Please scroll through our current stock of antique mercurial barometers offered for sale.
All of our barometers are carefully chosen for originality and their overall quality. Barometers are fully restored and guaranteed for 12 months.
There were two basic forms of barometer made from C.1680 to C.1880, the wheel (or banjo) barometer and the stick barometer. The earlier of the two being the stick barometer. Barometers from this early period are extremely rare.
Barometers can be delivered in the UK Free of Charge either by ourselves or carrier but please contact us if you are overseas as due to new rules and regulations regarding the shipment of mercury there are now some restrictions.
18th century stick barometer by Peter Dollond of London
C.1775 / 41"
Antique Wheel Barometer by Matthew Woller of Birmingham
C.1800 / 41"
Bow Fronted Stick Barometer by Francis Rubergall of London
C.1810 / 40"
Bow Fronted Stick Barometer by Fraser of New Bond Street, London
C.1810 / 40"
Early Wheel Barometer by Joseph Somalvico of Holborn, London
C.1800 / 36"
L. Malacrida - 237 Holborn, London
C.1820 / 37"
Large Mahogany Wheel Barometer by George Dollond of London
C.1825 / 46"
London made antique Wheel Barometer
C.1820 / 39"
London made mahogany wheel barometer
C.1825 / 40"
Mahogany Wheel Barometer by Joseph Butti of Taunton
C.1835 / 43"
Mahogany Wheel Barometer by Schiavi of Chesham
C.1820 / 38½"
Pozzi & Co of Wootton Bassett - Mahogany Wheel Barometer
C.1805 / 39"
Rare Clock/Barometer by Russell of Liverpool
C.1825 / 55"
Rare Wheel Barometer by Somalvico of London
C.1835 / 38"
Richardson of London - Mahogany Stick Barometer
C.1790 / 38½"
Stick Barometer by Jacopi of Salop