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Product details Graph of clock barometer variations
Graph of clock barometer variations
Unused illustration for the paper "On the late extraordinary depression of the barometer", by Luke Howard, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol.112 (1822), pp.113-116. Version of a clock barometer tracing showing air pressure for the period November-December 1821 with a record low reading. The chart also contains data on rainfall and wind directions for the same period. A note below states: "This drawing was cancelled, and the Engraving [plate 13] was made from the original document in the author's Possession."
Original: ink on tracing paper. 1821
- Image ref: RS-8718
- The Royal Society