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A Georgian mahogany table clock with Verge escapement, fan inlay and Alarum.

A Georgian mahogany table clock with Verge escapement, fan inlay and Alarum. Made by James Smith of London. Circa 1780

A beautiful and exceptional Bracket clock in superb condition. Stock No:   14331 The eight day duration, five pillar, double fusee movement with its original Verge escapement. Also having rack striking on a bell with hour trip repeat, a pull-wind alarum, calendar date-work, pendulum holdfast and fully engraved backplate, alarum winding cover, back cocks and apron in floral Rococo style...

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A good Georgian, brass bound table clock by John Cowell, Royal Exchange, London. Circa 1765.

A good Georgian, brass bound table clock by John Cowell, Royal Exchange, London. Circa 1765.

A good example of a Verge escapement bracket clock with Alarum. Stock No:   14330 The substantial, five pillar, double fusee movement with its original Verge and knife edge escapement and rack striking the hours on a bell. Also having a strike/silent selector, pull-wind Alarum, trip hour repeat and profusely engraved Rococo style backplate, back cock, apron, Alarum wheel, return spring and fixing brackets...

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Rare automata, triple pad top, table clock by Joseph Irish of Portsmouth. Circa 1790.

Rare automata, triple pad top, table clock by Joseph Irish of Portsmouth. Circa 1790.

A very rare See-saw automata bracket clock. Stock No:   14329 The eight day duration, double fusee, five pillar movement (now with Anchor Recoil escapement) and rack striking the hours on a bell. The backplate is fully and crisply engraved with urn and floral designs and the heavy pendulum bob has micrometer regulation. Behind a 7" wide, silvered and painted break-arch dial...

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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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Mahogany, verge escapement table clock by Hunter & Son, London. Circa 1810.

Mahogany, verge escapement table clock by Hunter & Son, London. Circa 1810.

A very attractive and original, untouched Georgian bracket clock. Stock No:   14321 The eight day duration, double gut fusee, five pillar movement with its original Verge escapement and rack striking the hours on a top-mounted bell. Also having a pull repeat, rise and fall regulation and bird and floral engraving to the backplate, backcock, brackets, pendulum bob and holdfast...

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19th century mahogany table clock by Thwaites & Reed, London. Having a John Ellicott style round

19th century mahogany table clock by Thwaites & Reed, London. Having a John Ellicott style round dial.

A charming yet simple in appearance, fusee bracket clock by a good maker. Stock No:   14320 The eight day duration, double fusee, five knopped pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, shouldered plates - the front of which bears the initials "TR" and is numbered 6949 and also, rack striking the hours on a bell with repeat facility...

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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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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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Georgian triple pad-top bracket clock with a rare enamel and brass dial. Circa 1785.

Georgian triple pad-top bracket clock with a rare enamel and brass dial. Circa 1785.

An extremely handsome table clock with a transitional dial that is simply 'a touch of class'. Stock No:   14294 The eight day duration, 5 knopped pillar, double gut fusee movement that rack strikes the hours on a tuned bell. Originally having a Verge escapement but now having a well-executed Anchor Recoil escapement. Also having pull-cord strike repeating and a strike/silent feature...

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Rare Georgian bracket clock with silent escapement by Upjohn.

Georgian bracket clock with a 'Silent Verge' escapement. J Upjohn and Co. London.

A very rare table clock in an ebonised, bell top case. Stock No:   14296 The eight day duration, 5 knopped pillar, double gut fusee movement with a rare 'Silent Verge' escapement. Also, detached pendulum, rise and fall regulation, strike/silent, pull hourly repeat, pendulum locking bracket and rack striking the hours and halfs on a 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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Lancet top, Regency fusee bracket clock in a brass-strung ebonised case. English, Circa 1815.

Lancet top, Regency, fusee bracket clock in a brass-strung ebonised case. Made by Handley and Moore. English, Circa 1815.

A good example of a mid Regency English Table clock attributed to Handley & Moore. Stock No:   14278 The eight day duration, double gut, five pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking with pull-repeat on a bell. The plates being Lancet shaped with border engraving to the backplate. The pendulum having micrometer regulation and a graduated scale...

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English fusee mantel clock by Frodsham and Son, Gracechurch Street, London. Circa 1835.

English fusee mantel clock by Frodsham and Son, Gracechurch Street, London. Circa 1835.

A small, attractive timepiece in original condition. Stock No:   14279 The eight day duration, single train, chain fusee movement with 'Half Dead-beat' escapement and shaped plates conforming to the case. Being a typical high quality Frodsham movement with a double support to the back cock for the pendulum suspension T-bar...

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Georgian English Table clock with silvered mounts and dial. Circa 1795.

Georgian English Table clock with silvered mounts and dial. Circa 1795.

A sleek, late 18th century ebonised table clock. Stock No:   14281 The eight day duration, five knopped pillar, double gut fusee movement. Having its original Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours on a top-mounted bell. Also, strike/silent feature and a well-shaped pendulum rod with encapsulator for transit. Behind a 6 3/4" wide, silvered brass break-arch dial that is well engraved...

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Georgian, verge escapement, striking bracket clock. Enamel dial, circa 1790.

Georgian, verge escapement, striking bracket clock. Enamel dial, circa 1790.

A superior quality break-arch bracket clock. Stock No:   14263 The substantial, eight day duration, five knopped pillar, double fusee movement with it's original Verge escapement and shaped back-cock apron. Also, rack striking on a well-tuned bell with having a pull repeating and a centre sweep calendar wheel...

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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 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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