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This is an antique telescope on stand, suitable for terrestrial or astronomical use, English dating to the mid 18th century. A good example of an 18th century refractor. Perfectly good ...
Georgian mahogany four piece wheel barometer by G Fognetti & Co,Worcester. The mahogany case is edged in a ebony and boxwood lines. The top has a swan neck pediment with ...
Victorian rosewood four piece wheel barometer by Martinelli & sons, 2 King Street, Borough. The top has a swan neck pediment. Below this is a hygrometer, a removable alcohol thermometer, ...
Georgian mahogany two piece wheel barometer by A Ponti, Newcastle. At the top there is a broken arch pediment with a brass urn in the centre. There are floral inlays ...
This is a large sized antique inlaid mahogany barometer and thermometer which is in excellent working order. It has a 10" dial condition which is very good.
This is a lovely quality 19th Century American carved walnut barometer, marked at the top with “SS city of Chicago, Inman steamship Company” Not only working as a barometer but ...
This antique viewer looks to date from the late 19th Century. It was made by the French maker Martinet of 172 Rue de Rivoli and retains its maker's plaque on ...
An early 20th Century aneroid barometer, measuring pressure in millibars and inches, mounted in an Oak “rope twist” case.
In working order it measures 9 inches / 23 cms in diameter.
This is a cut glass obelisk desk thermometer standing on a faceted base it is 6.1/2 inches in height and has both centigrade and reaumur scales.
This is a highly decorative 19th Century English antique rosewood veneered mercury “wheel” barometer with ‘Onion’ top and gold painted decoration.
An early 19th Century desk top thermometer by B.Silvani & Fratelli of Brighton. Silvani & Fratelli are recorded as working in Brighton between 1825 and 1845 Nicely carved stand with ...
An early 20th Century Thomas Walker’s Excelsior Ships Log mounted on a mahogany base with the addition of a lamp. Polished brass and steel fittings it measures a maximum of ...
This is a large late 19th Century antique three-drawer Negretti & Zambra of London telescope on an adjusting stand with folding tripod base.
At least one of the tripod legs is ...
This is a very rare set of 19th Century Jockey scales, it was made by W& T Avery Birmingham, it has scale platform at the bottom which is brass edged, ...
This is a beautiful Asprey brass gilt postal scales with jasperware plaques depicting classical scenes to weighing pans and velvet covered base. Has four weights, 2oz, 1oz and X2 1/2oz. ...
This is a superb Late Victorian skeletonised movement barometer. Concave silvered centre with visible works. Brass bezel surround and bevelled edge glass. Made by Whiting of Royal Exchange, Manchester. Leaf ...
Offered for sale is this 19th Century antique boxwood and brass steel rope measure N1206
Delivery is available at an extra charge. Please contact us with the delivery address for ...
19th Century Ross eclipse brass monocular microscope in a fitted mahogany case. This item comes with two extra lenses.
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Gunters Hororay brass quadrant engraved with animals and figures one side and angles on the other.
This item is being sold on behalf of a client and is not on display ...
This attractive balance scale is contained within its original glazed wooden case with sliding front panel. Both the case and the scales are marked with the maker W & J. ...
Ingenious early 20th Century brass cased Compass. This item was made in London by Stanley and has the world time zones engraved on the cover making this a far more ...
Here we offer you the chance to own a unique piece of history circa 1787.
Here is a turret clock face and most of the movement reclaimed from Rosendal Palace ...
Fine quality thermometer which measures between -45 degrees centigrade and +50. In fully working condition, complete in its original protective sleeve.
19th Century American antique decorative cast iron dentist chair here we present a rare american cast iron dentist chair. We have had this restored at great expense, walnut shell blasted ...
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 ...
George III antique mahogany and marquetry inlaid wheel barometer and thermometer. 19th century, the oil thermometer above 8.5inch silvered dial marked CESER SCALFINI, TAUNTON.
A mid 19th century mahogany and line inlaid wheel barometer and thermometer. With Dry/Damp dial and mercury thermometer above 10inch silvered dial. The storm dial marked HARRIS, 50, HIGH HOLBORN, ...
This is a lovely carved oak aneroid barometer and thermometer. It has some foxing to the dial but overall this decorative barometer is in good working order.
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This is a brass wall hanging thermometer made by Breirley, Collier & Hartley Ltd of Rochdale. The thermometer measures 15' long but with the brass ring is 17' hanging length. ...
This is a solid walnut weather combination comprising an aneroid barometer, a central thermometer and an 8-day clock.
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