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A good table clock in an arched rosewood and brass-bound case. By Thomas Gammage, London. Circa 1835

A good table clock in an arched rosewood and brass-bound case. By Thomas Gammage, London. Circa 1835.

A beautiful timepiece by an eminent maker who also supplied movements to famous clockmakers. Stock No:   14418 The substantial, eight day duration, chain fusee , 5 pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement. Also having arched plates, transit pendulum lock and large pendulum with a shaped rod. The inside of the frontplate is stamped with the hidden makers name "GAMAGE"...

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Arched fusee bracket clock in a mixed wood case. Signed francis Robotham, Hampstead. Circa 1800.

Arched fusee bracket clock in a mixed wood case. Signed francis Robotham, Hampstead. Circa 1800.

A nice, simple fusee table clock. Stock No:   14416 The eight day duration, double fusee, 5 pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, rack and starwheel striking the hours on a rear-mounted bell, shaped plates and strike/silent selection to the backplate, pull repeating, pendulum locking bracket and a two-piece pendulum rod cradle with micrometer and scale regulation...

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A small, chamfer top, striking bracket clock in a rosewood case. By Henry Archard, London. Circa 186

A small, chamfer top, striking bracket clock in a rosewood case. By Henry Archard, London. Circa 1860.

A very crisp and exceptionally good looking table clock. Stock No:   14415 The eight day duration, five pillar, double fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement. Also having rack striking the hours on a rear-mounted bell, striking repeating, pendulum lock and top micrometer regulation to the pendulum...

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A small, English fusee, bronze and ormolu mantel timepiece by Baetens, London. Circa 1825.

A small, English fusee, bronze and ormolu mantel timepiece by Baetens, London. Circa 1825.

A smart and small mantel clock in super condition. Stock No:   14414 The circular, eight day duration, chain fusee movement with decorative pillars, flat bottom plates, Anchor Recoil escapement and the backplate bearing the usual screwed on, applied maker's plate that reads "BAETENS, 23 Gerrard Street, Soho, London." It is also stamped inside the frontplate...

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Break-lancet top bracket clock by Parkinson & Frodsham, London. Circa 1820.

Break-lancet top bracket clock by Parkinson & Frodsham, London. Circa 1820.

An attractive table clock by the famous partnership of Parkinson & Frodsham. Stock No:   14410 The eight day duration, five pillar, double gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement. Also having Strike/Silent and hour pull repeat rack and starwheel striking the hours on a rear-mounted bell, pendulum parking bracket, micrometer regulation, lyre shaped crutch and border engraved patterning to the back plate...

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Break-arch mahogany table clock with a full, opening door by William Dorrell, Clerkenwell, London. C

Break-arch mahogany table clock with a full, opening door by William Dorrell, Clerkenwell, London. Circa 1795.

A lovely and completely ‘untouched’ English fusee table clock Stock No:   14409 The eight day duration, five knopped pillar, double gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack and star wheel striking the hours on a top-mounted bell. Also having curved tops to the plates, the rear of which has border engraving which follows on over the back cock, fixing brackets, and pendulum locking block...

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A fine, quarter chiming, verge escapement table clock by Benjamin Gray & Justin Vulliamy. Circa

A fine, quarter chiming, verge escapement table clock by Benjamin Gray & Justin Vulliamy. Circa 1760.

A fine bracket clock produced by this famous partnership. Stock No:   14408 The eight day duration, 7 pillar, triple gut fusee, quarter chiming movement with detached pendulum verge escapement. Also having rise-and-fall regulation, strike/silent, pull quarter repeating on a top-mounted nest of 6 graduated bells, a further larger bell for the hours, blued stell screws throughout and a fully and beautifully engraved...

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A good Pad top, break-arch, ebonised table clock by James Tregent, London. Circa 1790

A good Pad top, break-arch, ebonised table clock by James Tregent, London. Circa 1790

An good example of a table clock by a fine maker. Stock No:   14402 The substantial five pillar, double gut fusee movement with rack and star wheel striking the hours on a top-mounted high quality bell and Half-Deadbeat anchor escapement. Also having strike/silent, pull repeat pendulum transit bracket and the backplate is beautifully signed "James Tregent, London" in script...

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A small fusee balloon clock with an enamel dial. Made by John Dwerrihouse circa 1790.

A small fusee balloon clock with an enamel dial. Made by John Dwerrihouse circa 1790.

A very attractive and small timepiece by this exceptional clockmaker. Stock No:   14401 The eight day duration gut fusee, circular movement with half Dead-beat escapement and being back wound so as not to spoil the dial with a winding hole. Also having a steel pendulum rod with an axe-head shaped brass-cased bob (so as not to 'knock' the waisted case sides)...

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A fine, Georgian bracket clock in a mahogany case by Daniel Vauguion of London. Circa 1770.

A fine, Georgian bracket clock in a mahogany case by Daniel Vauguion of London. Circa 1770.

