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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.

Stock No:   14286

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:                              £3,350.00 in present, working condition.
                                       
Please note: Any further restoration that you may require to this item will be
                                        subject to a further cost and a waiting time. Please contact us to enquire.

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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