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D458. Brighton Pavilion skeleton clock
D 458.BRIGHTON PAVILION SKELETON CLOCK. Circa 1860. The design of this skeleton clock, attributed to Smiths of Clerkenwell, is based on the Brig...
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D456. Balance wheel skeleton clock made by James Condliff
D456. Balance wheel skeleton clock made by James Condliff and retailed by Roskell & Son. This fascinating and relatively early skeleton clock be...
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Striking fusee Lichfield Skeleton Clock
A mid 19th century twin chain fusee gong-striking skeleton clock, on a stepped base mounted on an ebonised base under a glass dome. The maker is...
Carlton Clocks Ltd.
Transistorised ATO clock, dated c. 1953-54
A pioneering development in electric clocks, ATO developed the transistorised clock in the early 1950s, of which this is a very fine example. Not o...
Carlton Clocks Ltd.
Portico Skeleton Clock of long duration, dated c.1850
An architectural skeleton clock under a glass dome with two train movement of three week duration striking on a bell, by Silvani of Paris, dated c....
Carlton Clocks Ltd.
English fusee skeleton clock signed H Wehrle & Co 82 High St, Whitechapel.
Eight-day fusee movement with semi-deadbeat escapement. The escape wheel, the small wheel at the end and top of the train, is particularly fine and...
Neill Robinson Blaxill F.B.H.I.
Skeleton Clock with Coup Perdu escapement
Part of a limited edition of 100 pieces, this fine skeleton clock by Thwaites and Reed,the design of which was inspired by the work of John Dwerrih...
Carlton Clocks Ltd.
A Fine Striking Skeleton Clock
A beautifully made Victorian brass skeleton clock with an eight-day duration, double fusee movement striking the hours on a gong, with pull repeat....
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D421 A relatively early Ivy leaf skeleton clock with original wood and marble ba...
D421. An early single train chain fusee skeleton clock which would date from the mid 19th century. A clock with a very similar ivy leaf frame is to...
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