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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 good Rosewood fusee table bracket clock for sale. By Brockbank & Atkins, London. In a break-ar

A good Rosewood fusee table bracket clock for sale. By Brockbank & Atkins, London. In a break-arch case. Circa 1825.

A small and well proportioned brass inlaid Rosewood bracket fusee clock. Stock No:   14069 The large eight day duration, four pillar chain fusee movement, having Anchor Recoil escapement, micrometer regulation and pendulum parking bracket...

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English Library clock in a rosewood, 5-glass case. By Muston & Gath, Bristol. Circa 1856.

English Library clock in a rosewood, 5-glass case. By Muston & Gath, Bristol. Circa 1856.

A well-proportioned clock in good, original condition. The large, eight day duration, four pillar timepiece fusee movement has Anchor Recoil escapement. Also having a regulator style, double support backcock supporting the pendulum suspension bar. The brass faced lenticular pendulum bob is considerably bulbous and has top-mounted micrometer regulation...

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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. The finely made, eight day duration, circular movement with countwheel striking of 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 mid 18th century, ebonised bracket clock with verge escapement by Laurence Mace, London. Circa 175

A mid 18th century, ebonised bracket clock with verge escapement by Laurence Mace, London. Circa 1750.

A nice example of a George II period table clock in exceptionally good and original condition. The double gut fusee, six pillar movement with Verge Recoil escapement and attached pendulum. Also having rack and star-wheel striking and repeating of the hours on a top-mounted bell. The movement fixing brackets, backcock, apron, silent return spring and the backplate are all very well and profusely engraved with a symmetrical floral design...

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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. 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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A large, quarter chiming bracket clock in an inlaid mahogany case. Circa 1850.

A large, quarter chiming bracket clock in an inlaid mahogany case. Circa 1850.

A large bracket clock with bracket, fashioned on Brighton Pavilion. Stock No:   14369 The extremely substantial, triple chain fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement. It has rack and flirt-release to the chiming and striking trains, playing the Whittington chimes for the quarters on a top-mounted, nest of eight silver bells and sounding the hours on a rear-mounted, high quality, larger bell...

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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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An early English, ebony table clock by Jasper Tayler

An early English, ebony table clock by Jasper Tayler (son of the famous clockmaker, Thomas Taylor) of London. Circa 1700.

A fantastic opportunity for a limited budget. Stock No:   14364 The five finned pillar fusee timepiece movement with Verge escapement, originally with 'silent pull' repeating which is now missing. It does however have passing 'one at the hour' striking on a top-mounted bell...

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Verge escapement bracket clock in a triple pad, break-arch mahogany case by Jabez Smith of London. C

Verge escapement bracket clock in a triple pad, break-arch mahogany case by Jabez Smith of London. Circa 1790.

This handsome table clock is of very good quality and sits extremely well. Stock No:   14363 The eight day duration, 5 pillar, double fusee movement having a Verge escapement with attached pendulum and pear-drop bob. It has rack striking for the hours and sounds on a high-tone, top mounted bell. It also has pull repeating for the strike and a strike/silent operation...

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A good, verge escapement bracket clock by John Joseph Merlin, London. Circa 1780.

A good, verge escapement bracket clock by John Joseph Merlin, London. Circa 1780.

It would be difficult to surpass the pedigree of such a clock of this period as the maker was considered to be a multi-talented genius. He notably worked with Cox to make the famous 'Swan' automaton. Stock No:   14362 The substantial, five pillar, double fusee movement with Verge escapement, attached pendulum rod with pear-drop bob and rack striking the hours on a top-mounted bell...

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Small bracket or table clock by Perigal of London. Having a mahogany case and silvered dial. Circa 1

Small bracket or table clock by Perigal of London. Having a mahogany case and silvered dial. Circa 1790.

A simple but extremely attractive table clock of diminutive size by a good maker. Stock No:   14359 The eight day duration, double gut fusee movement now with Anchor Recoil escapement. Rack striking the hours on a top mounted bell and made with the facility to pull repeat (now removed). Behind only a 5" wide, silvered brass, break-arch dial that is engraved and wax-filled...

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Georgian Verge bracket clock.

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

A superior quality break-arch bracket clock. Displayed on a wall bracket. 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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A Regency period, striking, Chamfer-top bracket clock by William Vesper of London, having a mahogany

A Regency period, striking, Chamfer-top bracket clock by William Vesper of London, having a mahogany case. Circa 1815.

A good looking and very original table clock that is in great condition. Stock No:   14257 The five knopped pillar, eight day duration, double gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, rack striking the hours on a rear-mounted bell, shouldered plates and a regulator quality pendulum with upper, micrometer regulation, graduated scale and transit bracket with locking knob. Also, repeat pull facility for the strike...

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Ebonised, inverted bell-top bracket clock by eminent maker John Ellicott, London. Circa 1770.

Ebonised, inverted bell-top bracket clock by eminent maker John Ellicott, London. Circa 1770.

A good example of a table clock by one of England's most eminent clockmakers. Stock No:   14356 The eight day duration, five pillar movement now with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours on a top-mounted bell...

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A good Regency, gadrooned chamfer top bracket clock in an elaborate mahogany case. Circa 1815.

A good Regency, gadrooned chamfer top bracket clock in an elaborate mahogany case. Circa 1820.

An exceptional chamfer-top table clock. Stock No:   14353 The five knopped pillar, eight day duration, double gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, rack striking the hours on a top-mounted bell, shouldered plates and the backplate having floral edge engraving which is perfectly followed on across the backcock and fixing brackets. Also having an engraved pendulum bob and repeat pull facility for the strike...

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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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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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