Joseph Fanelli, A Century of Fine Carriage Clocks, New York, 1987, pp. 112-113
Charles Allix & Peter Bonnert, Carriage Clocks, Their History and Development, Woodbridge, 1974, p.204, pl.VIII/14
Derek Roberts, Carriage and Other Travelling Clocks, Pennsylvania, p.223, fig.13-28
A carriage clock of closely related design by Boseet was sold Christie's London, Important Clocks, 1 July 2005, lot 36; another was sold Antiquorum Geneva, L'Art de L'Horlogerie en France de XVIe au XXe Siècle, 14 November 1993, lot 235.
Also recorded as Victorien Bousset, Boseet received a bronze medal at the Paris exhibition of 1878. The Révue Chronometrique of June 1880 especially mentions him as an important Morez maker of very good carriage clocks, especially complicated ones (see Allix and Bonnert p.433). The postioning of the cadrature on the back plate is a typical Morez feature.