass mechanism, raised on four turned pillars over a full length brass chassis with ...
This a modern, small pattern working barograph from the early 1990s and very unusually, fitted with a chart drawer to the base. The polished mahogany hardwood case has some nice ...
This is a most unusual barograph. The fully working small pattern movement consists of a horizontal set of diaphragms which was typically associated with the makers C Plath of Hamburg. ...
This is a very rare barograph retailed by F. Robson, 45, Dean Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne complete with a clear glass dome. These instruments were usually made by J. Hicks of Hatten ...
Plated Barograph with black metal base and perspex cover.
Diaphragm under base
5 Bevelled glass Oak Case.
Moulded base. Bracket Feet.
Short and Mason patent No. 3715-02. On clock.
Mahogany cased Barograph with carrying handle.
Drawer to side.
Square pad feet.
Plaque to base plate - Casella London. Made in England.
Presentation Plaque to front. Inscribed to Captain Heron from the Director ...
5 bevelled glass mahogany case.
Moulded case with round pad feet.
Front chart drawer.
2 ink holders.'
Inscribed Short and Mason, London. No 7158
Cross bar Reg:No. 476.369
Belgian presentation plaque.
Mahogany five bevelled glass case. Drawer to front. Moulded base. Square pad feet. Fahrenheit centigrade thermometer. Marked Harrods to base plate.
A fine 19th Century English antique mahogany barograph by Cary, the curved rectangular case glazed on all sides, with the original cut glass ink bottle and a side-opening chart drawer ...
A fine quality English barograph. A rarer brass case of neat proportions and bevelled glass panels. An 8 chamber mechanism with the original gilded platform signed 'JAMES LUCKING BIRMINGHAM & ...
This is an open scale barograph to the British Meteorological Office pattern. Set in a meta framed glazed cover, the lever system gives a magnification of 1:70 therefore recording the ...
This is a lovely display barograph and thermograph from the early 1950s by renowned makers, Short and Mason of London. The case has an integral shelf with a glass display ...
A late Victorian display barograph signed by Callaghan & Co, 23a New Bond Street, Corner of Conduit Street, London. The imposing golden oak case is slightly larger than average - ...
This is an early 20th Century Edwardian antique barograph and thermometer in an inlaid mahogany case.
The barograph has a clock work revolving drum which holds a recording chart on which ...
A scarce pocket recording barograph No 1471, Type F to 7,000 feet, by Jules Richard, Paris for the English market, retailed by Negretti & Zambra, London, c1910.
Antique pocket barograph constructed ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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