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Vintage mid century American made Teak cased mantle weather station. Temperature thermometer, Barometer, and Humidity.

This wonderful mid century American made teak cased Airguide mantle weather station is in great working condition with some small blemishes as shown in pictures.
With a nice long and low design, this weather station featuring a thermometer, a humidity meter and a barometric pressure meter.
Cased in teak with brass bezels on a beige linen back drop this weather station is both functional and eye pleasing and would make a wonderful addition to any mid century, Danish modern home.
Clearly marked on the Barometer " Airguide - Made in the USA by Airguide Instrument Company Chicago ".
Measurement are 4.25 inches in height x 13 inches in length x 1.75 inches in depth.
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Vintage mid century American made Teak cased mantle weather station. Temperature thermometer, Barometer, and Humidity.

Vintage mid century American made Teak cased mantle weather station. Temperature thermometer, Barometer, and Humidity.

Vintage mid century American made Teak cased mantle weather station. Temperature thermometer, Barometer, and Humidity.

Vintage mid century American made Teak cased mantle weather station. Temperature thermometer, Barometer, and Humidity.

Vintage mid century American made Teak cased mantle weather station. Temperature thermometer, Barometer, and Humidity.

Vintage mid century American made Teak cased mantle weather station. Temperature thermometer, Barometer, and Humidity.

Vintage mid century American made Teak cased mantle weather station. Temperature thermometer, Barometer, and Humidity.

Vintage mid century American made Teak cased mantle weather station. Temperature thermometer, Barometer, and Humidity.

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