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Early 19th century mahogany cased fusee wall clock by Wright from London. 14" original painted wood dial marked with Roman numerals. Concave locking cast brass bezel, protecting the wood dial. Brass diamond pattern hands. "A" plate anchor escapement line fusee movement, separated by knopped pillars. Pegged back box with shaped top, flat bottom and pendulum access side and bottom doors.

14" dial

Price £3500    €3922.45    $4609.15

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Early 19th century twin fusee convex drop dial wall clock by Hatfield and Hall from Manchester. Mahogany two piece case. The mahogany veneered drop trunk with brass inlay, curved pendulum window and fan ears. The case radiused to the wall with large locking door. The back box top radiused to allow room for the hour striking bell. The original white painted 12" diameter convex dial marked with Roman numerals and blued steel moon style hands is protected by a locking cast brass glazed bezel. The slim mahogany surround secured to the back box by 4 pegs The 8 day line fusee movement strikes the hours on a bell. William Hatfield from Sheffield and John Hall were working at Various addresses in Manchester 1831-45.

12"convex dial 23" overall length

Price £4250    €4762.98    $5596.83

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Mid 19th century 8 day fusee trunk dial wall clock by Dutton from Fleet Street,London. Mahogany 2 piece case with bezel secured to back box by 4 pegs. Back box has locking bottom door and 2 pendulum side access doors. The top of the back box has a stencilled number painted on it. Inside the locking bottom door is a paper sticker marked VR with crown cypher. 12" diameter silvered and engraved dial marked with Roman numerals, Queen Victoria's royal cipher and crown, and dated 1855. The blued steel hands and dial are protected by a cast brass glazed bezel. The rectangular plated chain fusee movement separated by knopped pillars, is by Thwaites and Reed and numbered 12621. This number also dates the clock to 1855. The pendulum is the usual Dutton style steel rod and brass bob. The Houses of Parliament placed an initial contract on Dutton in 1851 to provide 20 clocks. A mix of Thwaites and Reed and other makers supplied the movements. The hands and engraving was carried out by John Hardiman. The cases were provided by John Webb. The contract was increased over time and more than 100 were made.

12" diameter dial

Price £5500    €6163.85    $7242.95

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Late Victorian 8 day fusee wall clock by John Walker, South Molton Street, London made for British rail southern region and marked 1198S.E. Oak 2 piece case, with back box and bezel secured with 4 pegs. Back box has locking bottom door and pendulum side access door. 12" white painted dial marked with Roman numerals. Blued steel spade design hands. Dial and hands protected by a cast brass glazed bezel. Line fusee movement with rectangular plates.

12" dial diameter

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Victorian 8 day fusee wall clock by Charles Medlock, 29, New Street, Dorset Square, London. Mahogany 2 piece case, back box secured to bezel with 4 pegs. Back box has locking bottom door and pendulum access side door. 12" original white painted dial marked with Roman numerals. Blued steel spade design hands. Hands and dial protected by a cast brass locking glazed bezel. Charles Medlock was working in Dorset Square 1869-81

12" dial diameter

Price £1200    €1344.84    $1580.28

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Early 19th century twin fusee balloon clock by Dwerrihouse and Carter, Davies street, Berkeley square, London. 8 day twin fusee movement striking the hours on a bell, with strike / silent facility. 6" diameter white porcelain dial with Arabic numerals and blued steel hands protected by a cast brass locking glazed bezel. Harewood, kingwood and mahogany veneer case with delicate line inlay. Dwerrihouse and Carter are listed as working in Davies street 1802-1823.

6" diameter dial 15" height

Price £6500    €7284.55    $8559.85

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Unusual mid 19th century eight day fusee wall clock with alarm, by Thomas Pursall from Birmingham. 2 piece trunk dial case with chisel bottom. Locking bottom door and 2 side doors, one full length for winding the alarm. Cast brass glazed bezel protecting the original 12" diameter white painted dial. Blued steel hands with alarm disc in the centre. 8 day chain fusee movement, with verge alarm system striking on a bell. Pursall was working in Birmingham 1854-1868.

12" diameter dial 21" total length

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Early 19th century lancet cased single fusee bracket clock by Peter Vigne and Benjamin Lautier from Bath. Mahogany veneer case with brass mounts and unusual raised brass inlay. 4" convex porcelain dial protected by a locking cast brass glazed bezel. Fine quality small single fusee movement by Thwaites and numbered 4010, dating it to 1807. The engraved and shaped shouldered backplate marked Vigne and Lautier. Look closely at the name Lautier on the dial, it has been mistakenly marked "Lawtier" which has been scratched to try to remove it!

4" dial 10.5" height 6.5" wide 5" deep

Price £3450    €3866.42    $4543.31

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Fusee bracket clock
19th century ebonised case single fusee library clock by George Philcox, Southwark Square, London. The 4" square silvered and engraved dial is marked Philcox patent no. 107. The moon hands are blued steel. The ebonised "5 glass" case has locking front and back doors. The chain fusee movement has maintaining power and still retains its original lever platform escapement. George Philcox worked in Southwark Square 1839-1878, he is recorded as dying in the Watchmakers asylum, New Southgate. He registered several patents regarding the improvement of timekeeping via escapements and compensation.

4" square dial 9 1/4" height 6 1/2" wide 4 1/2" deep

Price £3250    €3642.28    $4279.93

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Mid 19th century mahogany cased 8" trunk dial fusee wall clock by William Payne, 163, New Bond Street, London. 2 piece case the bezel and surround secured to the back box by 2 pegs. The mahogany veneered back box has locking bottom door and pendulum side access door. The original white painted dial and blued steel hands are protected by a locking cast brass glazed bezel. The numbered (6556) rectangular plated line fusee movement is separated by cushion shaped pillars. Payne was working at 163, New Bond Street, 1830 to 1850.

8" dial

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Early 19th century 8 day 12" convex dial fusee wall clock by Richard Webster from London. Mahogany 2 piece case, bezel and dial secured by 4 pegs. The trunk with radiused base to the wall has "restrained" ears, a single ebony and boxwood horizontal line, locking bottom door, and pendulum side access door. The original white painted convex dial has early fixing method of 4 threaded rods passing through the solid mahogany bezel, and secured with brass nuts. The dial is protected by the original convex glazed bezel. The tapering blued steel hands are also original. The line fusee movement has rectangular shouldered plates separated by knopped pillars.

12" convex dial

Price £2750    €3081.93    $3621.48

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Fusee wall clock
Mahogany cased fusee wall clock supplied by Stockall Marples & co., for a government contract. Original white painted dial marked with George V crown cipher, protected by a glazed cast brass bezel. The back box with locking bottom door and pendulum side access door interestingly stamped with the marks S M & co., 1935, and E R V111 for Edward the eighth. The movement backplate marked with George V crown and date 1935. The chain fusee movement is of 8 day duration.

Price £1500    €1681.05    $1975.35

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