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A General Fitzroy barometer, including storm glass and thermometer, height: 102 cm

A Victorian oak framed glass fronted 'Admiral Fitzroy' barometer, with mercury colum, atmosphere and temperature scales. Reg mark c. 1875. Height 104 cm

An Admiral Fitzroy original barometer. 92 cm long, 21 cm wide

A rare Admiral Fitzroy mercury barometer in an oak cabinet c.1880 125 cm high

An Admiral Fitzroy patent barometer in walnut case; by Comitti. Height 110 cm

A mahogany early 19th century 'admiral Fitzroy' style barometer.

Australian late 19th century 'Admiral Fitzroy' barometer in cedar case, adapted to the southern hemisphere. RLJ Ellery Esquire and retailed by Thomas Gaunt, Melbourne. Length 107 cm

An Admiral Fitzroy mid 19th century oak barometer. The barometer and thermometer on a lithograph printed paper dial. Provenance: Tradition has it that the barometer is Admiral Fitzroy's barometer taken on expedition voyages with Darwin and given by Fitzroy

A 19th century Admiral Fitzroy's barometer, oak cased the interior case with Admiral Fitzroy remarks on atmospheric changes and printed Gothic decoration. Height 107.5 cm. Width 22.5 cm