Barometers & Barographs For Sale Shropshire

What is a barometer ?

A barometer in its current form was originally devised back in the 18th century when the aristocracy used it to measure atmospheric pressure which influenced decisions about their agricultural and domestic plans.

There are many types of barometers utilising both mercury filled tubes and mechanical ‘aneroid’ movements and will give an indication of what to expect weather wise!

A nice Victorian stick barometer in Rosewood with thermometer by W.H Young of Boston, Lincolnshire. Dating to c1870.

Priced at £695

A fine Negretti and Zambra brass cased Master Barometer in it’s original case.

Date to c1890

Priced at £395

An unusual Negretti and Zambra brass cased barometer with the case bearing the Naudet (PNHB) stamp.

Dates to c1870

Priced at £295

A Casella military pocket barometer in case. British Army, India.

Dates to c1930

Priced at £195

Large Victorian carved stick barometer. Cotterill of Shrewsbury.

Dates to c1880

Priced at £1,450

Unusual Gothic style table barometer with rare beautifully engraved silvered dial and curved thermometer. Approx. height is 12″.

Dates to c1880

Priced at £245

A superb quality oak cased barograph by the renown makers, Negretti and Zambra. This is a top quality instrument with both an interior barometer dial and thermometer. It has been fully restored to it’s former glory and is truly not only an exceptional barograph but a wonderful display piece.

Dates to c1900

Priced at £1,500

A Casella Barograph within an enclosed mahogany case

Dates to c1950

Priced at £595

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