Churchill Clocks

Barometers

Item 3236

English carved case mercury wheel barometer made c1860

Item 3236

An unusual and delightful English carved case mercury wheel barometer made by Minoretti of Leicester c1860. The ten inch diameter silvered brass dial is engraved and scaled in inches of mercury. An imposing barometer to suit a hallway. Free delivery and setting up with the Midhurst area.

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£595

Item 3135

English travelling barograph by Warden & Wilson c1944

Item 3135

A classic mahogany cased English traveling barograph made by Warden & Wilson c1944. The eight day mechanical drum is wound once a week and enables a permanent record of the past weeks barometric pressure to be recorded by the inking pen onto the drum paper. A fascinating and practical scientific instrument.

£750

Item 3340

English made oak cased BAROGRAPH made around 1900.

Item 3340

An English oak cased BAROGRAPH made around 1900. The eight day drum with chart rotates over an eight day period while the inking arm draws a permanent line of Barometric pressure as the barometric pressure rises and falls. Scalled in inches of mercury. An excellent example of type.

£895

Item 3342

English early 20th century Oak cased Barograph.

Item 3342

An excellent quality English oak cased traditional barograph dating from the early part of the 20th century. Excellent gift for the amateur meteorologist.

£925

Item 2789

English Georgian period mercury Banjo barometer by A Gugeri London

Item 2789

A classic English George III period Sheraton style mercury Banjo barometer. The case is lavishly inlaid in shell and marquetry work. The dial is silvered and engraved brass and bears the makers name of A Gugeri 74 Leath Lane, Holborn London. Free delivery within reasonable distance of Midhurst West Sussex.

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£1100

Item 3191

French gilded brass case Barograph by Richard Freres a'Paris c1890

Item 3191

An interesting high quality French made gilded brass cased Barograph of small proportions. Made by Richard Freres of Paris c1890 and the case is fitted with thick beveled glass panels. The eight day mechanical drum movement slowly rotates to enable the inking arm nib to ink a permanent line record of Barometric pressure changes over the course of one week. The barometer is also fitted with a mercury thermometer. An interesting scientific instrument and a perfect gift for a technically minded family. Sold fully warranted and restored. For further information on this Barograph please telephone the shop on 01730-813891 and ask to speak to the Chief Horologist Mr Tyrrell. Free delivery and setting up within reasonable distance of Midhurst West Sussex.

£1150