Aneroid Barometers

First introduced at the London Great Exhibition in 1851, Aneroid Barometers, [literally meaning 'without liquid'], quickly became an attractive alternative to the traditional Mercury Barometer.

Being unconstrained as to size or shape they were produced in a wide variety of forms, from the pocket-sized traveller's Barometer to large ornately decorated domestic pieces.

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Please note that the 2009 EU Mercury regulations DO NOT affect antique barometers in any way.
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