Batty Storr of York

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Batty Storr (1710-1793) was a well-established clockmaker and watchmaker based at Minster Gates in York. York, with its burgeoning wool trade, was not only the great commercial centre of the North, but had also developed into the principal centre of culture to rival London.

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BATTY STORR OF YORK (1710-1793)
A George II mahogany stick barometer by Batty Storr of York (4449401)
An exceptionally rare mid 18th century mahogany barometer of large proportions, the broken-arched pediment centred by a turned ivory urn finial abo...
£10000-50000
Ronald Phillips Ltd
BATTY STORR OF YORK (1710-1793)
George II Mahogany Barometer
Solid mahogany frame with some delicately carved stringed edging and curved gadrooned top with central finial. The impressively carved cistern cov...
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Neill Robinson Blaxill F.B.H.I.