A chromed brass model of an Airspeed Oxford training bomber with dorsal turret, mounted on a propeller boss set with an aneroid barometer and further raised on a section of propeller blade. Height 33 cm
A vintage German aneroid wall barometer, 20th century, the brass mounted barometer with visible workings, with a Fahrenheit and Celsius mercury scale thermometer, enclosed within a Bavarian style timber mount. Height 42 cm. Width 16 cm.
Precision aneroid barometer by Mechanism Ltd of London. Range 900-1050 mb, accuracy 0.1 mb. These instruments are very rare and are still used at Observatories & airfields today. Originally retailed at £13,000, calibrated and in excellent condition
Aneroid portable barometer in leather carry case. Made in England for A.E.Barker & Associates of Melbourne. This model was used by surveyors and is temperature compensated, it can also be calibrated for height up to 6000 feet. 8 cm diameter
A Lerebours et Secretan barometer on an ebony base, 1845-1855, with maker's mark to dial and address 13, Pont Neuf, Paris. An aneroid barometer with the dial set within a brass cavetto and bezel and simple brass casing and resting upon an ebony cradle atop
A late Victorian English combination barograph and clock eight day fusee drive clock with half seconds. Pendulum drives the vertical chart drum and taps the barometer every hour. The aneroid barometer is linked by a fusee watch chain over a pulley to a poi
A very rare mahogany cased aneroid barocyclonometer or 'Typhoon barometer'. Schmidt and Ziegler, Remscheid, to a design by Jose Algue, Manila, early 20th century, tbox opening to reveal Faura pattern aneroid barometer with 6 inch circular silvered register
A good carved two pillar aneroid barometers. Maker James white (1824-1884) Glasgow, with carved swan neck pediment above an aneroid barometer, below a barometer with an enamelled dial within a carved case. Height 110 cm.
A mahogany cased aneroid barometer, thermometer, English, circa 1890, the silvered metal dial signed Callaghan, 23a new Bond Strt., corner of Conduit Strt., London, within a glazed mahogany case the case 16 by 17.5 cm
Rare 19th century French 'Marine' automatic combination time piece enamelled ormolu and onyx rotating lantern top with twin clock dials, thermometer and aneroid barometer driven by a separate movement to the bollard base. Height 52 cm
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