Stick Barometers

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Super fine bow front stick barometer made by Robert B. Bate of London.
circa 1820.
#3355

English stick barometer by Dolland.
circa 1785.
#2210

A wonderful American stick barometer made by D. E. Lent of Rochester, New York.
circa 1860.
#3235

A superb American stick by Wilder of Peterborough New Hampshire.
circa 1860.
#3330

American stick barometer with ripple carving and paper register plates. Made by C. W. Pease of Ontario NY.
circa 1835.
#3220.

A cottage barometer by Alexander Adie, Edinburgh.
circa 1810.
#2125.

A fine English stick barometer by Peter Hill of Edinburgh. Hill worked from 1801 to 1828.
#2180

Fine American Marine Barometer made by E. & G.W. Blunt of New York.
circa 1854.
#3325

Mahogany stick barometer made by J. W. Queen & Co of Philadelphia.
circa 1850.
#3310

American mahogany stick barometer by Barber, Hartford, CT.
circa 1860.
#3315

A great English stick barometer by Gilbert and Sons, London.
circa 1810.
#2270

A fine English mahogany stick by Yeates & Son of Dublin, Ireland.
circa 1845.
#2285

A very fine American stick made by C. Wilder of Peterboro, New Hampshire. Maple case with original finish.
circa 1860.
#3345




C. Neville Lewis
The Barometer Shop
576 Pleasant Point Rd.
Cushing, ME 04563
Phone 207-354-8055 / Cell 207-650-3510