29 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

A brass cased barograph. Maker Richard Freres, Paris, circa 1870. 16 cm high, 31 cm wide, 16 cm deep.

Barograph by Micromech Instruments, Japan, 20th century, with instructions manual & bar graphs for printing.

An oak cased brass barograph made by John Trotter, optician, Glasgow, late 19th century, 22 cm high, 37 cm wide, 23 cm deep

A Barograph, Casella London, mid 20th century, 34 x 20.5 cm

A Rapport barograph recording barometer having clockword recording drum. 23 cm high, 37 cm long

A glass cased ebonised barograph by Sharman D. Neill. Ltd., Belfast, late 19th century, 19.4 cm high, 36 cm wide, 21 cm deep

Rapport Barograph Recording barometer. Aneroid barometer with clockwork recording drum. Cased with underdraw. Estate late Douglas Osborne Hawke. Height 24 cm. W38 cm. Diameter 24 cm

A World War II German mahogany case Barograph Likely manufactured by Lufft, Stuttgart, with brass plaque, 'German Eagle, M, 349/OBS', with pen and ink bottle. Height 16.5 cm. Width 28 cm. Depth 13.5 cm

Antique Ross of London Barograph, with bevelled edged glass, ink bottle, chart drawer & stock of charts

Maxant Barograph in a glass mahogany casing. Dimensions 20.5 x 14 x 10 cm

Barograph by F.Darton & Co Ltd of Watford & London in copper case with 8 day movement & spare paper. Width 26 cm, depth12.5 cm, height 17.5 cm

An antique Short & Mason seven day Barograph in an oak case and stand with additional data sheets and ink. Height 22 cm. Width 36 cm. Depth 22.5 cm

Short & Mason, London micro barograph no. 1954, japanned steel glazed case

Barograph: late 19th century with silver plated makers plaque 'John Browning, 63 Strand, London' in original walnut case. Original patina. Good condition.

Barograph: by Negretti and Zambra of London, walnut and bevelled glass case with drawer containing spare paper. VG condition

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

An English barograph in oak framed glass panelled case. Number 466 by Casella London. Length 37 cm

Antique oak cased barograph, 30 cm long with extra paper charts

An old Negretti & Zambra barograph, grey steel and brass, London. Length 26 cm

A brass barograph in glazed case, 30 x 45 cm, size 30 x 45 cm

An antique barograph or recording barometer, maker T. Gaunt London and Melbourne

A quality mahogany barograph C.1900, extra charts in the drawer

A barograph in mahogany case retailed by E. Esdaile & Sons Sydney, made in England. 23 x 36 x 23 cm

An early 20th century oak cased self recording barograph, Negretti and Zambra, London the rectangular case with five bevelled glass panels on a moulded base with chart drawer, on block feet, the lacquered brass movement with eight tier vacuum to a single r