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Mercurial barometers

These barometers are exceptional value for money and apart from forecasting the weather, they are usually also very attractive pieces of furniture.

*There are many good books written on this subject but a little known example has been brought to my attention. The author is Mrs. Jean May who has painstakingly produced a book entitled "Aianos Remenbered". Being a decendant of these well known barometer makers she has compiled this work of 104 pages tracing the history and examples of the family and it is a fascinating read as well as an incredible reference work. It is the culmination of years of dedicated research and can be purchased for £12.00 plus P & P from:

Perfect Publishers Ltd.
23 Maitland Avenue

The ISBN numver is: 13 978-1905399482

Aianos Remembered....

Rare and Early 'Sheraton' banjo barometer of the first period by Walter Gough, London. Cir

Rare and Early 'Sheraton' banjo barometer of the first period by Walter Gough, London. Circa 1785.

For the discerning collector. Stock No:   14252 This is a lovely example of a late 18th Century barometer that has good colour and is in great condition. The substantial solid case with well-figured mahogany veneer, having a swan-necked pediment with ivory paterae and centre ball finial...

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Rare mahogany mercurial banjo barometer.

Georgian mahogany mercurial 'four dial' banjo barometer with unusual veneer.

A very attractive and original straight grain barometer Stock No:   14333 The banjo style mahogany case has a broken swan neck pediment with central brass urn, a top hygrometer above a long and slender mercurial thermometer with a well engraved silvered scale and within a removable glass fronted box...

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Late Georgian Barometer

Late Georgian Barometer

Georgian wheel barometer. Stock No:   14065 This has a well shaped, figured mahogany, four dial case with a Swan-neck pediment and flat bottom. It has a brass top finial, hygrometer dial, long mercurial thermometer with a silver brass scale...

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Shell barometer

Sheraton style banjo barometer.

A mercury wheel barometer. Stock No:   14135 This is a lovely example of an early 19th Century barometer that has good colour and is in great condition. Having 2 dials (Thermometer & Barometer), the waisted mahogany case with ebony and boxwood stringing around the edge and shell design marquetry to the top, bottom and waisted sides...

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A good Georgian banjo barometer by George Dollond of London for sale. C.1830.

Exceptional original barometer by a good maker. This larger than usual piece is in fabulous original condition. It has never been restored and has traces of the original gilding to the cast, Sheraton style bezel. It is well proportioned with a swan neck pediment, hygrometer dial, mercurial themometer in a bow front box, a beautifully engraved, top quality 10 inch silvered barometer dial and a lower mock spirit level dial bearing the...

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