Location:Hertfordshire J18 OF M25,
Ships to: Worldwide,
Item:372518436474This superb quality gentleman's traveling barometer, thermometer and 8 day clock measures 145mm (5.75") x 100mm (4") x 25mm (1") and weighs 506 grams. It dates to the 1920's 30's and is marked LeCoultre to the barometer and the clock dial and is designed to be able to travel protected in its snake skin covered case which is then opened and used as an easel upon arrival. It is the deluxe version with the curly bulb to the thermometer and the snake skin covering and I am sure would have been seriously expensive new. It is in good antique condition with the clock ticking away well and keeping good time and the barometer and thermometer working as they should and is sold ready for use and display. The deluxe model from one of the top makers of the period sold with no reserve I am also selling a Movado travel purse watch this week so please look at my other listings International buyers are always welcome to this NO RESERVE auction. Postage outside the United Kingdom is at cost please contact me for a quote.Due to the recent large increase in UK postage rates I am happy for international buyers to arrange their own collection and domestic buyers to collect in person. Most international postage rates are listed as NOT signed for and NOT insured so if you require either please let me know and I will add it to your invoice. Sadly due to the terrible postage system in Italy, Russia, Australia & parts of China I will always add £5.15 to the postage charge for signed for to ensure it reaches the customer. If the item is listed as " Signed for " on the postage then obviously it is already included.If you have any questions please do contact me.All our items are extremely well packed to save them from damage in transit. If you are not happy with this article based on the information I have provided I will always happily refund minus the cost of any postage. All purchases must be paid for within 2 days of the end of the auction and will automatically open a case unless contact is made and agreed otherwise. Thanks very much for bidding on my items I really do appreciate the continued custom.Condition:Used, Period:1901 to 1950, Sub-Type:Barometers, Type:Scientific Instruments
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