Fine Art & Antiques 11 December 2021, at 10am

135 Please note each lot is subject to a Buyer’s Premium charge of 26.4% inc. VAT 472 A ROSEWOOD 48-BUTTON CONCERTINA, PROBABLY BY LACHENAL & CO, with fret pierced ends and leather trimmed bellows, no. 26767, in mahogany case. £250.00-£350.00 473 AN EDWARDIAN CARVED OAK ANEROID BAROMETER, signed ‘Rauschke Ltd, Leeds’, with applied presentation plaque dated 1905. 85cm high £50.00-£70.00 474 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER, BY THOMAS JONES, 62 CHARING CROSS, with ivory dials. 96cm high Note:Thomas Jones of Charing Cross, was apprenticed to Jesse Ramsden in 1789 and was in his own business by 1806. He was instrument maker to The Duke of Clarence. He was at 62 Charing Cross from 1816 to 1850 and died in 1852 £200.00-£300.00 475 AN EARLYVICTORIAN ROSEWOOD ONION-TOP BAROMETER, with silvered dials. 106.5cm high £80.00-£120.00 Clocks and Instruments