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A good quality French giltwood barometer. Carved bows to the pediment and moulded edging to the case. A painted wooded board dial with the original blued steel hand. The original ...
This is an antique Comitti stick barometer. An English, rosewood and mahogany feather fan barometer dating to the early 20th Century. Select cuts of rosewood display rich hues throughout. Displays ...
A William IV period mercury wheel barometer. A fine quality tapered mahogany case with a swan neck pediment and original brass central finial. A hygrometer, thermometer, main dial and level. ...
This is an antique aneroid barometer. An English, Winstanley of Wigan, oak banjo barometer with temperature scale dating to the late 19th century. Attractive banjo barometer by Winstanley of Wigan. ...
This is an antique banjo barometer. An English, mahogany barometer by John Sowter of Oxford and dating to the Victorian period. Rich mahogany hues and a desirable aged patina. Bright, ...
A Victorian period mercury wheel barometer. A mahogany case with a swan neck pediment and original brass central finial. A hygrometer, thermometer, mirror, main dial and level. The level is ...
This is an antique aneroid barometer. An English, oak banjo barometer from the Civil Service Supply Association Ltd of London and dating to the early 20th century.
Select oak displays fine ...
This is an antique stick barometer. An English, oak twin vernier barometer from the Army and Navy Co-operative Society and dating to the Victorian period.
Select oak displays rich caramel hues ...
This is an antique stick barometer. An English, mahogany barometer by renowned maker Charles Howarth of Halifax and dating to the early Victorian period.
Select cuts of mahogany and boxwood inlay ...
This circa 1930 postal scale has a porcelain enamel measure, a cast iron body with a decorative relief pattern, and brass weight and pan. Made in Germany by Jacob Maul ...
This is an Arts & Crafts period antique walnut miniature banjo barometer. Enamel dial with visible works to the centre. Brass bezel surround with bevelled edge glass. Porcelain thermometer scale ...
This is an Art Nouveau period antique Sheraton inlaid banjo barometer of small proportions. Porcelain dial and brass bezel surround. Matching thermometer scale above. Fruitwood and ebony inlay to the ...
This is a top quality Victorian antique walnut cased Admiral Fitzroy barometer. Original charts to the mercury action tube. Double vernier marker for yesterday and today. Silvered thermometer scale to ...
This is an Edwardian period antique solid silver desk top barometer. Hallmarked Chester 1903. Made by S.Blankensee. Porcelain dial with visible works to the centre. Moulded silver surround and polished ...
This is an antique stick barometer. An English, mahogany barometer by the renowned Torre and Co. of London and dating to the mid 19th Century.
Select mahogany displays rich, dark hues ...
This is an antique telescope, an English single draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use from the Georgian period and dating to mid 18th century, circa 1760.
Perfect for bird watching, ...
This is a high quality Late Victorian antique polished brass marine barometer. Silvered engraved dial with crescent shaped thermometer to the base. Full working order. Excellent condition.
This is a late Victorian antique polished walnut 'Pendant' shaped barometer. Porcelain dial with visible works to the centre. Brass bezel surround and bevelled edge glass. Matching porcelain thermometer scale ...
This is a top quality Late Victorian antique polished walnut barometer. Porcelain dial and brass bezel surround. Beveled edge glass front. Made by Maple & Co of London. Plain polished ...
A Georgian period stick barometer by James Powell of Worcester. An architectural pediment with the original finial. An opening door to the silvered engraved dial with slide adjuster and mercury ...
Large decorative vintage ampere meter in a wooden case with glass to the front and rear.
The front dial has a gauge from 0 to 5 and the name Griffin ...
This is a superb 19th Century Victorian antique polished oak 'Sea-Coast' stick barometer made by highly regarded maker, James Henry Steward of The Strand, London (w.1869-88 at this address). Enamelled ...
This is a late 20th century barograph in exceptional condition and would make a lovely presentation gift. Manufactured in the traditional style with a polished hardwood case, bevelled glass and ...
A late exhibition style barograph and one of the last made by Negretti and Zambra, London. A lacquered movement set into a hardwood case with a chart drawer to the ...
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 ...
Gilt metal pocket Barometer/Altimeter.
Silvered dial unmarked.
Register inscribed H. Steward 66 Strand. London.
Offered for sale is this 19th Century Victorian antique oak case barometer with rope twist surround.
A Georgian period mercury wheel barometer. A mahogany case with an architectural pediment and brass central finial. Marquetry shell inlays to the case. A long engraved silvered dial. The main ...
This is an antique telescope. An English single draw refractor for terrestrial or astronomical use and dating to the mid 18th Century. Perfect for bird watching, landscape appreciation, wildlife, or ...
A Georgian mercury wheel barometer of Sheraton style. Choice grain to the case with hygrometer, thermometer, convex mirror and main dial. Silvered engraved dials. The main larger 10" dial is ...
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