A very fine table clock with exceptional veneers to the case. Stock No:   14399 The eight day duration, double gut fusee, 5 pillar movement now with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours on a top-mounted bell. Also having a Strike/Silent facility and though disabled, hour pull repeating. The backplate and back cock are engraved in floral Rococo style...

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A small mahogany, late Georgian, chamfer-top table clock with a fusee timepiece movement. Circa 1835

A small mahogany, late Georgian, chamfer-top table clock with a fusee timepiece movement. Circa 1835

An attractive table clock of diminutive size. Stock No:   14397 The eight day duration, gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, knopped pillars and shouldered plates. Also, a pendulum locking bracket and micrometer regulation to the pendulum. The backplate, back cock and bob are florally engraved with a border...

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English fusee library clock by Brockbanks & Atkins, London. Numbered 12306.

English fusee library clock by Brockbanks & Atkins, London. Numbered 12306.

A typically good quality, English mantel or table clock by these well-respected makers. Stock No:   14395 The eight day duration, single chain fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, pendulum locking bracket and upper, micrometer regulation to the pendulum...

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Georgian Verge escapement bracket clock in a bell-top mahogany case of small size. By Robert brown o

Georgian Verge escapement bracket clock in a bell-top mahogany case of small size. By Robert brown of London. Circa 1775.

An exceptionally good looking table clock. Stock No:   14393 The eight day duration, five pillar, double fusee movement with attached pendulum verge escapement and rack striking the hours on a top-mounted bell. Also having strike/silent and calendar datework...

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Georgian, verge escapement bracket clock in an ebonised case. Made by George Borrett, Stowmarket. Ci

Georgian, verge escapement bracket clock in an ebonised case. Made by George Borrett, Stowmarket. Circa 1775.

A George III table clock in a plain case of pleasing appearance. Stock No:   14390 The eight day duration, 5 pillar movement with attached pendulum Verge escapement and rack striking the hours on a top-mounted bell. Also having strike/silent, a repeat-at-will striking pull cord and a profusely engraved backplate that is filled with fronded floral designs around a lower central floral basket...

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Rare miniature, eight day duration bracket clock with a silvered dial by Abel Panchaud, London. Circ

Rare miniature, eight day duration bracket clock with a silvered dial by Abel Panchaud, London. Circa 1780.

A beautiful little table clock in fine condition and by a good maker. Stock No:   14385 The eight day duration (this is a rare feature), fusee timepiece movement with five baluster pillars and 'rise and fall', rack operated regulation. Also having tall and shouldered plates. The movement has been converted to Anchor Recoil escapement that has been carried out extremely skilfully...

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A 19th century, break-arch bracket clock with a circular dial and mahogany case. Circa 1810.

A 19th century, break-arch bracket clock with a circular dial and mahogany case. Circa 1810.

A good looking and absolutely charming and untouched fusee table clock. Stick No:   14377 The eight day duration, five knopped pillar, double fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack and starwheel striking of the hours on a top-mounted bell. Also having shouldered plates, top micrometer regulation to the pendulum and a pendulum transit bracket and knob...

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A fine example of a double basket top, table clock by Fromanteel & Clarke, Amsterdam. Circa 1700

A fine example of a double basket top, table clock by Fromanteel & Clarke, Amsterdam. Circa 1700.

An important Anglo-Dutch striking and repeating table clock in superb condition. Stock No:   14370 The eight day duration, double fusee movement with seven finned and latched pillars and Verge escapement. The fully engraved backplate of foliate design has a lower maker's oval that is signed "Fromanteel & Clarke"...

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A French striking mantel clock in a classical style case. Circa 1820.

A French striking mantel clock in a classical style case. Circa 1820.

A good French clock symbolising Learning and Philosophy. Stock No:   14373 The finely made, eight day duration, circular movement with countwheel striking the hours and halfs on a tuned bell and Anchor Recoil escapement with a silk suspension to the pendulum. Behind a 4" diameter, bowed white enamel dial with outer minute track, Arabic quarter hour numerals and inner Roman hour numerals...

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A good Bell top, walnut table clock by John Taylor of London. Circa 1780.

A good Bell top, walnut table clock by John Taylor of London. Circa 1780.

A very handsome clock in beautiful ‘Country House’ condition. Stock No:   14375 The eight day duration, 5 knopped pillar, double gut fusee movement now with ‘Tic-tac’ escapement spanning three and a half teeth, rack striking the hours on a top-mounted bell and also having strike/silent select, centre sweeping calendar date and the backplate, return leaf spring, fixing brackets and backcock are all nicely engraved...

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Georgian bell top bracket clock by Richard Comber of Lewes. Circa 1780.

Georgian bell top bracket clock by Richard Comber of Lewes. Circa 1780.

An extremely aesthetically pleasing, good table clock by this well known and highly collected maker. Stock No:   14366 The double fusee, five pillar movement now with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack and star wheel striking the hours on a top-mounted bell. The fixing brackets are nicely shaped and the substantial pendulum has a heavy lenticular bob with top-adjusting micrometer regulation...

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