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A selection of wall clocks

Early English dial clock with transitional features. Made by Massey of London. Circa 1810.

Early English dial clock with transitional features. Made by Massey of London. Circa 1810.

A very attractive and rare fusee wall clock. Stock No:   14309 The eight day duration, four knopped pillared, gut fusee movement with Graham Dead-beat escapement and tapered plates. Unusually, it is fitted directly to the case sides by an iron strap similar to 18th century English Cartel clocks as opposed to the usual, dial method of securing the movement to the case...

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English fusee dial wall clock retailed by camerer Cuss, London. Circa 1890.

English fusee dial wall clock retailed by camerer Cuss, London. Circa 1890.

A good looking English Dial wall clock. Stock No:   14306 The substantial, eight day duration, chain fusee movement with Anchor recoil escapement, shaped pillars and rectangular plates. Behind an 11 1/2" diameter off-white painted iron dial with black Roman numerals, minute ring with triangular hour markings and the retailer's signature "CAMERER CUSS & Co. 56 New Oxford St...

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Small english dial, fusee wall clock with an 8 inch dial and mahogany case.

Small english dial wall clock by H.Williamson Ltd. Coventry. Circa early 1900's.

Small English dial, fusee wall clock with an 8 inch dial and mahogany case. Stock No:   14305 The eight day duration, chain fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and screwed pillars. The backplate bearing the serial number "59561" and bearing the trade mark of "ASTRAL" and "COVENTRY" within a winding key...

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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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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.

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"...

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24 hour, English fusee wall clock with an 8 inch dial and mahogany case. circa 1900.

English fusee wall clock with an 8 inch, 24 hour dial and mahogany case. circa 1900.

An attractive and small dial clock with an unusual 24 hour dial. Stock No:   14291 The eight day duration, gut fusee movement with rectangular plates, large lenticular pendulum bob and Anchor Recoil escapement. Behind an eight inch diameter, flat painted iron dial with minute ring, outer black Arabic numerals and unusually 13 to 24 hour markings in Arabic numerals. Behind a glazed and hinged, polished brass bezel...

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British Railways fusee dial clock. Mahogany case and eight inch diameter dial circa 1920.

British Railways fusee dial clock. Mahogany case and eight inch diameter dial circa 1920.

A good, clean and totally original example of a small L.M.R clock. Stock No:   14302 The eight day duration, chain fusee movement with rectangular plates, large lenticular pendulum bob and Anchor Recoil escapement. The backplate carries the serial number 7513. Behind an eight inch diameter, flat painted iron dial with black Roman numerals, minute ring and the railway marking "B.R. (N.E) 18713" to the middle...

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A good and large Black Forest Cuckoo clock with a double fusee, eight day movement.

A good and large Black Forest Cuckoo clock with a double fusee, eight day movement.

An extremely attractive and imposing cuckoo clock. Stock No:   14290 The eight day duration, double gut fusee, wooden framed movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, concealed pendulum and also, select levers for separate cuckoo and striking silent accessed via a side door. Contained in a well-executed and hand-carved, Black Forest walnut case depicting Springtime harvest...

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Daniels Drop Dial

Good, English fusee Drop dial timepiece by Daniels of Liverpool. Circa 1825.

An attractive mahogany wall clock. Stock No:   14277 The eight day duration, gut fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement, knopped pillars and unusual shaped plates. Fitted to a 14" diameter, white painted iron dial via a false-plate stamped "WALKER & HUGHES" (well known Birmingham dial makers)...

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Large Welsh dial clock made by David Jones of Merthyr Tydfil. Circa 1835.

Large Welsh dial clock made by David Jones of Merthyr Tydfil. Circa 1835.

A very original and virtually untouched, large wall clock. Stock No:   14241 The eight day duration fusee movement with shouldered plates, knopped pillars and Anchor Recoil escapement. Behind an 18" diameter, bowed painted iron dial made by 'Finnemore & Son' of Birmingham...

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Tavern clock by James Barfoot of Wimbourn (Wimbourne, Dorset). Having a mahogany case. Circa 1790.

Tavern clock by James Barfoot of Wimbourn (Wimborne, Dorset). Having a mahogany case. Circa 1790.

A rare and very original weight driven Tavern clock for sale. Stock No:   14223 The eight day duration, weight driven, five wheel movement with tapered plates, four knopped pillars, Anchor Recoil escapement, a single spoke half-ring counterweight for the minute hand and its original square lead weight. Also having preparatory holes should passing strike ever wished to be fitted (see later comments)...

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Hoop and spike wall clock. Attributed to Quaker Clockmaker Richard Gilkes of Adderbury, Oxfordshire.

Hoop and spike wall clock. Attributed to Quaker Clockmaker Richard Gilkes of Adderbury, Oxfordshire. Circa 1740.

Though incomplete this is a very interesting and highly collectable Quaker made wall clock. Stock No:   14158 The thirty hour duration posted (Birdcage) movement with its original Anchor Recoil escapement, countwheel striking on an iron bell and iron posts and plates...

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Large english drop-dial fusee wall clock for sale by Grimshaw and Baxter of London

Large english drop-dial fusee wall clock for sale by Grimshaw and Baxter of London. In an oak case. Circa 1860.

A very large and industrial quality clock with an unusual dial. Stock No:   14136 The substantial eight day duration, chain fusee movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and a counter poising weight on the backplate for the minute hand...

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Rare and small hooded Trunk wall clock for sale,

English Weight driven trunk, hooded wall clock for sale. Small mahogany cased three day movement. Circa 1812.

A good, rare and extremely attractive 'Gentleman's' trunk timepiece with Alarum. Stock No:   14083 The three day duration, weight driven, gut barrels, four pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and Alarum train sounding on a bell (also eight day duration) with a shorter than seconds-beating pendulum...

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Small hooded wall clock by William Risbridger of Dorking.

18th century hooded wall clock for sale. Rope driven with a brass dial and lacquered case. William Risbridger of Dorking.

An exceptionally pretty and small hooded wall timepiece. Stock No:   14082 The eight day duration (dependent on height) posted timepiece 'Summer'(1) movement with original Anchor Recoil escapement and less than seconds beating pendulum. Still rope driven and having a brass cased lead weight...

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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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Early English dial clock with wooden dial for sale.

English fusee dial clock with a wooden dial for sale. Front plate numbered 4984, circa 1820.

A good, early fusee wall clock. Stock No:   14031 The eight day duration, gut fusee movement with long Anchor Recoil escapement, knopped pillars, shouldered plates and also a heavy pendulum bob. The frontplate is stamped with the number 4984. Behind a twelve inch diameter, one piece wooden dial with original, crazed, white background paint and Spade-and-cross matching brass hands...

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A rare and early black dial fusee wall clock for sale circa 1820.

A good and rare, transitional English drop-dial fusee wall clock with 14 inch black dial and mahogany case. Circa 1790.

An unusual line inlaid Drop-dial fusee timepiece. The eight day duration, four knopped pillar, gut fusee movement with arched plates and Anchor Recoil escapement. Stock No:   14004 Behind a 13 1/2" diameter black iron dial with broad, well executed gilt Roman numerals and minute ring with triangular hour divisions...

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French Comptoise or Morbier striking wall clock with calendar to the dial.

French 'Comptoise' weight driven eight day wall clock with brass surround and centre sweep calendar c1870.

A nice example of one of these French 'Clock Vendor' sold clocks. Stock No:   14007 The eight day duration, two train weight driven movement with Verge escapement and gravity, vertical rack and 'Vineyard' double striking on a large bell mounted on top of the covering box behind the dial arch. Wound by its original, steel crank key...

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