A Victorian carved oak aneroid barometer,
Lot 207
A Victorian carved oak aneroid barometer,
Sold for £60 (US$ 99) inc. premium
Auction Details
Art and Antiques Oxford
4 Aug 2010 11:00 BST

Auction 18106
Lot Details
A Victorian carved oak aneroid barometer,
fitted with a thermometer, 78cm high
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