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Barometer makers and retailers, 1660-1900

Edwin Banfield

Barometer makers and retailers, 1660-1900

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Published by Baros Books in Trowbridge, Wiltshire .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Barometer makers -- Great Britain -- Directories.,
    • Barometer manufacture -- Great Britain -- Directories.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEdwin Banfield.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQC886 .B363 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 246 p. :
      Number of Pages246
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1346639M
      ISBN 100948382066
      LC Control Number92234146
      OCLC/WorldCa28338196

      Refer to Barometer Makers and Retailers, by Edwin Banfield to find names of makers. TAKE CARE: Never lay a mercury barometer flat. Transport a mercury barometer in a plastic bag in case the glass tube holding the mercury breaks or leaks. Never take a mercury barometer on an airplane. Clean surfaces with a dry microfiber cloth.


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Barometer makers and retailers, 1660-1900 by Edwin Banfield Download PDF EPUB FB2

Barometer Makers and Retailers [Banfield, Edwin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Barometer Makers and Retailers /5(1). An alphabetical list of more than makers and retailers who were active in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland from the time the barometer was developed for weather forecasting, around : Barometer Makers and Retailers () by Banfield, Edwin and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at Price Range: $ - $ The book is two hundred and fortysix pages of barometer retailers and makers.

Where possible there are dates provided for the 1660-1900 book of the business or life of the person. The publication of this book may flush out makers who are missing and might provide a supplement, or if sufficient, the core of a second edition.5/5(2).

Buy Barometer Makers and Retailers, by Edwin Banfield from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Edwin Banfield. Barometer Makers and Retailers - by Banfield, Edwin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book is an alphabetical list of over 4, barometer makers and retailers who were active in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland from the time of the earliest domestic instruments up to The list includes working or estimated working dates, business addresses where known and other activities engaged in by makers.

Barometer Makers and Retailers Author: Edwin Banfield pages, 1st edition. This book contains the names of the great majority of barometer makers, but only some of the vast number of retailers such as clock and watch makers, opthalmic opticians and chemists who were in business all over the country during the period.

Barometer Makers and Retailers. Barometer Makers and Retailers - - by Edwin Banfield Price includes UK delivery. Add to cart View. £ Available. Select to compare. Ref A 2nd Edition of the first book written by Philip Collins on barometers. Banfield (E.): Barometer Makers and Retailers - NEW.

pages, a few illustrations, A very useful listing of barometer makers and reailers. Also useful for dating Victorian clocks and scientific instruments sold by the same retailers after Genre/Form: Directories: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Banfield, Edwin. Barometer makers and retailers, Trowbridge, Barometer makers and retailers Baros Books, Stick or Cistern Tube, and Barometers: Wheel or Banjo(all ), Visiting Cards and Cases(, now out of print), Barometer Makers and Retailers –(), The Italian Influence on English Barometers from () and The Banfield Family Collection of Barometers(), as well as many Barometer makers and retailers on different aspects of antique.

Gardner & Co, a partnership between T.R. and William Gardner, are recorded in Banfield, Edwin, Barometer Makers & Retailersas working from 53 Buchanan Street, Glasgow between Dimensions: 3” diameter 1660-1900 book 1½” deep. Stock No: SX Price: £ A Corti is recorded in Banfields 'Barometer Makers and Retailers' book as working in London from at 7 Grenville Street.

There is also a maker of the same name in Glasgow but his working dates are later. Height 38 " / 97 cms Width 9 1/2 " / 24 cms Depth 2 1/2 " / 6 cms. £ (US$ ) (Euro ). He exhibited at the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in and was, without doubt, the leading scientific barometer maker of his day.

The business was taken over by Negretti & Zambra in '. (Edwin Banfield, 'Barometer Makers & Retailers ). Unless otherwise stated all barometer prices include local delivery (50 miles).

According to Edwin Blanfield () in Barometer Makers and RetailersJ. Long of Tiverton Devon was active from page. Please see the pictures as part of the description.

Lot details No. of items 1 Object wheel barometer Material Wood, Mahogany Manufacturer/ Brand J. Long of Tiverton. Poncione Colomba & Co. is listed in Edwin Banfield’s book, “Barometer Makers and Retailers – ” Banfield lists their working dates as This is a very sleek and narrow form.

The top of the case is fitted with a break pediment molding that centers a single brass urn shaped finial. Barometer Makers and Retailers, Edwin Banfield. out of 5 stars 2. Paperback. 4 offers from £ Antique Barometers: An Illustrated Survey Edwin Banfield.

out of 5 stars 1. Paperback. 9 offers from £ Barometers: Aneroid and Reviews: 3. According to Edwin Banfield in Barometer Makers And Retailers, Baros Books, Wiltshire, England, Felix Martin was a watch and clock maker in Swansea from We had and sold a nearly identical barometer with a plain, but signed dial by this maker.

For a detailed history of the origin and development of the marine barometer, see chapter 8 of Banfield in which numerous examples of these fascinating instruments are illustrated. Bibliography: Barometer Makers and Retailers – by Edwin Banfield, Baros Books.

A partnership between William Spencer, Samual Browning and Ebenezer Rust who were all apprentices to Richard Rust. Cited after Banfield: BAROMETER MAKERS AND RETAILERS - (more information HERE).

Partenariat entre William Spencer, Samual Browning et Ebenezer Rust qui avaient tous trois fait leur apprentissage chez Richard Rust (pour plus de. Elliott Brothers is recorded in Banfield, Edwin, Barometer Makers and Retailers, as working in Charing Cross from The partnership between Frederick Henry and Charles Alfred Elliott was formed to take over the business of.

