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Art Deco Weather Station*
Art Deco black bakelite and chrome weather station made by Fee & Stemwedel of Chicago circa 1940.
A very Deco shape with rounded front edges and a chrome plinth curving forwards beneath the centre panel.
Incorporating in its three separate displays an aneroid barometer, temperature guage (in farenheit) and a humidity guage.
Branded the Airguide, these were made in several different designs but this is the one with the most typically Art Deco look.
Measuring 21.5 cm wide, just over 5 cm deep and a fraction under 14 cm high, the central barometer display shows a little discolouration simply due to age.
Full instructions for use supplied.