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A selection of wall clocks

Small mahogany tavern clock with a white wooden dial. Made by Thomas Field of Bath. Circa 1790.

Small mahogany tavern clock with a white wooden dial. Made by Thomas Field of Bath. Circa 1790.

An attractive, good and very original example of a small Tavern clock. Stock No:   14466 The 8 day duration, weight driven, 4 pillar, 4 wheel train timepiece movement with tapered plates the front being stamped with ''WL 4921 DM''. Also having Anchor Recoil escapement and mounted upon a seat board within the trunk. The pendulum has a flat brass rod and a large lenticular, brass-faced bob...

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A mahogany, small fusee, English dial wall clock with a rare dark blue and gold 10 inch dial. Circa

A mahogany, small fusee, English dial wall clock with a rare dark blue and gold 10 inch dial. Circa 1890.

A pretty little clock with a very unusual dial. Stock No:   14464 The 8 day duration, rectangular plated, gut fusee movement with an Anchor Recoil escapement. Behind a 10" diameter, flat painted iron dial which very unusually has a dark blue background with gilt writing. Having an outer, divided minute track with triangular hour marks and inner, Roman hour numerals. Above centre is signed "KILPIN St...

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Wooden dial, chisel bottom, English Drop-dial fusee wall clock by John Thwaites. Circa 1805.

Wooden dial, chisel bottom, English Drop-dial fusee wall clock by John Thwaites. Circa 1805.

A totally original example of a fine wall clock. Stock No:   14463 The substantial 8 day duration, 5 shaped pillar, gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, long pendulum with a carved rod, tapered plates the front of which bears the maker's name of "J THWAITES" also numbered "3511" Dating it precisely and is fitted to the case with a false dial...

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Zenith solid oak, 18 day, centre wind, bowed dial wall timepiece circa 1930's.

Zenith solid oak, 18 day, centre wind, bowed dial wall timepiece circa 1930's.

This is an 'untouched' and totally original example of what has become an iconic wall clock. Stock No:   14461 The 18 day duration, centre wound Swiss movement with a jewelled lever escapement and individually driven motion work. The circular movement is fitted within the hollowed-out case back and has a rear metal plate denoting the make, duration and regulation lever...

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Very Small hooded wall clock with a silvered dial and in a mahogany case. By George Buckmaster of Ro

Very Small hooded wall clock with a silvered dial and in a mahogany case. By George Buckmaster of Royston. Circa 1830.

A much smaller than usual and pretty clock with a long pendulum. Stock No:   14457 The 30 hour duration, rope driven posted movement with a long pendulum and Anchor recoil escapement. Also having a rope driven Alarum that sounds on a top-mounted bell. Behind a 5" wide break arch silvered and engraved dial. The chapter having an outer ring, Roman hour numerals and inner divided minute track with half hour diamonds...

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Black dial English Tavern or Act of Parliament wall clock. Made by William Stevens of Cirencester. C

Black dial English Tavern or Act of Parliament wall clock. Made by William Stevens of Cirencester. Circa 1775.

A good and original example that is new to the market. Stock No:   14452 The 4 pillar weight driven movement with a 5 wheel train, tapered plates and Anchor Recoil escapement. Having a 25 1/4" diameter three-plank dial with a concave moulded surround with gilt lining to the edges...

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An early, wooden dial, English dial wall clock in a mahogany case. Made by Sly, Weymouth. Circa 1815

An early, wooden dial, English dial wall clock in a mahogany case. Made by Sly, Weymouth. Circa 1815.

This attractive clock can only be described as "Sleepy and untouched". Stock No:   14449 The 8 day duration, gut fusee movement with tapered plates, knopped pillars and Anchor Recoil escapement. Also having a substantial pendulum and unusually, a transit locking bracket. Behind a 12" diameter flat wooden dial with its original paint...

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Large fusee 'Drop-dial' wall clock by Gillett & Johnston, Croydon. Mahogany case, circ

Large fusee 'Drop-dial' wall clock by Gillett & Johnston, Croydon. Mahogany case, circa 1890.

An imposing and substantial clock with an excellent colour and patina. Stock No:   14420 The substantial, 8 day duration, chain fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and the backplate being stamped with the serial number 12724. Behind a flat, 14" diameter, painted iron dial with an outer minute track with triangular hour markings and inner, black Roman hour numerals...

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Fusee 'English dial' wall clock with a bowed dial and mahogany case. Signed Burlington, Lo

Fusee 'English dial' wall clock with a bowed dial and mahogany case. Signed Burlington, London. Circa 1840.

An attractive early Victorian fusee Dial clock. Stock No:   14404 The eight day duration, gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, knopped pillars and shouldered plates. Behind a 12" diameter, bowed painted iron dial with outer minute track and Roman hour numerals. The centre being signed "BURLINGTON, LONDON"...

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A good English fusee Drop-dial wall clock with a wooden dial. Made by Barraud, London. Circa 1835.

A good English fusee, Drop-dial wall clock with a wooden dial. Made by Barraud, London. Circa 1835.

A very good example of a mahogany Drop-dial wall clock. Stock No:   14403 The eight day duration, gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, four knopped pillars and shouldered plates. Also  having a decorative lyre shaped crutch and a substantial pendulum. Fitted to a 12" diameter wooden dial by using a brass 'false ring'...

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A small therefore rare, fusee, English Drop-dial wall clock in a mahogany case. Circa 1845.

A small therefore rare, fusee, English Drop-dial wall clock in a mahogany case. Circa 1845.

An extremely rare English wall clock of diminutive size. Stock No:   14396 The eight day duration, gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, knopped pillars and shouldered plates. Behind only a 9" diameter, bowed painted iron dial with outer minute track encompassing Roman hour numerals. Also with matching 'Open moon' steel hands and a cast brass, locking bezel with bowed glass...

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A late regency, English Drop-dial fusee wall clock in a brass inlaid mahogany case. By Thomas Lindey

A late regency, English Drop-dial fusee wall clock in a brass inlaid mahogany case. By Thomas Lindey, Bristol. Circa 1830.

A good example of a Drop-dial wall clock in good condition. Stock No:   14392 The eight day duration fusee timepiece movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, knopped pillars and shouldered plates. Behind a 12" diameter, bowed, painted iron dial fitted to the movement via a false-dial...

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Double fusee striking english dial wall clock in an oak case. circa 1890.

Double fusee striking english dial wall clock in an oak case. circa 1890.

A simple but attractive oak wall clock. Stock No:   14389 The substantial, double chain fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours on a large coiled gong. Behind an 11" white painted iron dial with outer minute track, Roman hour numerals and the centre being signed for the retailer "HAMILTON & INCHES" and "EDINBURGH"...

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Small english dial, fusee wall clock with an 8 inch dial and mahogany case. Circa early 1900's.

Small and 'untouched' english dial, fusee wall clock with an 8 inch dial and mahogany case. Circa early 1900's.

An extremely original dial clock that has retained its original lacquer to the movement. Stock No:   14292 The eight day duration, chain fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and screwed pillars. The backplate bearing the serial number "1121" and retaining almost all of its original gilt lacquer in sound condition...

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Rare English fusee wall clock incorporating a mercurial barometer.

Mahogany Fusee movement, one-piece Drop-dial wall clock and mercurial barometer for sale. Extremely rare. C. 1840.

An incredibly rare bow dial fusee wall clock incorporating a full size mercurial barometer to the lower portion. Stock No:   14068 The eight day duration, gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, shouldered plates and knopped pillars. Behind a 12 inch diameter, bowed painted iron dial with black Roman numerals, minute ring with triangular hour markings and a further outer circle...

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