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HEATH & WING. A RARE GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER

HEATH & WING. A RARE GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER HEATH & WING. A RARE GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER
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HEATH & WING. A RARE GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER

Origin
London
Date
Circa 1760 to 1770
A rare George III period mahogany stick barometer inlaid with boxwood; the thermometer with Fahrenheit and Reaumur Scales.

Height: 36 ½ in (92.5 cm)

* Thomas Heath was a distinguished instrument-maker whose advertisements show that he made globes, spheres, weather-glasses, mathematical instruments with books on how to use them. Around 1750 he formed a partnership with his former apprentice, Tycho Wing, who was also his son-in-law.
Signed / Inscribed
HEATH and WING. LONDON
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