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19th Century Antique English Mahogany Marine Barometer signed Nixon
By Nixon
Located in Devon, GB
An early 19th century mahogany marine barometer of exceptional quality and originality. The elegant carved, fluted and turned case has an inset engraved bone register plate reading f...
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Antique 19th Century British George IV Scientific Instruments

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Mahogany

George III Rosewood Inlaid Marine Stick Barometer
Located in Norwich, GB
George III caddy top rosewood Marine stick barometer with enclosed portable mercury tube and brass cistern cover. Central mercury thermometer with Fahrenheit and Reaumur scales. ...
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Antique Early 1800s Dutch George III Nautical Objects

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Rosewood, Mother-of-Pearl

Fine Marine Barometer
Located in London, GB
An unusual mid-19th century polished brass marine barometer mounted on a gimble, the steel face signed R.N.Desterre, Lisbon.
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Antique Mid-19th Century Portuguese Nautical Objects

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H 36.23 in. W 4.34 in. D 2.37 in.
English Mahogany Marine Barometer and Thermometer
Located in San Francisco, CA
An English mahogany marine barometer, the case with a closing protective cover opening to reveal a barometer with a silvered register on one side and similarly fitted with a thermome...
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20th Century English Scientific Instruments

Materials

Brass

Estate American WM Welch Company Fixed Cistern Marine Barometer, circa 1942
Located in New Orleans, LA
Estate American WM Welch Company Fixed Cistern Marine Barometer, circa 1942.
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Mid-20th Century American Scientific Instruments

Materials

Brass

Vintage Stick Barometer, Gimballed Ship's Marine Weather Station
Located in Hele, Devon, GB
This is large vintage stick barometer, a gimballed, ships marine weather station by Burke & Jones dating to the late 20th century. A quality mahogany vintage stick barometer Disp...
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20th Century English Victorian Scientific Instruments

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Mahogany