Stick Barometers

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A fine English mahogany stick by Yeates & Son of Dublin, Ireland.
circa 1845.

Fabulous American Mahogany stick barometer made in Philadelphia by L C Francis for J W Queen. Completely original.
circa 1840.

Superb American Fortin barometer by Henry J. Green of Brooklyn NY. Installed in a mahogany case. Completely original, no repairs. Main tube is 1-1/4 inch diameter which is a rare size
circa early 1900's.

English stick barometer by Dolland.
circa 1785.

American stick barometer by D E Lent, Rochester NY.
circa 1860.

A wonderful American stick barometer made by D. E. Lent of Rochester, New York.
circa 1860.

A superb American stick by Wilder of Peterborough New Hampshire.
circa 1860.

American stick barometer with ripple carving and paper register plates. Made by C. W. Pease of Ontario NY.
circa 1835.

A cottage barometer by Alexander Adie, Edinburgh.
circa 1810.

English trap door marine barometer with gimbal by Maspoli, Hull.
circa 1830.

Extremely rare 19th century American stick barometer made by Woodroffe of Boston, Mass. Original surface, tube and cistern.

Fine American Marine Barometer made by E. & G.W. Blunt of New York.
circa 1854.

Mahogany stick barometer made by J. W. Queen & Co of Philadelphia.
circa 1850.

American mahogany stick barometer by Barber, Hartford, CT.
circa 1860.

A great English stick barometer by Gilbert and Sons, London.
circa 1810.

A very fine American stick made by C. Wilder of Peterboro, New Hampshire. Maple case with original finish.
circa 1860.

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