Posts tagged altimeter

Antique J. HICKS, LONDON Gentleman’s Brass Pocket Barometer Altimeter, 1900

From my Barometer collection: Here we have an Antique, J. HICKS, LONDON, Gentleman’s Gilt Brass Compensated Aneroid Pocket Barometer Altimeter, 1900. Casella of Hatton Garden, London in 1852, where by 1860 he had filed. The first of many patents, principally relating to meteorological and clinical thermometers, but covering other items such as barometers, hydrometers [...]

Antique NEGRETTI & ZAMBRA, LONDON Gentleman’s Brass Pocket Barometer Altimeter

From my Barometer collection: Here we have an Antique, NEGRETTI & ZAMBRA , Gentleman’s Gilt Brass Compensated Aneroid Pocket Barometer Altimeter, 1800’s! . Was a company that produced scientific (philosophical) and optical instruments and also operated a photographic studio based in London, England. Henry Negretti (18181879) and Joseph Zambra (18221897) formed a [...]

Antique F. ROBSON & CO. Gentleman’s Brass Pocket Aneroid Barometer Altimeter

From my Barometer collection: Here we have an Antique, F. NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE, ENGLAND, Gentleman’s Gilt Brass Compensated Aneroid Pocket Barometer Altimeter. Robson & Co, established their company at 46 Dean St. They were well known Opticians and mathematical instrument makers who manufactured optical and miscellaneous instruments, including Barometers. They operated until approx. The [...]

Short & Mason 1900 Vintage Pocket Aneroid Barometer Altimeter Working Condition

Model: aneroid pocket barometer/altimeter. Vintage: 1880 – 1910. Serial Number: D 14738. Case: Material: gilded brass. Style: round, open face, snap back, rotating bezel. Approximate Size: 51 mm across, 72 mm to the top of the bow. Condition: good vintage condition with light scratches, patina, loss of some of the gilded finish, [...]

Antique Pocket Altimeter Barometer Made By Tycos Short Mason London

ANTIQUE TYCOS POCKET BAROMETER ALTIMETER. This is a late 19th century aneroid barometer altimeter used by early travelers and explorers. The barometer scale goes from 23-31 inches and the altimeter scale ranges from zero to 8000 feet adjusted by a bezel. The body of the device is made from gilded [...]

Compensato Ing. A. Salmoiraghi & C. Milano BAROMETER & ALTIMETER FULLY WORKING

Milano BAROMETER & ALTIMETER FULLY WORKING 8cm // 3.2. The item “Compensato Ing. A. Salmoiraghi & C. Milano BAROMETER & ALTIMETER FULLY WORKING” is in sale since Tuesday, November 14, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Science & Medicine (Pre-1930)\Scientific Instruments\Barometers”. [...]

Antique Altitude ALTIMETER 1888 British BROAD ARROW Marking by T. Wheeler London

DATED 1888 and with British Government “BROAD ARROW” that signifies that this Altimiter was once British Government Property and likely produced for a Military Contract. The previous owner advised that he believed that this was USED by the fledgling British Army ROYAL FLYING [...]

ANTIQUE LUFFT WRIST ALTIMETER serial no 22579- Leather Case

Vintage luffft compens altimeter appears to work and in nice shape. Leather box has a couple missing pieces. The item “ANTIQUE LUFFT WRIST ALTIMETER serial no 22579- Leather Case” is in sale since Friday, October 20, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Science & Medicine (Pre-1930)\Scientific Instruments\Barometers”. The seller is [...]

Antique 1900 Cased Compensated Pocket Brass Barometer Altimeter England N Mint

You are biding on beautiful antique (late 1800’s, early 1900’s) compensated pocket barometer and altimeter (made in England). Original brown with blue velvet interior hard case. About 3 by 2 and 1 thick, 1-7/8 dial diameter. EXCELLENT, NEAR MINT CONDITION WITH NO CRACKS, BROKEN PARTS, DEFECTS (JUST LIGHT/NORMAL SIGNS OF [...]

Antique Pocket Altimeter Barometer Made By Tycos Short Mason London

ANTIQUE TYCOS POCKET BAROMETER ALTIMETER. This is a late 19th century aneroid barometer altimeter used by early travelers and explorers. The barometer scale goes from 23-31 inches and the altimeter scale ranges from zero to 8000 feet adjusted by a bezel. The body of [...]