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Online Galleries presents a fine selection of antique barometers for sale - our range is continually updated and includes the popular aneroid barometer, as well as a number of barographs for sale via our prestigious community of expert international antique dealers. As one of the world’s most respected community of art dealers and antique dealers, Online Galleries provides a safe, trade association-controlled environment where users can view and compare antique barometers for sale from our membership of specialist art and antiques dealers.If you wish to purchase or enquire about any of our antique barometers for sale from our pool of 300 dealers, for your convenience we supply a company profile and relevant contact details alongside each item which can be accessed directly from the Online Galleries site.

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A French Louis XV style kingwood and ormolu barometer
Mounted throughout with gilt bronze acanthus leaf scrolls and the royal fleur de lys in a cartouche at the bottom, the cartel wall mounting baromet...
£2900
Judy Fox Antiques
aneriod barometer
A Victorian anerioad barometer in a circular golden oak case with silvered 6" engraved dial.
£185
Hatchwell Antiques Ltd.
Joseph Somalvico - London. Good quality late 18th Century inlaid mahogany Wheel...
Good quality late 18th Century inlaid mahogany Wheel Barometer in essentially original condition; the well-proportioned case, with arched top and c...
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Alan Walker
STICK BAROMETER - Brookes of London
This is a very fine mahogany stick barometer from my own private collection made by Alfred Brooks who was working in 41 Ludgate street,London from ...
£2150
Steam Mill Clocks
Mahogany Stick Barometer - Watkins, Bristol
A fine quality early 19th Century mahogany stick barometer, the case with a break-arch pediment with a brass urn finial over the plates which are p...
£1150
Carlton Clocks Ltd.
EARLY GEORGIAN STICK BAROMETER
It is very rare to see a genuine stick barometer dating from the middle of the 18th century as these instruments did not become popular until 40 ye...
£1995
Steam Mill Clocks
OUTSTANDING WHEEL BANJO BAROMETER - James Gatty
I have decided to dispose of this magnificent barometer which has been part of my private collection and has taken over 30 years to acquire.The ph...
£3495
Steam Mill Clocks
Early 18th Century Walnut Barometer
A very good early 18th century walnut barometer, walnut veneers applied to the oak carcase with an open cistern cover, hood pillars and curved pedi...
£6850
Windsor House Antiques Ltd
A 19th Century Carved Walnut Stick Barometer
A 19th Century carved walnut stick barometer with a mercury filled tube, engraved register plates, twin adjustable gauges and a thermometer. The...
£1450
Bushwood Antiques
A FINE CHARLES X VERRE EGLOMISE BAROMETER
France, 1820 A fine verre eglomise wall mounted barometer and thermometer, the top with a polished brass star above a thermometer flanked by ora...
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Nicholas Wells Antiques Ltd
C19th Boxwood Thermometer and Barometer
A late C19th wall hanging meter showing Fahrenheit thermometer with an unusual crystal barometer, stormy change fair. High 6.5" Wide 2" Price ...
£140
G D Ginger Antiques
Black Forest Aneroid Barometer
A late 19th century Swiss carved wood Black Forest aneroid barometer and thermometer. The case is made from a carved wood frame made in the sh...
£595
Graham Smith Antiques
C19th Cased set of Instruments by Ross of London
Mid C19th cased set of thermometer, barometer and compass by Ross of London in it's original case. Case 5.25" x 3.5" Price £390
£390
G D Ginger Antiques
19c Oak Cased Stick Barometer by Smith & Beck 6 Coleman Street, London
An elegant oak cased stick barometer, having silvered dials signed Smith & Beck 6 Coleman Street, London. The dial with adjustable vernier via a br...
£1550
Nimbus Antiques
Miners Stick Barometer
A plain solid oak case stick barometer having canted corner detailing and light colour. It has a white dial with inchs of mercury and a Fahrenheit ...
£425
Worboys Antiques
Edwardian Gilt Metal Pocket Barometer
An Edwardian pocket barometer. The barometer has a gilded metal case with a silverised dial showing barometric pressures and a moveable oute...
£195
Graham Smith Antiques
A Victorian Walnut Aneroid Barometer
A Victorian solid walnut, Gothic design, aneroid barometer & thermometer, with engraved silvered dials and a brass bezel with bevelled glass. The m...
£575
Nimbus Antiques
A Fine Quality Regency Wheel Barometer A. Gatty
A fine quality, Regency mahogany wheel barometer, the mahogany veneered case with architectural pediment above dentil banding, cross banded edge wi...
£2385
Nimbus Antiques
George III Mahogany Barometer
An early 19th century George III mahogany cased barometer & thermometer. The barometer has silverised dials with the face signed B H & B Londo...
£825
Graham Smith Antiques
Negretti & Zambra - London. Rare 19th Century oak-cased “Fishery or Sea Coast Ba...
Rare 19th Century oak-cased “Fishery or Sea Coast Barometer” - No. 117 [an early example of this type of barometer], in original condition. T...
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Alan Walker
Victorian mahogany barometer by Hayward
A Victorian mahogany wheel barometer with box string banding, swan neck pediment and brass urn finial, by Hayward of Ashford, 10 inch diameter silv...
£1150
Hatchwell Antiques Ltd.
Victorian Oak Stick Barometer
A middle of the 19th century Scottish Victorian oak cased stick barometer with thermometer. The barometer has an ivory engraved weather indica...
£1550
Graham Smith Antiques
William & Samuel Jones - London. Attractive and well-proportioned mid-19th Cent...
