Antique Stick Barometers

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Victorian Sheraton Inlaid Newcastle Stick Barometer from Sturmans Antiques Ltd

This is a high quality 19th Century Victorian antique mahogany Sheraton inlaid stick barometer Bone inverted scales with vernier marker to the top Matching thermometer scale to the centre Fruitwood

£995

$1,277 €1,119

Early Negretti & Zambra Met Office Kew Pattern Stick Barometer, England c.1860 from Richard Twort

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

£1,450

$1,861 €1,630

Mercury Barometer by R & J Beck, 68, Cornhill, London England c.1895 from Richard Twort

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

£875

$1,123 €984

Victorian Oak Stick Barometer from Graham Smith Antiques Ltd

This is a 19th Century Scottish Victorian antique oak cased stick barometer with thermometerThe barometer has an ivory engraved weather indicator with the scales and vernier racks and the makers

£1,550

$1,989 €1,743

Rosewood Ship

This is a middle of the 19th Century antique rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid ships stick barometer which has a brass cistern at its base a rosewood cased thermometer

£1,600

$2,053 €1,799

Stick Barometer Mahogany Antique c.1780 from Breedon Antiques

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

£650

$834 €731

Adie, Edinburgh from Kembery Antique Clocks Ltd

This is a 20th century marine stick barometer on a rotating brass gimball A slim mahogany case with brass cistern cover An opening hinged dial cover with thermometer and well

£785

$1,007 €883

White & Barr Glasgow Mercury Stick Barometer from Kembery Antique Clocks Ltd

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

£750

$963 €843

Oak Stick Barometer - White & Barr, Glasgow c.1880 from Athey Antiques

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

£795

$1,020 €894

Miners Stick Barometer, England c.1930 from Worboys Antiques

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

£425

$545 €478

Mid 19th Century Mahogany Stick Barometer, London 1850 to 1852 from Worboys Antiques

This is a mid 19th Century mercury stick barometer made by a well regarded maker It has an architectural pediment with a brass central finial Behind the glazed door is

£1,275

$1,636 €1,434

Early 18th Century Walnut Barometer c.1720 from Windsor House Antiques

A very good early 18th Century antique walnut barometer walnut veneers applied to the oak carcase with an open cistern cover hood pillars and curved pediment

£6,850

$8,791 €7,702