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A SCOTTISH GEORGE III TULIPWOOD CROSSBANDED SATINWOOD BAROMETER AND THERMOMETER
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A SCOTTISH GEORGE III TULIPWOOD CROSSBANDED SATINWOOD BAROMETER AND THERMOMETER

JOHN MILLER, EDINBURGH, LATE 18TH CENTURY

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A SCOTTISH GEORGE III TULIPWOOD CROSSBANDED SATINWOOD BAROMETER AND THERMOMETER
JOHN MILLER, EDINBURGH, LATE 18TH CENTURY
With urn finial, inlaid with an urn and batswing oval patera, the silvered barometer dial signed J. Miller Edinburgh, with various weather indications, also with engraved thermometer plate with alcohol tube, the mercury tube removed
44 in. (111.5 cm.) high; the dial 7 in. (18 cm.) diameter
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John Miller established his business in Edinburgh in 1771, taking on his nephew Alexander Adie as apprentice in 1789 and making him partner in 1804.

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