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This is a top quality Late 19th Century antique polished oak Admiral Fitzroy barometer made by Thomas Armstrong Bros of Deansgate, Manchester (w.1875-1900). Original porcelain scales. Mercury action tube with ...
A Scottish Victorian period ships type stick barometer. A rosewood case with fine mother of pearl inlay and pewter stringing. An arched pediment with brass loop fixing as well as ...
A fine quality Georgian mercury stick barometer by this noted maker. A mahogany case with an arched pediment. An adjustable vernier scale and cased maked in gilt 'J.C.R.' which is ...
This is a rare Ships Barometer London maker, lovely quality brass stick tube is good and contains mercury, consider will need attention as cannot seem to operate the graph, all ...
A solid oak stick barometer dating from the mid 19th Century. It has an arch top, two turned oak scale indicator knobs and a central thermometer. The top ivory scale ...
This is a top quality Mid Victorian antique figured walnut stick barometer. Bone inverted scales with double vernier marker for yesterday and today readings. Matching bone thermometer scale to the ...
This is a very well made mahogany stick barometer by Russell of Norwich. Boxwood and Chevron Shringing with a broken pediment. Fully working with no damage to case or mercury ...
This is an antique stick barometer by Davis of Leeds. English, oak and dating to the early 19th Century. It is of fine quality by renowned maker, Davis of Leeds. ...
This is a beautifully restored Kew pattern stick barometer supplied to the Met Office by Negretti & Zambra. This is a very early working example, No 157, & would have ...
This is a lovely late-Victorian mercury display barometer by precision instrument makers, R & J Beck. The instrument is set into a solid Oak frame with period carving & circular ...
A 19th Century Scottish Victorian antique oak cased stick barometer with thermometer.
The barometer has an ivory engraved weather indicator with the scales and vernier racks and the maker's name 'Gardner ...
A middle of the 19th Century antique rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid ship's stick barometer which has a brass cistern at it's base, a rosewood cased thermometer half ...
Super rare item of quality, tube is in perfect condition as is case, makers name on the brass work see pictures, barometer is devoid of mercury so will need filling ...
A Scottish Victorian period mercury stick barometer. A well carved pediment and bevelled glass to the dial. The original vernier scale adjuster to the mahogany case. A mercury thermometer to ...
This is a nice example of a Victorian oak stick barometer by White & Barr, 1 Renfield Street, Glasgow. It has a pagoda shaped top, rectangular cased thermometer and mercury ...
This is a plain solid oak case stick barometer having canted corner detailing and light colour. It has a white dial with inchs of mercury and a Fahrenheit thermometer signed ...
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