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
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 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
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