Antique Victorian & Edwardian Aneroid Barometers For Sale
View a range of antique and collectable aneroid barometers from the Victorian and Edwardian periods. Made from an alloy of beryllium and copper, the small metal box (anaroid cell) measures the atmospheric pressure using the expansion of the metal. Aneroid barometers work differently than mercury ones and was first invented by Lucien Vidi a French scientist in 1844. Whether it’s an art-deco style aneroid barometer or elegant oak aneroid weather measuring barometer Antiques Store.co.uk offers for sale a large range of aneroid weather measuring instruments from reputable UK antique dealers as well as private collectors.
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