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bar·o·graph

(bar'ō-graf),
A device that gives a continuous record of barometric pressure.
Synonym(s): barometrograph

barograph

[ber′əgraf′]
Etymology: Gk, baros + graphein, to record
an instrument that continually monitors barometric pressure and records pressure changes on paper.

barograph

(băr′ō-grăf″)
A device used to measure and record changes in atmospheric pressure.
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Also in the sale is a good selection of scientific instruments including two terrestrial globes, one by Bardin dating to 1783, the other by Malby dated 1885 (estimates pounds 500-700 and pounds 700-900 respectively), a selection of microscopes, telescopes, barometers and a barograph by Winter & Son, Newcastle-on-Tyne (pounds 200-300).