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Barograph. In a light oak, 5-glass case. Circa: 1910 (Edwardian period).

A superior quality, beautiful and totally original barograph.

Stock No:   14484

The 8 day duration, drum timepiece clock movement with its original and top-mounted, Cylinder, platform escapement. Contained in a revolving 3 3/4" diameter brass chart drum. This is mounted upon the top base tier as is the barometric cradle with an 8-tiered stack.

The superior nib on the end of the floating arm is refilled when the chart is changed weekly from its side-mounted glass ink bottle and dipper.

The timepiece movement is wound weekly by removing the top cover to expose the fixed winding key and the platform escapement with protective horns that can be adjusted for regulating the timekeeping.

There is also a chart-change holding bar to lift the nib away from the drum when necessary and for transit.

The light oak, heavily constructed case has a 5-glass cover that simply fits over the top tier of the moulded base and is lifted off to operate the device. All of the glass panels are thick and bevelled and the base contains a double-depth, chart drawer.

* Barographs are not only attractive but also provide a good deal of fun when operated. They also provide a lasting record of local weather conditions.

Dimensions:          The moulded base is 14 1/4" wide x 8 1/2" deep and the height is 8 1/4"

Circa:                    1910.

Condition:              Excellent and working perfectly. Cosmetically this device is exceptional for its age and is
                              undamaged. It has aged beautifully and it has a wonderful glow to the case. It is wholly
                              original but I have fitted a new nib because the old one was worn out! It will be supplied
                              with a year's worth of high quality charts and ample non-blotting ink. It will be fully
                              overhauled and guaranteed and it is this work that adds considerable value and
                              provides piece of mind. If maintained correctly, this device will serve you indefinitely.
                              These are also excellent gifts and future family Heirlooms.

Price:                     £2,250. This will include a complete overhaul to the clock movement and a service to
                              the barometer.

Barograph. In a light oak, 5-glass case. Circa: 1910 (Edwardian period).
  • Barograph. In a light oak, 5-glass case. Circa: 1910 (Edwardian period).
  • Barograph. In a light oak, 5-glass case. Circa: 1910 (Edwardian period).
  • Barograph. In a light oak, 5-glass case. Circa: 1910 (Edwardian period).
  • Barograph. In a light oak, 5-glass case. Circa: 1910 (Edwardian period).
  • Barograph. In a light oak, 5-glass case. Circa: 1910 (Edwardian period).
  • Barograph. In a light oak, 5-glass case. Circa: 1910 (Edwardian period).
  • Barograph. In a light oak, 5-glass case. Circa: 1910 (Edwardian period).
  • Barograph. In a light oak, 5-glass case. Circa: 1910 (Edwardian period).
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