Mid-Nineteenth Century English Fusee Mahogany Wall Clock with Silver Dial, Barometer and Thermometer
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Mid-nineteenth century English mahogany wall clock with barometer and thermometer. This is a very rare and possibly unique type of setup as the clock and barometer sections are one piece. The clock is a single fusee, time only, of eight day duration, with a silver dial. The barometer is hallmarked that it was registered in September 1843. The tube of the barometer is missing as is the small back door, which is not visible from the front. The thermometer is intact and in working order. Height: Approx. 40"
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- Circa 1860.
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- Fine overall condition. Clock is in working oder. Barometer is missing its tube. Themometer is intact and working.
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