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An outstanding English honey oak barometer with clock adorned with an eagle, 110 cm high

Oak Aneroid barometer, Made in England, 65 cm high, cracks to glass cover

A George III mahogany banjo barometer by M. Pensa & Son, 5 Greville Street, Hatton Garden, flame mahogany with satinwood strung border, the silvered circular dial engraved with a map of the world and a scale in Arabic numerals; the trunk further set with a

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

An oak banjo style wall barometer, c.1900. Height 76 cm

A 19th century shell inlaid rosewood banjo shaped wall barometer marked P. Kruse 3 Kerford terrace Chelsea. 103 cm long

An English banjo barometer calibrated for Exeter, circa 1840. 99 cm

A wall barometer and thermometer, mid 20th century, the barometer and mercury filled thermometer set within a carved and shaped oak mount. Length 54 cm

19th century mahogany wheel barometer by Joseph Somalvico & Co, London with brass urn and fittings, silverised barometer and dial

A vintage Shortland Smiths oak cased wall barometer, mid 20th century, England, the banjo shaped compensated barometer and thermometer with a shaped brush steel dial set within a chrome bezel and a framed thermometer set to the arm, the deep toned oak case

Antique French floral marquetry banjo barometer, silvered dial, approx 102 cm high

An English aneroid banjo barometer in oak case. 80 cm

Antique French oak thermometer and barometer, approx 58 cm high

Antique oak cased barometer with thermometer 74.5 cm high

An oak aneroid wall barometer presentation Claremont yacht club W. Letchford trophy, with silver plaque engraved 'C.Y.C. W. Letchford, Trophy, 1948-9, Won By Vitesse, D. Morgan'. Height 46 cm

English mahogany banjo barometer by 'P. Corti, Exeter'. Corti of 5 Market Street, Exeter is listed as a manufacturer of barometers in 1850. Fully restored. 92 cm.

Antique French carved oak barometer, approx 80 cm high

English oak barometer with a working porcelain face fahrenheit & centigrade thermometer. Length - 81 cm

Victorian Flame Mahogany Wheel Barometer. Silvered hygrometer, thermometer and signed spirit level with a curved base. 98 cm high. 26 wide

Georgian banjo barometer, c. 1790, mahogany case with pearwood inlaid banding by 'Chas. Noseda, Wincanton', height 99 cm, width 25 cm

Vintage English carved oak cased aneroid barometer, approx 75 cm high

Thomas Armstrong & Brother Ltd oak barometer with barley twist columns & a brass dial. Length 80 cm

Edwardian inlaid mahogany banjo barometer with fahrenheit to centigrade thermometer and a gauge showing 'Changeable, Fair, Very Dry, Stormy & Rain' length 69 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

A Negretti & Lambral brass cased barometer with carved oak stand

A Georgian Scottish banjo barometer, the flame mahogany case, with a swan neck pediment, satinwood stringing, and a silver dial, with a thermometer.

E. Rickard rosewood cased banjo barometer

Mahogany cased banjo barometer, W Cole Hobart Town and London

A Georgian banjo barometer. Maker: J Slutter 8 Symon Street Chelsea circa 1840. Shaped surround set with central circular glass topped barometer and ivory adjusting knop, below a thermometer and circular hydrometer. 94 cm high

An early Victorian mahogany banjo barometer, circa 1840s, with maker's mark for T. Pini, Princes Street, Redlion square, London, of double banjo form with a swan neck pediment and having an hydrometer, mercurial thermometer, a level, convex mirror and merc

C 1910 oak cased aneroid barometer. Large barometer and thermometer marked with retailer H. E. Finch, George St. Sydney. Functional. Height 80 cm

A Georgian inlaid mahogany Scottish banjo. Barometer, c.1820's, makers stamp: F. Vago, Glasgow, with silvered metal dial, central circular mirror, mercury thermometer. Height 99 cm