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This is a lovely barograph signed by J. Webster & Co, 4, Porchester Road, Bayswater W. This company were trading at this address in the early Edwardian years. The instrument ...
This is a beautifully prepared Art Deco Style barograph by Short & Mason who were leading manufacturers of quality meteorological instruments. This barograph is known as a Micro-Barograph which has ...
A most unusual presentation barograph set in a glass dome with an ebonized wood base. The movement is electro-plated using standard weekly charts and is in excellent condition. These glass ...
This is quite a unique, mid/late 20th Century barograph having two clock options. It is currently operating on a standard weekly rotation clock but comes with an option to fit ...
This is an extremely rare display barograph by Negretti and Zambra, London, with serial number R/3886 signed on the brass baseplate. It has been fitted with a 14 day clock ...
A fine Edwardian display barograph signed by Chadburn of Liverpool. The imposing rich mahogany case is slightly wider than average - 376mm wide . The five glass lid has ...
A fine, early 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 set into the ...
A beautifully bevelled edged glass cased Edwardian barograph barometer by Thomas Armstrong & brother of Manchester (the dark spot on the brass plaque in picture 4 is a ceiling reflection).
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. ...
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.
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 ...
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