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NEW HAMPSHIRE STICK SHAPED BAROMETER.  American,
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NEW HAMPSHIRE STICK SHAPED BAROMETER. American, 1st quarter-19th century, mahogany, mahogany vaneer and pine secondary. Marked on face "Charles Peterboro,...


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