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Striking, double fusee, English drop-dial wall clock in a mahogany case. Circa 1840.

An attractive wall clock in an unusual shaped case.

The eight day duration, five pillar, double gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours on a large bell.

Behind a twelve inch diameter, engraved and silvered brass dial with Roman numerals, outer minute ring and below-centre maker's signature of "ADAM THOMSON, New Bond St. LONDON". Also having blued steel spade hands and a polished, cast brass hinged bezel with ground-in flat glass and silvered sight ring.

Contained in an attractive, figured mahogany case with a 'Mudge & Dutton' style trunk. The plain, convex section dial surround is mounted with the usual pegs to the main trunk box with rounded top, long doors to both sides, shaped front with a break-moulding to three sides just above the full, scroll-chiselled locking front door. The front veneers are well figured.

Dimensions:                               23 1/2" high x 14" wide x 6 1/4" deep.

Condition:                                  Very good.

Circa:                                         1840.

Price:                                          £3,950.00.

Striking, double fusee English drop-dial wall clock in a mahogany case. Circa 1840.
  • Striking, double fusee English drop-dial wall clock in a mahogany case. Circa 1840.
  • Striking, double fusee English drop-dial wall clock in a mahogany case. Circa 1840.
  • Striking, double fusee English drop-dial wall clock in a mahogany case. Circa 1840.
  • Striking, double fusee English drop-dial wall clock in a mahogany case. Circa 1840.
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