London, South Kensington
11 July 2006
A Victorian mahogany and line inlaid wheel barometer, circa 1840
The case with swan neck cresting and tapering trunk, hygrometer above alcohol thermometer, cast brass bezel and convex glass to 9¾ in. diameter silvered dial, the spirit level below inscribed WARRANTED CORRECT (tube removed) -- 43¼ in. (110 cm.) high
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