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British Met Office Barograph 1946 (1 of 6)
Richard Twort
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British Met Office Barograph 1946

REF: LA416072
£465
€543
$585
Certified DealerApproved listing252 sales by dealer
Certified DealerApproved listing252 sales by dealer
Description
This is a standard British Meteorological Office barograph supplied by makers' Wilson, Warden & Co and dated 1946. All original and in good working condition, including the time marker. Complete with glass ink bottle with brass stopper. The mahogany case has the usual scuffs and ink stains commensurate with age. A quantity of charts and a fresh bottle of recording ink will be included.  There is also a reprinted copy of a period instruction pamphlet showing setting methods and how to interpret typical chart recordings.
measurements
Height:
197 mm
Width:
315 mm
Depth:
155 mm
declaration
Richard Twort has clarified that the British Met Office Barograph 1946 (LA416072) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1946
condition
Good condition for its age
location
This British Met Office Barograph 1946 is located in Somerset, United Kingdom

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