Archives for November 2014

Early etched glass house thermometer with original copper mounts VINTAGE OLD

Antique thermometer mounted on a thick piece of beveled and etched glass. Thermometer tube is filled with blue alcohol that has filled the tube as seen in pics. Does not read accurately. Experts in c1900 thermometers may know how to remedy this. Thermometer is 7 3/4 inches tall. Has original copper mounting brackets. These are [...]

Holosteric Barometer US Coast Guard Signed John Bliss & Co C. 1891-1898

Coast guard, signed john bliss & co. New york, made in france on inside round plate. This scientific instrument is housed in its original box. It has a brass body with brass inner components. John bliss & co: n. Located at 128 front street, ca. Advertised as chronometer maker. The barometer is listed in the [...]

Modernist Art Deco Clocks And Barometers

Antique Mid 19th Century Brass Navy Ship Stick Barometer Civil War Time

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Rough Science 6 Bugs And Barometers

Barometer Example Problem


Antique pocket barometer made by j. 2 3/8 diameter case. As is – may not be in working condition. We always work with customer to answer questions/solve issues. Please notify us immediately if you have any issues or plan a return. Large items may take 2 – 3 days to process. Signature may be required [...]

How To Pronounce Barometers

19th Century Inlaid Design Rosewood Working Barometer plus Thermometer

19th century inlaid design rosewood working barometer plus thermometer. This is a good working barometer and also a good working thermometer on it. It is 34″ tall, 12 1/2″ wide and 2 1/2 deep. It just needs a good dusting and polishing or ever what you do to barometers. This is as nice a barometer [...]


With both instrunets in the leather case [which is intact completely and in excellent condition] it measures approx 6 1/2 inches in diameter and 5 1/4 inches in diameter by 4 inches deep. These instruments have been in the same family for the last 150 years or so and the entire estate has stayed intact. [...]