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Small (11" high) early 19th century single fusee library clock by William Gregory from Basingstoke, Hampshire. Rosewood veneered case with brass inlay, bun feet, gadrooned top and finial. Full opening arched glazed, locking front door protecting a 3.5" x 5.5" silvered and engraved dial, with fine blued spade hands. Line fusee timepiece movement. William Gregory was working in Winchester street Basingstoke from about 1817-67.

11" height 6.5" wide 5" deep

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Fusee bracket clock
Mid 19th century single fusee "5 glass" library clock of small proportions by John Creed Jennens and son from Great Sutton Street, London. 4" square silvered and engraved dial, with blued steel spade hands. Ebonised case with pad feet. Bevelled glazed side and top windows. Locking back door. Chain fusee anchor escapement movement with "London" regulating pendulum.

10" high

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fusee library clock
William the fourth, twin fusee bracket clock by Matthew Dutton, Fleet Street, London. Mahogany, ebony, and brass inlaid arch top case with cast brass fishscale frets to the sides. Locking brass bezel and rear door. 7" original white painted convex dial with roman numerals, and strike/silent above 12 o` clock position, signed Dutton, Fleet Street, London. (also marked on backplate) Original gilded brass moon hands. Thwaites and Reed movement, numbered 9400, dating clock to 1835, strikes the hours on a bell. With previous hour repeat cord.

7" dial 17" max. height, handle extended.

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fusee bracket clock
Late 19th century mantle clock by Lenzkirch. Eight day movement striking the hours and half hours on a gong. Movement numbered 954569 dating this clock to 1892. Walnut veneer case with cast brass decorative mounts. Enamel dial with blued steel hands.

14" height

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Mantle clock
Victorian eight day mantle clock by Lenzkirch. Numbered 758998 on the backplate, dating this clock to 1883. Mahogany case with brass mounts. Silvered and engraved dial with blued steel hands.

12" height

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Mantle Clock
Early 19th century eight day bell striking bracket clock by William Avenell from Farnham, Surrey. Mahogany case profusely decorated with brass inlay, and fishscale side frets. Convex 8" white painted dial, and blued steel hands. Locking front and back doors. Engraved back plate with makers name within a cartouche.

21" high to top of finial 13" wide 7" deep

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Bracket clock
Small, late 18th century, eight day, single pad top, twin fusee bracket clock, by Whitewick and Moss from London. Thwaites numbered 2074 movement, dating this clock to 1799. Full opening front door with lock and brass piping. Ebonised case with cast brass fishscale frets, carrying handle and ogee feet. Locking glazed rear door. 6" white painted dial with strike / silent facility. (movement strikes the hours on a bell)

14 1/2" to top of handle, 6" dial.

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English bracket clock
Edwardian balloon cased mantle clock, retailed by Mappin and Webb. Mahogany veneer case with fan inlay. 8 day lever platform escapement movement.

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8 day mantle clock
Mid Victorian 8 day, tortoiseshell and brass inlaid mantle clock, retailed by Thuret from Paris. Movement made by Richard, trademark and number 814 on backplate. Movement strikes the hours and half hours on a bell. Full length glazed locking front door. Sunburst pendulum, also numbered 814.

15" height 9" wide 5 1/2" deep.

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French, Boulle Mantle Clock
English bracket clock. Georgian single pad top mahogany cased 8 day bell striking bracket clock by Wilmshurst from Chichester. Movement by Thwaites and Reed numbered 3207 dating this clock to 1803. Strike/silent facility with pull repeat. ref. no. 0487

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