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Late Victorian 8 day fusee wall clock by Edward John Dent, 61, Strand, London. Numbered 59300 2 piece oak case, backbox and dial secured by 4 pegs. The backbox has a locking bottom door pendulum side access door. The original 10" painted dial, and blued steel hands are protected by a glazed cast brass bezel. The chain fusee rectangular plated movement is separated by brass pillars.

10" Dial.

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Mid 19th century 8 day fusee wall clock by Dent, 4, Royal Exchange, & 61, Strand, London, and numbered 48378. 2 piece mahogany case with back box secured to bezel by 4 pegs. Back box has locking bottom door and pendulum side access door. The 12" original white painted dial and blued steel hands are protected by a glazed, locking cast brass bezel. The rectangular plated chain fusee anchor escapement movement is separated by 4 pillars.

12" diameter dial

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Mid 19th century 8 day fusee wall clock by Charles Borelli and sons from Farnham, Surrey. Mahogany 2 piece, back box secured to bezel, dial and movement in the usual way with 4 pegs. Back box has locking bottom door with pendulum side access door. Dial is 12" diameter, original white painted with Roman numerals. The matching spade design hands are of blued steel. The square plated 8 day, chain fusee movement is separated by 4 cylindrical pillars. Borelli is listed as working circa 1835 through till the 20th century.

12"dial diameter

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Mahogany cased fusee wall clock by Stockall Marples and co., made for a government contract 12" original white painted dial marked with George V cipher. Blued steel spade design hands. Dial and hands protected by a cast brass glazed bezel. 2 piece case, secured by 4 pegs. The back box has locking bottom door and pendulum side access door. The rear of the back box is stamped with Stockall Marples logo, George V crown and dated 1933. Rectangular plated chain fusee movement

12" diameter dial

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Mid Victorian 8 day fusee wall clock by Burrows from Chelsea. 2 piece case, dial and back box secured by 4 pegs. Back box with locking bottom door and pendulum access side door. 12" original white painted dial, marked with Roman numerals, protected by glazed brass bezel. Blued steel spade hands. Rectangular plated line fusee movement.

12" dial

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Early Victorian 8" convex drop dial fusee wall clock by Joseph Barling, 90, High Street, Maidstone, Kent. Mahogany case, bezel with slim surround and back box with nicely figured mahogany veneered drop. 8" original white painted dial, with "Handley and Moore" style hands protected by locking cast brass convex glazed bezel. Line fusee movement plates with shaped shoulders and separated by knopped pillars. Barling was working at this address around 1840.

8" diameter dial.

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Late Victorian 8 day fusee wall clock by Charles Borelli and sons from Farnham, Surrey. Teak 2 piece case, with the back box secured to the surround by 4 pegs. The back box has locking bottom door and pendulum side access door. The 12" white painted dial and blued steel hands are protected by a glazed, locking cast brass bezel.

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Late Victorian 8 day mahogany cased fusee wall clock by Theedom from South Farnborough, Hampshire. Original painted dial with blued steel hands, protected by a glazed spun bezel. 2 piece case secured with 4 pegs. Locking bottom door, and pendulum locating side door.

12" dial

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Mahogany cased 10" dial chain fusee wall clock supplied to the London Brighton South Coast Railway in 1912 by John Jennings. Numbered 1088B this clock was allocated to the telegraph office at Lewes station. The 2 piece mahogany case has 1088B stamped onto the back of the backbox. The backbox has its original locking bottom door and pendulum access side door. The overpainted dial with John Walkers` name and red 24 hour numerals is completely original. The clock also retains its original blued steel hands and glazed cast brass bezel. The movement backplate is stamped JJ, for John Jennings. This is one of 30 clocks supplied to the LBSCR by Jennings.

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19th century 8 day fusee wall clock by Dent, Strand, London, and numbered 1670. 12" re painted dial (original dial pictures available) Mahogany 2 piece case, with locking bottom door and pendulum access side door. Locking cast brass and bevelled glazed door protecting dial. Blued steel spade hands. Line fusee movement.

12" dial

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20th century 8" dial wall clock with George 6th cipher. Mahogany case also stamped with cipher. Astral movement with platform escapement.

8" dial

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Early 19th century trunk dial fusee wall clock by Handley and Moore, Clerkenwell close, London. Mahogany 2 piece case with large curved locking bottom door and 2 side access doors. The case has a long trunk with early style of carved ears, and a single astrigal moulding. 12" silvered and engraved brass dial protected by locking glazed, cast brass concave bezel. Blued steel Handley and Moore style hands. 8 day single fusee movement numbered and marked 3416. Shaped shouldered movement plates separated by large knopped pillars. Front dial feet rivetted directly to front plate. Typical steel rod pendulum.

12" dial 23" total length

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