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Thomas Rubergall - London. 19th Century mahogany Stick Barometer

c 1820
Elegant early 19th Century mahogany Stick Barometer; the case with arched top, edge moulded, with book-matched veneers laid in ‘herring-bone’ style; the silvered brass register plate classically engraved, signed by the maker and protected by glazed door. The original exposed barometer tube terminating within hemispherical cistern cover.

An illustrious London based instrument maker, working from premises in Coventry St. from 1805-54, whose patrons included King George III and the Duke of Clarence.
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