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French four glass striking mantel clock in an ormolu and marble case. Circa 1900.

French four glass striking mantel clock in an ormolu and marble case. Circa 1900.

An unusual and visually stunning mantel or table clock. Stock No:   14248 The eight day duration circular 'Movement de Paris' with an internal, self-setting, Brocot style Dead-beat escapement and rack striking the hours and halfs on a coiled gong. Also having a temperature compensated, double phial mercurial pendulum and Brocot regulation bar which protrudes through the dial...

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Mahogany verge escapement bracket or table clock in a small and rare case. By Stephen Rimbault of London. Circa 1760.

This is a very small and delightful clock by an eminent maker. Stock No. 14244 The eight day duration, double fusee movement with five knopped pillars, original verge escapement, datework, strike/silent, pull repeat and profusely hand-engraved backplate and back cock apron with English floral scroll work. Also, rack striking the hours on a well-pitched bell...

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James McCabe, Oriental style striking mantel/four glass Library clock. Circa 1845.

James McCabe, Oriental style striking mantel/four glass Library clock. Circa 1835.

A rare and good English mantel clock by this very eminent maker. Stock No:   14238 The eight day duration, double chain fusee movement, having maintaining power and original fully jewelled, ratchet toothed, side lever platform escapement with a single piece balance wheel, screw held jewel chatons and graduated regulation scale...

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Striking fusee library mantel clock. Very small and rare 5 glass, in a Rosewood case. Circa 1835.

Striking fusee library mantel clock. Very small and rare 5 glass, in a Rosewood case. Circa 1835.

An exceptionally small, double fusee library clock with the rare feature of strike repeat. Stock No:   14237 The good, double chain fusee, five pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, rack striking the hours on a tuned bell, strike/silent lever and repeat-at-will button. Also, shouldered plates, pendulum transit lock and micrometer regulation. The backplate being stamped with the serial number "453"...

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Antique French mantel clock in an ormolu case.

French mantel clock in an ormolu case depicting Putti and striking on a bell. Circa 1875.

A very attractive French mantel clock in good, original condition. Stock No:   14234 The eight day duration, circular 'Movement de Paris' with Anchor Recoil escapement and countwheel striking the hours and halfs on a bell. Also having a visible Sunburst pendulum and behind a 3 3/4" diameter, white enamel bowed dial with black Arabic hour numerals, minute divisions and Arabic quarter hour numerals...

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Striking English Balloon bracket clock by John Frant, Fleet Street London. Circa 1790.

Striking English Balloon bracket clock by John Grant, Fleet Street London. Circa 1790.

A well proportioned and good Balloon clock. Stock No:   14235 The substantial, eight day duration, double fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours and also sounding the halfs on a large bell. The long pendulum having micrometer regulation and a parking bracket for transit...

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Rare Verge escapement bracket clock by Charles Haley of Wigmore Street, London. Circa 1781.

A good, Verge escapement, ebonised bracket clock by Charles Haley. Circa 1781.

An aesthetically pleasing table clock by a famous maker. Stock No:   14175 The eight day duration, five pillar, double fusee movement with Verge escapement, rise-and-fall regulation, strike/silent feature, rack striking the hours on a high note bell and pull repeating the hours at will...

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French striking mantel clock garniture of white marble and ormolu. Circa 1900.

French striking mantel clock garniture of white marble and ormolu. Circa 1900.

An unusually small and very attractive clock set. The eight day duration, circular 'Movement-de-Paris'. Countwheel striking the hours and halfs on a tuned bell and having its original jewelled, lever, platform escapement. Behind a 3" diameter, bowed white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and minute ring. Also having finely pierced and engraved ornate gilt hands and an extremely finely cast hinged bezel with bowed glass...

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English 5 glass library mantel clock. Fusee movement by Connell and in a small satinwood case. Circa

English 5 glass library mantel clock. Fusee movement by Connell and in a small satinwood case. Circa 1845.

An exquisite and desirable small timepiece. Stock No:   14228 The eight day duration, chain fusee movement with semi Dead-beat escapement, pendulum holdfast and almost spherical pendulum bob with micrometer regulation. The rectangular backplate signed by the maker "CONNELL. LONDON" and numbered "No. 988"...

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Verge bracket clock by Francis Perigal of London. Extremely original with an early silvered dial. ci

Verge bracket clock by Francis Perigal of London. Extremely original with an early silvered dial. circa 1765.

A good example of an unassuming table clock by this highly regarded maker. Stock No:   14154 The eight day duration double fusee, five pillar movement with verge escapement, rise and fall regulation, rack striking and pull repeating the hours on a large, high note bell...

