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weather stationbarograph


£2,500 | $3,084 USD | €2,890 EUR
Item Number: SA390968
Date of manufacture: 1870
Current Status: in stock
Seller: Rayment Antiques
Seller on Sellingantiques since: 14 February 2014

A rare Oak cased Weather Station by J. H. Steward, 456 West Strand, London. (Maker). The Clock has an 8 day fusee movement, and the Barometer scales read 28 31. The central recording drum is driven by the Clock, and readings are marked in pencil once every hour. There is also a Max/Min Thermometer situated below the Drum.
Measurements: 26x 16.1/2 x 8 deep.
66 cms x 42 cms x 20 cms
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Internal Ref: 8956

Height = 42 cm (17")
Width = 66 cm (26")
Depth = 20 cm (8")

About the Date of Manufacture
This antique was produced in 1870. At the time that this antique was being crafted, Victoria, the only child of Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg and Edward Duke of Kent, was the Queen of England.

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This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as 1870.


Height = 42 cm (17")
Width = 66 cm (26")
Depth = 20 cm (8")

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Rayment Antiques

Orchard House
Barton Rd
SY14 7HT
United Kingdom
Tel: 01829 270 429
Int'l Tel: +44 1829 270 429
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