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A Small English, four glass Library table clock by Brockbanks & Atkins, London.

A Small English, four glass Library table clock by Brockbanks & Atkins, London.

A good and numbered timepiece by the famous partnership of Brockbanks & Atkins. Stock No:   14348 The eight day duration, four pillar, chain fusee, timepiece movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, pendulum fixing knob and well constructed and heavy pendulum having micrometer regulation...

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Verge table clock on bracket.

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

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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A Georgian Balloon style, mahogany table clock made by Henry Harris of London. Circa 1800.

A Georgian Balloon style, mahogany table clock made by Henry Harris of London. Circa 1800.

A very handsome and well-proportioned bracket clock of good quality. Stock No:   14342 Movement. Eight day duration, double fusee, with five knopped pillars, Anchor Recoil escapement, rack and star-wheel striking the hours on a rear-mounted bell, long pendulum with top micrometer regulation and circular plates that fill the top section of the case...

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A Georgian Verge escapement mahogany Bracket clock. Made by John Richardson of London. Circa 1770.

A Georgian Verge escapement mahogany Bracket clock. Made by John Richardson of London. Circa 1770.

A refreshingly plain and handsome 18th century table clock. Stock No:   14343 Movement. Eight day duration, five knopped pillars, double gut fusee and having its original attached Verge escapement. Also, rack and star-wheel striking the hours on a top-mounted bell with pull repeat and a strike or silent option operated from the dial...

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Georgian, London made, inverted bell-top bracket clock in an attractive mahogany case. Circa 1760.

Georgian, London made, inverted bell-top bracket clock in an attractive mahogany case. Circa 1760.

An attractive table clock with a brass break-arch dial and having an almost 'plum pudding' mahogany case. Stock No:   14316 The eight day duration, five knopped pillar, double fusee movement (now with Anchor Recoil escapement) and 'rack & star-wheel' striking for the hours on a polished bell...

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A Good Verge escapement bracket clock with quarter repeat, by John Sterland of Nottingham. Circa 177

A Good Verge escapement bracket clock with pull quarter repeat, by John Sterland of Nottingham. Circa 1770.

A superior and attractive table/bracket clock. Stock No:   14336 The very substantial, six knopped pillar movement with attached verge escapement and rack striking the hours on a large bell. Having a strike/silent selector and pull quarter repeating on a nest of a further six graduated bells with unusually, two peels...

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Regency arched striking bracket clock by Brockbanks. In a mahogany case circa 1810.

Regency arched striking bracket clock by Brockbanks, in a mahogany case circa 1810.

A pleasing and good quality table clock by this well known maker. Stock No:   14335 The eight day duration, 5 knopped pillar, double fusee movement with solid Dead-beat escapement, shaped plates and rack striking the hours on a rear mounted bell...

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English Fusee 5-glass Library clock in a small, light oak case. Circa 1850.

English Fusee 5-glass Library clock in a small, light oak case. Circa 1850.

A substantially made and small Victorian English clock. Stock No:   14308 The good quality, four screwed pillar, chain fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and four double-screwed pillars. Also, pendulum holdfast for safe transportation, an underslung mainspring barrel mounted within front and back 'double axe head' plate extensions and unusually, four movement-to-case mounting brackets...

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Small mahogany, verge escapement table clock by Benjamin Lautier of Bath. Circa 1795.

Small, mahogany, verge escapement table clock by Benjamin Lautier of Bath. Circa 1795.

An exceptionally attractive and original table clock. Stock No:   14328 The eight day duration five pillar, double fusee movement with original Verge escapement, strike/silent facility, trip repeat and rack striking the hours on a bell. The backplate, return spring, back cock, apron and brackets all beautifully engraved with an urn and floral design...

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A fine ebonised, bell-top table clock by Francis Atkins circa 1770.

A fine ebonised, bell-top table clock by Francis Atkins circa 1770.

A fine and handsome bracket clock. Stock No:   14325 The substantial, five knopped pillar, double gut fusee movement with it's original Verge escapement and detached pendulum. Having a brass lenticular bob and regulated by a well executed, rise-and-fall with the spring suspension passing between two fixed chops. Rack striking the hours on a large polished bell and repeating at will with added strike/silent feature...

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Small English 5-glass fusee library timepiece in a rosewood case. Circa 1845.

An extremely Small English 5-glass fusee library timepiece in a rosewood case. Circa 1845.

A substantially made and very small Victorian English clock. Stock No:   14311 The good quality, four pillar, chain fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement. Also, pendulum holdfast for safe transportation and upper, micrometer pendulum regulation...

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Robert Best Balloon clock

Georgian 'Balloon' table clock in an ebonised case. By Robert Best, Circa 1790.

A very well proportioned striking table clock. Stock No:   14287 The circular, eight day duration, double fusee, five knopped and ringed pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours on a fine bell...

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English, Egyptian style, fusee mantel clock. Circa 1850.

English, Egyptian style, fusee mantel clock. Circa 1850.

A stunning ormolu mounted, marble mantel clock. Stock No:   14297 The substantial eight day duration, chain fusee, circular movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, Vulliamy style double bracket back cock and pendulum transit locking. Behind a 5 1/4" diameter gilded brass dial with black Roman numerals, minute and hour markings and the maker's name "Adams...

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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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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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Georgian ebonised bracket clock with verge escapement and repeating on bells. Circa 1750.

Ebonised Verge bracket clock for sale. Striking and repeating on bells. Made by Andrew Marchant, London. C.1750.

A very good example of a totally original George II period table clock. Stock No:   14113 The eight day duration, five knopped pillared, double fusee movement with original Verge Recoil escapement and profusely engraved backplate and Verge cock apron with a floral design. Rack striking the hours on a large bell and repeating the quarters 'at will' on a further nest of six bells...

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Small French striking ormolu mantel clock by Guyerdet of Paris for sale. Circa 1830.

Small and early French striking ormolu mantel clock for sale with a miniature Guyerdet movement. Circa 1830

A beautiful early French, striking mantel clock depicting 'Innocence'. Stock No:   14097 The miniature eight day duration, striking 'Movement de Paris' with solid Anchor Recoil escapement, silk pendulum suspension and countwheel striking the hours and halfs on a small tuned bell...

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Large French Portico clock

Large French Portico clock

Fabulous early 19th Century 'Portico' mantel clock. This clock being 'Stately Home' quality is the finest we have owned. Stock No:   14034 The large eight day duration hand-made movement with French Pin Wheel escapement, true Gridiron temperature compensated pendulum with heavy bob, knife edge suspension and safety trough...

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German Bracket clock.

Walnut Bracket clock

Good quality German Bracket clock. Stock No:   14036 The high quality Lenzkirch (maker) quarter striking movement sounds the quaters on two coiled gongs and the hours on a single gong. It has a well engraved silvered brass dial and chamfered sight ring with black Roman numerals and blued steel fleyr-de-lys hands...

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