Provenance - From Grade II listed Tregada House in Cornwall
This is a splendid oak-cased barograph encased in thick bevelled glass on four sides plus the top. It dates from 1914 and is therefore very much an antique.
Features include a thermometer not usually seen on barographs and a chart draw to store the winding key, original instructions and spare charts. Inside the case is also a place for the ink bottle to be stored.
The barograph comes complete with the original winding key, spare charts, original ink bottle and chart template for replacement charts.
The barograph takes barometric measurements which in turn are recorded on a paper record sheet which is mounted on a clockwork revolving cylinder. The cylinder makes one full revolution every 7 days.
The barograph is in full working order and is in lovely condition and the movement is happily ticking away. The case is also in wonderful condition just minor marks commensurate with age
The approximate dimensions are:
Length - 14 inches / 36 cm
Depth - 8 1/2 inches / 22 cm
Height - 8 1/4 inches / 21 cm
- Sewills of Liverpool
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