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Junghans Bracket Clock
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Junghans Bracket Clock
Bracket Clock
Bracket Clock
Small Bracket Clock
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Small Bracket Clock
Antique Bracket Clock
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Antique Bracket Clock
Stunning small bracket Clock
Stunning small bracket Clock
Clock to Prime Minister Mercier of the Province of Quebec, 1890
Clock to Prime Minister Mercier of the Province of Quebec, 1890
Plaque on clock reads "TO HONORABLE HONORE MERCIER PRIME MINISTER OF THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC ON HIS 50TH BIRTHDAY - 15TH OCTOBER 1890"
Gothic like Bracket Clock
Gothic like Bracket Clock
Tiger oak gothic case Bracket Clock. The painted metal dial is signed by the maker "Lister & Son". Newcastle upon Tyne". The clock is a triple fusee which plays 8 bells on the quarter hour and strikes the hours on a large gong.
Unusual French Granddaughter clock (FtM3)
Unusual French Granddaughter clock (FtM3)
An unusual French patinated brass mounted striking bracket clock (granddaughter clock)in beautiful condition (case) and perfect working order.
Edwardian Mahogany Inlaid clock (1135)
Edwardian Mahogany Inlaid clock (1135)
A beautiful Edwardian mahogany and boxwood - line inlaid lancet top mantel clock. The frieze inlaid with an oval marquetry paterae on moulded rectagular base. Has 2 subsidiary dials: chime/silent and slow/fast. It still retains its original brass engraved dial with Arabic numerals and black spade hands. The suburb German movement keeps excellent time.
Small oak/brass bracket clock (1008)
Small oak/brass bracket clock (1008)
German Bracket Clock (1178)
German Bracket Clock (1178)
Bracket Clock for Tiffany's New York (1249)
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Bracket Clock for Tiffany's New York (1249)
The movement and dial of this clock were made by Tiffany & Co.'s clock departmen, which completed them on july 28, 1894, at a manufacturing cost of $ 150. The clock has a massive English time, strike and chime movement. The movement has 4 hammers striking on 4 colied anvils and the hour strikes on 1 anvil. Mahogany case with brass trimming, fluted columns, fancy capitols and a solid brass dial with silver chapterring. Heavy brass door with extra thick beveled glass, brass hinges and door lock.
Library Clock
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Library Clock
This Clock was made by John Bennett from Cheapside London. The clock has a silvered dial and 8 silver bells.
French 2-piece bracket clock (1283)
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French 2-piece bracket clock (1283)
J. Gudin Jacques Jerome Gudin, master 1750, Quai des Orfevres 1769-1784) a Paris signed French ormolu mounted Vernis Martin striking Bracket Clock of Louis XV style, 19th C. Decorated overall with floral Sprays and garlands on a green ground, the glazed white enamel dial and twin-barrel movement within a wasted case with pierced foliate mounts and surmounted by a foliate and rock work finial. The movement with rectangular plates joined by plain pillars, twin barrels, anchor escapement, countwheel strike on bell, with repeat signature to back plate, on confirming scroll feet, the bracket confirmingly mounted and decorated. Height: 39 1/4 inch. (100 cm)
J.E. Caldwell & Co Clock
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J.E. Caldwell & Co Clock
Beautiful dark fruitwood case bracket Clock with locking front and back doors with break arch inserts, made in England for J.E. Caldwell & Co, Philadelphia. Eight Bells, five gong, two chimes: Westminster. James Emott Caldwell was a watchmaker from Poughkeepsie, NY. Set up by J.E. Caldwell in 1836, he started selling watches and clocks. In 1839 the business moved premises to 163 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, PA and the company name was then Bennett & Caldwell. In 1844, the company moved again and changed it's name to James E. Caldwell & Co. The company were associated with selling the highest quality clock and watch movements from which they sourced from several companies including J.J. Elliot of London, Winterhalder & Hofmeier etc.
German Winterhalder & Hoffmeier Bracket Clock (1087)
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German Winterhalder & Hoffmeier Bracket Clock (1087)
Winterhalder and Hoffmeier are one of the most famous German Victorian Clockmakers. The firm was started by Anton Winterhalder in Schwartzenbach, Germany in 1810, taking Anton Hoffmeier into partnership in 1850, with the business finally closing on the death of Winterhalder's last son Linus in 1910.
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