This Vintage Stainless Steel Yanagi Aneroid Barometer serves as a fluid-free device for measuring atmospheric pressure, featuring a partially evacuated metal chamber with a responsive corrugated lid.
French scientist Lucien Vidi invented the aneroid barometer in 1844. Underneath the glass, you’ll spot its name, Patent Number (957696), Type 8A, and the words “Compensated Temperature & Acceleration,” along with its origin in Tokyo, Japan.
Consider adding this barometer to your nautical-themed room or collection. Please note that its proper working condition is unknown, as it has not been tested.
Front Diameter: 7 1/2″
Glass Diameter: 6 1/2″
Base Diameter: 9 1/2″
Extends Of Wall: 4″
Weight: 6 lbs.