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
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.
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
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
A Rosewood stick barometer signed G. Cetta, Sydney, circa 1840, the enclosed tube, ivory plate with single vernier, inset mercury thermometer with Fahrenheit scale, the case with arched top and brass hanging ring, the base with a brass cistern, together wi
A mahogany stick barometer by G. Boettger, Adelaide, the case with a rounded ivorine inscribed plate and scale with vernier and thermometer, the visible mercury tube to the trunk above a covered cistern, 96 cm high
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 late Victorian oak cased mercury stick barometer by Camerer Cuss, London, c.1900. Two glass fronted panels for Rise and fall with adjusting scales and a thermometer in Centigrade and Fahrenheit. Height 101 cm
A Regency mahogany banjo Barometer, the trunk with a silvered scale thermometer below a 'Dry-Damp' dial, above a small convex mirror and main silvered dial, with an ivory handle to move the recording hands, the lower dial marked J. Spelzini, 91 Leather Lan
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