Barometer Makers and Retailers by Edwin Banfield,Baros Books English Barometers by Nicholas Goodison, Antique Collectors' Club (England) The History of the Barometer by W. Knowles Middleton. According to Edwin Banfield(Barometer Makers And Retailers ), Molton was known to have worked from London, and was registered at Dove Lane and St.

Lawrence's Steps in Norwich H. 38". Sold (Click for more images). Salteri & Co. London. c A good early 8" mahogany Sheraton wheel barometer.

He exhibited at the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in and was, without doubt, the leading scientific barometer maker of his day. The business was taken over by Negretti & Zambra in '. (Edwin Banfield, 'Barometer Makers & Retailers ).

I didn't fine Morison Brothers but Banfield's Barometer Makers and Retailers shows a Thomas Morison working in London between He is listed as a watchmaker. Hope this helps. Barometer Makers and Retailers, (Trowbridge, Wiltshire): Baros Books First Edition. ix, [1], pp., /4 x 9 inches.

8vo. Red, white and black printed wrappers. Sticker mark on front flyleaf. Near Fine. Wraps. [] An extensive listing of barometer makers, with some additional notes such as dates and locations.

Very Book Edition: First Edition. This English stick barometer is beautifully decorated with veneered mahogany wood. With the original paper calibration plates, signed Rocketi Fecit, with a Nonius sliding system, year of construction approximately John Merry Ronchetti possibly worked in Holborn and Bloomsbury, London, from Literature: Edwin Banfield () Barometer Makers and Retailers For a detailed history of the origin and development of the marine barometer, see chapter 8 of Banfield in which numerous examples of these fascinating instruments are illustrated.

Bibliography: Barometer Makers and Retailers – by Edwin Banfield, Baros Books. English Barometers - by Nicholas Goodison, Antique Signed. The firm Reynolds & Son is listed at 32 Crutched Friars, London during the years of – This information can be found in Edwin Banfield’s book, “Barometer Makers and Retailers – ” This is a wonderful marine barometer made circa The mahogany case features an ornately turned and carved column.

Baird & Tatlock is recorded as working in Scotland from onwards, and in London from (Banfield, 'Barometer Makers and Retailers, '). Instruments were manufactured for the Admiralty, the War Office, the India Office and the Crown Agents for the Colonies and, although this piece bears no military or government identifiers, it.

Choose from + Antique Barometers, prices from £ to £14, Only Genuine Antique Barometers Approved. Date of Manufacture declared on all Antique Barometers. James Joseph Hicks is recorded in Banfield, Edwin Barometers Makers and Retailers, as working from 8 Hatton Garden from and 8, 9 & 10 Hatton Garden, London from onwards, though other sources cite the date of expansion as Access Google Sites with a free Google account (for personal use) or G Suite account (for business use).

I will agree with everything the previous reviewer wrote. I, too, have a number of barometer books, and while this is a lovely volume, it really does concentrate on English 18th century instruments which a)are very rare; b)stratospherically ne has never been of practical use other than to cover the ground between the invention of the barometer and Reviews: 4.

Edwin Banfield (Barometer Makers and RetailersBaros Books,p) makes a Hamburg connection with Thomas Harris & Son, who at this time were at 30 Hyde Street, Bloomsbury.

Presumably there was a family connection. Provenance: Private collection Hampshire (ref. B27). Alexander Adie is recorded in Banfield, Edwin BAROMETER MAKERS AND RETAILERS as born and dying in Adie was the nephew of John Miller, one of the leading Scottish makers of Scientific Instruments in the 18th century and was apprenticed to him in George Burton is a noted instrument maker whose instruments including two barometers were taken on Captain James Cook's second voyage of discovery in and by William Gooch on his voyage to South America in Banfield's 'Barometer Makers & Retailers, ' lists him as working c from High Street, Southwark, London.

A Regency inlaid mahogany mercury wheel barometer, A. Rivolta, Chester, early 19th century. The 8 inch circular silvered register calibrated in inches, with the usual observations and signed A. Rivolta, Chester to centre, with concave cast brass bezel and brass setting pointer to glass beneath arched Fahrenheit scale alcohol thermometer flanked by conch shell inlaid oval.

The definitive history of domestic barometers made between andtheir makers and retailers. The book provides a brief technical introduction explaining how barometers work, biographies of the fifty most important makers and a listing of 2, other makers.

As he points out, not all were genuine makers - some were undoubtedly retailers and/or 'assemblers' of barometers. His theory is that wholesale makers supplied provincial shops with barometers, and if the order was large enough, the wholesaler engraved the instrument with the maker's name together with the retailer's town.Barometers - twenty one titles: Goodison, Nicholas ENGLISH BAROMETERS Antique Collectors' Club, Woodbridgedj; Goodison, Nicholas ENGLISH BAROMETERS first edition, Cassell and Company Limited, Londondj; Banfield, Edwin, a set of three works BAROMETERS, Wheel or Banjo; BAROMETERS, Stick or Cistern Tube and BAROMETERS.

For a detailed history of the origin and development of the marine barometer, see chapter 8 of Banfield in which numerous examples of these fascinating instruments are illustrated.

Bibliography: Barometer Makers and Retailers – by Edwin Banfield, Baros Books. English Barometers - by Nicholas Goodison, Antique Collectors.