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Miniature Barograph by Richard Freres

A very well made mahogany base which is hinged to the case by nickel plated catches and carrying handle. The case has a gazed window to the front where you can view of the instrument without the need to open the case.

The movement is of 8 day duration enclosed in the drum, with 5 bellows and recording arm.

Phillip Collins book “Barographs” features this barograph.

Serviced and guaranteed for 3 years.
Height: 5″ or 13cm
Width: 7″ or 19cm
Depth: 4″ or 10cm
CIRCA. 1920


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