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A very good quality wheel barometer incorporating a fusee timepiece with white enamel dial.

Silvered brass dials to the barometer, spirit level, thermometer and hydrometer. Blued steel hands and a brass setting hand. The mahogany case with swan neck pediment and brass finial to the top, boxwood and ebony cross-banding and a heavy concave cast brass bezel.

Height: 48 ½” or 123cm
CIRCA. 1820


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