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French 4-glass style mantel clock in an ormolu case with blue porcelain panels. Circa 1870.

Large French four-glass style mantel clock in an ormolu case with blue porcelain jewelled panels. Circa 1870.

A stunning striking mantel or table clock. Stock No:   14188 The eight day duration circular 'Movement de Paris', with an internal Brocot, Dead-beat escapement and rack striking the hours and halfs on a large bell...

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Georgian Bell top, fusee bracket or table clock. In an ebonised case circa 1775.

Georgian Bell top, fusee bracket or table clock. In an ebonised case circa 1775.

An attractive and well proportioned table clock. Stock No:   14155 The eight day duration, five pillar, double gut fusee movement (now with Anchor Recoil escapement). Rack striking the hours on a bell and having pull repeat and silent features also, centre-sweep calendar work. The backplate being fully and well engraved with floral Rococo engraving in a symmetrical pattern...

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Georgian Verge escapement Bracket clock. With a mahogany break-arch case and silvered dial. Circa 17

Georgian Verge escapement Bracket clock. With a mahogany break-arch case and silvered dial. Circa 1790.

An attractive table clock with sweep date hand and silent feature to the dial. Stock No:   14201 The double fusee, eight day duration movement with five knopped pillars, Verge escapement, rack striking the hours on a bell, pull repeat, strike/silent and a fully hand-engraved backplate of floral Rococo style with the centre area bearing a basket of fruit design. Behind an 8" wide silvered Break-arch brass dial...

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5 Glass library clock with striking double fusee movement and in a mahogany case. Circa 1850

5 Glass library clock with striking double fusee movement and in a mahogany case. Circa 1850

A very nice example of an iconic 'Five-glass' library timepiece. Stock No:   14216 The substantial eight day duration, five pillar, chain fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, pendulum fixing knob, double nut micrometer regulation adjustment and rack striking the hours on a large saucer bell. Also, the screw retained pillars being nicely shaped...

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English Regency, chamfer top mahogany bracket clock circa 1820.

English Regency, chamfer top mahogany bracket clock circa 1820.

A handsome, classic Chamfer top bracket clock. Stock No:   14198 The substantial eight day duration, five knopped pillar, double gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours on a well-tuned bell. Also having shouldered plates and pendulum transit knob. Behind an 8" bowed off-white painted iron dial with black Roman numerals and minute ring...

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Balloon bracket clock for sale by Desbois and Wheeler, Grays Inn Passage London. Circa 1820.

Balloon bracket clock for sale by Desbois and Wheeler, Grays Inn Passage London. Circa 1820.

A very handsome and substantial balloon shaped, Regency period table clock by these highly regarded makers. Stock No:   14161 The eight day duration, four knopped pillar, timepiece fusee movement with circular plates, having Anchor Recoil escapement with a double regulator style back cock and triangular section, long and ebonised wooden pendulum rod...

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Verge escapement bracket clock. Rare London moonphase dial, ebonised case. Circa 1770.

Verge escapement bracket clock. Rare London moonphase dial, ebonised case. Circa 1770.

A rare and attractive London made Georgian moonphase bracket clock. Stock No:   14126 The eight day duration, five pillar (knopped), double fusee movement with its original Verge escapement and rack striking the hours on a bell...

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Chiming bracket clock. Large walnut case, triple chain fusee movement, superior quality, late 19th c

Chiming bracket clock. Large walnut case, triple chain fusee movement, superior quality, late 19th century

An immaculate and superior example of a Victorian 'Boardroom' clock. Stock No:   14128 The substantial triple chain fusee movement with solid Anchor Recoil escapement, sounding the quarter hours on a nest of eight bells and the hours on a large coiled gong. Having a large pendulum bob with transit holdfast and being of the highest quality...

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Regency fusee English mantel clock. Rococo style ormolu case. By John Peterkin, London. C.1820.

English Rococo style mantel clock by John Peterkin. Fusee movement and ormolu case. Circa 1820.

A small and attractive Regency period mantel timepiece. Stock No:   14129 The eight day duration, single chain fusee circular movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and the backplate signed "John Peterkin, London". Having a pendulum holdfast knob and the pendulum having micrometer regulation and a thick, lozenge shaped brass bob...

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Small Regency, fusee painted mantel clock. Circa 1819.

Small Regency English mantel clock. Circa 1800.

A rare painted wooden thirty hour timepiece. Stock No:   14131 The thirty hour duration, chain fusee watch movement with verge escapement, circular tapered pillars, engraved backplate and spoke-pierced balance cock. Also having a silvered regulation dial and signed by the maker "Fly, London" and numbered 2904. Mounted in a gilt brass drum with urn finial and back cover...

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