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Aneroid barometer made by Short and Mason

An aneroid barometer sitting on timber base with a removable glass lid. The barometer consists of a vertical recording drum that has a paper chart wrapped around it for recording one weeks worth of readings. Next to the drum are the brass parts of the pressure sensing mechanism with a long lever reaching to the recording drum.
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Aneroid barometer made by Short and Mason

An aneroid barometer sitting on timber base with a removable glass lid. The barometer consists of a vertical recording drum that has a paper chart wrapped around it for recording one weeks worth of readings. Next to the drum are the brass parts of the pressure sensing mechanism with a long lever reaching to the recording drum.
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