Fusee bracket clock














Fusee bracket clock
 
 
Description19th 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.   Dimensions4" square dial 9 1/4" height 6 1/2" wide 4 1/2" deep   DateCirca 1850  ConditionFully restored and guaranteed 
Price£3250.00   3642.93   $4288.70 
 
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