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Regency UN-Named Wheel Antiquebarometer
Regency UN-Named Wheel Antiquebarometer Regency UN-Named Wheel Antiquebarometer Regency UN-Named Wheel Antiquebarometer Regency UN-Named Wheel Antiquebarometer
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A Flame Mahogany Upside Down William IV Mahogany Regency Un-Named Wheel AntiqueBarometer

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A Flame Mahogany Upside Down William IV Mahogany Regency Un-Named Wheel AntiqueBarometer, the fine quality break arch pediment surmounted by a ormolu finial, the well figured flame mahogany upside down case with the dial unusually at the top surmounted by a brass urn shaped final within the break arch top, the silvered engraved 8" diameter main-register contained within a cast polished brass bezel with convex glass, the bayonet fixed mercury thermometer with silvered engraved scale, circa 1830-1840 Size: 45" x 14" x 2".

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Regular Price: £1,500.00

Special Price £900.00

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Product Code: BR677

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A Flame Mahogany Upside Down William IV Mahogany Regency Un-Named Wheel AntiqueBarometer, the fine quality break arch pediment surmounted by a ormolu finial, the well figured flame mahogany upside down case with the dial unusually at the top surmounted by a brass urn shaped final within the break arch top, the silvered engraved 8" diameter main-register contained within a cast polished brass bezel with convex glass, the bayonet fixed mercury thermometer with silvered engraved scale, circa 1830-1840 Size: 45" x 14" x 2".

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