Attractive and well-proportioned mid-19th Century ‘flame’ mahogany Stick Barometer in original condition. The “ogee” pediment over expertly...
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Alan Walker
Ciceri & Pini - Edinburgh. Mid-19th Century, rosewood 4-glass Wheel Barometer.
Mid-19th Century, rosewood 4-glass Wheel Barometer, the ‘swan-neck’ pediment over case, of ‘Rio’ rosewood, inset with engraved, silvered br...
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Alan Walker
Jacob Abraham - Bath. Very fine quality, early 19th Century maho...
Very fine quality, early 19th Century mahogany Stick Barometer in essentially original condition; the arched top over well-engraved silvered brass ...
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Alan Walker
James Mann - London. An early and attractively proportioned George II mahogany ...
An early and attractively proportioned George II mahogany Stick Barometer; the arched top containing engraved silvered brass register plates with s...
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Alan Walker
Henry Macrae - London. Good quality and unusual, mid 19th Century, rosewood-cas...
Good quality and unusual, mid 19th Century, rosewood-cased, ‘Improved’ Sympiesometer; the “ogee” pediment over finely engraved silvered bra...
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Alan Walker
Nineteenth century mahogany wheel barometer by John Davis of Edinburgh
Nineteenth century mahogany wheel barometer by John Davis of Edinburgh with an unusual 4 1/2" diameter silvered register, a detachable mercury ther...
£1400
John Beazor Antiques
George III Period Bow Fronted Barometer by Thomas Rubergall
A fine George III period bow fronted barometer by Thomas Rubergall ( 1802- 1854 ) of Coventry Street London in a finely figured ebony strung case.
£3200
Windsor House Antiques Ltd
Good quality, late 19th Century, brass-cased aneroid barometer in excellent orig...
Good quality, late 19th Century, brass-cased aneroid barometer in excellent original condition. The shaped case with loop suspension and well-engr...
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Alan Walker
William & Samuel Jones - London. An exceptional, late 18th Century mahogany Sti...
An exceptional, late 18th Century mahogany Stick Barometer; the front-to-back overhanging ‘swan-neck’ pediment, supported on side brackets. The...
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Alan Walker
Balthazar Knie - Edinburgh. Very attractive and unusual 18th Century inlaid mah...
Very attractive and unusual 18th Century inlaid mahogany Stick Barometer; the finely engraved silvered brass register plate, within the arched top,...
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Alan Walker
Fine 5inch [13cm] diameter brass cased aneroid barometer.
Fine 5inch [13cm] diameter brass cased aneroid barometer. The engraved, silvered brass dial with central cut out, revealing the aneroid movement,...
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Alan Walker
Lewis Casartelli - Manchester. A rare and very fine quality early 19th Century ...
A rare and very fine quality early 19th Century mahogany Wheel Barometer. The arched top over case, of figured mahogany, with profuse ‘rope-effec...
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Alan Walker
CARY, London A 19th century mahogany paddletop stick barometer
A good George III mahogany paddle stick barometer by this celebrated London maker. The elegant case has a figured and beautifully patinated mahog...
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Howard Walwyn Ltd Fine Antique Clocks
PETER DOLLOND (1731-1820)
Antique Stick Barometer by Peter Dollond of London
An excellent 18th century antique mahogany stick barometer from perhaps the most renowned of all barometer makers. The silvered brass scale is c...
£3050
Carlton Clocks Ltd.
Negretti & Zambra - London. Good quality and unusual 19th Century oak cased ‘Ad...
Good quality and unusual 19th Century oak cased ‘Admiral Fitzroy’s Storm Barometer’ - No. 1414 in essentially original condition. The porcel...
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Alan Walker
SHORT & MASON OF LONDON
Short and Mason Mahogany Barograph
A good example of a mid C20th mahogany 8-stack recording barometer by Short & Mason, first retailed by the Army & Navy Stores Limited, and numbered...
£1150
Carlton Clocks Ltd.
Antique marine barometer signed Nixon, London
An early 19th century mahogany Marine Barometer of exceptional quality and originality. The elegant carved fluted and turned case has an inset engr...
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Raffety Ltd
Barograph by Ross of London
A fine late 19th century Victorian barograph and thermometer by Ross of London. The mahogany cased barograph has a clock work barrel onto whic...
£1750
Graham Smith Antiques
Gimbal-mounted Antique Marine Stick Barometer
A nice example of a c.1870 rosewood stick barometer with square moulded pediment, mounted on brass gimbals. The ivory register plates are protec...
£2250
Carlton Clocks Ltd.
SHORT & MASON OF LONDON
Mahogany Cased Barograph 'Cyclo Stormograph'
A mahogany cased aneroid barograph made by Short and Mason dating to c.1925. The five glass sides are glazed within a mahogany frame and on a shape...
£595
Worboys Antiques
William Cary - London. Excellent, well-proportioned late 18th Century “flame” ...
Excellent late 18th Century “flame” mahogany Stick Barometer in essentially original condition; the arched top with finely engraved silvered br...
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Alan Walker
Pertuis, Hulot & Naudet Barometres - Paris. Fine 5inch [13cm] diameter brass cas...
Fine 5inch [13cm] diameter brass cased aneroid barometer in original condition. The well-engraved silvered brass dial with central cut out, revea...
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Alan Walker
Antony Torre - London. Attractive and good quality early 19th Century inlaid m...
Attractive and good quality early 19th Century inlaid mahogany Wheel Barometer. The 'break-arch' pediment over case, ebony banded and with cross-gr...
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Alan Walker