Height 5inches Width 7inches
An aneroid desk barometer by C W Dixey, the 4inch silvered dial with blued indicator and gilt recorder needles divided to 32 millibars, with curved bar Fahrenheit thermometer, the gilt brass case engraved ‘Sold by C. W. Dixey, Optician to the Queen, New Bond St, London’, and set behind a glass viewing port into a sloping birds-eye maple box with ebony stringing and a similar inscription set into the top, with the original key, English, c 1850.
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