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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. 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. (36) Lombard Street" (London) below the numeral XII...

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A fine William III table clock by Edward Burgis of London. in a walnut oyster case. Circa 1695.

A fine William III table clock by Edward Burgis of London. in a walnut oyster case. Circa 1695.

This is a stunning and 'first quality' late 17th Century, bracket clock. Stock No:   14275 The substantial eight day duration, double fusee movement has no less than eight ringed and latched pillars. It has a knife-edge Verge escapement and rack strikes the hours on a bell and repeats the quarters on a further two bells...

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A Fine and rare, French four pillar bracket or table clock. Of large size. Early 19th century.

A Fine and rare, French four pillar bracket or table clock. Of large size. Early 19th century.

This clock can only be described as Stately and magnificent. It has a circular eight day duration movement with Dead-beat escapement, large pallets and low count to the escape wheel. It has countwheel striking for the hours and halfs on a large tuned bell and drives a substantial, true Gridiron, temperature compensated pendulum with a large brass lenticular bob...

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Fine English ormolu table clock by Robert Philp, London. Made for the Chinese market. Circa 1780.

Fine English ormolu table clock by Robert Philp, London. Made for the Chinese market. Circa 1780.

An important and rare, quarter striking 'Scroll Angle' clock made for the Chinese market by the celebrated maker Robert Philp of London. Stock No:   14283 The clock is of eight day duration, double fusee with rear wound movement and verge escapement. It strikes the hours on a bell and sounds the quarters on a further two bells. It has five knopped pillars and is numbered throughout with the numeral 7...

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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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Benjamin Vulliamy, Verge bracket clock. Quarter repeating in a small ebonised case. Numbered 272, Ci

Benjamin Vulliamy, Verge bracket clock. Quarter repeating in a small ebonised case. Numbered 272, Circa 1796.

A fine and classic clock by this eminent maker. Stock No:   14276 The substantial eight day duration, double fusee, five pillar movement with Half Dead-beat escapement and 'flirt release' rack striking the hours on a fine bell also, quarter repeating on a further two bells...

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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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Fine French mantel clock by Gille L'Aine and Robert Osmond.

A good 18th Century, ormolu French mantel clock by Gille L'Aine of Paris, the case by Robert Osmond.

An exceptional clock created by not only a good Clockmaker but also an eminent Bronzier. Stock No:   14273 The early, eight day duration circular movement with 'Tic-tac' solid Anchor Recoil escapement (spanning 2 1/2 teeth), flat plate bottoms, triangular rear centre wheel cock and countwheel striking the hours and halfs on a high silver content crisp toned bell...

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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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French, four glass, gilded oval mantel clock with visible escapement. Circa 1880.

French, four glass, gilded oval mantel clock with visible escapement. Circa 1880.

An attractive and well proportioned oval 4-glass mantel clock. Stock No:   14253 The eight day duration circular movement with visible Dead-beat Brocot escapement with garnet impulse stones also, a gilded, double phial, temperature compensated mercurial pendulum and rack striking the hours and halfs on a 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 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. Stock No:   14162 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...

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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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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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