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A SCOTTISH GEORGE IV MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER
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A SCOTTISH GEORGE IV MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER

BY ADIE & SON OF EDINBURGH, CIRCA 1825

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A SCOTTISH GEORGE IV MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER
BY ADIE & SON OF EDINBURGH, CIRCA 1825
With engraved brass dial and turned semi-spherical cistern cover
34 in. (86.3 cm.) high
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The Edinburgh opticians Alexander Adie & Son of Princes Street received a court appointment to William IV, and carried out a thriving business in both domestic cistern barometers and marine barometers. Alexander Adie died in 1858.

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