it's signed 'Army Navy Stores Ltd, London' on the dial and is also compensated for temperature. The silvered dial is engraved 'certified, No 180, compensated FOR temperature, james lucking Co, birmingham, leicester worcester' and has a barometric scale range from 23 to 31 inches. The indicating set pointers are behind the scale in front of a frosted glass background, and the operating instructions are printed on the underside of the base, still covered with the original clear celluloid disc. The brass work mostly gold plated as original, not mint condition but very good. Dating to circa 1870 and in full working order, the barometeric scale ranges from 24 to 31 inches with a curved Fahrenheits thermometer. Case in fair condition, some marks beveled edged glass old with some scratches etc. Both cases are made of gilded brass, and in superb condition, with no denting or rubbing of the gilding.
Price Status Code UK P P Overseas SC1579 Click Image to View Gallery A fine example of a late Victorian pocket online dating telefonieren barometer with a rotating altimeter scale measuring zero to 8,000 feet. They went on to become the most prolific French barometer makers of the second half of the 19th century, and their designs were later widely copied. The makers were Richard Joseph Beck who excelled not only in the manufacture of barometers, but were especially renowned for their microscopes photographic lenses. Dating to the early part of the 20th century circa 1910, this is a quality barometer in full working order, set in an octagonal shaped carved Oak body decorated with an oak leaf pattern. Cutts, Sutton and Sons. Steward, 406 66 Strand 54 Cornhill, London, 722' and has a barometric scale range from 19 to 31 inches. Measuring 75mm in diameter and 28mm in depth, it comes in its original outer case ( inscribed 'C.C.C' on the lid ) with the makers stamp inside, and although in good condition closing flush it does not lock due to the missing catch. Price Status Code UK P P Overseas SC1881 Click Image to View Gallery This is a very elegant Goliath size aneroid pocket barometer with a decorative enamel face, made in London around the turn of the 20th century.