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Antique French wall clock weather station, with 8 day striking movement, thermometer and aneroid barometer (glass cracked) in timber case, working when tested, 83 cm high

A French Industrial Revolution clock, circa 1890, an industrial revolution 'Steam engine' clock, French, 8-day, time only movement with barometer and thermometer dials, raised from bronze plinth, 26 cm width

A superb French black marble mantel clock, having barometer below and clock movement above with Roman numerals.

Quality Victorian carved walnut wall clock with barometer by Wainwright and Co. Birmingham, and thermometer

A superb quality cased desk set featuring a white enamelled faced clock, an aneroid barometer and a Fahrenheit thermometer, mounted within a filigree bezel by John hall, Paris. Height 15 cm. Width 20 x Depth 8 cm

A brass desk clock with barometer and thermometer, English late 19th/early 20th century, 25 cm high. Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, Melbourne

A French weather station mantel clock, circa 1880s, with 8 day time and strike movement, Brocot open escapement and ruby pallets. Mercury compensation pendulum, with moon phase, date, month, barometer and clock, Belgium black slate case inlaid with malachi

An antique barometer, thermometer and pocket watch, a pocket style barometer with white dial, black hands and markers, stamped R.J Farmer Coney Street York. A rectangle thermometer with black markings, stamped Negretti & Zambra London. A silver, 935 po

A French desk barometer clock set with hand painted porcelain panels, 19th century. 10 cm high, 12 cm wide

A superb quality cased desk set featuring a white enamelled faced clock, an aneroid barometer and a Fahrenheit thermometer. Mounted within a filigree bezel by John hall, Paris. Height 15 cm, width 20 cm, depth 8 cm

A brass Porthole clock, later 20th century, the battery operated clock with three subsidiary dials for a hygrometer, barometer and thermometer, set within a brass porthole with hinge and screw clips enclosed by a timber frame. Diameter 35 cm

Cartel clock, and matching barometer each cast with, Griffins 100 cm

French regulator wall clock fitted with barometer, 19th century. 87 cm

Rare gilt metal and enamel combined timepiece carriage clock, barometer, thermometer and compass, in original fitted case by R. & Co., Paris, circa 1900. Rectangular turned and fluted columns, the frieze decorated with champleve blue enamel on floral groun

A silver plate and silver gilt mounted harbour clock barometer, by J. Sewill, 30 Cornhill London, 22 cm high, 17 cm wide

A novelty miniature long case Combination clock, thermometer, barometer with a platform escapement, the case with Sheraton style inlay, (hairline to the glazed back panel), 46.5 cm high

Short Mason aneroid pocket barometer & Elgin Nati Watch co. Open faced pocket watch (2)

A novelty spring driven model steam engine clock barometer the clock is in the style of a model steam engine with spring driven movable parts mounted on a wood stand clock. Length 22 cm

Cloisonne duel carriage clock barometer stamped 'Made in France', with brass casing & bevelled edge glass, with a key. Dimensions 13 x 12 cm

A large 19th century French gilt brass cased carriage clock with eight day barrel strike movement and platform escapement by Japy Freres. The top with inset compass and thermometer. Original velvet and leather carrying case. Height 19 cm

A French walnut and oak cased wall clock together with matching barometer.

A Victorian gilt-metal Combination wall clock/Weather glass with French 8-day movement below a barometer and thermometer, on an ebonized ground. Height 51 cm

A rare late 19th century French gilded cased carriage clock, the top with a circular white metal panel with a central compass framed by a thermometer, the cream enamel dial with Roman numerals above a barometer dial, swing handle to the top. 8 x 6 x 14 cm

An early 20th century brass ship’s lantern type clock with three faces, the cylindrical body with a circular silvered dial for clock, similar for barometer and other for thermometer. The top with ring handle above housing for compass, all supported by thre

A gilt-brass Combination carriage clock barometer, French, circa 1900, lever platform escapement, enamel dial, Arabic numerals, barometer with matching dial, centered by a gilt mounted mercury thermometer, plain rectangular case with shaped handle, velvet

Late 19th century French Gaint compendium carriage clock, the ripple moulded corniche case with three piece handle with inset compass and circular thermometer dial reading Reamur and Fahrenheit over the 10 cm two pieced dial with brass chapter ring, Arabic

An oak Gothic revival musical longcase clock and barometer, the movement circa 1780, the case circa 1880, the turned four pillar three train eight-day movement with an anchor escapement, rack striking on a bell, playing tunes on eight bells with eight hamm

Superb antique Georgian mahogany three train longcase clock by Whitehurst of Derby with carillon of 8 bells chiming the quarter, the door set with a barometer

A boulle clock/thermometer, French, 8-day bell strike, gilt dial, twelve piece enamel cartouche dial, the cartouche-shaped case decorated with gilt foliate border

A gilt brass mantel clock, English, Hunt & Roskell, London coup-perdue deadbeat escapement, gridiron pendulum thermometer in bob, enamel dial and chapter ring for seconds, Arabic outer dial, subsidiary hours and minutes, rectangular four glass gilt case, s

An industrial revolution boiler clock, French, 8-day, time only movement with barometer and thermometer dials, dial signed Marcks & Co. Ltd, Bombay and Poona, Made in France, Roman numerals, the boiler raised on a red marble plinth

An 19th century mahogany long case clock, possibly Irish, Cribb, Kilburn the hood with applied carved decoration over a trunk with canted front angles on a panelled base, the door set with a circular Barometer dial and (later wheat ear) hygrometer, level a