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 George III mahogany stick barometer by J. Hicks of London, the glazed arched top enclosing the barometer with ivory panels detailed in black, conforming barometer below, glass absent and minor attention required, bulbous base. Length 93.5 cm
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
Georgian mahogany wall hung barometer inlaid with satin wood featuring a scrolled pediment, with removable hygrometer gauge, removable temperature gauge with range from freezing to blood heat, a mirrored panel with ribbed timber surround & large brass main
A good Sheraton Revival banjo barometer, the mahogany body with shell, star and fine border inlays, the silvered dials with Arabic numerals, named 'Harrison's Opticians, The Arcades, Birmingham'. Length 99 cm
A very rare mahogany cased aneroid barocyclonometer or 'Typhoon barometer'. Schmidt and Ziegler, Remscheid, to a design by Jose Algue, Manila, early 20th century, tbox opening to reveal Faura pattern aneroid barometer with 6 inch circular silvered register
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
A George III-style mahogany-cased wheel Barometer, early to mid-20th century, of typical form with a pedimented top above the silvered thermometer and dial in a shaped case, cross-banded, decoratively inlaid, and with ebony and boxwood stringing throughout
A George IV mahogany-cased wheel barometer, 1820s, the trunk with a pedimented top above the later alcohol thermometer by G.H. Zeal, London, and the silvered dial signed P. Caminada with a glazed moulded brass bezel, the trunk with shells and flower head i
A Regency stick barometer, maker W. Dicksey of London, the silvered scale with venire and thermometer, engraved W Dicksey of London, enclosed by a glazed rectangular door below a broken pediment, the feather and line inlaid stem with open tube to a turned
A Regency mahogany stick barometer, maker Anthony Gatty, Reading, UK, the mahogany case with broken pediment and acorn finial surmount, the glazed door protecting silvered scale with vernier and mercury thermometer, the edges of casing has ebony and boxwoo
Francis Barnascon, George III mahogany boxwood strung wheel barometer, having a brass acorn finial and swan neck pediment; leading to an everted cornice selection of dials and a convex mirror with an ebonised circular mount, and ivory button. Length 100 cm
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