Wheel or Banjo Barometers

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A most unusual wheel barometer. English, mid 19th century.
#4180

English wheel with 6" dial by Stanley, Peterborough.
circa 1840.
#4130

A fine English wheel barometer by John Martin of Maidstone with a 10" dial.
circa 1835.
#4020

English wheel barometer with a clock by M Woller Birmingham. 12 inch dial.
circa 1810.
#4015

Mother of Pearl inlay, 10" dial, English.
circa 1850.
#4060

English mahogany inlaid wheel barometer by Pitsalla.
circa 1810.
#4035

French 8" wheel barometer with rosewood veneers.
circa 1820.
#4040

English wheel barometer with 12 inch dial, mother of pearl inlay by T. Rabone, London.
circa 1850.
#4025

Eight inch dial mahogany wheel barometer by Manticha.
circa 1785
#4185

American 10 inch, mahogany wheel barometer made by Louis A. Smith, New York.
circa 1830
#4145

A very rare 12" dial by M. Sala who worked in Preston, England. Wonderful condition, 14" wide by 47" tall. Gorgeous mahogany veneers.
circa 1820
#4220

Fine English wheel barometer with mahogany veneers and shell inlays by Medici.
circa 1820
#4055




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