London, South Kensington
27 March 2002
A George IV mahogany and line inlaid stick barometer, first quarter 19th century
The case with broken arch pediment and glazed door, thumb-nail mouldings to the trunk, replaced? moulded cistern cover, the silvered dial signed B. Peverely FECIT and with alcohol thermometer -- 38in. (97cm.) high
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